How would you summarize the supply chain in 2021 in five words?

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December 07, 2021 | By Katrina Arabe Tags: Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing, Logistics A never-ending game of whack-a-mole. —Brian Higgins Principal, Supply Chain & Operations Leader KPMG CHAOS: Challenging Hectic Absurd Obscure Somber —Jeff Pepperworth President & CEO iGPS Logistics Scale matters for everything shortages. Home Depot, Walmart, […]

We Won’t Be Fooled Again: The Enterprise Perspective

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January 31, 2022 | By Merrill Douglas Tags: Risk Management, Manufacturing, Big Data In today’s tough supply chain environment, companies are spinning big-picture solutions that will keep them on the charts now and for the long play. The pandemic has made people question some of the basic assumptions of their […]

You Won’t Get Fooled Again

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January 31, 2022 | By Keith Biondo Tags: Risk Management, Technology , Supply Chain Keith Biondo is the publisher of Inbound Logistics magazine. Sometimes a kick in the pants is a step forward. The past two years have certainly been kicking it, and not in a good way for many […]

Take Control of Your Imports – Save Time and Money

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March 23, 2022 | By Robert J. Schott Tags: Ocean, Ports, Import Importers can mitigate supply chain disruption and the resulting escalation of costs by taking control of their shipments at origin and moving their goods more strategically. The impact on Americans from supply chain disruption is ubiquitous and, despite […]

18 Quick Tips For 2022

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January 31, 2022 No tags available Looks like 2022 will be fraught with many of the same challenges as last year. But IL has your back. We collected 18 tips from our audience—the leaders in logistics—to help you navigate with certainty. 1. Collect data insights. 2021 was a frenetic year […]

What Does the Labor Shortage Mean for Your Supply Chain?

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May 05, 2022 | By Robert Kriewaldt Tags: 3PL, Trucking, Warehousing, Demand Planning, E-commerce Labor shortages exacerbate supply chain issues, creating a perfect storm for disruption. Here’s why it’s happening and what to do about it. While the pandemic gets the brunt of the blame for ongoing supply chain disruptions, […]

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