What is Supply Chain Compliance and Why is it Important?


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What’s Holding Back Customer-Centric Air Cargo?


Alaska Airlines launched online seat booking in December 1995 – over 20 years ago! Image courtesy of Alaska Airlines. Disruption in supply chain and freight forwarding creates uncertainty when dealing with companies inventories.

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Supply Chain Talk: The Secret to Standardization – Imagine Wearing a Standard Shoe Design on Both Feet


This is not surprising because the typical hospital carries inventory for more than 10,000 items, and may have as many as 25,000 items on its books. The cost per seat mile for the value-based airlines like Alaska and Spirit is as much as 25% less than most full-service airlines.

Matrix Commerce is Coming Will You Be Ready?

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The complexity really starts when you look at the distribution of the products and how you can actually calculate and track the carbon footprint of a product sent to a store around the corner from the plant versus sending the same product to a store in Alaska.