Emerging supply chain risk trends for 2022. And How to Adapt

Emerging supply chain risk trends
This in-depth briefing will cover what to expect from continuing supply chain risks, including increasing regulations, risk convergence, and risk evolution. Plus, a look at other challenges on the horizon, including shifts in trade policy that may contribute to further disruptions, the influence of consumer behavior and automation, and lingering Covid-related impacts. It also discusses a new organizational approach to supply chain risk, which suggests key future areas on which to focus, such as the need for end-to-end risk assessments, heightened verification, and new ways to communicate more efficiently throughout the supply chain
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TRANSIT STRATEGIES TO MEET CLIMATE GOALS

Cutting greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, which account for 29 percent of total emissions in the United States, is going to take a multifaceted approach. Leveraging public transit networks is an important part of that strategy. While the COVID pandemic has slashed ridership and posed looming financial problems for transit operations, it’s also providing an opportunity to rethink regional transportation networks to adapt transit to changing travel patterns. Join Eno to learn how regions are deploying new incentives, policies, and tools to make transit a leading part of sustainable mobility.
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How to Build a Fleet Safety Culture. And Why.

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In 2016, large trucks were involved in 475,000 total crashes that resulted in approximately 180,000 injuries and 4,564 fatalities. Although large truck crash rates are much lower than historical averages, the rate of injury and fatal crashes has risen during the 2010-to-2016 time frame.One of the most effective ways for fleets to reduce crash rates is to create an enhanced positive safety culture. Although changing culture within a fleet is difficult, it can be done.
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Supply Chain Design for the next decade: Redesign today to meet tomorrow's needs

In the not-so-distant past, supply chain design seemed simpler. Deliveries went to predictable locations, supply networks were stable, and for the most part, delivery windows were generous. That's history. The shutdown of the global economy in the spring of 2020 unleashed a tsunami of e-commerce orders and pent-up demand. Add to that political disruptions, tariffs, shortages of people, assets, resources and supplies and manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers are rethinking what happens inside their facilities, as well as where distribution and order fulfillment activities take place to better serve the customer.
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HOW TO USE THE NETWORK EFFECT TO OPTIMIZE VALUE ACROSS YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK

In this webinar, Joe Bellini (One Network Enterprises) explains how you can leverage network effects at scale, within your operations and across trading partners. Learn how you too can radically simplify and streamline your supply chain planning and execution, to improve service levels and reduce operating costs. In addition, you will learn how is this truly different from the systems that you currently operate in and why you cannot tackle today’s supply chain challenges without a network approach.
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