Few want to leave China’s skilled workforce and efficient suppliers of raw materials to move to other countries
The Covid-19 pandemic is causing unprecedented disruption to global supply chains. It is also providing a rare window into the future.
Blum Canada invests in automation for the long haul
U.S.-based Great Lakes carriers say proposed new standards for the use and release of ballast water are unfair
Third-party logistics increases its reliance on new technologies
U.S. merchants will be able to sell their products on Walmart’s website
Final mile delivery providers will need to adjust to lasting changes to how stores are used, stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic
Will it mark the rise of automation?
Distribution models have been upended and that some operations will never re-open
JIT is built on the assumption of stability, but in a world of volatility, logisticians can no longer afford to assume stability