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GS1 US launches cross-industry blockchain discussion group
GS1 members, experts to kick off monthly discussion of how GS1 standards support blockchain use, November 28-29 in Chicago.
Tank officer rises to run Army logistics unit
Rutner is a different kind of tanker.
DB Schenker honors Hispanic employees
To mark National Hispanic Heritage Month, the global logistics service company salutes five female Hispanic executives for their contributions to the organization.
Throwing out the babies with the bathwater
President Trump is bent on strong-arming the Chinese on trade, even if it means breaking the arms of those he purports to help.
APICS launches supply chain professionals group
Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) lands $5 million grant to help improve public health supply chains in Africa.
Nike, Amazon, and IBM place the customer at the center of the supply chain
In the opening session of the Council of Supply Chain Management's EDGE Conference, top executives emphasize how they are designing their supply chains to be "customer obsessed."
Ability awareness: interview with Tom Minich
While many would consider disabilities a liability, Peckham Inc. embraces employees with disabilities as the key to its success as an organization.
Trade wars will mean supply chain pain
In its attempt to bring China to heel, the administration could do great harm to U.S. importers and their supply chain partners.
Survey: Penn State Univ. offers top supply chain graduate degree
Gartner study also finds industry paychecks on the rise, with average starting salary for an MBA with a supply chain concentration at $88,935.
Rolling out a new product? Consult your supply chain team first
An estimated 80 to 90 percent of new product launches fail. A new study suggests that's partly because businesses overlook the supply chain in their planning.

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