Achieving Transparency and Cost-Efficiency in the Supply Chain

FreightWaves

The freight and logistics space is rapidly evolving. Automation, technology and business intelligence have increased the capabilities of modern logistics companies and the expectations of end users. These advancements are largely advertised to push freight and logistics to new heights, providing companies with more efficiency in their daily operations and making it easier to ensure their customers' success.
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Spotlight

Autonomous shipping is set to revolutionize work in the maritime industry not by replacing humans on board vessels but by augmenting their cognitive capabilities to enhance the ship operators’ potential. As an example, the challenges are considered
faced by the officer of the watch, who is responsible for ensuring a safe navigation of the vessel whilst keeping a watch on the bridge. Not only must she or he contend with working shifts and periods of fatigue and boredom, but also with spells on the bridge during which the outlook is impaired by darkness, fog or challenging weather.

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Putting safety back where it belongs

Lloyd's List - Maritime Intelligence

Shipping’s commitment to fulfil climate change obligations has had an unintended consequence: continuing investment to enhance safety is often a secondary consideration. History teaches us that accidents and incidents rise when competing issues – such as new technology or emissions reduction – take over management time and effort.Shipping is one of the most dangerous activities in transportation, so safety must be placed first at every level of an organisation. What’s getting in the way and why?
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Tackle Supply Chain Disruptors by Collaborating Within Your Logistics Ecosystem

Logistics and supply chain leaders face an unprecedented level of disruptors that significantly impact performance, cost and service to their customers and consumers. Challenges such as imbalanced freight networks, tightening capacity, unprecedented rates, labor shortages and global geopolitical crises likely will continue into 2023. This complimentary webinar will help supply chain leaders address these challenges by leveraging better collaboration in their logistics ecosystem. You will hear how your peer supply chain executives overcome extreme performance and service challenges.
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How to Measure Supply Chain Performance Using KPI Tier-Based Thresholds

Arkieva

Are you looking to fine-tune, completely overhaul, or perhaps simply begin setting up effective supply chain performance KPIs and monitoring processes? Join Arkieva Dashboarding Expert and Senior Supply Chain Consultant, Justin Evilsizor during this interactive webinar session focused on how to use data alerts to improve your supply chain performance response. This webinar will feature a quick overview on how to create a tier-based alert monitoring system, as well as, how to establish thresholds for escalating and solving issues to reduce disruptions.
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Climate change: beyond mitigation - how can we safeguard supply chains and ensure security of supply for customers?

European Freight Leaders Forum

Starting with insight into how shippers are thinking about climate change and whether it is impacting their decisions, we then welcome logistics specialist Alan McKinnon and Head of Climate Impact Team Christoph Matulla to explain what meteorology can tell us about the nature and extent of climate change in simple and clear terms. How vulnerable will our supply chains be to climate change? How can we protect our logistics assets and infrastructure across all modes? Can we develop holistic climate resilience strategies for freight transport?
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Spotlight

Autonomous shipping is set to revolutionize work in the maritime industry not by replacing humans on board vessels but by augmenting their cognitive capabilities to enhance the ship operators’ potential. As an example, the challenges are considered
faced by the officer of the watch, who is responsible for ensuring a safe navigation of the vessel whilst keeping a watch on the bridge. Not only must she or he contend with working shifts and periods of fatigue and boredom, but also with spells on the bridge during which the outlook is impaired by darkness, fog or challenging weather.

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