Archive for November 2018

This Week in Logistics News (November 26-30, 2018)

Now that Thanksgiving is past us, the mad dash to the end of the year is on. It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the supply chain and logistics realm, with lots of news related to global trade and technology. As I write this, news is coming out of Bueno Aires that the new […]

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[Video] Major Influences on Supply Chains for 2019

Doug Surrett, Chief Product Strategist at BluJay Solutions discusses the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: How have all of the changes that are impacting global supply chains, everything from new tariffs to new trade agreements to Brexit, affected the companies you work with? What’s the outlook for 2019 with regards […]

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Editor’s Pick: Be the Partner Your Customer is Looking For

Note: Today’s post is part of our “Editor’s Pick” series where we highlight recent posts published by our sponsors that provide practical knowledge and advice on timely and important supply chain and logistics topics. This post by Julio Soto from GEODIS’ blog discusses how to become the partner your customer is looking for. In the […]

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How Emerging Technologies Will Transform the Way We Do Business

There are so many exciting emerging technologies in supply chain and logistics today, but which ones will be the best fit for your company’s business strategy? Which technologies have the greatest potential to deliver the value you need, both in the near and long term? How do you prioritize investments in these technologies and roll […]

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8 Years an Entrepreneur

Eight years ago yesterday I began my career as an entrepreneur. I spent the day (and the next three weeks) as a juror in a murder trial. Better than being the defendant, I told myself, but when you have bills to pay and no longer have a paycheck, sitting in a courthouse looking at crime […]

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Thank You “Sticky Buns” Jeff

Random violence makes the news because it is rare, whereas routine kindness doesn’t make the news because it is so common. — Matt Ridley, author of “The Rational Optimist” from his essay Why Is It So Cool to Be Gloomy? (Wall Street Journal, November 16, 2018) “You’re not going to eat that, are you?!” Peter […]

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