Category: Supply Chain

Mitigating Supply Chain Risk for Greater Resilience

The value of mitigation: a proactive, productive, cost effective component of successful Supply Chain Continuity planning.

Supply Chain disruptions nearly doubled in 2017

Supply chain disruptions globally nearly doubled in 2017, according to Resilinc’s annual report.

Introducing the new Supply Chain Continuity training

Why Supply Chain Management and Business Continuity Management need to work together to create a more resilient organization.

Could a vessel fire sink your company’s supply chain?

Any disruption in a single voyage has a significant ripple effect.

Fighting the vanilla thieves of Madagascar

How does the stolen or early picked product get into the supply chain? And how large business is allowing this to happen?

Supply crunch deepens for vital allergy drug Epipen

The ​UK’s Epipen shortage has deepened after US drug giant Mylan began rationing access to the vital medicine.

Continuity Standards, Guidelines, Best Practices: Goal or Guide?

Why a well-designed, implemented, and maintained Business Continuity Management System results in a more resilient organization.

Commonwealth Bank completes blockchain-based global trade pilot

Seventeen tonnes of almonds have successfully been shipped and tracked from Sunraysia in Victoria, Australia, to Hamburg in Germany in a blockchain-based collaboration between Commonwealth Bank and five Australian and international supply chain leaders.

Nine automakers to share Supply Chain data

Surgere has announced a large-scale deployment of their shared platform that represents an unprecedented unification of automakers and the growing list of their suppliers.

UK supermarkets are slashing product lines to compete with discounters: report

The UK’s largest grocery retailers are slashing their product ranges to compete with discounters in the market, according to new research by SCALA.

How many distribution centers workers does it take to fulfill 200,000 ecommerce orders per day?

If it's China's second largest ecommerce company, JD.com, and its new fulfillment center, the answer would be four.

World champion supply chains: Preparing for the World Cup

The question for companies is this: Is your supply chain prepared to handle the demand generated by this massive event?

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