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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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Wednesday, June 8 11 a.m. EST Managing the complexity of the multitier supply chains while increasing geographic expanse of markets and the ensuring regulatory compliance is a well-acknowledged challenge faced by organizations today. However,...

source: ISM

Thursday, May 26 11:30 a.m. EST There are some fundamental characteristics and differences between direct and indirect expenditures. Procurement professionals involved in direct materials typically exercise some control and ownership with responsibility, authority and...

source: ISM

The world is once again teetering on the brink of a global health crisis. A Yellow Fever outbreak has been reported in Angola, which has already killed 277 people since December, and there are fears that it could become a global emergency due to the fact that vaccinations...

source: Procurement Leaders

The recent Momentum 2016 conference held by Manhattan Associates in Orlando, Florida, was a great opportunity to catch up on the latest developments in supply chain solutions and strategies. Here are three especially important retail supply chain trends uncovered and explained...

source: RetailingToday

Pay and benefits are no longer enough to ensure employee engagement. Though they create a solid foundation, you also need to consider the well-being of your employees. Even that will not be enough. Many other aspects of your business will factor into engagement as well:...

source: EBN

Logistics and supply chain managers are getting smarter ... at least when it comes to using software intelligence to run their supply chains. Sixty-five percent of the respondents to this year's survey on supply chain software usage said they now use software for analysis....

source: DC Velocity

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