Transpac shippers struggle to trust carriers now 'learning from their mistakes'
Ocean carriers attending the S&P Global TPM conference in Long Beach this week are owning ...
The famous UPS advert – We Love Logistics – was only the beginning of the supply chain sector’s engagement with the wider public, it would appear. This blog argues that making the supply chain backbone of an organisation more visible to consumers is quickly becoming a competitive advantage. An old adage suggested that supply chain management was an internal function, the thesis here is that by bringing supply chains out in the open there are even more efficiency gains to be won.
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