The International Brotherhood of Teamsters labor union announced yesterday that 86.3 percent of UPS union workers have now voted to ratify the newly negotiated five-year labor agreement.
Our review of select major retailer’s Q2 financial performance point to added data reflecting economically stressed consumers. They further point to changed online buying trends. Retailers who proactively anticipated such trends and resized their inventory stocks seemed to have fared better.
Supply Chain Matters highlights the upcoming MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics Crossroads 2023 event, along with the opportunity to attend in person at a discounted rate.
Supply Chain Matters highlights global EV automaker Tesla’s investor event held this week including product development, supply chain and production related connotations for a newly unveiled master plan.
Supply Chain Matters highlights the global wide automotive industry’s ongoing supply network and production transformation towards developing and producing electric powered vehicles, by highlighting a recent announcement from Ford Motor Company.
Supply Chain Matters highlights the increasing realities of declining global trade and freight rates that are occurring in the first-half of 2023.
Supply Chain Matters provides a follow-up commercial aircraft supply chain commentary as industry players Airbus, Boeing and GE firm up production plans for 2023.
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Supply Chain Matters highlights SAP SE’s report of 2022 and Q4 financial performance along with an announcement of planned corporate restructuring in 2023 involving headcount reductions.
Supply Chain Matters highlights an update from the IMF indicating that the global economic outlook for 2023 is getting gloomier, especially for Europe.
Supply Chain Matters ponders on EV automaker’s Tesla’s recent quarterly vehicle delivery performance and how a business model developed to challenge existing industry norms was apparently not immune to ongoing global supply chain events.
Supply Chain Matters Founder Bob Ferrari alerts readers to an upcoming podcast episode on the timely topic of instilling supply network resilience featuring a senior executive of one of the globe’s premier contract manufacturers.