One third of the energy consumed in the United States is by the manufacturing sector. Ninety percent of the manufacturing sector are small- and medium-sized businesses, or SMM, that use about half of the energy consumed in manufacturing. Electrical demand, also known as...
Concerns over the financial health of Chinese businesses have pushed supply chain risk up for the third consecutive quarter, according to the latest CIPS Risk Index.
If the past were to repeat itself, supply chains of the future will evolve in line with the global trends that are fueling the economy, and transforming society and culture, says David Telford, senior director, Sector Group and industry partner lead, Qlik. Often described...
A majority of manufacturers fail to either implement or leverage important technological advancements that can help them capitalize on the economic recovery, according to a new survey from Sikich LLP. Given the majority of respondents who identified supply chain management...
Supply Chain Risk Management is a complex problem that even highly sophisticated organizations — like the Department of Defense — struggle to address. But while finding a silver bullet solution to eliminate your organization’s supply chain vulnerabilities...
Earlier this week a new bill, the Business Supply Chain Transparency on Trafficking and Slavery Act of 2015, was introduced. The bill requires public companies with over $100 million in global gross receipts to publicly disclose any measures to prevent human trafficking,...
Companies should view supply chain visibility as a journey — not as a single, overarching project but as a series of smaller initiatives with greater overall visibility as the final goal. Because supply chain visibility generally carries a long lead time to show return-on-investment,...
Subscribe to Supply Chain Weekly
|State / Province:|
|Zip / Postal Code:|
|Are you a member of ISM?||Yes No|