Modern Materials Handling
Pallets do the same job as ever, but the nature of that job is changing. Pallet management practices are shifting toward an emphasis on reusability as more companies establish in-house pallet pools. The cost-per-use equation is also including more factors, while providers of pallets and services are adapting their approaches to meet customer demands.
Customers, employees and partners increasingly expect companies to strive for more than just profit and shareholder value. They want to do business with purpose-driven enterprises that generate long-term durable profits while always making a positive societal impact. The supply chain can play a central role in this evolving new mission. This complimentary webinar will help supply chain executives take a more prominent role in enabling the purpose-driven enterprise by connecting customers to products, amplifying enterprise purpose through collaboration, and developing a purpose-driven culture. We also look at why metrics and the purpose-action gap can pose barriers to enabling enterprise purpose.
Supply Chain Management Review
Machine Learning and AI are changing our lives as consumers, and now they are making rapid inroads in business. How can you harness the business value of AI and not fall for the hype? In this webinar Seth Lippincott will apply Nucleus Research’s value methodology and explain how one company overcame challenges of a managing a complex supply chain hampered by poor vertical integration, to coordinate an entire ecosystem of suppliers, distribution and raw materials using an intelligent network.
Listen to Clinton DeSouza, Director of Public Health at Imperial Logistics, as he discusses how Imperial Logistics is leveraging One Network to provide an end-to-end fulfillment backbone spanning their entire distribution process for essential medical supplies, including serialization and authentication of HIV and antimalarial drugs.