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What’s Holding Back Customer-Centric Air Cargo?


There are now retailers out there who are] going from zero to a hundred million dollars without having to cut their teeth at Walmart or Amazon. Alaska Airlines launched online seat booking in December 1995 – over 20 years ago! Image courtesy of Alaska Airlines.

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Finish What You Start and Never Give Up

Supply Chain Nation

CS: I grew up in Anchorage, Alaska. Recently, I was in Mexico working with a retailer, the next week with a wireless distributor in the Northwest US, and the following week I was dedicated to a special project in APAC.

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What is Supply Chain Compliance and Why is it Important?


The GS1 Standard barcode was adopted in 1973 by industry leaders to standardize barcodes and unique numbers so they’re accepted by retailers and distributors worldwide. Alaska. When you hear the word compliance , what’s the first thing that comes to mind?

The Importance of Transparency in Supply Chains

Enterra Insights

The article cites Dr. Darren Prokop, of the University of Anchorage Alaska, who explains supply chain visibility involves seeing “a particular activity with access to information at selected nodes.” In retail, buyers want to understand where the products they are purchasing are coming from and how they were created.” In the information age, it’s difficult to hide things you would prefer to remain undiscovered.

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The Inner Workings of Overnight Shipping


For packages making the trip across the pond, Anchorage, Alaska is the chosen hub of departure for packages going to and from Japan, making it the fourth busiest freight hub in the world. . Premium`: Freemium`: Channels: Supply Chain eCommerce/Retail Logistics 3PL Publish as a report E-commerce has radically changed the way we look at shipping.