Latest posts about Supply Chain Disruption
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Navigating the Cost-Plus World of Supply Chains
September 22, 2023
This white paper aims to delve into the strategies that enterprises are currently employing, as well as explore untapped possibilities for balancing these three critical priorities - costs, resilience and sustainability.
The Top 5 Supply Chain Planning Myths
August 23, 2023
It's time to cast off the long-held myths about supply chain planning and digital transformation that have paralyzed your business and enter a new era. In this eBook we debunk the top 5 most limiting assumptions and outline the supply chain planning model of the future.
Overcoming Wooden Pallet Shortages with Reusable Plastic Pallets
July 18, 2023
The last two years have been turbulent for supply chains across Europe. Firstly, the COVID-19 pandemic closed borders and restricted movement across the continent. While supply chains have started to bounce back, there is now a new challenge impacting the transportation of goods – the reliable supply of wooden pallets.
Building Resilient Supply Chains by Overcoming These Financial Stumbling Blocks
March 28, 2023
In such an uncertain environment, resilience attracted much attention, yet the task of building and sustaining resilient supply chains remains extremely challenging for many companies.
Supply Chain, Retail and Forever Chemicals
March 8, 2023
Listen in as Rosemary Coates and Cally Edgren Director of Product Sustainability at Assent, discuss polyflurocarbons (PFAS) in our everyday personal use as well as the thousands of industrial uses.
Disaster Recovery for Labeling: Do You Have a Plan?
February 21, 2023
Brother Mobile Solutions has partnered with TEKLYNX, a global leader in barcode label software solutions. Together, we’re working to bring enterprises some of today’s most advanced tools to design and print industry compliant barcode labels easily and efficiently.
Supply Chain Disruptions and the Next Normal for Logistics in 2023
January 19, 2023
In January 2022, the world entered another year of living and working in the Covid-19 pandemic and the major changes that came with it. The collective machine of makers, movers, and sellers that keep global commerce going sought sage advice from analysts to brace for what might come next.
Reshoring, Nearshoring, Global Labor Rates and More
December 15, 2022
On this episode, we catch up with Rosemary Coates, host of the Frictionless podcast, and an expert on global supply chain management. SCMR’s Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock hosts.
Building Resilience for the Next Supply Chain Disruption
December 13, 2022
James Rice discusses supply chain resilience and how organizations can prepare for the next big problem.
Outsourced Quality and Sustainable Manufacturing in a World of Disruption
November 22, 2022
Outsourced manufacturing as an extension of their internal processes and work to gain the same visibility and control with contract manufacturers
Mitigating Supply Chain Disruption in the Wake of Severe Weather and Disasters
November 13, 2022
Whether it’s a hurricane, flood, wildfire, tsunami, or another type of severe weather or disaster, if you work in transportation or logistics, you are undoubtedly aware of the supply chain challenges that arise in the aftermath of such events.
Using Artificial Intelligence to Manage Risk in Your Global Supply Chain
October 12, 2022
Listen in as Rosemary Coates and Bindiya Vakil, Founder, and CEO of Resilinc, discuss the use of artificial intelligence to map and manage your global supply chains. Rosemary Coates, Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute, hosts this episode of The Frictionless Supply Chain.
Become a Supply Chain Top Gun
September 20, 2022
Learn why you need to manage the moment like Maverick.
Blueprint for Managing Supply Chain Disruptions of Any Size
August 15, 2022
Performance during the COVID-19 pandemic and AI’s role in building resilient businesses.
The Impact of Inflation on the Electronics Components Supply Chain Industry
July 5, 2022
The global inflation wave is also impacting multiple sectors, including the electronic components industry, logic, linear, discrete, advanced analog, and passive component prices are climbing and will continue climbing until macroeconomic conditions improve.