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U.S.-Led Pacific Trade Talks Close to Reaching Supply Chains Pact

Supply Chain Brain

Negotiators would reportedly like to announce an agreement regarding Indo-Pacific trade talks at a meeting of ministers taking place in Detroit on May 27.

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10 Hilarious Logistics Memes That Resonate with the Supply Chain Industry

Locus

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Don’t know the answer? Perhaps you know when the first meme was found? Both of these questions are known as ‘causality dilemmas’ and both still remain unanswered. What we do know is when the term ‘meme’ was first coined, however and we have biologist Richard Dawkins to thank for introducing us to it in his book The Selfish Gene.

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Watch: The State of Robotics and AI Today

Supply Chain Brain

Deborah Surrette, chief commercial officer of GreyOrange, talks about the latest trends in robotics and artificial intelligence, and some misconceptions about AI in the supply chain.

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How to Address a No Demand Inventory Problem

IT Supply Chain

By Vidler Isac (pictured) Planning Manager The post How to Address a No Demand Inventory Problem appeared first on IT Supply Chain.

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Embedded Analytics Insights for 2024

Organizations look to embedded analytics to provide greater self-service for users, introduce AI capabilities, offer better insight into data, and provide customizable dashboards that present data in a visually pleasing, easy-to-access format. To better understand the factors behind the decision to build or buy analytics, insightsoftware partnered with Hanover Research to survey IT, software development, and analytics professionals on why they make the embedded analytics choices they do.

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Strategies for Managing Port Congestion and Container Shortages

Supply Chain Brain

Companies around the world must adopt new strategies to limit supply chain disruptions.

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Microchip Supply and Demand: Aiming at an Ever-Shifting Target

Supply Chain Brain

Even the world’s best archer has trouble hitting the bullseye if the target won’t stand still.

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U.K. Lays Out £1bn Plan to Invest in Domestic Chip Sector

Supply Chain Brain

Britain plans to focus its investments on areas where the nation already has an advantage like research and design, according to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak