Provoking the Industry to Move Past Incrementalism

Supply Chain Shaman

Putting a stick in the eye of the industry is hard work. The industry has too many events. To make the argument, let’s look at industry orbit charts in aggregate for the period of 2006-2017 for the apparel and chemical companies. In neither industry, despite the spend of 1.7%

What’s shaping the steel industry today?

Quintiq

In recent years, the steel industry has seen creative solutions to long-standing challenges, emerging technologies, and niche market explorations – all of which are changing this traditionally conservative industry. The post What’s shaping the steel industry today?

Moving towards Industry 4.0

Enterra Insights

The post Moving towards Industry 4.0 Big Data Business Cognitive Computing digital enterprise Industry 4.0 The commercial world is being roiled by new technologies. Old business models are being replaced by new ones and essential … Continued. appeared first on Enterra Solutions.

Supply Chain Transformation in the Oil and Energy Industry

Talking Logistics

There is a lot of discussion today about supply chain transformation, most of it focused on the consumer goods and retail industries, but there are many challenges and opportunities in the Oil and Energy industry too. It’s an industry that has a major impact on the world economy and on our personal lives. The post Supply Chain Transformation in the Oil and Energy Industry appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez.

Industry 4.0: Are You Ready?

This evolution is called Industry 4.0, Are you ready? The supply chain is moving towards automation - and even awareness - that will change how products are ordered, manufactured, shipped and consumed. and it's happening now

Working More Efficiently with Third-Party Haulers in the Construction Materials Industry

Talking Logistics

Those are two questions heard daily in every industry. But it’s especially true in the construction materials industry where time is indeed money. The post Working More Efficiently with Third-Party Haulers in the Construction Materials Industry appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. Where’s my truck? Where’s my shipment? Historically, answering those questions has been a challenge, particularly for companies that use third-party haulers.

Intermodal Industry Outlook: 2019

NFI

Guest Post: Mark McKendry, Vice President of Intermodal at NFI When compared to 2017 volumes, North American intermodal volumes grew by over five percent in 2018 – despite extreme congestion in Chicago, a chronic chassis shortage on the U.S.

The Smart Factory, Industrie 4.0, and Supply Chain Optimization

Logistics Viewpoints

Automotive Industry Food & Beverage Industry Supply Chain Optimization Arla Foods Industrie 4.0 In North America, the Internet of Things (IoT) is getting a great deal of attention.

Survey Finds Significant Success in the 3PL Industry Across the Supply Chain Industry

Cerasis

This post is from a press release sent to us regarding the recent survey of the 3PL industry. Survey Points to Continued Success of Shippers and the 3PL Industry. Today, the 22 nd Annual Surveys of Third Party Logistics Provider (3PL) CEOs, sponsored by Penske Logistics , revealed that 3PL CEOs are confident about the current state and future revenue growth potential of both their companies and the regional 3PL industries. 3PL 3pl industry

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Inventory Management in Service Logistics Industry

Talking Logistics

Not really because each industry is different, and so are organizations within the same industry and even different divisions within the same organization have their own unique drivers and constraints. Hence following so-called industry trends may not always yield targeted results.

Digitizing the Extended Supply Chain: How to Survive and Thrive

The digital economy is upending all industries and processes, placing a premium on speed, customer satisfaction, personalized products, and collaboration

Total Disruption: Industry Networks

The Network Effect

Ideally a network solution should both be industry agnostic, yet be tailored to the needs of a particular industry. To get the most from the “network effect,” you want as many participants as possible onboard, from as many industries as possible.

Industry 4.0 and Digital Twins

Enterra Insights

Analysts from Deloitte note, “Data has long played a central role in manufacturing, but today the growing influence of the internet of things is forging a closer connection than ever between the industry’s digital and physical worlds. Industrialize. “Once success is shown in the field, companies can industrialize the digital twin development and deployment process by compiling insights and publishing them broadly.

[INFOGRAPHIC] 6 Logistics Industry Trends Set to Transform 2016 & Beyond

Cerasis

Changes in manufacturing processes, which will increase production, lead to one ultimate result--the logistics industry must change. For third-party logistics providers ( 3PLs ), logistics industry trends will dramatically affect how logistics providers of all sizes operate.

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Logistics Consolidation: Trends Arising From Consolidation of the Logistics Industry

Cerasis

Logistics consolidation will have a resounding effect on the industry in 2019. As the industry attempts to compensate with better wages and if it’s for drivers and long-haul shipments, the industry will continue to suffer from stress.

5 Steps to a Smart Supply Chain

Industry leaders are 3.5 times more likely to take advantage of analytics. This drive toward intelligent business is redefining how organisations need to operate if they hope to be successful

Which Industries Will Demand Greater Logistics Capabilities in 2019

Cerasis

Companies across the spectrum of the economy are expanding and demanding more from carriers and the logistics industry, and as a result, logistics capabilities will need to grow in accordance. Strong growth in the U.S.

Trends Shaping Industry 4.0

Enterra Insights

Industry 4.0 is the popular name given to the rise of “smart” factories and what some analysts believe is the fourth Industrial Revolution. Many analysts believe enough new technology has emerged to create that kind of industrial change. Chris Pope, Vice President for Innovation at ServiceNow, defines Industry 4.0 as “a new age of industrial man and machines.”[1] Technologies driving the next Industrial Revolution. Industry 4.0

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Industry 4.0 getting whipped

Supply Chain Movement

The Schrödinger’s cat metaphor is surprisingly apt when thinking about supply chain’s evolution to Industry 4.0. In our utopian Industry 4.0 Eliminating the Bullwhip Effect is the essence of what Industry 4.0 My hope is that as Industry 4.0 The vision for Industry 4.0

[INFOGRAPHIC] Industry 4.0: Powered by the Internet of Things & Digital Manufacturing

Cerasis

also referred to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In today’s post we will talk about what is Industry 4.0, Industry 4.0: The Fourth Industrial Revolution. So what is “industry 4.0?” According to Accenture, they define Industry 4.0

Building AI to Unlearn Bias in Recruiting

help it tune for the specific use case and industry. Building AI to Unlearn Bias in. Recruiting How to use AI and machine learning to ensure diversity in the. workforce By the creators of AllyO, the end-to-end AI recruiter www.allyo.com hello@allyo.com Bias is a problem we.

Industry 4.0: The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Enterra Insights

“As an industry,” writes Kimberly Knickle (@kimknickle), Research Vice President at IDC Manufacturing Insights, “manufacturing is ‘hot’ ”[1] She reports that … Continued. The post Industry 4.0:

Industry 4.0: The Slow Revolution, Part 2

Enterra Insights

” The latest industrial revolution, labeled Industry 4.0, Thomas Leeson ( @TomLeesn ), an industry marketing strategist at OpenText, reports, “Manufacturers are excited about the possibilities of digital transformation. As the Fourth Industrial Revolution gains traction, 65 percent of manufacturers expect to adopt digital manufacturing practices by 2020, according to IDC Manufacturing Insights.”[1] Challenges to joining Industry 4.0.

Industry 4.0 comes into Clearer Focus

Enterra Insights

The post Industry 4.0 Artificial Intelligence Big Data Business Cognitive Computing Industry 4.0 A few years ago, analysts from Source One wrote, “Many analysts would assert that the U.S. and the global manufacturing … Continued.

2019 Transportation Industry Trends

GTG Technology Group

6 Transportation Industry Trends to Look for in 2019. New opportunities in the transportation industry are thriving. Transportation professionals seeking to stay on top of trends in the industry look to implementing these trends. Disruption of Transportation Industry.

Planned Obsolescence in the Durable Goods Industry

Logility

The consumer durables industry is experiencing significant supply chain threats, from product proliferation, intense global competition, evolving regulations and constrained supply brought on by a long period of sustained growth as shown in the graph below.

The Digital Transformation Journey: The Alignment of Industry, Company, and Technology

Talking Logistics

Process industry businesses that embark on digital transformation journeys are becoming disruptors in the industry. The process industry has been burdened by effects from global economic strength, tariffs and trade balances, and infrastructure bottlenecks.

Industry Trend on the Rise for Supply Chain and Logistics: Automation

Shipchain

Industry players have already begun experimenting with technologies like robotics and artificial intelligence. While automation in the supply chain is still in an early-adoption phase, the impact that it could have on the industry is significant. Industry Supply Chain

Industry 4.0: The Emergence of Cognitive Manufacturing

Enterra Insights

Industry 4.0 is the popular name given to the fourth industrial revolution ushered in by the digital age. They write, “Industrial production was transformed by steam power in the nineteenth century, electricity in the early twentieth century, and automation in the 1970s.”[1] ” Some pundits believe Industry 4.0 is more evolutionary than revolutionary since computers were the foundation of the last revolution and remain the foundation of Industry 4.0.

Three Critical Supply Chain Capabilities for Private Label Industry Success

Logility

I generally do not like the shopping experience. I prefer to develop a list of carefully researched products so I can get into and out of a store as fast as possible.

Planned Obsolescence in the Durable Goods Industry

Logility

The consumer durables industry is experiencing significant supply chain threats, from product proliferation, intense global competition, evolving regulations and constrained supply brought on by a long period of sustained growth as shown in the graph below.

Industrial Real Estate Outlook: 2019

NFI

Driven by the rise of ecommerce and the demand for next-day and two-day shipping, industrial real estate capacity continues to tighten while rents and cost per square foot rises.

5 Future Applications of the Industrial Internet of Things in Manufacturing & Logistics

Cerasis

Manufacturers are set to invest up to $70 billion in the Industrial Internet of Things ( IIoT ) by 2020, reports John Greenough of Business Insider. Previous Applications of the Industrial Internet of Things in Manufacturing. Growth of the Industrial Internet of Things Continues.

The Industrial Revolution – From Industry 1.0 to Industry 5.0!

Supply Chain Game Changer

The history of Industry 4.0 tracks the manufacturing industry from the industrial revolution to the digital transformation and beyond. Each new stage represents a revolution in the manufacturing process that has changed the way we think about and work in the industry.

A Look at Direct v. Indirect Supplier Management in Three Industries

ivalua

Industry: Manufacturing. Supplier management is spend management – although the information, risks, and relationships vary by category and industry. Indirect Supplier Management in Three Industries appeared first on Ivalua. Doug Keeley, Product Marketing Manager, Ivalua.

Are you ready to unlock opportunities in the poultry industry?

Quintiq

The chicken industry, especially in the United States, is one of the most successful sectors in agriculture. The modern chicken industry produces wholesome, high quality products that become more affordable year after year. Can the poultry industry keep up?