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FreightWaves Classics: U.S. military logistics help make it the world’s best

The Supply Chain Journal

The history of military logistics in the modern world does not go back very far. In “Spearhead of Logistics” authors Benjamin King, Richard C. Coast Guard, logistics are critical for the men and women of these service branches to accomplish their myriad missions. Introduction.

Cutting Out the Middleman with Mike Nervick

The Logistics of Logistics

Mike is the CEO of Sleek Technologies which is impacting the transportation industry by providing smart solutions that simplify logistics. In 2003, Mike founded his own successful freight brokerage, Advantage Freight Network (AFN), growing it to over $170M.

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Seasoned Leadership in Action™ – An Interview with Raymon Krishnan!

Supply Chain Game Changer

This interview is with Raymon Krishnan, President of The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Society. I then went on to work as a ‘shipper’, for a swiss confectionary manufacturer and then a global IT distributor. He also holds a degree in Logistics from the. Subscribe Here!

Supplier Risk Management Considerations for the Coronavirus Outbreak

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This will impact manufacturers and retailers who rely on these products and labor, the logistics haulers expecting to transport the material, and ultimately the end consumers. .

The worst Supply Chain practices must be confessed and not only by constraint

KEPLER Consulting

The failure to review the distribution plan in the light of logistical and commercial constaints in the stores leads to the blind disposal of warehouse stocks. One of the most common bottlenecks in supply chain management and burdensome processes (purchasing, procurement, preparation, etc.)

Why Is It So Hard to Find Good Help These Days?

Material Handling and Logistics

The latest smart manufacturing concept that we developed and demonstrated is the robot-on-a-cart concept for autonomous assembly or conveyer tending. As manufacturers continue to expand the various applications these systems can handle, we’ll see more firms designing lights-out facilities. . We’ll be watching this technology closely as drone manufacturers add capabilities necessary for various warehouse applications.

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