The events of the past year have many companies looking for innovative ways to improve supply chain operations, and 47% of them define "innovation" as digital transformation, according to the fourth annual "State of Supply ...
President Biden last month tasked the federal government with conducting a 100-day risk assessment of semiconductor, high-capacity battery, strategic materials and pharmaceutical supply chains. A year-long review of supply chains of agricultural commodities, food products ...
Hear that? That creaking sound? That might be your supply chain showing its age.
Eyes wide open, everyone! 2021 is shaping up to be the year of supply chain visibility.
Pandemic-related disruption put the supply chain on the radar of both business executives and consumers in 2020. Environmental concerns are likely to keep it on the radar long after COVID-19 has been controlled.
If your car won't start during during the blast of cold weather currently pounding much of the country, it might be time for a new battery. Your old one will be recycled as part of ...
Supply chain professionals are overwhelmingly interested in making their supply chains more "agile" (we know because 89% said so in a recent survey) and "resilient" (87%) in the next two years.
What are some of your organization's supply chain pain points? How far along is your company in digitizing its operations to better deal with challenges? Has the pandemic had an impact on those efforts?
In the rush to keep products moving quickly and accurately across the supply chain, sustainability might be getting lost in the hurried conversations about revisiting best practices to increase efficiency.
Consumers are demanding businesses go green, which has pushed many industries to adopt more sustainable practices and operations. This has certainly been the case within the supply chain.