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California regulators predict 100 hydrogen fueling stations by 2023

The Supply Chain Journal

The first 100 of those stations have potential to be operational by the end of 2023, the report said. California is leading the way on hydrogen fueling stations in the U.S.

Vakil: chip shortage expected to last into 2023


We’re not seeing an end in sight and certainly expect it to continue into 2023,” said Resilinc CEO Bindiya Vakil in a recent interview on Bloomberg’s Balance of Power (her interview starts at 13:45). The post Vakil: chip shortage expected to last into 2023 appeared first on Resilinc.

Real-Time Trackers: A Welcome Labor Solution for Logistics

This playbook explains how the right information, accessed at the right time, can help businesses across the industry work smarter (rather than harder), all while overcoming labor challenges.

How supply chain chaos and sky-high costs could last until 2023

The Supply Chain Journal

But could shipping logjams last even longer, into 2023, propping up inflation even longer than central bankers expect? We feel that there is a material positive surprise to 2022 and 2023 forecasts [for carriers] that is yet to be factored into consensus forecasts,” he wrote.

Supply Chain Graphic of the Week on IMF Economic Forecasts for 2022 and 2023

Supply Chain Digest

US, Global Growth Expected to Still be Solid this Year. We will See

Supply Chain Woes Hit the Luxury Pool Business

Supply Chain Brain

If you haven’t planned your 2023 pool yet, you’re too late

All-In U.S. Push for Vaccine Means Covid Could Linger

Supply Chain Brain

Any shortfalls in the vaccine program could mean the country will struggle with the virus well into 2023

Musk Sets Lofty Goal for $25,000 Model With Tesla-Made Batteries

Supply Chain Brain

laid out a road map to build a $25,000 car by 2023 and eventually 20 million cars a year, part of the company’s first-ever and highly anticipated “Battery Day” event Tesla Inc.

2022 Supply Chain & Demand Planning Guide

Blue Ridge

The supply chain issues in 2021 are carrying into 2022 and will likely persevere into 2023. Goldman Sachs sent an alert to its clients in December to say they expect bottlenecks in supply chains for all of 2022 and into 2023.

Prepare For the Unexpected-Visualize the Full Supply Chain Spectrum

Supply Chain Brain

Prepare for 2023 by learning how to visualize the full supply chain picture to respond with practical solutions that allow businesses and industries to operate efficiently, maximize revenue growth, and provide valuable service to their customers

RFID, AIDC, and IoT News Round Up for Dec. 29, 2020

Supply Chain Digest

Samsung Adds Bar Code Scanning to Select Smart Phones, Michelin to Put RFID in All Tires by 2023, Vibeq Networks Claims Breakthrough in RFID Tag Cost and Performance

UPS mulling possibility of same-day delivery service with contracted drivers — CEO

The Supply Chain Journal

The disclosure of the same-day delivery initiatives came at the end of the highly anticipated three-hour event, which was designed to paint a sweeping picture of where the company would be by 2023. by 2023. UPS Inc.

Supply Chain Collaboration Networks Outlook

Logistics Viewpoints

I recently wrapped up my Supply Chain Collaborative Networks (SCCN)market study which looks at the total size of the market, the forecasted growth through 2023, and the leading suppliers across a number of categories including industry, region, and customer size.

Sorgfaltspflichtengesetz: the German Supply Chain Act


Per January 1 st 2023 companies with at least 3.000 employees will bear more responsibility for the working conditions in their entire supply chains. There’s a new piece of legislation coming in Germany: the Sorgfaltspflichtengesetz (Lieferkettengesetz).

The Top Benefits of Automation in a TMS


According to a Visual Capitalist report, up to 61% of supply chain professionals expect capacity requirements to increase over the next year, and automated technologies are on track to become a major force in the market by 2023. The need for automation within the supply chain is omnipresent.

Supply Chain by the Numbers for July 25, 2019

Supply Chain Digest

Another Worker Protest at an Amazon FC, More Provocative Move by China in the South China Sea, Lots of Ocean Contaiers to be Smart by 2023, Mobile Robot Maker Brings in Huge

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Blame prices on congestion and not sky-high rates — Great Quarter, Guys

The Supply Chain Journal

And will supply chain chaos and sky-high costs last until 2023? This episode is brought to you by DDC FPO, DDC is a business process outsourcing provider that specializes in freight. Discover why today’s top-rated LTL carriers rely on DDC FPO. Learn more at

Supply Chain Analytics Market to Double to $7.1 Billion in Next Five Years


billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.6% Here's some good validation for the reason why we created StockTrim. Recent research (link below) estimates the global supply chain analytics market to grow from USD 3.6 billion in 2018 to USD 7.1 during the forecast period

DiManEx en Kansen voor West


Looptijd van 1 Februari 2021 tot en met 31 Oktober 2023. Digitaal, Dichtbij en Duurzaam. Veel bedrijven hebben reserveonderdelen op voorraad.

New Legend energizes local lanes, ordering 50 Freightliner eCascadias

The Supply Chain Journal

Legend”) announced plans Monday to switch all of the company’s local running lanes to an entirely all-electric fleet by 2023, starting with the purchase of 50 battery-electric Freightliner eCascadias for Southern California. New Legend Inc.

Blockchain Makes a Strong Case for the Pharmaceutical Industry

Logistics Trends and Insights

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began accepting pilot project proposals to identify solutions for meeting the 2023 requirements of DSCSA. As we look to 2023, there’s a lot of unknowns on what the 2023 interoperable system will be and what technologies will enable that system.

Pushing the Supply Chain Reset Button

Supply Chain Shaman

My forecast is a lumpy road to 2023 and port-related supply chain disruptions for at least a year. The global supply chain that we know today is built on three assumptions: rational government policy, low variability, and availability of logistics. These core assumptions are no longer true.

Logility Recognized as Top 100 Logistics IT Provider for 25th Consecutive Year


Drawn from a pool of more than 300 companies using questionnaires, phone calls, personal interviews and other research, Inbound Logistics selected the preeminent logistics IT providers who are leading the way to supply chain efficiency for 2023.

The 2022 Chlorine Shortage: Another Year of Poolmageddon


Currently, industry experts predict the chlorine shortage will end when the plant is completed and running in January of 2023. Temperatures are rising and people are getting sweaty.

Port of Savannah container moves jumped 48% in March

The Supply Chain Journal

A separate project will add 750,000 TEUs in capacity by 2023. The port is purchasing eight new, taller ship-to-shore (STS) cranes to arrive in 2023, replacing six older units and bringing the total in Savannah to 38 STS cranes.

Workhorse sues Postal Service over delivery truck contract

The Supply Chain Journal

Preproduction design, tooling and facility preparation activities are proceeding on schedule with the first NGDVs estimated to appear on carrier routes in 2023.”. Postal Service came to us tomorrow and said, ‘We’ve got the funding to do 100% electric from 2023,’ we can do it.”.

Trends 2022: Quantum Computing

Enterra Insights

However, IBM plans to deliver a 1,121-qubit computer by 2023, and others have shared similar plans.”[4] Quantum computing may sound like science fiction (especially the weird principles on which it relies); nevertheless, businesses are beginning to pay attention.

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Airbus Establishes Revised Plans to Boost A320 Family Monthly Production

Supply Chain Matters

The plan at the time was to be able to boost output from the existing level of 40 per month, ramping to a rate of 64 A320 aircraft per month by 2023. The reported plan is to now move toward a monthly production target of 65 single-aisle A320 aircraft per month by the middle of 2023.

Trends and Predictions 2020: Information Technology

Enterra Insights

An IDC report predicts that by 2023, “more than half of all worldwide GDP [will be] driven by products and services from digitally transformed industries.”[3] IDC analysts predict, “By 2023, more than 50% of all ICT (information and communications technology) spending will go toward digital transformation and innovation.” Information technology (IT) is an umbrella term covering a variety of technologies.

Alaska Airlines bets on recovery with 737 MAX buy

The Supply Chain Journal

Alaska is exercising options for the 13 Boeing 737-9 MAX for delivery in 2023 and 2024, and is adding 17 new Embraer 175 jets in 2022 and 2023.

Artificial Intelligence in the Retail Sector

Enterra Insights

” Machine learning expert Rayan Potter reports, “A published study predicted that by the year 2023, the retail sector would typically spend $12 billion on AI. Inflation is starting to impact the retail sector in significant ways.

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This Week in Logistics News (April 2 – 8)

Logistics Viewpoints

FedEx and Elroy Air have been working together since January 2020 and will continue their collaboration to pursue certifications and begin flight testing in 2023. Six more will be produced between now and the end of 2023, according to airline executives.

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100+ Supply Chain Crisis Statistics: Raw Materials, Covid-19, Labor Shortages, and More


As some component lead times push into 2023, the shortage is expected to last 24 months before it recedes – similar to the chip shortage of 2008-2009. The semiconductor market has potential to reach overcapacity by 2023. Will the supply chain ever catch a break?