Supply Chain News on Part Shortages and Strong Demand Stretching Lead Times for New Trucks to Longest Since 2006

Supply Chain Digest

In an Interesting Twists, Carriers Order New Trucks to Attract or Keep Drivers

This Week in Logistics News (February 17-21, 2014)

Talking Logistics

The 2006 SAFE Port Act required the Secretary of the Treasury to oversee an interagency initiative to establish a “single portal system,” to be known as the “International Trade Data System.” Global Trade Global Trade Management Regulations Sustainability This Week in News 2006 SAFE Port Act Ben Cubitt C.H. I went downhill skiing for the first time in 15 years yesterday. A lot has changed since then, especially the lift ticket prices.

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Green Supply Chain News on Dozens of Shippers, 3PLs and Carriers Win SmartWay Excellence Awards for 2014. Who Made the List

Supply Chain Digest

Lowes Leads Way by Receiving Its Sixth Award Since 2006

Student Profile: Sue Andres-Brown ('14) - UCLA Anderson School of.

The UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog

She spent six years teaching high school English in southeast Los Angeles, including her 2006 stint as a Teach For America corps member. UCLA Anderson School of Management Blog. Archives. July 2014. June 2014. May 2014. April 2014. March 2014. February 2014. January 2014. December 2013. November 2013. October 2013. Blogroll. Wall Street Journal. UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate. UCLA Anderson Speaker Series. UCLA Anderson Homepage. UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog.

Supply Chain Management:Has Best of Breed WMS Won the Race?

Infosys Supply Chain Management

In 2006 the analyst community predicted that gap between the Best of Breed (BOB) WMS and ERP WMS has narrowed significantly and it was just matter of time before the ERP vendors caught up with the BOB vendors (1). About Us. Contact Us. Newsroom Investors Careers. Infosys Labs. Industries. Industries. Aerospace and Defense. Airlines. Automotive. Communication Services. Consumer Packaged Goods. Education. Energy. Financial Services. Healthcare. High-Tech. Hospitality and Leisure.

I Want My CSCP!

APICS

Director of Professional Development in late 2006. I earned my CFPIM (“Certified Fellow”), was Certified in Integrated Resource Management (CIRM) in 1998 and earned my Certified in Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) during the first exam in early 2006. I often get asked about APICS Certifications – an occupational hazard when working for APICS - and I’m always glad to talk about them.

I Want My CSCP!

APICS

Director of Professional Development in late 2006. I earned my CFPIM (“Certified Fellow”), was Certified in Integrated Resource Management (CIRM) in 1998 and earned my Certified in Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) during the first exam in early 2006. I often get asked about APICS Certifications – an occupational hazard when working for APICS - and I’m always glad to talk about them.

Paris 2021 – EN – Taid Qazi

ivalua

Taid (41) graduated in 2006 with a M.Sc. Taid Qazi CPO. in “International Marketing and Management” from Copenhagen Business School. He has 13 years of sourcing/procurement experience within the financial industry. Taid spent the last 3 years as Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) in Danske Bank, headquartered in Copenhagen (Denmark). In addition to his CPO role, Taid was recently appointed to also head Danske Bank’s Group Real Estate and Facility Management.

Lean Thinking Revisited

Operations and Supply Chain Management

One landmark in the lean revolution for retailers was Walmart ’s decision in 2006 to thin out inventory by $6.5 The supply chains for consumer goods in the U.S. remain under strain months after pandemic lockdowns triggered a range of sudden and surprising shortages.

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RoHS exemptions may expire in July

Loftware

Adopted in 2003, the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive has prohibited the use of six different hazardous substances in electronics manufacturing since it took effect in Europe in 2006.

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Lost train found in Egyptian desert after eight years

Logistics Middle East

The train disappeared in 2006 due to 150km of stolen train track

RFID in the Supply Chain: Fizzling Technology or the Future of Effective SCM?

Cerasis

In 2003, Walmart announced that all of its suppliers would need to have Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on all pallets and cases by 2006. Wal-Mart CIO Linda Dillman oversaw the implementation of the retailer’s first electronic product code (EPC) compliance program in 2003, and by the end of 2006, Wal-Mart had deployed RFID chips on pallets for its top 100 vendors and suppliers.

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A Brief History of WMS in the Supply Chain

Cerasis

The 2000s to 2006: Warehouses Become More Advanced, Relying on Evolving Technology to Meet Increased Demand and Avoid Overstocking. 2006 – Present: Cloud-Computing Overhauls Traditional Warehouse Management Further, Continuing the Process Through the Internet of Things (IoT). The development and history of warehouse management systems (WMSs) have had a profound impact on how the supply chain functions.

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Supply Chain Management: A Content Analysis

SCM Research

2011): Supply chain management: A multidisciplinary content analysis of vertical relations between companies, 1997–2006. I just read an article by Vallet-Bellmunt et al. It gives a good overview of SCM research published in journals related to marketing, logistics, management, and marketing channels.

Deductive, Inductive and Abductive Research in SCM

SCM Research

Spens & Kovács (2006) present an overview of the deductive, inductive and abductive research processes. 2006). Like it or not: Our discipline is very much dominated by positivism and the application of the scientific method , which assumes that new knowledge can be created by developing and testing theory or, in other words, by induction or deduction. Another type of inference is abduction.

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Deductive, Inductive and Abductive Research in SCM

SCM Research

Spens & Kovács (2006) present an overview of the deductive, inductive and abductive research processes. 2006). Like it or not: Our discipline is very much dominated by positivism and the application of the scientific method , which assumes that new knowledge can be created by developing and testing theory or, in other words, by induction or deduction. Another type of inference is abduction.

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Citation of Excellence Awards 2012

SCM Research

2006): A cultural perspective of relationship orientation: Using organizational culture to support a supply relationship orientation , Craighead et al. The annual Citation of Excellence Awards recognize “the 50 most outstanding articles published by the top 300 management journals in the world” Emerald Group Publishing Limited has now announced the winners of the 2012 Awards. All awarded articles are obviously well worth reading.

What the 2020 Nobel Prize Means for SCM

SCM Research

Let us not forget the important work on auctions that has already been conducted in our discipline, for example by Wagner & Schwab (2004) , Hartley and her coauthors (2006) and Carter & Kaufmann (2007) , to name just a few.

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Boohoo admits supply chain failings

EFT

Shares in the company which went from a family start-up in 2006 to a public company with sales topping $1bn in 2019, had almost halved following the allegations.

This Week in Logistics News

Logistics Viewpoints

Work on the project started on March 21, 2006 with the very first tweet sent by Jack Dorsey. Today marks the 10 year anniversary of Twitter’s full public launch. However, the full public version was not released until four months later. Today, Twitter is a little bit popular, with over 310 million active Twitter users. We here at Logistics Viewpoints actively use Twitter to let our audience know about our latest research, interesting articles we’ve […]. This Week in News

S&OP – 13 Years On, What Have We Learned and What Has Changed?

AIMMS

In December 2006, I published an article titled “ S&OP or just good supply chain planning ?” The article looked at what Sales and Operations Planning is, what it isn’t, and whether companies were on the right path to implementing it. I wondered: is S& OP just too hard to implement ? C ould the majority of the benefit s be achieved by first focusing on establishing good supply chain pl anning ?

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Understanding Commerce Ecosystem: Not All Integrations Created Equal

TradeGecko

Jason Feinberg’s FCTRY started in 2006 as a simple way for an artist to showcase his work. It was a side project until he sculpted a little someone you may have heard of: President Barack Obama. Suddenly, his products were flying off the shelves. ecommerce integrations

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Understanding Commerce Ecosystem: Not All Integrations Created Equal

TradeGecko

Jason Feinberg’s FCTRY started in 2006 as a simple way for an artist to showcase his work. It was a side project until he sculpted a little someone you may have heard of: President Barack Obama. Suddenly, his products were flying off the shelves. multichannel integrations 2-way sync ecommerce integration TradeGecko integration ecommerce integrations commerce ecosystem 1-way sync ecommerce integration ecommerce API

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Early ‘Internet of Things’ Pilots Proved Supply Chain Benefits of RFID Pallets

Supply Chain Network

Two early pilots were facilitated by Supply Chain Network and carried out in 2003 and 2006 with both representing successful demonstrations of the potential supply chain benefits available through end to end ‘Internet of Things’ supply chain implementations.

Ten years of transformation

Supply Chain Movement

In January 2010, after my buy-out of Supply Chain Magazine (which had been around since 2006), I was faced with putting together the next edition myself. During conferences or interviews, chief executives can regularly be heard to say that their company is currently undergoing a digital transformation. But what kind of transformation do they actually mean? Are they talking about an operational transformation – about ‘digitizing’ existing, paper-based processes?

A Surprising Career Journey

JDA software

Until 2006, when we did the acquisition of Manugistics, I was JDA’s one-person global mobility team and kept that part of my role up until then. I became the recruiting team until 2006. Anna Cruz, vice president, Human Resources, has been with JDA for more than 20 years. She shares her journey from humble beginnings, working her way through college, and the surprises she encountered along the way.

Conducting and Presenting Grounded Theory Research

SCM Research

First, Suddaby (2006) , offers “a reasonable assessment of common errors researchers make in conducting and presenting grounded theory research”. Qualitative research can be conducted to build theory from field data. The Discovery of Grounded Theory by Glaser and Strauss (1967) remains the fundamental handbook of this approach.

The Relational View in SCM Research

SCM Research

The relational view has later been extended by Lavie (2006). Published in 1998, The relational view: Cooperative strategy and sources of interorganizational competitive advantage by Dyer and Singh remains one of the most influential business papers. Ten years later, the authors discussed their paper in an interview with ScienceWatch.com.

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Measuring Up?

Supply Chain Shaman

In Figure 2, we share the average results by industry peer group for each metric and contrast the average value of 2006 to 2015. For example, the average operating margin for apparel companies for the period of 2006-2015 was 12%; but when the 2015 is compared to 2006, the average operating margin has declined by five percent. 2006 was the last full year before the recession, and 2015 is the most recent year reported.

CG Consus

ivalua

Established in 2006 and privately held, Consus is a global procurement solutions integrator and services provider. [link]. With offices across Malaysia, Philippines, India, Singapore, London, USA and Canada, Consus collaborates with customers to implement source to pay (S2P) solutions and services required for rapid adoption, and realize the return on investment envisaged from such procurement initiatives.

7 Best Supply Chain Books of All Time

Supply Chain Opz

2006). In this article, we rank books based on their influence, popularity, recency and practicality and then we come up with the list of the best supply chain books. Finding Best Supply Chain Books We've found that most recommendations for on the web are based on just personal opinion. In the publishing industry, Nielsen BookScan is the most widely used database for a book ranking method.

Why Having a Green Supply Chain Has Become a Necessity

Kinaxis

DHL has also made efforts toward a green supply chain with the implementation of an aerodynamic trailer, first deployed way back in 2006. by Alexa Cheater In honor of Earth Day I thought I’d take the opportunity to outline in my humble opinion why having a green supply chain is no longer a nice-to-have – it’s a necessity. Gone are the days when consumers would look the other way while companies rode roughshod over the environment in pursuit of a more profitable supply chain.

Don Ralph of Staples Awarded Salzberg Medallion for SCM

Supply Chain Network

Staples has focused on many fuel efficiency initiatives within its delivery fleet since 2006. A speed reduction program has saved over five million gallons of fuel and 35,000 tons of CO2 since 2006. Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management has awarded Don Ralph, Senior Vice-President of Supply Chain & Logistics at Staples, with the prestigious Salzberg Medallion. Don is being honored for his outstanding contributions in the field of supply chain management.

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7 Tips to Collect Your Freight Brokerage, Manufacturing, & Supply Chain Accounts Receivables

Cerasis

Author information Eric Halsey Eric Halsey is a historian by training and disposition who’s been interested in US small businesses since working at the House Committee on Small Business in 2006. Freight brokers , manufacturers, and those in the supply chain know as well as anyone that problems with accounts receivable can lead to anything from simple annoyance to a serious business-killing disaster.

And I thought last year’s Top 25 Supply Chain was a surprise

Kinaxis

by CJ Wehlage On the bus ride back to the McDowell Marriott after the 2016 Gartner Top 25 Supply Chain event, I plugged my ear phones into my cell and listened to some Pearl Jam. Their classic hit, Last Kiss, the song summed up my thoughts about the 2016 rankings. So, the supply chain version of Last Kiss would go something like this…. “Oh Oh where, oh where, can my supply chain be? The trends took her away from me. She’s gone peripheral, so I’ve got to think Core.