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Borderlands: Is ‘sureshoring’ the next big thing in cross-border trade?

The Supply Chain Journal

Borderlands is a weekly rundown of developments in the world of United States-Mexico cross-border trucking and trade. This week: Is sureshoring the next big thing in cross-border trade?;

The aspirin that soothes the returns headache

IT Supply Chain

By James Hyde (pictured). CEO of James and James Fulfilment. The post The aspirin that soothes the returns headache appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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Borderlands: Is ‘sureshoring’ the next big thing in cross-border trade?

The Supply Chain Journal

Borderlands is a weekly rundown of developments in the world of United States-Mexico cross-border trucking and trade. This week: Is sureshoring the next big thing in cross-border trade?;

Planning for Pre-Production Success

Industry Star

Most of the pre-production supply chain work at automotive Tier I suppliers is completed manually in spreadsheets, limiting visibility, and increasing labor costs and delays.

Supply Chain Evolution: Digital Transformation Is the Way Forward

A new study by The Economist shows that 54% of enterprises want to rethink their supply chains. Make them more agile and resilient. How would supply chains evolve from here? And what should supply chain leaders be doing differently? Download the report today!

Shattering the Fallacy of “One-Number” Forecasts

Logility

A frequent conversation on forecasting best practices among demand planners is the growing concern over the use of “one number.”

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Navistar conducts second recall and expands campaign for connector rod defect

The Supply Chain Journal

Navistar International Corp. NYSE: NAV ) is recalling certain LT and RH Class 8 trucks from the 2018-2020 model years for a second time and adding 2021 models because a connector rod defect could lead to an unintended engine stall.

Here’s How to Start Your Industry 4.0 Journey

Circle View

Still wondering how to start Industry 4.0 at your factory? I’ve been working in this space for over 5 years at various manufacturing sites, and would like to help you get started. Industry 4.0

Which shipping stocks rose the most in wake of COVID pandemic?

The Supply Chain Journal

The stock market has boomed in the COVID era, driven by fiscal and monetary policy and surging retail-investor interest. Many ocean shipping stocks — with the glaring exception of tanker equities — have followed suit. Which U.S.-listed listed shipping stocks rose the most?

How Retailers Can Mitigate the Impact of New Shipping Surcharges

Supply Chain Brain

Because e-commerce sales show no signs of slowing down, retailers must find a better way to balance shipping surcharges and overage costs

A 5-Point Strategy for Digital Procurement Transformation

Today, your entire supply chain must embrace change and accelerate digitalization. When it comes to procurement, focusing on digital transformation now can dramatically reduce costs, improve visibility and insight, and give you a significant competitive advantage.

SPAC rumor mill churns over autonomous truck software developer Plus

The Supply Chain Journal

Self-driving truck software startup Plus is reportedly in talks to merge with the same investor group that brought public electric vehicle startup Canoo Inc. NASDAQ: GOEV ), school bus maker Blue Bird Corp. NASDAQ: BLBD ) and flatbed logistics specialist Daseke Inc. NASDAQ: DSKE ).

Watch: How Are Industrial Manufacturers Embracing AI?

Supply Chain Brain

A discussion of the findings of a new study from KPMG about industrial manufacturing’s adoption of artificial intelligence, with Roy Mathews, Managing Director of Data Analytics, and David Neely, Managing Director in the firm’s Intelligent Automation Practice

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AskWaves: Who is Silk Way West Airlines?

The Supply Chain Journal

Silk Way West Airlines is a nine-year-old cargo airline in Baku, Azerbaijan, that operates a fleet of five Boeing 747-8 and seven 747-400 freighters.

AskWaves: Who is Silk Way West Airlines?

The Supply Chain Journal

Silk Way West Airlines is a nine-year-old cargo airline in Baku, Azerbaijan, that operates a fleet of five Boeing 747-8 and seven 747-400 freighters.

Just In: Inventory Optimization Research

How are organizations performing on inventory optimization? How can new technologies help your team improve? Find out in this new research report.

SPAC rumor mill churns over autonomous truck software developer Plus

The Supply Chain Journal

Self-driving truck software startup Plus is reportedly in talks to merge with the same investor group that brought public electric vehicle startup Canoo Inc. NASDAQ: GOEV ), school bus maker Blue Bird Corp. NASDAQ: BLBD ) and flatbed logistics specialist Daseke Inc. NASDAQ: DSKE ).