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Sep 13

2012

Where Is the Risk? - A Look into Supply Chain Risk Management

Posted: Sep 13, 2012

Risk management has been a constant supply chain topic this year, and it’s no surprise-- cataclysmic events have affected many countries in recent times, like the earthquake that shook Japan and the tsunami in Thailand. Natural disasters happen, and they tend to put companies with part of their supply chain in those nations to the test. For some, these events meant...

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Sep 06

2012

The Necessity of Logistics & Freight Auditing Companies in a Global eCommerce World

Posted: Sep 06, 2012

In a span of less than two decades, the Internet has managed to completely change the way we buy and sell goods and services. Can you recall a time when you couldn’t just hop on your computer and buy tickets to an event, apply for a job or even calculate shipping costs? If it seems like a hazy memory, that’s probably because we are a...

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Aug 29

2012

Reduce Shipping Costs by Looking at your Shipping Invoice

Posted: Aug 29, 2012

The economy is still slowly recovering, and many businesses are still trying to do their best and make the most profit as possible. Some businesses are contending with harsh decisions like cutting personnel or services that may be very crucial and difficult to move on without. The good news is that there are efficient and guaranteed ways to go about creating savings without having to make these...

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Aug 22

2012

Helping the Supply Chain with Sustainable Ideas

Posted: Aug 22, 2012

As the world continues to evolve with new technology, it also brings forth new challenges to businesses and their supply chains.  Luckily, there are many interesting methods and ideas to help the supply chain become more efficient and cost-effective as well as forward-thinking in terms of it’s impact on the world.  One way to be both helpful and cost-savings is to make sure to think of sust...

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Aug 17

2012

The Consequences of the USPS Fallout

Posted: Aug 17, 2012

News headlines are always full of doom and gloom when concerning the US Postal Service (USPS) and with probably good cause.  The USPS’ revenue has steadily been declining since 2001 with the advent of email and technology.  Even with more optimization and efficiency measures along with layoffs and office closings, the USPS lost nearly $3 billion per quarter in 2011 and even more in 2012 as ...

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