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Energy efficiency opportunities in the manufacturing sector

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...

source: By Alan Kelsky
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A new reality drives value chain transformation. From advanced data analytics to how customer experience is shaping the new value chain we can talk about a revolution happening at the heart of the supply chain. The need for an integrated business planning is of paramount...

source: EBN

Looking at the numbers only 24 percent of our recent Supply Chain executive event attendees were women. Yet almost half of graduates coming out of college programs focused on Supply Chain in the U.S. are female. So where are...

source: Gartner Blog Network

The numbers are in, and 2014 was the “best year for the supply chain industry since the Great Recession.” Over the course of the year, the transportation sector grew by 3.6 percent. That was due not thanks to higher rates, but to stronger shipment volumes. Nonetheless,...

source: Trucking Info

E-commerce made it a breeze for a shopper to buy something from the other side of the country. Now, retailers and delivery companies are making it just as easy for shoppers to buy something on the other side of the world. Blogger Shannyn Allan recently saw a $70-plus...

source: The Wall Street Journal

Global supply chains will continue to expand in coming years, but at a slower pace than before, and in ways that follow different patterns, according to a new report from Standard Chartered Bank. Low-cost manufacturing, for example, is...

source: The Wall Street Journal via Manilla Bulletin

SanDisk is a leader in flash storage solutions. This $6.6 billion company garners about two-thirds of its sales from commercial clients–all the smart phone companies buy their flash drives. The other third of their products are sold through retail chains. Kehat...

source: Forbes


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