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DHL Global Trade Barometer: World trade continues to grow, but slower
| November 29, 2018
Convoy is reinventing the supply chain with technology-backed full service trucking. Convoy offers guaranteed capacity and innovative real-time GPS tracking via our connected carrier network.
Article | February 10, 2020
Did you know that the return of your supply chain process depends on how your software technology works as well as the efficiency of the people involved in the entire process? However, changes keep taking place, and you might feel clueless as to where your initiative is going. Supply chain testing is done in order to know and mark the various aspects where the supply chain is the weakest. Since data handling is a crucial aspect, managing it becomes even more necessary.
Article | March 17, 2020
Supply Chain Digital takes a closer look at how organisations can speed up their manufacturing supply chain. As the world continues to mass adopt innovative technology and the ease in which consumers are able to receive information via the internet increases, consumers are demanding more immediacy when it comes to the services and the products that manufacturing organisations provide. WIth this in mind, industries need to ensure that they are prioritising speed across their operations, in order to meet customer demands. With supply chains becoming increasingly virtual as a result of innovative technology, the manufacturing sector needs to focus on developing a clear strategy in order to boost its overall responsiveness to demands.
Article | March 30, 2020
The corona lock-down has one advantage: I finally have the time to read the stack of books on my bedside table. That includes re-reading the classic novel by Gabriel García Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera, which is set in the late 19th century during a cholera pandemic. No one alive has ever seen a pandemic like the one the world is experiencing today. Governments, businesses and citizens seem to be in a state of disbelief about the disruption that COVID-19 is causing. Things we have taken for granted are suddenly no longer there for us: travel, theater, a coffee with friends are all now off limits. But these are things that we notice.
Article | April 9, 2020
Supply chain disruptions, like the one we are currently experiencing due to the COVID-19 Pandemic will continue to happen. Just look back over the last couple of years. We have had a major fire in China a major earthquake and tsunami in Japan, a volcanic eruption in northern Europe, several large hurricanes in the southern United States, a major ocean carrier going bankrupt stranding thousands of ocean shipping containers, trade wars between just about every country, withdrawal or significant changes in trade agreements like Brexit and to top everything off a global pandemic which has kicked off the latest global recession.
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