2016 Supply Chain Insights Summit: Imagining Supply Chain in 2030 as The Engine of Growth

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It was clear that the stage was set for subsequent discussions on supply chain innovation topics, the direction of the industry in the near future of 2030; and what companies today have to do to stay ahead of the curve. For this post, however, I will like the concentration to be on the common strategies employed by leading supply chain companies and the future of supply chain in 2030 as conferred by the well-orchestrated group of supply chain thinkers at the conference.

Supply Chain Scope: New Study Shows Rise in US Inventories; California Estimated to Improve Freight Efficiency by 25% in 2030

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Sustainable Freight Action Plan for California is estimated to Improve Freight Efficiency by 25% in 2030. Targets for 2030 Include: Improve freight system efficiency 25 percent by 2030. Request a Demo of. The post Supply Chain Scope: New Study Shows Rise in US Inventories; California Estimated to Improve Freight Efficiency by 25% in 2030 appeared first on Arkieva Blog.

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Coming soon to a supply chain near you: 8 big digital disruptors

Kinaxis

He relayed how he saw a demo of true shelf-aware systems at a retail location that sends alerts in real-time when a stock out happens directly to a mobile phone. These driverless, flying taxis are part of Dubai’s plan to have self-driving vehicles (of all kinds) account for a quarter of journeys made in Dubai by 2030. by Alexa Cheater Every day it seems as if one company or another is touting they’ve just released the next big thing—that new device that will change your life.

IoT Order Buttons Are Set to Revolutionize Your Supply Chain: Here’s What You Should Know

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Read Also: 2016 Supply Chain Insights Summit: Imagining Supply Chain in 2030 as The Engine of Growth. Request a Demo of The Arkieva Supply Chain Software Suite. “Never worry about running out again…” reads a quote on the Amazon dash button website. We’ve all been there—running out of shampoo while in the shower, or realizing that you forgot one item on your grocery list. With the Internet of Things (IoT) order buttons, that might be a thing of the past.

This Week in Logistics News (October 8-12, 2018)

Talking Logistics

Trucking costs to halve by 2030, study predicts (LLoyd’s Loading List). Here’s their demo video: While this solution is not for high-volume, highly-automated warehouse operations, it demonstrates nonetheless the future of enterprise software user interfaces, where keyboards and clicks will ultimately be replaced with voice commands and finger swipes. The VP of Supply Chain and Logistics at our house (aka my wife) has been out of the country this week.

Forget the Supply Chain of 2020. Here are 3 Things That Supply Chains Need Today.

Arkieva

While it is nice to envision supply chains in 2020 or 2030 the truth is; for many manufacturing businesses, discussions about future supply chain innovations, often leads to a “yeah.right,” smirk by supply chain executives – this with good reason. Request a Demo of The Arkieva Supply Chain Software Suite.

Supply Chain Optimization Software – A Comprehensive Guide for Manufacturers

ThroughPut

trillion to the global economy by 2030. If you wish to learn more about our product and choose the version that works best for you, please click here for a demo. What is supply chain optimization? Supply chain optimization is a key component of the manufacturing supply chain process, helping companies control their input costs to be able to provide effective goods or services to their customers.

Supply Chain Optimization Software – A Comprehensive Guide for Manufacturers

ThroughPut

trillion to the global economy by 2030. If you wish to learn more about our product and choose the version that works best for you, please click here for a demo. What is Supply Chain Optimization? Supply chain optimization is a key component of the manufacturing supply chain process, helping companies control their input costs to be able to provide effective goods or services to their customers.