Learn How To Enhance Your Supply Chain Skills with DDMRP

Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) builds on what you know as a supply chain professional and opens new opportunities for inventory reduction, reducing bullwhip effect, stabilizing your supply chain and improving customer service. DDMRP combines Material Requirements Planning (MRP) and Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP) with the pull and visibility emphases found in Lean and the Theory of Constraints and the variability reduction emphasis of Six Sigma.
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The Future of Supply Chain 2023: Roadmap to Reinvention

Supply chain plans tell us what people are doing, but how do we know if they are doing the right things? In five years, 80% to 90% of all supply chains plan to adopt the key components of four reinventions: commercial innovation, achieving sustainability outcomes, real-time decision execution and human-centric work design.
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improving the traveller experience with real-time planning and incentives

In these uncertain times, one of the keys to bringing travellers back on board public transport is rebuilding trust. Riders need to trust that the transport systems they’ve relied upon in the past are still safe, dependable and efficient. In this webinar, Moovit’s Frank Kopas discussed how agencies can utilise apps as rider engagement tools and gain insights to improve operational plans. Cubic’s Robert Sprogis provided an overview of how municipalities, transport agencies and operators, and large businesses can leverage rewards and incentives to manage travel behaviour and passenger loads. Cubic’s Bonnie Crawford also provided use cases for marrying the rich rider and operational data for improved traveller experiences.
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How to keep up with the logistics evolution


How to Keep Up with the Logistics Evolution, will help you understand the new challenges of managing logistics, ensuring smooth sailing through customs and how to satisfy your end consumers.
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Navigating the New Chinese Import Tariffs


With the proposal to implement a 25% increase to the duties of goods imported from China to the United States, the potential implications are far-reaching and yet to be understood. How those importers think and act in the next few months will be important to their business and supply chain operations. In this webinar, Brenda Espeleta, VP of Customs, will break down everything you need to know as an importer facing the potential new taxes.
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