Build a Socially Connected Supply Chain to Thrive Amid Disruption

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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 adoption of the “Initial International Maritime Organization (IMO) Strategy on Reduction of Greenhouse Gas
(GHG) Emissions from Ships” by IMO Resolution MEPC.304(72) in April 2018 demonstrates IMO’s commitment to
support the Paris Agreement. The IMO strategy includes initial targets to reduce (as compared to 2008 levels) the
average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per “transport work” by at least 40 percent by 2030, aiming to pursue 70 percent
reduction by 2050; and an ambition to reduce the total annual GHG emissions from shipping by at least 50 percent by
2050. Technical approaches, operational approaches and alternative fuels may be used to achieve these goals.

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Unlock visibility into your upstream supply chain

Communicating across the inbound supply chain is more complex than ever. Supply chains are more global, involve more parties, and goods move across more modes of transport – manual processes to manage them are becoming too complicated to continue. Lack of technology-enabled real-time visibility may result in higher inventory levels, increased working capital costs, longer cycle time, delayed deliveries, decreasing customer satisfaction, and more.
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Betting Big on Blockchain For Supply Chain

Supply & Demand Chain Executive

Blockchain technology is quickly emerging as the silver bullet for many supply chain challenges. It’s helping reduce risk by verifying documentation and employees to prevent fictitious pickups, tracking and tracing the movement of physical goods through the supply chain, and overhauling the processes and timelines for accessing trade finance and managing AR and AP. Surveys reveal that supply chain executives are highly interested in the potential for blockchain technology and are exploring the next steps for their organizations. Join SDCE and an expert panel in a roundtable discussion on blockchain technology that is sure to generate actionable take-aways.
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Market Insights Live! Ask the Experts

Make more informed supply chain decisions with timely freight market insights that help mitigate risks and avoid disruptions. Ask your toughest market questions and find out how to handle even the most challenging, volatile shipping conditions.
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Warehouse Automation

Oracle and NetSuite

A shrinking labor force, high real estate and facility costs, and the never-ending quest for improved throughput, accuracy and cost control continue to drive investments in warehouse automation. Yet, investments are often steep and flexibility and scalability are sometimes compromised. Join a roundtable discussion on the latest trends in warehouse automation.
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Spotlight

The adoption of the “Initial International Maritime Organization (IMO) Strategy on Reduction of Greenhouse Gas
(GHG) Emissions from Ships” by IMO Resolution MEPC.304(72) in April 2018 demonstrates IMO’s commitment to
support the Paris Agreement. The IMO strategy includes initial targets to reduce (as compared to 2008 levels) the
average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per “transport work” by at least 40 percent by 2030, aiming to pursue 70 percent
reduction by 2050; and an ambition to reduce the total annual GHG emissions from shipping by at least 50 percent by
2050. Technical approaches, operational approaches and alternative fuels may be used to achieve these goals.

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