Sun.Feb 09, 2020

Coronavirus reminds us to review supply chain continuity plans


The rapid escalation of the Corona virus has now devastated China and other regions, resulting in more than 800 deaths and more than 37,000 cases worldwide.

[Video] The Role Of Emerging Technologies In Global Trade Management

Talking Logistics

Suzanne Offerman, Proposition Manager, Thought Leadership for ONESOURCE Global Trade Management at Thomson Reuters, discusses the role of emerging technologies in global trade management.

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Porch pirates: examining unattended package theft through crime script analysis

Logistics Trends and Insights

A share from Ben Stickle of Middle Tennessee State University. The full article is available here for a limited time. Package theft is an emerging crime type due to the tremendous growth in online shopping and the delivery of goods directly to a home.

Cloud-based software – the way to go!


Cloud software is fast becoming the way to do business. The reason for this? Everything becomes easier, more accurate and more accessible – which, at the end of the day, is the direction a company should be going in. Cloud-based software is basically where everything to do with the program is online. We will look at a few ways that cloud software can help you achieve good inventory management and manufacturing control. Communication. Cloud software allows for fast and effective communication.

Point-of-Danger ICE Raids and Audits

Speaker: Max Muller, Attorney and Author

Supply chain managers should constantly be on guard against forces that could cause a significant point-of-failure in or to their supply chains. The sudden loss of a workforce is an evolving danger to those who provide raw materials, subassemblies, finished goods, and/or necessary services to supply chains; and to entities requiring those items or services. Join Max Muller for this timely, fast-paced and guidance rich webinar that will educate you on the specific steps involved in undertaking your own internal audit, as well as providing you with guidance on what your major and/or sole source suppliers should do as well.