Final innings are coming soon on the fate of Oakland’s Howard Terminal

The Supply Chain Journal

Mike Jacob is the vice president of the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association, a group that encompasses numerous participants in the activities that go on at the West Coast’s ports, with shipping companies and marine terminals being the core of its activities.

This Week in Logistics News (May 9-13, 2016)

Talking Logistics

The Hyperloop and drones headlined this week’s supply chain and logistics news, so let’s go straight to it: Hyperloop One Accelerates Toward Future With High-Speed Test (WSJ – sub. Wal-Mart cuts delivery time for pilot shipping plan (Reuters). Hapag-Lloyd, Five Asian Liners Form New Shipping Alliance (Bloomberg). How much time and cost can we drive out of supply chains if there was less red tape, bureaucracy, and regulations?

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Balance and Segmentation – What the Election Can Teach Supply Chain

Kinaxis

In my opinion, these are factors that led to the pollsters being so far off on the 2016 US election, and how supply chain practitioners can help these pollsters to improve. I have to admit, it was cool to see the MUTO walk down the Las Vegas strip and knock down the casinos. Balance is also critical for supply chains. We must have an ability to monitor the supply chain, and detect when it goes out of balance.

Putting the WoW! Into Service Supply Chain

Supply Chain Opz

In the past, supply chain professionals are trained to handle the service issues through a planning of inventory , service level and after-sales operations. Since a modern business is shifting from manufacturing to service, this article will provide a review of literature and a case study of the company at a forefront of the service supply chain frontier. Supply Chain Perspective Service supply chain has recently emerged as the new research area.

Logistics property update: December 2020

EFT

Planned to open in 2021, the one million sq ft centre will create over 500 new full-time jobs and will focus on the packing and shipping of larger-sized customer items such as patio furniture and outdoor equipment. (56). Tractor Supply Company plans Ohio distribution centre.

JDA FOCUS 2017: That’s a Wrap!

BlueYonder

More than 2,000 attendees traveled to JDA FOCUS 2017, which was held at the MGM in Las Vegas, to get the latest insights from thought leaders and key players across supply chain management to help them deliver the seamless customer experience. Wayne Usie, Senior Vice President & Chief Market Development Officer , JDA Software talked about digitalization and its importance in supply chain management and the JDA Digital Edge.

QAD Explore 2019: Vertical Market Round-up

QAD

An impressive sight, especially when you add the tremendous amount of ship traffic moving up and down the river. Then, Shaun Phillips, QAD DynaSys director of product management, discussed the future of supply chain in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) markets and current industry disruptors that are complicating supply and demand planning. Join Us Next Year in Las Vegas!

Logistics property update: January 2021

EFT

There is also the possibility of splitting the asset into smaller units to offer greater flexibility where new supply is constrained. The sites include five new delivery stations will all have opened by the end of 2021, and two additional facilities in North Las Vegas.

Retail Industry Leaders Discuss the Value of Assortment Planning – Part I

BlueYonder

During a Super-Session at JDA’s FOCUS 2014 in Las Vegas, five leading retail executives discussed how assortment planning is critical to addressing the challenges posed by today’s empowered consumers. So building a supply chain planning process that anticipates what she wants even before she knows she wants it is a big challenge for retailers today. We have started shipping from stores to give the customer next-day delivery of anything she sees across our enterprise.

This Week in Logistics News (December 14-18, 2015)

Talking Logistics

In this week’s supply chain and logistics news… Amazon in talks to lease 20 jets to launch air-cargo business (The Seattle Times). It seems like Amazon was in the news every day this year with some kind of supply chain or logistics development. analyst Colin Sebastian] believes Amazon will eventually ship air-cargo packages for other companies as well, putting it in direct competition with UPS, FedEx and others. It’s warm outside.