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Novo Logistics | January 02, 2023
Novo Logistics continued with its expansion plans by acquiring new warehouse space totaling more than 160,000 square feet just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana. The brand-new building, completed in 2022, provides Novo Logistics customers with yet another U.S. location to better access and transport their goods across the country.
To their national, regional, and local clients, Novo Logistics provides dedicated warehousing, multi-client warehousing, on-site logistics, contingent ...
Supply Chain Dive | July 07, 2020
Airfreight volume fell more than 20% year over year (YoY) in May, according to the latest numbers from the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Freight capacity fell nearly 35% YoY in May and international belly capacity fell by about 66% YoY as a result of passenger flight cancellations due to the pandemic, according to IATA."The gap between demand and capacity shows the challenge in finding the space on the aircraft still flying to get goods to market," IATA CEO Ale...
PROCUREMENT AND SOURCING,SUPPLY CHAIN
Protiviti | November 21, 2022
Global consulting firm Protiviti has been selected by Microsoft as a featured partner to provide consulting services to organizations that want to get the most benefit from the newly announced Microsoft Supply Chain Platform. Protiviti will provide strategy, design, implementation and operational improvement services supporting the Microsoft Supply Chain Platform.
The disruptions and breakdown of global supply chains has left companies searching for ways to reduce risk, have end-t...
Financial Post | February 26, 2020
Decades of globalization have created supply chains so deeply interconnected that a shock event like the coronavirus is now harder to control and could have a dramatic ripple effect on global commerce, economists are warning. “We tend to think about the economy as countries selling to countries. But the reality of business today is that companies get their parts from other companies, and sell to consumers or again to other companies, through a network of complex, deeply integrated global s...
RISK, SUPPLY CHAIN
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