Three Skills We Need to Advance in Logistics

When you’re not 100% in one industry, but instead at the intersection of logistics, freight, and technology, there’s definitely a skill gap and picking just one of these… more

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GEODIS in Ireland announced IEA Logistics Company of the Year

GEODIS in Ireland was awarded Logistics Company of the Year which recognises the outstanding achievement of a company in supporting the growth of Irish exports in the area of logistics… more

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08/12/2015

Logistics Sector Needs 11.7 Million Additional Workforce by 2022

“The rapidly growing logistics sector requires 11.7 million additional workforce by 2022, says a report from National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). The logistics, transportation,… more

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How the Internet of Things Is Improving Transportation and Logistics

Whether by air, ground or sea, transportation and logistics are essential components to many enterprises’ productivity, and access to real-time data is critical.

Many… more

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How to fix 6 costly issues caused by early inventory arrival

As a professional in your company’s supply chain, from procurement to payment, from receiving to packaging, from the manufacturing floor to the executive suite, you feel the effects… more

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Five things every supply chain decision maker should know

By Mike Burnette, Associate Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute, University of Tennessee.

In a previous post, Ted Stank discussed the rush to offshore, highlighting that the… more

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Supply Chain Resolutions for 2015

I’ve already milked the new year thing pretty well, with a couple of summaries of 2014 and then a couple of columns on supply chain predictions from various pundits and analysts. While it is admittedly a bit… more

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