Thu.Nov 28, 2019

The Digital Opportunity for 3PL Logistics Operations!

Supply Chain Game Changer

Subscribe Here! Email Address. Subscribe to Supply Chain Game Changer. What is the Digital Supply Chain? Article originally published by, and permission to publish here provided by, Raanan Cohen at bringg.com. Third-party logistics (or 3PL) providers, are standing on the brink of breakout growth.

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How Unleashed helps your clients make, manage and move products

Unleashed

Just like online accounting platforms, CRM systems and more, the benefits that inventory software can bring to a business are wide-reaching and varied. For some of your clients, it will solve a specific problem, such as overstocking or lost goods.

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A New Approach to Frozen eCommerce Fulfillment with Dan Gilland

The Logistics of Logistics

[00:49] Introduce you and your company. I’m Dan Gilland, and I lead business development for Schwan’s Home Service. We are based in Minnesota. I was practically born and raised on Schwan’s, so it’s fitting that I’m working here.

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

Paragon

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

Webinar on Demand: Resilient Supply Chain Network Design

Speaker: Bhomik Jain, Paul van Nierop & Aanand Pandey

Companies around the world are struggling to cope with COVID-19 disruption. Are supply chain networks resilient enough to weather the storm? Watch this webinar to learn about our research findings in the realm of network design and optimization, and uncover the capabilities you need to build resilience and agility.

Thanksgiving 2019

Enterra Insights

Confronted by bad weather and trade wars, farmers have experienced a very difficult year. As we sit down today to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast, we need to appreciate the fact our food does not magically appear on supermarket shelves. It takes hard work, sacrifice, and a great deal of risk to feed the world.