Industry Trends


Please Allow 4-6 Weeks for Delivery

During my vacation last month, I picked out an old book to read again: Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier. The book was published in 1997

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Supply Chain Mapping (Insights from Indago)

In the post Hidden Suppliers Can Make or Break Your Operations (Harvard Business Review, May 2015), the authors write, “With the size and complexity of

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Virtual Supply Chain Conferences

One of our most popular posts every year is our Supply Chain and Logistics Conferences to Attend post. A few weeks after publishing this year’s

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Free Delivery Gets More Expensive

Nothing in life is free — and this includes free shipping, which has become an albatross around the necks of most retailers and parcel carriers.