Software & Tech
Polyurethane Press-on Tires and Load Wheels
June 14, 2011
Uncertain Macroeconomic Environment Weighs on U.S. Food and Beverage M&A Market
M&A activity in the category will likely increase in 2023 if operational challenges can subside soon.
December 19, 2022
Software & Technology
Food Logistics’ Articles Named Finalists of 2022 Logistics Brief MVP Awards
For the third consecutive year, two of Food Logistics’ articles have been selected as finalists in the 2022 Logistics Brief MVP Awards in the Supply Chain and Other categories.
November 15, 2022
Here's What I Learned at the Women in Supply Chain Forum
The 2022 Women in Supply Chain Forum sparked conversations about women in the supply chain and offered a workshop on collaborative problem solving through self-advocacy, communication and collaboration.
November 14, 2022
How Personalized Pricing Can Ease Inflation Concerns
By prioritizing the in-store experience and showcasing a personal interest in the shopper’s needs, customers will develop deeper relationships with their favorite grocers.
November 12, 2022
Material Handling Equipment
How Advanced Technology Optimizes Fleet
Telemetry and lift truck operator assist systems help warehouse managers capture data about lift truck usage.
Yale Materials Handling Corp
November 5, 2022
In-House Food Delivery Apps Help Manage the Last Mile
In-house fleet operating costs are about 40% less than the price of outsourcing to a delivery service.
September 21, 2022
How Shippers Gain Competitive Advantage Amid Elevated, Volatile Energy Costs
Shippers can gain a competitive advantage through market-based fuel reimbursement, sourcing SmartWay carriers and exploring alternative modes of transportation in the short term.
September 12, 2022
Insight From IT Experts Reveal Exposed Cybersecurity in Supply Chains
A new report shows that the financial sector is not equipped to take on firmware supply chain attacks.
August 24, 2022
Software & Technology
How Labor, Technology, Security and Logistics Mitigate Today’s Supply Chain Issues
A million things have to go right in the supply chain and only one thing has to go wrong to cause a ripple effect of disruptions.
World Trade Centers Association
August 3, 2022
How Trailer Pool Technology Overcomes Operational Inefficiencies
Trailer pool technology connects shippers, carriers and receivers to enable visibility of what is happening with the trailer pool in real time at each of the facilities.
July 29, 2022
Ocean Ports & Carriers
Grain Laundering Arises As Possible New Supply Chain Threat
New research from Windward reveals an increase of 160% in dark activity from bulk carriers in the Black Sea and the possibility of Russian grain laundering.
July 26, 2022
Multi-Carrier Parcel Shipping Strategy: The Ultimate Guide
The shipping experience now defines the shopping experience.
June 20, 2022
5 Ways Destratification Fans Increase Profits in Food Industry
To provide the best customer experience and increase profits, these facilities must take steps to improve their environment and lower costs. One way to do this is by installing destratification fans. Here’s five reasons why.
June 9, 2022
4 Grocery Retail Trends to Watch
Here are four trends that should be top of mind for grocery retailers looking to increase profitability and efficiency in today’s market.
June 8, 2022
McDonald's Shareholders Push for New Plan on Plastic Packaging
A little under half of McDonald's shareholders pledged support for a filing by non-profit shareholder advocacy group As You Sow. A proposed resolution from the group lists actions specific to the fast food retailer that can help reduce its pollution.
As You Sow
June 7, 2022
5 Overlooked Challenges That Can Make or Break E-Grocery Automation
Learn how to make a successful transition to e-grocery automation.
June 1, 2022
Earthquake Preparedness: How Parametric Insurance Prevents Supply Chain Collapse
Imagine a major earthquake strikes one of our major shipping ports and airports, where essential goods are transported through. How does the supply chain continue on?
May 10, 2022
How Carbon Labeling Can Reduce Food Industry's Carbon Footprint
For CPGs, food manufacturers and logistics teams looking to get involved in sustainability but unsure where to start, carbon labeling is a great first step.
May 10, 2022
Thought Leaders Talk State of the Supply Chain in Upcoming SCN Summit
Register now to learn more about what's in store for national and global supply chains. Topics revolve around Warehouse Automation, Risk Management, Supply Chain Visibility, Electrification in Trucking, Building a Sustainable Supply Chain and more.
March 22, 2022
Top Trends in Logistics for 2022
Here's how innovative digital solutions can help companies successfully meet today's challenges and position their supply chain to be more resilient, sustainable and employee friendly.
INFORM Software Corporation
March 21, 2022
L.I.N.K. | How Will the Russia/Ukraine War Affect Procurement?
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine during an already stressed time for the supply chain could mean serious risks to sourcing and procurement.
The Smart Cube
March 15, 2022
Software & Technology
Rock Stars of the Supply Chain Rise to the Occasion
Food Logistics reveals the winners of the 2022 Rock Stars of the Supply Chain award, which recognizes influential individuals in the industry whose achievements, hard work and vision have shaped the global cold food supply chain.
February 14, 2022
Rock Stars of the Supply Chain: Why the Supply Chain Will Never Fully Break
Daniel Blank, director of labeling and printing for Barcoding, Inc., explains why the supply chain may bend or twist but never fully break.
February 28, 2022
Keeping Supply Chain Threats at Bay: Adapt to the Current Constant-Change Environment
Manish Sharma, CEO of operations, Accenture, details how artificial intelligence, digital twins, data and more help companies adapt to the current constant-changing environment.
February 8, 2022