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| December 28, 2016
Founded in 1980, Brady Trucking is considered one of the safest and most reliable truckload carriers in the United States. Built by truckers for truckers, Brady Trucking takes pride in its long, steady, and sustainable growth.
Article | March 9, 2020
They say a leopard can’t change its spots but if they could, how would they change them? What color would the spots be? Would they even want to change them at all? While these are purely hypothetical questions, the phrase “a leopard can never change its spots” has got me thinking how this also applies to world of supply chains. However, let’s start by addressing what supply chains have in common with leopards. While the shape, size and how many spots a leopard has varies from leopard to leopard, all leopards have spots. The same applies to the supply chain.
Article | February 10, 2020
This blog provides an overview of innovations in SAP S/4HANA Cloud 2002 for Manufacturing and Supply Chain. Here is the table of contents: 1. Warehouse Management. Bin Managed Production Stock & Synchronous Postings. Serial number handling in Warehouse Management. Automatically Creation of Warehouse Task at Picking.
Article | April 7, 2020
Control over the end-to-end supply chain lies in careful planning of both inbound and outbound activities, and without doubt, disasters and emergencies will eventually arise. The responsiveness of the supply chain depends on the ability of shippers to rapidly increase shipment volume to meet demand, as well as the ability of carriers to heed those demands. Moreover, sharing the right information in shipping urgency, including whether it is a true emergency shipping need, can literally be the difference between life and death, especially in the medical and pharmaceutical industries. So, let’s look at emergency shipping amid uncertainty and how a data driven TMS (transportation management system) can help.
Article | February 17, 2020
Barcodes are important for any business selling physical goods. They are used in brick-and-mortar stores as part of the purchase and returns process, in warehouses to track inventory and packages, by shipping carriers to locate and track shipments, and sometimes on invoices to assist with accounting. Without barcodes, modern shipping and logistics processes would be more inefficient and much more error-prone. Third-party logistics companies rely on barcodes to efficiently run their warehouses so they can better serve the companies for whom they perform fulfillment services.
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