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Vendor-managed inventory and distribution planning in the food and beverage industry – here’s something to chew on

Kinaxis

by Jeswin Philip The Food Packaging Trends and Advances report from PMMI forecasts that the US Food and Beverage industry will experience a 2.9 % CAGR through 2022. What is vendor-managed inventory? Better transportation planning. Maintaining optimum inventory levels.

Why Blockchain Within The Supply Chain Makes Perfect Sense

Cerasis

Here are just a few entry points: Distributed and Decentralized Database With a complex and dynamic supply chain management landscape, stakeholders need one harmonized data repository on which to rely for updated information. The distributed ledger component of blockchain provides an integrated digital platform for nodes in a supply chain system to share and query information as developments occur in real time. from the global economy by 2022.

10 Ways IoT Can Improve Supply Chains

IQMS

By 2020, Discrete Manufacturing, Transportation & Logistics and Utilities industries are projected to spend $40B each on IoT platforms, systems, and services. in 2022, achieving a 10.7% IoT adoption is flourishing in manufacturing, transportation & logistics and utilities.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Industry 4.0: Powered by the Internet of Things & Digital Manufacturing

Cerasis

We feel as we keep our eye on what our customers are faced with, we can better understand their needs and develop transportation management thru technology and services which align to the best possible outcomes desired by shippers.

Guide to warehouse robots: types of warehouse robots, uses, navigation & more

6 River Systems

between 2017 and 2022, reaching $6 billion in value by 2022 , with the U.S. Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) — AS/RS solutions automate the inventory process by retrieving goods for shipment or use and returning items to their proper storage locations.

The Internet of Things is over 30 Years Old and still in Its Infancy

Enterra Insights

He explains, “Robert Gordon argues that, with the exception of a decade starting in the mid-1990s, information networks have not driven productivity in the way that electricity transformed the American manufacturing sector in the 20th Century. But some believe now that IoT can boost productivity growth by increasing the efficiency of traditional business operations such as manufacturing, transportation, and retail.”