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Japan wants manufacturing back from China, but breaking up supply chains is hard to do. When Japanese firm Iris Ohyama agreed in April to begin producing much-needed face masks in Japan, it marked a win for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe who wants to bring manufacturing back from China. bln in Hong Kong secondary listing -sources. Amazon is planning to build diagnostic labs as it ramps up Covid-19 testing for warehouse workers.

This Week in Logistics News (April 27 – May 1, 2015)

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Latest Versions of SAP® Transportation Management, SAP Extended Warehouse Management and SAP Event Management Now Available. US Navy to accompany US-flagged ships in Persian Gulf after Iran seizes vessel (Fox News). Norbert Dentressangle serves customers in retail, food and beverage, manufacturing, chemicals, agriculture, e-commerce and high tech. My wife and I visited my fourth grade son’s class this morning to see the work they’ve done the past few weeks.

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Iran, Islamic Republic of. Sourcing from far-flung countries such as China is leading to growing uncertainty about the actual supply of purchase orders. The supply chain solutions for the 24-hour economy lie primarily in a flexible IT platform which enables the various internal software applications, such as for manufacturing execution, warehouse management and transport planning, to be connected to external systems such as for customs handling.

Sorry, I’m Not Sure: Supply Chain and Logistics Predictions for 2018

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Source: Evan, Flikr. “I SophiaTX Open Source Platform to Integrate SAP, Blockchain. And you can’t forget about the other Unpredictables: Iran, Russia, China, and ISIS; all of these entities could have a destabilizing effect on world peace and prosperity. If they actually follow through on their promise and oil prices continue to rise next year, how will transportation, inventory, and sourcing policy decisions change in response?

I Will Be Wrong Again: Supply Chain and Logistics Predictions for 2017

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companies that move manufacturing operations overseas? The answers to those questions and more could significantly impact supply chain strategies, everything from sourcing decisions to network design, which is why my prediction from two years ago — that more companies will start treating Supply Chain Design as a continuous business process — is now a critical necessity. Past performance is not indicative of future results.