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What is Supply Chain Compliance and Why is it Important?

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In addition, several agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) require unique device identifiers (UDI) usually in the form of barcodes to contain information such as manufactured date and lot number to provide traceability. Use the form below to send us your information!

Expert Reveals 7 Supply Chain Trends to Watch

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In this article, Professor Burcu Keskin from University of Alabama will share 7 trends that procurement and supply chain management professionals should watch. 3) Risk Management: In the past, many buyers relied on safety stock inventory to mitigate any risks or disruptions to suppliers.

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[INFOGRAPHIC] Expert Reveals 7 Supply Chain Trends to Watch

Cerasis

As a transportation management third party logistics company, we know at Cerasis that transportation makes up a large portion of the costs and efficiencies of any supply chain. Contact Cerasis if you would like help in more effective transportation management. .

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5 Most Popular Supply Chain Blog Posts of 2015…So Far

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Supply Chain is just one of our five main categories we are covering all this week, which consist of: Logistics, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Freight, and Transportation. Lean Inventory: Using Lean Initiatives To Manage Inventory. More firms are implementing lean inventory management techniques to reduce costs, improve flexibility and have more time to focus on their customers. >>> Read the Full Blog Post to Learn About Lean Inventory.

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[INFOGRAPHIC] 5 More Supply Chain Trends To Watch Out for in 2016

Cerasis

The use of reverse logistics provides a myriad of benefits to include: Reduced administrative, transportation and aftermarket support costs. For example, smartwatches could help site managers observe real-time performance of business processes, productivity, inventory levels and deliveries.

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ScottsMiracle-Gro Improves Distribution System in Sustainability and Customer Service

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By consolidating the shipment of bagged fertilizer and growing media goods into regional on-site warehouses, the Company has been able to: • Maximize truckload space, reducing overall delivered mileage and transportation costs. Improve inventory turns at retail by reducing fertilizer order minimums. For additional information, visit us at www.scotts.com. A new 100,000-sq. warehouse will be added to The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company’s operation in Lebanon, Conn.