The report shows that shrinking international capital flows caused global connectedness to dip slightly in 2018.
December 5, 2019
DHL Express, Plantation, Fla., and NYU Stern School of Business, New York, released the 2019 update of the DHL Global Connectedness Index (GCI), which highlights key developments in international flows of capital, trade, information and people.
Major drivers of a digital supply chain include demand for greater visibility and transparency in supply chain data process, faster adoption of IoT, increasing investment in supply chain innovation and rising demand from e-commerce.
December 4, 2019
The next-generation supply chain market is scheduled to reach $75 billion by 2030, up from $32 billion in 2019, according to “Next-Gen Supply Chain Market – Global Forecast to 2030,” a study released by LogisticsIQ, Singapore.
2020 marks a new decade in supply chain management in which operations benefit from increased digitalization, customers benefit from higher levels of service and supply chain organizations benefit from greater diversity in the workforce.
December 3, 2019
DHL Supply Chain shared the three supply chain trends set to have the greatest impact on operations in North America in the coming year.
Three industries were targeted the most by cyberattacks— transportation, where state-sponsored threat actors seek to disrupt the logistical and supply capability of rivals, and banking and legal, which are industries rich with sensitive information.
November 25, 2019
Mimecast Ltd., Lexington, Mass., released its quarterly report, “Threat Intelligence Report: Risk and Resilience Insights,” which provides technical analysis and observations of evolving threats from the Mimecast Threat Center from July to September.
Material handling firms are helping to support more industries as time goes on and the economic impact of this support is widespread.
November 13, 2019
MHI, Charlotte, N.C., collaborated with Oxford Economics, UK, to produce “Handling the US Economy: The Economic Impact of the Material Handling Industry,” a report that explores the relationship between material handling and wider economy of the supply chain.
The NFRA Convention isn’t your typical industry meeting! While there are breakfast speakers, luncheons and a networking reception, most of your time is spent in one-on-one business meetings with the companies of your choice.