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Supply Chain Insights

The purpose of the Lean Supply Chain Professional certificate program is to transform the way supply chain professionals think, act and lead. Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to develop, lead and implement strategic and tactical elements of lean principles in the supply chain. We are committed to building individuals into serious, results-based Lean Supply Chain Professionals.
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The construction supply chain is highly complex diverse and fragmented. On  a large construction project,the number of organizations involved in the supply chain can run into the thousands.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

5 Mistakes to Avoid when Shipping Goods

Flexport

It is estimated that 60-80% of the global humanitarian aid spend is related to logistics services. Whether you are a shipper or receiver of goods, international trade is fraught with complexity, particularly for nonprofits. From quoting & documentation, to managing exceptions & tax exemptions, there are key details that can make or break your shipment process.
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Five Trends Forcing Innovation in Your Supply Chain

MP Objects

Have you felt it? There’s been a seismic shift in power within our economy. Customers are in control and supply chains need to be as agile as the customer wants and needs.This is forcing shippers and logistic service providers to rethink how they serve their B2B & B2C customers. And in an era of faster cycle and shipping times, international expansion and multiple suppliers, that means increased (and sometimes insurmountable) complexity in the supply chain.
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Blockchain in Supply Chain, Transport & Logistics in Asia

Global Supply Chain Council

For both brands, merchants and retailers, the path to online orders across borders is still a bumpy one. Cross-border deliveries still mean back-office administrative headaches including still major bottleneck with the customs, unexpected duties and taxes, currency conversion issues, increasing risk of fraud and deliveries delays and more.
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Developing Automated Driving Systems with MATLAB and Simulink

MathWorks

ADAS and autonomous driving technologies are redefining the automotive industry ranging from daily commutes to commercial haulage. Engineers across the industry use Model-Based Design with MATLAB® and Simulink® to develop their automated driving systems. In this talk facilitated by IMechE, Marc demonstrates how these tools serve as an integrated development environment for the different domains required for automated driving, including perception, sensor fusion, and control design.
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The construction supply chain is highly complex diverse and fragmented. On  a large construction project,the number of organizations involved in the supply chain can run into the thousands.

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