Top Megatrends to Adopt by 2025

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Today, business operates in a digital world – one that changes at a rate seemingly impossible to keep up with. In order to succeed in this business climate, a company needs to adapt to the pace of change. Freight Management Omni-Channel Ecommerce Megatrends Trends Omnichannel Supply Chain Visibilit

Perfect Security by 2025?

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What will security look like in 2025 New technology enables new advances in supply chain security.

Supply Chain of 2025: Global with Strong Regional Characteristics


Recently, I participated in a podcast with Lora Cecere where we discussed the following question: What would the supply chain of 2025 look like? The post Supply Chain of 2025: Global with Strong Regional Characteristics appeared first on Arkieva Blog.

Imagine the Supply Chain of 2025


The theme of the event was to imagine the Supply Chain of 2025. By 2025: Supply Chains will learn as we sleep. And then every table generated some suggestions on what the supply chain of 2025 will look like. Yet others saw more automation and integration as key changes that will occur between now and 2025. There was broad agreement in the room that the world in 2025 itself would be different: It would be warmer, older, and more crowded.

Traditional Supply Chain Models Will be Extinct in 2025, Thanks to These 10 Disruptors

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Companies must formulate a strategic plan that includes core competencies and future business objectives to prepare to meet the challenges of the next decade

Material Handling Institute US Roadmap for 2015: Can’t Wait for 2025!

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The roadmap predicts 2025 as the date when standards emerge… as well as appropriate forms of data sharing across boundaries to ensure real-time data. Again the magic time frame is 2025 – which seems to be the magical year when all of this will come to fruition! Our NC State student research recent met with Dan Stanton, Vice President of Education and Professional Development at the Material Handling Institute.

Supply Chain Megatrends: Looking Ahead to 2025 - Value Unchained

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Traditional Supply Chain Models Will Be Extinct in 2025, Thanks to These 10 Disruptors

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Companies must formulate a strategic plan that includes core competencies and future business objectives to prepare to meet the challenges of the next decade

The Top 6 Supply Chain Trends to Watch in 2017

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Industry Week reports that by 2025, global companies will have procurement managers based in China to source materials and services not only for their operations in that country, but for their entire organization. Globalization.

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Driver Shortage in Trucking: Time for Plan B

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Last week, Daimler was the latest manufacturer to showcase its self-driving truck , the Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025. Transportation Management driver shortage driverless trucks Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025 self-driving trucks transportation trucking Wolfe Research Last week, the U.S. Labor Department reported that employers added 288,000 jobs in June, which lowered the unemployment rate to 6.1 percent, the lowest since September 2008.

Podcast Episode 47: How Integrated Business Planning is Bringing Sexy Back w/ Int'l Guest Speaker Steven Hainey


Want to know how to start planning for 2025 today? ICECORP is excited to share Episode 47 of the " 2 Babes Talk Supply Chain " Podcast! This podcast has got you covered!

US Infrastructure Earns D+ from Engineers

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infrastructure to a “B” grade by 2025. The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that there’s a gap of more than $2 trillion between projected current funding and the $4.59 trillion it would take to improve U.S. read more. Global Supply Chain News

New Technology is Providing New Forms of Supply Chain Visibility

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The Global System for Mobile Communications Association predicts that there will be nearly 50 billion connected devices by 2025. This is almost ten times the predicted human population at that point.

Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Oct. 9, 2014

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UPS Asks Retailers to Cut Back Delivery Christmas Commitments, How Should Made in USA be Defined, Delays at Ports of LA and Long Beach a Big Concern, Machines to Eliminate 33 Percent of Jobs by 2025

Rhode Island Named Bottom State for Infrastructure and Transportation as US Underinvestment Takes Toll


To address these problems the tiny state is taking on a $5 billion programme to try and overhaul the transportation network by 2025, a cost equivalent to nearly $5,000 per citizen. According to their figures the costs to US between 2016 and 2025 could total: $3.9

5 Reasons Why The Use of the IIoT by Manufacturers Is Unavoidable


According to Louis Columbus of Forbes magazine , the IIoT is estimated to unlock manufacturing savings more than $11 trillion by 2025 globally, boosting overall economic value by 33 percent. trillion by 2025 as well.

Future Engineering and Manufacturing Supply Chains

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According to a new DHL white paper, titled Engineering & Manufacturing 2025+ – Building the World , the Engineering & Manufacturing (E&M) sector is on the brink of change. The E&M sector is expected to transform over the next 10 to 15 years by responding to this change with intelligent and sustainable manufacturing as well as new business and collaboration models. These transformations will have substantial implications for our supply chains.

How Do We Know National Network for Manufacturing Innovation is Working? Because China is Copying It.


In this post, Adam discusses the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation or NNMI and how it relates to the Made in China 2025 initiative. . China’s new manufacturing policy roadmap, unveiled in 2015 and called Made in China 2025, includes numerous policy initiatives designed to create an advantage for China in 10 key advanced-technology industries. In addition, Made in China 2025 contains provisions for creating 40 Manufacturing Innovation Centers by 2025.

How Will Shippers Meet Growing Demand?

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from 2013 to 2025 and freight revenues will surge 72%. The American Trucking Association (ATA) recently released a freight transportation forecast, predicting growth through the year 2026. According to Forecast , overall freight tonnage will grow 25.5% 3PL Optimization Shipping Transportation Spend

How a TMS Supports Shippers Pursuit of Lower Transportation Rates

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jump in freight tonnage from 2013 to 2025 and a corresponding 72% increase in freight revenues. The CPG industry reported a 14% increase in transportation costs since 2012. Freight costs have increased drastically because of the less drivers, growing consumer demand and changing regulations.

What Is Planning?

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With the confusion on the SAP migration plan for 2025, more and more companies are in the market looking for solutions. Cloud. Descriptive analytics. Prescriptive analytics. Machine learning. Collaborative workflow. What if analysis.

5 Bold Predictions from the CEO of Oracle

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Prediction 1: 80% of all applications will run in the Cloud by 2025. Prediction 2: By 2025, Two Suite providers will have 80% of the SaaS Applications market. Mark Hurd, the CEO of Oracle, made some bold predictions for where the enterprise market is going. Today, he said, 24 percent of enterprise applications are in the cloud. Further, Oracle will be one of the two. Prediction 3: 100% of New Development Testing will be in […].

Supply Chain Executives can’t have it all, here are 4 things they can aim for


In 2025, we’re still likely to have accounts payable & accounts receivable, we’re still going to have to share forecasts with suppliers and place orders.

How Gartner Sees the Future of Supply Chain Planning


Michael Burkett presented Supply Chain 2025: Planning the Future Supply Chain; followed by Amber Salley presenting Algorithmic Supply Chain Planning: the Future of SCP. Gartner estimates there will be 50 billion connected end points in the marketplace by 2025—a 10-fold increase from today.

The Future of Procurement Is Upon Us. Are You Ready?


Niul Burton wrote a great article in Industry Week titled “Procurement 2025: 10 Challenges that Will Transform Global Sourcing”. For those of you who are executives in Supply Chain, Procurement or New Product Introduction/Development, this is a must read.

What You Need to Know About the State of eCommerce Logistics


According to Athira A Nair of Your Story , eCommerce in India is expected to be valued at more than $220 billion by 2025. Consequently, the overall value of the logistics market in India could easily double in size by 2025, and other markets around the world show similar trends, explains Patrick Burnson of Logistics Management. Today’s logistics empire is not your grandfather’s or even your father’s logistics operation.

U.S. Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics Version 2.0 Released at ProMat

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is a fresh look at the staggering rate of change impacting material handling and logistics, and it is a follow-on to the original Roadmap - published in January 2014 - which took a high-level look forward to 2025 Roadmap 2.0

3 Ways to Put Big Data to Work in Your Factory


trillion in economic value in the global manufacturing sector by 2025. Is enthusiasm for Big Data wavering? In 2015, McKinsey Global Institute claimed that the IIoT had the potential to create as much as $3.7

Supply Chain Artificial Intelligence Offers Wisdom to Supply Chain Management


Preliminary estimates of the value and investment in artificial intelligence by 2025 range from $5 trillion to $7 trillion. If you compare these predictions, the estimated values indicate a sudden growth of 500 percent from 2019 to 2025 will probably occur.

The Top 6 Trends in Logistics Impacting Shippers in 2017


According to PLS Logistics , global companies will install procurement managers in China for entire organizations by 2025. The election is over, but the race is just starting for logistics providers.

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What Are the Trends in Last Mile Logistics?


Also, same-day delivery will reach a 25-percent market share by 2025. Shippers face many challenges in successfully delivering products to end-users, and last mile logistics will be a core focus of change in the coming months.

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A Most Impressive IoT Project

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Over 9 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) are transported through the port every year, and this is forecast to double by 2025. But the Hamburg Port is located in an urban area and they cannot increase the size of the port to handle increased traffic. To handle shipments efficiently, the HPA must operate smarter. To help with this, this Port has undertaken one of the most impressive IoT projects this writer has seen.

Top 3 Supply Chain Planning Buzzwords

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estimates the number of IoT-enabled devices will surge to more than 30 billion by 2020 and 75 billion by 2025. by Alexa Cheater Marketing spin or actually making a difference? When it comes to supply chains, certain words seem to be bandied about like the ball at a championship tennis match.