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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How Electric Trucks, Big Data & Connectivity are Changing the Freight Industry

The SmartWay Freight Matters

E-commerce, technology acceleration and increasing demand are driving the freight industry to innovate, address changing customer expectations, improve freight productivity and achieve greater supply chain efficiency. To stay ahead, companies are collaborating with logistics service providers and vehicle and equipment manufacturers to invest in solutions that will help move their products and supplies as quickly, safely and efficiently as possible. This one-hour recording provides insights into technology’s growing influence on transportation and the emergence of electric trucks in last mile, less-than-truckload, and long-haul deliveries. It will help you understand the impact of these changes on the efficiency and sustainability of your company’s freight operations, today, and in the future.
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Blockchain in Supply Chain, Transport & Logistics in Asia

Global Supply Chain Council

For both brands, merchants and retailers, the path to online orders across borders is still a bumpy one. Cross-border deliveries still mean back-office administrative headaches including still major bottleneck with the customs, unexpected duties and taxes, currency conversion issues, increasing risk of fraud and deliveries delays and more.
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How Do You Build Your Final Mile?

FreightWaves

Customers heightened demands such as white glove delivery and fast shipping times have changed expectations for shippers dramatically. Many companies are struggling to figure out how to compete with large, successful companies like Amazon, who have raised the bar for shipping excellence. In addition, shippers and third-party logistics (3PL) providers must deal with a highly fragmented carrier market, often working with multiple carriers in any given market to meet special demands. In addition, maintaining communication across these relationships is a struggle, and gaining visibility across the shipping process only adds to the complexity of this landscape.
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Igniting Sustainability Change Through Intel's Supply Chain

APQC

In this on-demand recording of a March 2018 webinar, learn how companies are undertaking the daunting challenge of driving improved sustainability within their supply chains. Intel has been on the journey transforming its supply chain into a global model for responsible sourcing practices for well over a decade. Jocelyn Cascio from Intel shares insights illustrating how they have integrated sustainability and showcases how they achieved results.
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