Align Supply Chain Performance to Customer Outcomes

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Chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) must work more closely with commercial leaders to align supply chain performance to the required customer outcomes. Supply chain leaders today need to deliver more than one supply chain response to properly serve unique market segments with different demand characteristics and competitive service requirements. This adds operating complexity, and supply chain leaders struggle to align with commercial leaders on the right balance between standardization to achieve scale and differentiation to optimize alignment with demand. This complimentary webinar looks at how CSCOs and their teams can better align their supply chain operating model, performance and targets with commercial strategies and the required customer outcomes.
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Spotlight

The demands of running global supply chains are more challenging than ever. Cargo transportation
and logistics have always been complex, but now the industry must also manage key market trends:
 Global transport disruptions caused by pandemics, earthquakes and other natural disasters,
accidents, geopolitics, cyberattacks, and demand peaks create severe supply chain congestions at
global and local level.

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Cross-Border Shipping: How 3PLs Are Evolving to Address the Current Shipping Climate

FreightWaves

Cross-border business is continuing to increase, with 2018 seeing both historic levels and growing issues within the shipping industry, particularly with northbound business from Mexico. However, as manufacturing remains strong and business continues to grow, complexities are also heightened due to the current political climate. In addition, a significant imbalance exists, with seven trucks heading north from Mexico to the U.S. for every one truck moving south. And with news of major U.S. carriers pulling out of the marketplace, capacity issues are further compounded.
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Webinar : "Full visibility higher efficiency and connectivity for your yard with SAP Yard Logistics"

Westernacher

In logistics and order fulfilment, a yard is the link between the distribution and transportation of goods and the warehouse. With the rising importance of e-commerce and supply chains focusing on customer-centricity, increasing the speed of fulfilment is the greatest challenge in logistics.
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Identifying Buyers In The Supply Chain

Transportation Marketing and Sales Association

In today’s ultra-competitive global transportation market, it’s imperative that you (as a transportation solution provider) know exactly who you’re selling to. This may sound simple, but it isn’t easy.Focusing your message and value proposition on the correct buyers is more difficult than ever. Each year, the transportation industry suddenly changes. In the past, freight purchasing decisions were left to one buyer (often the dock or warehouse employee), and we focused our selling time there. However, as companies seek total supply chain solutions, they require several new “buyers” into the once simple decision making process.
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Build a Socially Connected Supply Chain to Thrive Amid Disruption

Companies today invest in end-to-end collaboration, agility and resilience to build supply chains that can handle the pressing issues in a volatile world. Yet, however big the challenges in physical or technical infrastructure, supply chains face an equal challenge with people collaborating, making quick decisions and persisting in the face of difficult situations. Companies must reconsider how their supply chains perform and transform to succeed in this new normal. This complimentary webinar explores the critical questions supply chain executives must address to ensure their supply chains can be resilient and innovative amid disruption.
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Spotlight

The demands of running global supply chains are more challenging than ever. Cargo transportation
and logistics have always been complex, but now the industry must also manage key market trends:
 Global transport disruptions caused by pandemics, earthquakes and other natural disasters,
accidents, geopolitics, cyberattacks, and demand peaks create severe supply chain congestions at
global and local level.

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