This Supply Chain Matters News Capsule Follow Up reinforces our previous stream of commentaries focused on the steep rise in global transportation costs and the implications of this trend.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides Part Two in a series of postings addressing the important tenets of having a meaningful supply chain analytics roadmap and decision-making capability. Part Two focuses on the people aspects of an advanced analytics capability.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights the globe’s singular largest online shopping event, that being the 2021 China Singles Day shopping festival that occurred this week.
Supply Chain Matters highlights President Biden’s meeting this week with CEOs on the ongoing supply chain bottlenecks impacting holiday consumer fulfillment concerns. We note that added fixes and required efforts are going to take additional months to resolve.
Supply Chain Matters updated news capsule highlights ongoing boom in carrier and logistics services provider profitability levels occurring amid unprecedented supply chain disruption. The need for added focus in overcoming lack of synchronization of supply chain execution movements and information flow.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights developments indicating that large online and brick and mortar retailers are taking more direct control of online and in-store physical warehouse facilities as well as inventory management.
Supply Chain Matters provides a sampling of the monetary and operational implications of ongoing supply chain disruptions occurring at the close of Q3 2021 along with perspectives on the implications to businesses and supply chain management teams.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a recently published survey of how U.S. consumer sentiments associated with ongoing continuous supply chain disruptions are changing buying sentiments and what that implies for brands and their associated supply chain management teams.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a report of a senior executive shuffle that occurred in Walmart’s U.S. business unit just prior to the most important quarter in retail.
Supply Chain Matters commentary, we share some joint perspectives on the soon to be 2021 holiday fulfilment period. That includes what to expect in the coming weeks in terms of supply chain response.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a joint announcement from the National Retail Federation Foundation and the Association for Supply Chain Management Foundation in launching a new warehouse customer fulfillment training certificate.
Rising Transportation Costs and Supply Chain Disruptions Precipitate Revising Sourcing Strategies- Part Two
A two-part Ferrari Research Group Advisory commentary addresses why the groundswell of increased concerns being placed on supply chain disruption along with global and domestic transportation cost inflation will be the accelerant for the rethinking and realignment of industry supply chain sourcing strategies.