Blockchain in Supply Chains

You might have heard of something called Bitcoin, a digital currency enabled by blockchain technology. But what the heck is blockchain exactly? How does it work? Why should you care?
Blockchain is a novel digital information technology that is expected to revolutionize the way transactional data is recorded and stored. And according to the Institute for the Future, blockchain will reinvent how business transactions happen and potentially disrupt all parts of the supply chain and logistics in every sector over the next decade. After we introduce the blockchain technology, smart contracts and an explanation about the difference between “public” and “enterprise” blockchain, some real-life examples of the most important blockchain based projects in transport, logistic and supply chain manangement will be shared.
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Cutting carbon emissions in humanitarian logistics

Humanitarian Logistics Association

Logistics provider GEODIS is providing a free 40 minute webinar for HLA on the subject of reducing carbon emissions in humanitarian logistics. The webinar will include three speakers from GEODIS, a presentation of their eco transit measuring tool and a short interactive quiz.
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The Ultimate Inbound Logistics Management Best Practices Guide

Cerasis

In the webinar we covered the following material around best practices for inbound logistics management: The 45 to 60 minute webinar on how to combine both technology and expertise to tackle ever increasing inbound freight costs will cover the following material
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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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How to Solve The Unique Challenges of Multi-Carrier Parcel Shipping

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With the help of Transportation Management Systems, shippers have been able to optimize their freight transportation strategy worldwide.But global parcel shipping isnt the same as freight.Global parcel shipping requires multiple carriers. Its the last mile in multiple distribution models. Its under pressure to meet same-day and next-day delivery expectations.
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