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In Chains: How to Approach Human Trafficking in your Supply Chain


If larger companies agree to share the cost with their suppliers, then they may find themselves more successful in avoiding forced labor. That transparency could be passed onto consumers, who are increasingly intent on avoiding human rights violations in their purchases. As manufacturers, we can decide just how long the path will be.

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COVID-19 By The Numbers. My Takeaway For Supply Chain Leaders

Supply Chain Shaman

While many might fixate on the size of the impact on the United States, what is important to me in this chart is the conspicuous absence of China, North Korea, and Japan. While Asian markets are struggling with the shifts in demand in Europe and North America, they have relative stability in their home markets.

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

Talking Logistics

Other examples: The United States Postal Service (USPS) published a report in May titled Blockchain Technology: Possibilities for the U.S. Postal Service , with supply chain management as one of the focus areas; in October, as reported by Reuters, “IBM, U.S. companies that move manufacturing operations overseas?