Bindiya Vakil on Denver Colorado Radio: Helping the Hospital Supply Chain

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Your supply chain is costing you money – Reason #10 Failure to adequately train your supply chain planning staff

Kinaxis

General News Products Response Management Sales and operations planning (S&OP) Supply chain management 2008 US beef protest in South Korea Beef Business Business process Cargill Colorado Competitive advantage Customer Supply chain by John Westerveld Over the years, working for and with numerous manufacturing companies, I’ve seen many supply chain practices that cost companies money.

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Your supply chain is costing you money – Reason #8: Keeping supply chain information in silos (and preventing your users from making the best decisions)

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General News Response Management Sales and operations planning (S&OP) Supply chain collaboration Adoption Advanced Encryption Standard Alabama Shakes Andhra Pradesh APICS The Association for Operations Management Associated Press Bruce Wasserstein Business Business process Business valuation Cloud computing Colorado Commercial bank Company Connecticut Enterprise resource planning (ERP) Information technology Investment banking Mergers and acquisitions SAP ERP by John Westerveld.

The Paragon Customer Q&A: Automating Route Planning at Colorado Boxed Beef Company

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The post The Paragon Customer Q&A: Automating Route Planning at Colorado Boxed Beef Company appeared first on Paragon Routing. Operational Routing and Scheduling Paragon HQ

Hot Shots: Wildfires, floods, lucky landing and more

The Supply Chain Journal

This week features huge Western wildfires, devastating floods in Colorado, a successful emergency airplane landing and more. Flash floods killed at least one person Tuesday night in northern Colorado.

FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (Part 1)

The Supply Chain Journal

The railroad reached its first target, Colorado Springs, with service officially launched on January 1, 1872. The railroad had reached La Junta, Colorado on February 16, 1876. The D&RG extended south from Alamosa, Colorado, reaching Espanola, New Mexico on December 30, 1880.

Amazon to build over 3 million-sq-ft distribution centre in Colorado and open first Iowa warehouse

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Winter Storm Alert: Major Snowstorm Threatens the Rockies and High Plains

GlobalTranz

Meteorologists at Weather.com are predicting “a major snowstorm will likely pummel parts of the Rockies and High Plains this weekend with over a foot of snow that could snarl travel, damage trees and knock out power in parts of Colorado, Wyoming and western Nebraska.”

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Amazon to hire 75K workers for North American logistics, fulfillment

The Supply Chain Journal

According to Amazon, the states with the most open positions are Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington and Wisconsin. Amazon.com Inc.

Green Supply Chain News on Those Raising Questions about Global Warming Hope New Administration will Support Other Viewpoints

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Billion Dollar Research Pie, As Colorado Academic Describes Forces Unleashed Against Him for Questioning Increase in Natural DisastersSkeptic Hope for Piece of the 2.5

This Week in Logistics News (October 24-28, 2016)

Talking Logistics

Moving on to this week’s supply chain and logistics news… Uber’s Otto hauls Budweiser across Colorado in self-driving truck (Reuters). This week, as reported by Reuters, “Otto, the self-driving truck subsidiary of Uber, shipped a truckload of Budweiser from Fort Collins, Colorado to Colorado Springs last Thursday with the driver monitoring from the truck’s sleeper berth for the entire two-hour journey.” I should have gotten the email by now.

The Best Logistics Team You Have Never Heard Of with Matt Scherer

The Logistics of Logistics

Scherer in the City and County of Denver Day” for his work in community affairs in Colorado. The Best Logistics T eam You Have Never Heard of with Matt Scherer. Matt Scherer and Joe Lynch talk about the best logistics team you have never heard of.

Industry Insights: Cyberattack on World’s Largest Meat Supplier - Maximizing Security

EnVista

Headquartered in Colorado, JBS operates 84 properties in the U.S. On Sunday, May 30, 2021, the world’s largest meat processing company determined it was the victim of an organized cyberattack , which affected servers supporting its IT systems in Australia and North America.

JBS cyberattack: Livestock haulers feel brunt of plant shutdowns

The Supply Chain Journal

Hershberger’s wife, Andrea Marks Hershberger, has been following developments closely from their home in Greeley, Colorado, where JBS USA is based. “It’s

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Winter Alert: Winter Weather Conditions Developing Across Much of the US

GlobalTranz

The heaviest snowfall in this region will occur in the Cascades, Tetons, and Colorado Rockies. UPDATE: 02.15.21.

Delivery sweetening the pot for recreational cannabis businesses

The Supply Chain Journal

Now companies in Massachusetts and Colorado are at the forefront of the proliferation of recreational weed delivery services across the United States. In Colorado, cannabis delivery companies face a different set of challenges. For Tim Cullen, founder and CEO of Colorado Harvest Co.,

SCM Best Paper Award Winners 2013 (1/2)

SCM Research

This year’s CSCMP Annual Global Conference took place in Denver, Colorado. It has become a good tradition that some of the leading journals of our field announce their best paper awards during the CSCMP’s Supply Chain Management Educators’ Conference, the academic part of the CSCMP Conference ( see my previous post from Atlanta last year ).

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Severe storm threat keeps trucking through Plains this week

The Supply Chain Journal

Severe storms slammed the nation’s heartland over the weekend from Texas and New Mexico to Colorado, Utah and the Central Plains. Five tornadoes popped up Saturday through Sunday, touching down in Colorado, Texas and South Dakota.

Making sense of the market (and memes) — Freightonomics

The Supply Chain Journal

They welcome Zac Rogers from Colorado State University as their guest on this episode. Freightonomics is celebrating a brand-new time and a full-hour show, and Zach Strickland and Anthony Smith have a great one for the first new episode.

Top Blog Posts for Q2 2019

Logistics Trends and Insights

We not only wrote our regular company posts but also penned several articles for Parcel and Postal Technology International, Freightwaves, The Loadstar, and Forbes as well as attended Freightwaves’ conference here in Atlanta and SMC3’s Connections conference in Colorado. The last mile and Amazon continues to dominate our writings as you will see in our top 5 blog posts for the second quarter. The quarter was a busy one.

New Tech Protects the Health of Oil and Gas Industry Workers

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In fact, the workers in Colorado and other states are already exposed to dust silica levels that exceed the proposed exposure limits. Our oil and gas industry workers need protection from lung fibrosis caused by recurrent inhalation of sand particles. Based on a 2012 study conducted by National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the hydraulic fracturing workers are susceptible to an incurable but preventable disease called Silicosis.

Strong crosswinds for truckers out West

The Supply Chain Journal

More specifically, gusts of 55 to 65 mph from the west and southwest will impact truckers from eastern Montana to Wyoming and the northwestern corner of Colorado. This includes western Colorado, most of Utah, northwestern New Mexico and northern Arizona.

A Budding Industry: Recreational Marijuana is California's Newest Supply Chain

Elementum

Some have pointed to Colorado as an example of this. The playing field became tilted against smaller operators who didn’t have the resources for this kind of scaling, and Colorado’s marijuana market was dominated by companies that did. Colorado’s model had a missing link in its supply chain that, in California, will likely be filled by independent distributors. Introduction.

Flood risk stays afloat amid Southwest monsoons

The Supply Chain Journal

The National Weather Service has flash flood watches in place across large portions of Arizona and New Mexico, as well as smaller sections of southeastern Utah and southern Colorado. Truckers will have to dodge monsoonal thunderstorms for another day in the Desert Southwest.

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro! Lessons for Life and Business!

Supply Chain Game Changer

I spent a year working in Colorado. In Colorado you can’t help but be drawn to the beauty of the mountains. When I first got the urge to climb mountains in Colorado I had no experience whatsoever. Subscribe Here! Email Address. Subscribe to Supply Chain Game Changer.

A Budding Industry: Recreational Marijuana is California's Newest Supply Chain

Elementum

Some have pointed to Colorado as an example of this. The playing field became tilted against smaller operators who didn’t have the resources for this kind of scaling, and Colorado’s marijuana market was dominated by companies that did. Colorado’s model had a missing link in its supply chain that, in California, will likely be filled by independent distributors. Introduction.

The 2021 Hurricane Season Will Impact Supply Chains

Enterra Insights

The warning came as Colorado State University released a forecast predicting an above-average hurricane season this year.”[2]

Transportation capacity tightens further in May

The Supply Chain Journal

The LMI is a collaboration among Arizona State University, Colorado State University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rutgers University and the University of Nevada, Reno, conducted in conjunction with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

Transportation capacity ‘historically low’; prices ‘show no sign of slowing’

The Supply Chain Journal

The LMI is a collaboration among Arizona State University, Colorado State University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rutgers University and the University of Nevada, Reno, conducted in conjunction with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

Flood risk for truckers across Southwest

The Supply Chain Journal

The National Weather Service has issued flash flood watches for the Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, metropolitan areas, as well as southwestern Colorado and northwestern New Mexico. Monsoonal thunderstorms will continue to soak parts of the Desert Southwest through the weekend.

Snowy start to week for truckers in Rockies

The Supply Chain Journal

Snow will blanket parts of the Colorado Rockies Monday through Tuesday as a low-pressure system moves through the region. Winter storms are common in the late spring in Colorado, but they don’t always include Denver with a chance for snow accumulation. Rockies snow.

Marijuana Goes Mainstream: The Dynamic Supply Chain(s) of a Budding Industry

Elementum

Some have pointed to Colorado as an example. The playing field became tilted against smaller operators who didn’t have the resources for this kind of scaling, and Colorado’s marijuana market was dominated by companies that did. Colorado’s model had a missing link in its supply chain that, in California, could be filled by independent distributors. California’s Prop 64 marked a sea change in the effort to bring an entire industry out of the shadows.

Running 24/7 to Meet Medical Industry Demands

IQMS

Eldon James is a world-class manufacturer of medical tubing and connection solutions based in Colorado.

Stormy week ahead for truckers in eastern half of US

The Supply Chain Journal

Drivers will hit areas of heavy snow Tuesday morning from northern Colorado to southeastern Wyoming. Elevated fire danger continues across western Texas, eastern New Mexico, southeastern Colorado, southwestern Kansas and the Oklahoma Panhandle.

Upstream pricing: Something has to give — Freightonomics

The Supply Chain Journal

They welcome Zac Rogers from Colorado State University to the show. With consumer prices creeping higher as shortages plague almost every industry from manufacturing to grocery stores, many people are wondering if economic relief is on the way.