7 technologies in supply chain

August 17, 2019

Accuracy is a vital part of effective supply chain management, but it's also an area where fulfillment centers struggle. Technology offers a solution for improved accuracy and increased revenue. Companies that are fully-integrated with automation are outpacing non-integrated companies by 20% in revenue-generation.

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Asciano

We are the region’s largest combined rail and cargo ports operator, bringing together the strength of Pacific National’s rail operations and Patrick’s ports, stevedoring and logistics businesses. With an annual turnover of $4 billion and 8,500 full time employees across Australia and New Zealand, the Asciano group of companies forms the backbone of Australia and New Zealand’s trade, handling and hauling the millions of tonnes of agricultural and resource commodities, retail goods, manufacturing products, construction and other materials that keep the region’s economy, businesses and households running.

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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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Supply chain planning

Infographic | January 27, 2020

Supply chain management software is segmented into planning components and execution components. Planning are activities such as developing demands forecasts, establishing the supplies, planning and scheduling manufacturing operations, and developing key performance metrics to ensure efficient and cost effective operations.

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Creating an Integrated Supply Chain in Retail Grocery

Infographic | January 3, 2020

With the ongoing expansion of online retail, consumers want more convenience and a wider selection of fresh products, which have shorter shelf lives—putting more pressure on the entire supply chain. This pressure is pushing retailers' cost and service metrics in the wrong direction and boosting tension between retailers and their CPG suppliers. But what if they dealt with this pressure by looking at the supply chain together and using digital tools to collaborate.

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How to Manage Your Supply Chain

Infographic | December 11, 2019

Effective produce software integrates seamlessly with your shopfloor systems to offer complete product movement visibility from farm to fork. Here's how streamlined operations should look throughout the supply chain process. Fenn Label/Package Record harvest Print PTI dates and compliant locations for GSI and GTIN each item barcodes

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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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International Shipping Maritime, Air and Rail Industries Proactively Address Environmental Impacts

Infographic | April 10, 2020

International regulations for moving freight by ship and air are aligned to the goal of limiting sulfur and carbon emissions. International shippers need to be aware of new and upcoming regulations to make appropriate decisions for their businesses — or get the expert help they need. Meanwhile, railways have partnered with ports to promote emission-reducing intermodal rail.

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Spotlight

Asciano

We are the region’s largest combined rail and cargo ports operator, bringing together the strength of Pacific National’s rail operations and Patrick’s ports, stevedoring and logistics businesses. With an annual turnover of $4 billion and 8,500 full time employees across Australia and New Zealand, the Asciano group of companies forms the backbone of Australia and New Zealand’s trade, handling and hauling the millions of tonnes of agricultural and resource commodities, retail goods, manufacturing products, construction and other materials that keep the region’s economy, businesses and households running.

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