Bloomberg—After years of research and development, companies are finally starting to make the big leap—using blockchain networks to cut costs, conduct trade and track goods.
MHI Blog—Held October 14, 2018, the MHI Executive Summit will give you the opportunity to explore NextGen supply chain trends and disruptive technologies and learn what’s coming in the next five years – especially how it will impact and disrupt you, your customers, and your operations.
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Sustainability is increasingly a concern for many manufacturing and supply chain companies. With that in mind, rather than simply recycling waste or unused, outdated materials, many companies are choosing to sell these materials reducing their carbon footprint while increasing their bottom line.
MHI Blog—Even in the imaginary future depicting by movies and games, material handling plays an important role. In a nutshell, no matter how advanced the society gets, we will always need material handling. The particulars of how we do it may evolve and change as we do, but the industry? That’s never going away.
CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly—While the Internet of Things (IoT) opens up a wide range of opportunities for the supply chain, it is also vulnerable to cyberattacks. Using a threat model can help companies assess how secure their system is.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive—CrowdStrike announced the results of its global supply chain survey, finding that 80 percent of respondents believe software supply chain attacks have the potential to become one of the biggest cyber threats over the next three years.
EBN—By utilizing both structured and unstructured data to unlock valuable insights into customer purchasing patterns and promote operational efficiencies in the supply chain, organizations can capture a competitive advantage.
Logistics Viewpoints—The ongoing rapid growth of e-commerce and omni-channel commerce, and these channels’ effects on fulfillment requirements, continue to be a leading factor contributing to demand for warehouse management systems (WMS) deployments and enhancements
Modern Materials Handling—ANSI has approved updates to the ANSI ICWM-2018 standard, titled “Vocabulary, Performance and Testing Requirements for Casters and Wheels.”
MachineDesign— For decades there have been five basic types of manufacturing processes. Now, there is a sixth: 3D printing.
Morningstar—Meat is piling up in U.S. cold-storage warehouses, fueled by a surge in supplies and trade disputes that are eroding demand.
Logistics Management—There is a lot to like about the current strength of the freight transportation and logistics economy.
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MHISolutionsmag.com—The first half of the 2018 included a number of policy surprises that engendered significant financial market volatility. U.S. trade policy, in particular, became a flashpoint of uncertainty, as tariffs were lobbed back and forth between the U.S. and China. The aftermath of that uncertainty is likely to cast a shadow over growth prospects late this year and in 2019.