Knowledge@Wharton—A team from MIT, Wharton and Boston College created a new blockchain-based system that has the potential to disrupt the global supply chain. Called ‘b_verify,’ the system is designed to help small and medium-size enterprises get financing from lenders at potentially better terms while mitigating warehouse deposit fraud. The system brings greater transparency to a key part of the supply chain.
In today's business environment, small startup companies are succeeding by finding creative solutions to difficult situations. Larger organizations can use the same innovative principals to stay ahead of the rapidly changing industry.
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NACS—The first site for a Kroger automated fulfillment center that will streamline the grocery shopping experience will be Cincinnati. Known as a “shed,” the facility will be fueled by Ocado technology, create more than 400 new jobs and cost $55 million to build—featuring robotic and digital capabilities for food storage and retrieval.
EBN—Today’s supply chains are facing a continuous challenge to minimize disruptions and ensure that goods are delivered to customers on time. However, there is one form of disruption that supply chain leaders cannot predict and can potentially strike anywhere in the world: natural disasters.
Inbound Logistics—Thanks to the Amazon effect, consumers expect the world—and they want it fast. Here's advice on how to speed things up—from the way you design your footprint to how you execute the final mile.
SupplyChainBrain—The e-commerce boom coupled with record-setting demand for express delivery have forced retailers to meet the unprecedented challenge of extending their supply chains locally, into the towns and communities where customers live.
CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly—As many as 2.4 million manufacturing jobs will go unfilled over the next 10 years due to widening skills gap, study shows.
Transport Topics—After years in limbo, a final rule became effective in November allowing medical examiners — in consultation with a truck driver’s treating clinician — to decide whether an insulin-treated diabetic driver is qualified to get behind the wheel.
Material Handling & Logistics—Increasing regulatory scrutiny and a more diverse workforce require greater tolerance by employers.
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Global Trade Mag—Today’s supply chains have growing complexities with an international network of suppliers and service markets, and trade wars can have a major impact. However, digital technologies – such as data analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) – provide companies with the resources and insights to manage risk and anticipate events.
SupplyChain247—To comply with federal mandates, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers must be able to track, trace and report on the movement of prescription drugs and medical devices, throughout the supply chain.