Supply Chain


UPS helps to simplify international shipping for SMB customers with website upgrade

By Kasun Illankoon Feb 2 2020 / Construction Business News UPS has launched a significant upgrade to its shipping website, www.ups.com, by making the process of creating an international shipment smarter and easier for its small and medium business (SMB) customers in 116 countries, including 36 countries in the Indian subcontinent, Middle East and Africa (ISMEA). “With SMEs contributing over 40% of GDP in emerging economies, there is no...

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SPONSORED CONTENT: Digital Disruption – exploring the Collaboration Conundrum

SPONSORED CONTENT: Digital Disruption – exploring the Collaboration Conundrum

By Richard Clayton, Chief Correspondent Dec 6 2019 / Lloyd’s loading List Logistics businesses have come late to the digital era. The sector is plagued with legacy systems and processes politely described by external observers as “out-dated”. Senior management is split between those who understand the tremendous potential of analysing customer data and those who are waiting until a solution becomes unavoidable. The way forward is through collaboration but...

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Resilience360 Research Reveals 66% of Global Manufacturing Customers Have Been Impacted by the U.S.-China Trade War

Resilience360 Research Reveals 66% of Global Manufacturing Customers Have Been Impacted by the U.S.-China Trade War

By Will Haraway Dec 3 2019 / Resilience360 TROISDORF, Germany, Dec. 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Resilience360 has released the results of a customer survey launched to assess the impact of the U.S.-China trade war for companies with global manufacturing networks. Among other findings, the results revealed that two-thirds (66%) of the nearly 300 customer respondents have been impacted by the business disruptions and significant operational challenges presented to...

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