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This Week in Logistics News (September 7-11, 2015)

Talking Logistics

Where were you on September 11, 2001 when the planes hit the towers? Remembering 9/11 seems more important to me, even if it doesn’t directly relate to supply chain and logistics. Every single link in that chain must be made more secure against the terrorist threat.”.

Remembering 9/11

Talking Logistics

Where were you on September 11, 2001 when the planes hit the towers? Remembering 9/11 seems more important to me, even if it doesn’t directly relate to supply chain and logistics. Every single link in that chain must be made more secure against the terrorist threat.”.

E-commerce and the Digital Path to Purchase

Enterra Insights

The staff at Logistics Management notes, “E-commerce has changed the way the logistics and supply chain game is played. The world of digital commerce has introduced more risk and complexity than logistics and supply chain professionals have ever faced. was the first web browser including an SSL security protocol. It was released in 1994 and enabled secure payments. By every big-picture metric, social media and ecommerce should be a match made in heaven.

How to Protect Your Carrier Assets During Capacity Crunch

Talking Logistics

Rather, it’s about winning the ongoing competition between shippers and third party logistics (3PLs) providers to secure those assets in order to maintain supply chain velocity. As capacity tightens in most markets due to the ebb and flow of economic conditions, logistics departments must have the right tools to pick up new capacity and avoid losing existing carriers to competitors. Integrate Logistics and S&OP Functions.