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Successful supply chains rely on strong leaders who can spur top performance from those around them, and the next hidden leader might be right in plain sight.

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Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP): An integrated business management process through which an executive team continually achieves focus, alignment and synchronization among all functions of the organization.

Digitization enables real transformation and it is the key to boosting revenue and achieving a competitive advantage, yielding three value factors through supply chain digitization, learn what these value factors are and discover more on the methods of transformation by downloading this eBook.

Even being hundreds of miles away from the center of the storm, Hurricane Harvey wind gusts will be capable of tipping a Less than Truckload, LTL trailer.

AsiaInspection (AI), a global provider of quality control services for businesses importing from the Pacific Rim, maintains that logistics managers should pay more attention to risk—irrespective of region.

Senior Marine Risk Consultant at AGCS says "a perfect storm" of increasing regulation and narrowing margins is looming

Successful supply chains rely on strong leaders who can spur top performance from those around them, and the next hidden leader might be right in plain sight.

An effective sales and operations planning (S&OP) process guides business decisions, provides key problem solving strategies, gives executives greater control over the enterprise and drives overall business success.

Amber Road helps global organizations maximize global supply chain performance and streamline global trade compliance processes, resulting in faster time-to-market for new products, increased product innovation, significant duty savings, and reduced compliance risks.

The Global Supply Chain and Risk Management Survey is a study of the supply chain operations and risk management approaches of 209 companies with a global footprint. As globally operating organisations, they are exposed to high risk scenarios ranging from controllable risks, such as raw material price fluctuation, currency fluctuation, market changes or fuel price volatility, to uncontrollable ones such as natural disasters.

Inventory improvements efficiencies translate into improved financial metrics.

For shippers, planning for the unexpected is imperative, but the right ingredients are also necessary.

Chief risk officers often present to their boards detailed laundry lists of risks, heat maps with probabilities and impacts for every conceivable risk, as well as contingency plans for every worst-case scenario short of the “zombie apocalypse.” Managing Supply Chain Risk, Risk Management in the company supply chain.

The World Economic Forum’s “Global Risks Report 2016” finds that supply chain vulnerability is on the rise this year. Furthermore, there’s evidence that the inter-connections between risks are becoming stronger. Suppply Chain Insurance, Cargo Insurance, Supply Chain Risk, Risk Management, Cargo Insurance 2016

With its transportation network running through some of the world’s most complicated and high-risk countries in the world, this global shipper of heavy oil and pipeline equipment describes how the right policy saved it from a catastrophic, million dollar loss. Cargo Insurance, Cargo Security

Today’s global supply chains are increasingly complex and disruptions are a common occurrence.