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Lean and green in the Netherlands
A Dutch carbon-reduction initiative has had positive effects on the environment throughout Europe.
The year of living disruptively
2017 is shaping up to be a tipping point when it comes to disruptive technologies. And not in the way you're probably thinking.
Michigan school wins supply chain challenge
Business students from Grand Valley State University solve tricky logistics problems.
Fun and games in the supply chain
Everyone knows our work is deadly serious, with enterprise survival hanging in the balance. That's precisely why we need to step back and look for the humor in our workaday world.
Return to sender
As in the past, returns may be the undoing of many dot-com retailers.
Mission control: interview with Sheila Benny
Optricity's Sheila Benny has made it her personal mission to give back to the supply chain community through mentoring young people and leading an industry association.
What shoppers want ... and what it means for you
How consumers shop and buy is driving change in logistics at a dizzying pace.
A new administration may mean major change across supply chain
A more business-friendly climate could slow regulatory oversight, be a boon to infrastructure, and reverse favorable union laws. Yet trade would likely suffer.
Three ways to make omnichannel affordable
Retailers strive to meet customer expectations in the age of Amazon without breaking the bank on omnichannel fulfillment.
Study: Multitasking DCs deliver the goods for omnichannel retailers
Three-quarters of retailers fulfill orders from multiple channels at a single DC, according to our fourth annual omnichannel fulfillment survey.

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