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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The Media & Entertainment (M&E) industry has been in a state of disruption for the past 15 years. Digital technology, such as file sharing, social sites, online advertising, and electronic books, have wreaked havoc on traditional business models. The first segment to feel the sting of technology disruption was the music industry in the early 2000s. The emergence of digital music files or MP3s that could be shared or sold— legally or illegally—blew up the decades-old business model of recording and distributing music. In half a decade, the music industry saw billions of dollars evaporate with devastating results. Forward-thinking segments of M&E saw what happened to music and took preventative action by adopting new information technology and an innovation imperative now drives strategic planning and decisions. Media companies across the board have decided it’s safer to ride the technology wave than it is to resist and drown in it.

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How to Solve The Unique Challenges of Multi-Carrier Parcel Shipping

Logistics Management

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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How to Build a Fleet Safety Culture. And Why.

Spireon

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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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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Managing Freight Market Volatility Risk: Are Freight Futures Right For You?

FreightWaves

What are Trucking Freight Futures and how can they help my business? Reserve your spot in this informative and complimentary webinar to learn more.The trucking industry is a $726B industry, which is 30% bigger than oil, natural gas and coal combined, and twice the size of the agricultural market. If a product is going somewhere in the U.S., 7 out of 10 times it is getting there on a truck. According to the American Trucking Associations, over 80% of the nation’s freight bill became revenue for the trucking industry - making trucking is one of the largest industries in the U.S.
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Spotlight

The Media & Entertainment (M&E) industry has been in a state of disruption for the past 15 years. Digital technology, such as file sharing, social sites, online advertising, and electronic books, have wreaked havoc on traditional business models. The first segment to feel the sting of technology disruption was the music industry in the early 2000s. The emergence of digital music files or MP3s that could be shared or sold— legally or illegally—blew up the decades-old business model of recording and distributing music. In half a decade, the music industry saw billions of dollars evaporate with devastating results. Forward-thinking segments of M&E saw what happened to music and took preventative action by adopting new information technology and an innovation imperative now drives strategic planning and decisions. Media companies across the board have decided it’s safer to ride the technology wave than it is to resist and drown in it.

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