Sat.Aug 08, 2020

Supply-Chain Risk Grows as Weary Crews Halt Ships and Clog Ports

Supply Chain Brain

A new risk to global supply chains is emerging as exhausted seafarers stuck offshore for months halt work, a breaking point caused by restrictions on crew changes amid coronavirus precautions

Dealing With the Supply Chain Bullwhip Effect During COVID-19


COVID-19 is unbalancing both demand and supply. With unpredictable buyer demand, as well as supply chain shutdowns in China and some parts of the U.S., it can be hard to keep goods reliably on the shelves. This can cause the bullwhip effect and create problems all the way up the supply chain. Warehouse Management Systems

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REPOST: A Better Way to Sell Logistics Services with Matt Collins

The Logistics of Logistics

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Latest Trends in Wholesale Distribution 2020


With the constant advancements in B2B technologies and capabilities, we are predicting 2020 is going to be a big year for wholesale distribution. With wholesale quickly catching up to retail, we expect to see more B2B businesses embracing the new world of selling and managing inventory online, especially after COVID-19. With this said, we have identified 5 key trends for wholesale distribution in 2020.

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Pandemic Reshoring: Five Things to Consider Before Making a Move

Supply Chain Brain

An appetite for reshoring and onshoring may be growing due to the coronavirus pandemic, with more than two-thirds of North American manufacturers looking to bring production back home.