5 ways blockchain can improve your supply chain

July 31, 2019

With the blockchain between you and suppliers, you have the ability to track and trace the sourcing of materials and the production of parts within your supply chain via time-stamped and geo-tagged transactions added to an immutable ledger.

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K"LINE LOGISTICS LTD

Established as a company in October 1960, "K"Line Air Service (KLAS) has experienced continual growth. We appreciate your guidance and strong support during these past years. KLAS Japan has taken a step forward as part of a new company, established July 1st, 2006. "K"Line Air Service and "K"Logistics Corp. have merged together forming a new "K"Line group company named "K" LINE LOGISTICS.

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Is a 3PL right for your business?

Infographic | April 20, 2021

Third-party logistics providers typically specialize in integrated operations of warehousing and transportation services that can be scaled and customized to customers needs, based on market conditions, to meet the demands and delivery service requirements for their products. A provider of such integrated services is referenced as a third-party supply chain management provider (3PSCM), or as a supply chain management service provider (SCMSP). 3PL targets particular functions within supply management, such as warehousing, transportation, or raw material provision. Services often extend beyond logistics to include value-added services related to the production or procurement of goods, such as services that integrate parts of the supply chain.

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THE DIGITAL LINK TO SUPPLY CHAIN

Infographic | January 3, 2020

Digital technologies drive efficiency of supply chain operations. Digital collaboration enables Zara to design, produce and deliver new apparel to stores in 14 days compared to 9 months for competition. Digital Technologies 11 Ensure Data Consistency Electron, Data Interchange platform helped Levi Strauss & Co. to reduce manual tracking and tracing of inbound shipments by 98%.

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How Blockchain Can Help the Logistics Industry

Infographic | December 6, 2019

India's logistics industry will be worth USD 215 billion by 2020. A significant portion of it is still dependent on manual paperwork. A large number of companies and contractors can lead to delays, lost forms or late approvals. A transparent and decentralised digital ledger system that tracks changes in possession and ownership of goods in real-time.

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Co-creation enables business transformation led by RPA for leading logistics company

Infographic | December 23, 2019

Revenue leakage: blocked working capital. Manual F&A operations with limited audit checks, compliance & control. Siloed technology systems & fragmented operations. Establishing Center of Excellence to standardize & centralize operations. Deploying Robotics & Digital Automation TRAC to identify revenue leakage. Designing & implementing risk compliance framework.

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INVESTING IN SUPPLY CHAIN PREPAREDNESS

Infographic | March 23, 2020

from complex emergencies to sudden onset responses, recent cooperative studies tri HELP Logistics, Kuehne Logistics University. Action Contre la Faim France, Global Logistics Cluster, If RC, Save the Childern International and INICEF, show just how important preparedness action can be across die humanitarian supply chain.

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What Is Wasted Motion Costing Your Warehouse?

Infographic | February 3, 2020

According to the US Census Bureau: There are roughly 957,000 U.S. Warehouse Workers. The Average Warehouse Worker Wastes -8 Minutes Per Hour Walking To Printers & Computers. That's the distance from NYC to Atlanta in wasted motion! Eliminate it with Mobile Powered Workstations.

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K"LINE LOGISTICS LTD

Established as a company in October 1960, "K"Line Air Service (KLAS) has experienced continual growth. We appreciate your guidance and strong support during these past years. KLAS Japan has taken a step forward as part of a new company, established July 1st, 2006. "K"Line Air Service and "K"Logistics Corp. have merged together forming a new "K"Line group company named "K" LINE LOGISTICS.

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