Walmart, Target and Home Depot worst among US importers for emissions
Retail leviathan Walmart was 2021’s highest emitter of carbon among importers to the US by ...
Target, followings its supply chain disasters, is looking to get back in the game and take on the e-tailers. It has hired an Amazon supply chain executive and plans to spend as much as $2.5bn a year by 2017 on technology and supply chain initiatives. The plan appears to be quite simple: speed up the delivery of online purchases while keeping the shelves stocked. That part is not rocket science, but the devil is in the detail…
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