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Wabtec & GE Transportation to Merge, Creating Global Leader for Rail, Services and Software

General Electric Co. has agreed to merge its railroad business with Wabtec Corp. in a deal valued at roughly $11 billion, letting GE raise some cash to fund its turnaround and shed one of its oldest operations, the strategic combination will drive shareholder value creation by accelerating innovation in transportation and logistics.

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Is digital transformation a risk or an opportunity? This webinar will detail Manufacturing industry challenges and how using IoT can address these challenges through optimizing logistics, improving processes and gaining meaningful insights.

GTM has evolved from a collection of standalone supply chain and enterprise applications into an integrated solution that ties them all together, ideally on a common platform.

If your business depends on complex relationships with hundreds or thousands of suppliers or trading partners; if it is multi-tier and global; then the Real Time Value Network is built for you.

In this report from Logistics Management, learn how an industry-wide movement toward digitization is making supply chain processes more effective and efficient with technology.

As quickly as technology is pushing consumer-facing capabilities forward, behind the scenes apparel industry supply chains are moving at a decidedly slower pace.

Digitization itself is a means to an end; the end goal is to derive the most value from a supply chain, but a majority of companies are still struggling to advance.

Technology solutions have come a long way in the past decade, and companies that seek to stay on the forefront are embracing advances that give them an edge over the competition.

In this whitepaper, we’ll examine emerging trends and best practices in supply chain automation, as well as explore how advancements in business technologies—especially Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software—are helping manufacturers and distributors become faster and more productive.

Intelligent IoT devices are enabling unprecedented supply chain visibility and innovation.

How do the world’s top supply chains see further and act faster? Many of them are gaining an understanding of how their supply chain flows are tied to outcomes to stay ahead of problems, and gain whole new efficiencies. Join us to learn more.

The material handling industry is in the middle of a historic digital transformation from manual to automated processes in distribution center (DC) and fulfillment operations.

To keep pace with unrelenting e-commerce fulfillment speeds and order volumes, many DC operations have taken significant steps in making the transition to more automated, digital processes.

In this blog post, I’ll summarize some key learnings I drew from the event and share some insights on Demand Driven supply chains and the industry’s technology landscape.

A new research paper released by The Hackett Group maintains that “world-class” procurement organizations now operate at 21 percent lower labor costs than peers and have 29 percent fewer staff.

Current supply chain management approaches have run out of steam. New technologies can be transformative, but only if three enablers are in place: high-quality and timely data from the entire supply chain, best-in-class decision-support engines, and a platform for enabling re imagined processes that break existing organizational silos.