9 Supply Chain Planning Software Capabilities to Consider for 2022

River Logic

When evaluating supply chain planning software capabilities, it's instructive to understand what we mean by supply chain planning.

Strategic Supply Chain Planning in 2022: 10 Areas to Focus

River Logic

A key issue is the need to determine the optimal supply chain strategy for the organization over a 3-to-15-year period considering factors like: Supply Chain Network Design Supply Chain Planning Strategic Planning Strategic supply chain planning

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Delayed again: Tesla puts off electric Class 8 Semi production until 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

Traditional truck makers Peterbilt, Kenworth, Volvo Trucks North America and the Freightliner brand of Daimler Trucks North America are taking orders for delivery in 2022. Tesla Inc.

Top U.S. Maritime Regulator Sees Shipping Snarls Lasting to 2022

Supply Chain Brain

maritime regulator said stretched global supply chains pushing ocean-freight rates to record highs may stay strained into 2022, raising concerns about whether small American companies can weather another year of a tangled transport system and much higher costs The top U.S.

Walmart 2022 Fiscal Calendar

Get access to the 2021-22 Walmart Fiscal Calendar ?? This calendar is ink-friendly and printable on standard 8.5” x 11” paper. Some key highlights: - OTIF dates - Walmart weeks - U.S. holidays - SQEP phases Start planning your fiscal year, right!

The 10 inventory management trends to watch for in 2022

Unleashed

With that in mind, here’s our pick of the 10 most important inventory management trends for 2022. 10 inventory management for 2022: 1. But as the world moves on and we launch into 2022, the IDC expects investment in IoT to not only increase again (from 8.2%

Rail equipment market poised for growth in 2022, consultants predict

The Supply Chain Journal

Demand for rail equipment and railcars is likely to grow in 2022 and 2023 as customers become more confident about economic recovery in North America, according to rail experts with consulting firm FTR Transportation Intelligence.

FreightWaves LIVE recap: Obstacles facing ocean shipping to last into 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

This will go into 2022. This fireside chat recap is from Day 1 of FreightWaves LIVE @HOME. FIRESIDE CHAT TOPIC: Navigating uncharted territory in the transportation industry. DETAILS: A discussion on delays in ocean freight shipments and how to best manage the challenges.

BMJ Report: Ensuring people DON’T have to wait until 2022 for a vaccine

IT Supply Chain

The post BMJ Report: Ensuring people DON’T have to wait until 2022 for a vaccine appeared first on IT Supply Chain. By Madhav Durbha (pictured). Group VP, LLamasoft, a Coupa company.

EU due diligence laws for cocoa expected in 2022

ChainPoint

The European Union is considering creating regulations for the cocoa industry, where importing companies need to exercise due diligence regarding their supply chains. cocoa due diligence chocolate

FMCSA priorities outlined in Biden’s 2022 budget

The Supply Chain Journal

The approximately $88 billion requested for the Department of Transportation in 2022 is essentially unchanged from the 2021 enacted funding level.

How does Congress want to make trucking safe in 2022?

The Supply Chain Journal

In the case of the fiscal year 2022 budget for the Department of Transportation, the House Appropriations Committee recently provided its list of recommendations that it wants DOT to tackle next year.

Port Chief Sees U.S. Import Surge ‘Easily’ Lasting Into 2022

Supply Chain Brain

Congestion from an influx of goods continues to overwhelm port terminals, exhaust warehouse space and strain transportation connections like trucks and rail depots

No relief: Global container shortage likely to last until 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

importers and exporters: Equipment lessors see smooth sailing ahead, likely into 2022. The world simply does not have enough containers to handle cargo demand. It’s a conundrum that has persisted for so long that the mainstream press is finally covering it.

Hellman Logistics to offer pan-European drone delivery in 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

Hellman Worldwide Logistics said Wednesday it is partnering with Dronamics to develop and commercialize a cross-border drone delivery network for transporting time-critical goods, with commercial unmanned cargo drones flying the first routes as early as next year.

No relief: Global container shortage likely to last until 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

importers and exporters: Equipment lessors see smooth sailing ahead, likely into 2022. The world simply does not have enough containers to handle cargo demand. It’s a conundrum that has persisted for so long that the mainstream press is finally covering it.

Supply Chain News on Boston Dynamics Says Logistics Key Target for Its Robots, Product to be Available in 2022

Supply Chain Digest

New Versions Coming for Its Handle and Pick Robots

Global Supply Chain News on Longshoremen Continue to Thwart Automation at Port of Los Angeles, Despite OK in Contract

Supply Chain Digest

Does Dispute Foreshadow Contract Troubles in 2022

The Top Supply Chain Blogs in 2021

River Logic

in 2022. After a long year of hardship and loss, the world economy seems set to rebound. There's hope that COVID-19 will be vanquished through mass vaccination campaigns. Economic activity is set to return to some semblance of normality. The IMF anticipates that world GDP will grow by 5.5%

Dubai's Al Maktoum expansion 'completed by Q1 2022'

Logistics Middle East

Khalifa Al Zaffin, executive chairman, Dubai Aviation City Corporation, said the expansion will increase the airport's annual passenger capacity from five million to 130 million

Global Supply Chain News on Will Boom Times Continue for Ocean Container Carriers

Supply Chain Digest

Up Cycle and High Rates to Continue through 2022, Drewry Predicts

Calm before the storm: Muted June trailer orders conceal coming boom

The Supply Chain Journal

Muted orders for new trailers in June are hiding a coming boom in bookings when manufacturers open their order books for 2022. Existing dry and refrigerated van orders awaiting production stretch intothe first and second quarters of 2022.

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Uber Freight to Buy 3PL Transplace for 2.25 Billion Dollars

Supply Chain Digest

Deal will Allow Company to Reach Profitability by 2022

Supply Chain by the Numbers for Dec. 10, 2020

Supply Chain Digest

US Restaurants Closing in Record Numbers, Retailers Pushing Up Christmas Order Deadlines, Chinese Exports to US Soar Despite Tariffs, MODEX 2022 Trade Show Almost Sells Out in One Day

New Class 8 truck orders take a June vacation but still robust

The Supply Chain Journal

FTR expects a surge of orders when manufacturers start booking orders for 2022 as soon as this month. Fleets grabbed the remaining built slots for 2021 and there are indications that some early orders for 2022 were added to the mix.

UAVs to Become an Integral Part of SF Express’ Nationwide Delivery Network by 2022

Logistics Trends and Insights

Drones are finally becoming an accepted part of last-mile deliveries in the U.S. However U.S. tests and trials seem to pale in comparison with what is occurring in China. Over a year ago, in 2018, SF Express subsidiary Fengyu Shuntu Technology received the first official permit in China to deliver packages via unmanned aerial vehicles in Eastern China. Today, SF Express is in the midst of a transformation that includes drones and more.

Port Houston awards $99M for expansion projects

The Supply Chain Journal

The project, which also includes utility and road upgrades, is scheduled to be completed in 2022. It is scheduled to be completed in 2022. McCarthy Construction Cos.

Trailer builders get respite in May as orders edge back toward normalcy

The Supply Chain Journal

The market is in a strange place right now in that the bucket for 2021 orders is almost full, but the bucket in 2022 is essentially empty,” said Don Ake, FTR Transportation Intelligence vice president of commercial vehicles. “We

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Manifest Opens Registration for January Event in Las Vegas

Supply Chain Brain

Registration is officially open for Manifest, scheduled to take place January 25 – 27, 2022, at the Paris Las Vegas

April trailer orders slide but blow away near-zero builds a year ago

The Supply Chain Journal

Still, he said, Great Dane may open its 2022 order books in 30 to 60 days. “We We really need to see stability in supply capacity and the commodity markets before we venture too far into 2022,” Kenney said.

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Looking at the shipping side of things — Transmission

The Supply Chain Journal

Grant, the station manager for AIT Detroit, joins hosts Sebastian Blanco and Grace Sharkey on this episode of Transmission to talk about global challenges in the automotive industry, including how the chip shortage could affect the changeover from the 2021 to 2022 model years.

Containers are being built at a record pace. It’s still not enough

The Supply Chain Journal

Congestion to persist into 2022? But what I hear is that it’s not likely this year — that a lot of these disruptions will carry forward into 2022. When will the container capacity crunch finally ease? For an early indicator, keep an eye on production of the humble 40-foot dry cargo box.

What can we expect on Earth Day a year from now?

The Supply Chain Journal

FreightWaves asked various supply chain and climate change experts, as well as some of its own staff members, this question: What environmental goals would you like to see companies meet by Earth Day 2022? By Earth Day 2022, we’d like to see green hydrogen be a big part of the conversation.

XPO spinoff approved; shares to start trading Aug. 2

The Supply Chain Journal

billion in 2022 earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and rent (EBITDAR), XPO said. In an SEC filing last month, it forecast 2022 revenue growth for the unit would be 8% to 12% higher than 2021 pro forma figures. XPO Logistics Inc.

COVID-19 lockdowns in Malaysia threaten medical glove supply

The Supply Chain Journal

Japanese manufacturer Showa Group, which operates glove factories in Alabama, plans to triple its production by 2022. Given the use of forced labor and continued COVID-19 outbreaks, Skokan expects glove shortages to continue well into 2022.