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What If Your Supply Chain Had A Control Tower?


The following article was contributed by Batool Iqbal, from Damco Pakistan – a subsidiary of Ap-Moller Maersk Group. The idea of a supply chain control tower emerged in 1990’s, triggered by the need to view and control the movement of goods in factories, distribution centers and pipeline inventories. They estimate that their deployment resulted in an inventory saving of tens of millions of dollars. Live market freight rates?

How the Coronavirus May Affect Your Supply Chain


Air Freight Impacts. Typical freight on suspended passenger flights may include pharmaceuticals, high-value automotive parts, high-value garments and high-tech devices, preventing U.S. manufacturers from continuing production of smart phones, automobiles, appliances and drugs to treat many medical conditions. but to Africa and India / Pakistan trades due to reduced demand at origin and to avoid extra operating costs. How the Coronavirus May Affect Your Supply Chain.

Ship Smarter: How to Avoid Bottlenecks in Your Global Operations


This is why supply chain managers are always stressing over demand forecasts — something that tops the list of most critical inventory management practices. Shipping Overseas Anyone who has shipped freight by air or sea can attest to the fact that international shipping is complex — in no small part because of the rules and regulations around certain goods. manufacturers do to better understand global supply chain operations when exporting goods abroad?