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

Safe, quality products earn the trust of the consumer. This trust is easily lost in the event of product recall due to contamination. Many issues contributing to food recalls are a result of supply chain controls that have failed, with effective supply chain management being a common issue in the industry. Although the initial cost of a recall can be determined, the long term impact from damage to brand and organizational reputation may be difficult to regain.

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Company-Building: How Private Equity Firms Are Disrupting and Transforming Transportation and Logistics

FreightWaves

Third-party logistics (3PL) providers are becoming increasingly attractive investments for private equity firms. Supply chains are vital to the global economy, the market is extremely fragmented, and there is currently an inefficient use of technology assets, leaving a great deal of opportunity for potentially lucrative investments in 3PLs that serve middle-market customers given their potential for expansion within the industry.
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Managing Color in Complex Packaging Supply Chains

business review webinars

If you or your company looks to improve the consistency of printed packaging in the market, reduce time-to-market for new graphic packaging and products, simplify the churn and expense of print approvals, and increase bandwidth within graphics management resources, please join us for this discussion with Jay Sperry from HAVI Global Solutions.Packaging makes a first impression. Packaging engages with the target consumer; both before and after the product is purchased. Printed graphics on packaging not only informs and activates key product messaging, when executed correctly they establish the products quality position, and enforce the brand and product experience. Packaging is a manufacturing process, driven by efficiencies and cost management, with a supply chain that is diverse in capabilities, regions, print methods and substrates.
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Logistics for Nonprofits: 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Shipping Goods

Flexport

It is estimated that 60-80% of the global humanitarian aid spend is related to logistics services. Whether you are a shipper or receiver of goods, international trade is fraught with complexity, particularly for nonprofits. From quoting & documentation, to managing exceptions & tax exemptions, there are key details that can make or break your shipment process.In this webinar, the Flexport.org team will discuss common pitfalls for nonprofits and share best practices for managing international shipments.
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Solving Your Toughest Trucking Problems

Transport Topics

Tenstreet’s Joe Franco, Director of Strategic Sales and Enablement, will guide you through a live demonstration and show you how you can see huge gains in efficiency by using Tenstreet’s solutions in driver marketing, recruiting, onboarding, and managing.
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Spotlight

Safe, quality products earn the trust of the consumer. This trust is easily lost in the event of product recall due to contamination. Many issues contributing to food recalls are a result of supply chain controls that have failed, with effective supply chain management being a common issue in the industry. Although the initial cost of a recall can be determined, the long term impact from damage to brand and organizational reputation may be difficult to regain.

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