February 2019 Logistics Management Magazine Issue

In this Issue:
  • Ember: The perfect temperature
  • Ocean Carrier Outlook
  • Global logistics reality check
  • The intelligent global supply chain
  • Special Report: ProMat Show Preview


IN THIS ISSUE
By · February 6, 2019
Inventor of the world’s first temperature-controlled mugs turns to a single third-party logistics provider to support its massive sales growth and worldwide supply chain operations.


By · February 6, 2019
The editorial staff of Logistics Management has focused much of this issue on helping global shippers better manage what they can control. And, we shed some light on the technology and partnership options that savvy shippers are putting to work to help mitigate risk and dull some of the headaches.


By · February 5, 2019
While the prospects for container shipping are brightening, downside risks of increased inward-looking policies and the rise of trade protectionism are weighing on the outlook for carriers.


By · February 5, 2019
A combination of rising global interest rates and ongoing trade protectionism will continue to create unexpected turbulence for logistics managers over the course of 2019, say analysts. Meanwhile emerging markets will provide opportunities for faster growth—yet each faces its own set of operational challenges.


By · February 5, 2019
During the week of April 8, Chicago’s McCormick Place will open its doors and welcome ProMat 2019, an expo for the manufacturing, distribution and supply chain industries, sponsored by MHI.


By · February 5, 2019
Vessel owners were lucky to be able to run between continents well out of sight of government and non-government organizations for over a century.


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35th Annual Salary Survey: Compensation matters more than ever
While job satisfaction remains the primary reason for today’s logistics managers to stay with one...
2019 Rate Outlook: Pressure Builds
In 2019, the world economy will enter a third straight year of broad-based growth, but many...

2019 Transportation Management Systems (TMS) Market Update: Keeping pace with the times
The transportation management systems market is growing right along with the number of challenges...
The Logistics News that Shaped 2018
Every year at this time, group news editor Jeff Berman combs through the mountain of news that was...