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Imagining the Supply Chain of the Future!

Supply Chain Game Changer

There are articles which describe what the future of Supply Chain will be like in 2020, 0r 2025, or even 2030. Techniques such as drop shipping and full case fulfillment and replenishment eliminate several handoffs and touches throughout any Supply Chain. Planning, Procurement, Manufacturing, Logistics, Inventory Management and more are most often activities assigned to some internal organization. Subscribe Here! Email Address.

The Top 6 Trends in Logistics Impacting Shippers in 2017

Cerasis

According to PLS Logistics , global companies will install procurement managers in China for entire organizations by 2025. To meet this increased demands, more manufacturing and logistics partners are looking for ways to shorten product lifecycles through improving inventory management systems, changing shipping strategies and altering the fundamental ways products move from point A to point B. The election is over, but the race is just starting for logistics providers.

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McDonald’s Supply Chain Challenge: Switching from Frozen to Fresh Burgers!

Supply Chain Game Changer

Argentus is a boutique recruitment firm focused on Supply Chain and Procurement. The cold chain requirements – tricky even for frozen foods – mean that there’s only a 1-degree margin for error as the patties get shipped in refrigerated trucks. With this change – as well as other supply chain initiatives like investments in Blockchain technology and a commitment to using exclusively cage-free eggs by 2025 – McDonald’s is also responding to changing consumer habits.

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Supply Chain And Logistics Trends That Could Be Big In 2020

Logistics Bureau

Forecasters such as McKinsey estimate potential savings as being worth over $1 trillion (US) by 2025. As detailed in a 2017 report by Agility Logistics subsidiary Shipa Freight, businesses in the SME category—which comprises 95% of all the world’s companies and generates more than 50% of the gross domestic product in many countries—face considerable difficulties when trying to compete globally with their larger counterparts. It’s time to start looking ahead again.