September 2019 Logistics Management Magazine Issue

In this Issue:
  • 28th Annual Study of Logistics and Transportation Trends: Find your digital direction
  • The gold standard in cold chain
  • 6 Mobile Supply Chain Trends
  • Bulking up at Canadian Tire
  • Special Software Report: How advanced technologies are affecting supply chain software
  • Top 25 Freight Forwarders: Blending art and science


IN THIS ISSUE
By · September 4, 2019
For me, September is the time to make a fresh start. It’s the beginning of new school year for the kids; a new college and professional football season ramps up; and, of course, conference season for nearly all professions is about to get into full swing.


By · September 4, 2019
A sneak peek at the groundbreaking Logistics Management white paper on the impacts of the upcoming IMO-2020 regulations.


By · September 4, 2019
Recent studies show that cold chain efficiency is often less than ideal, as abuses above or below the optimal product‐specific temperature range occur frequently. This fact significantly increases food waste and jeopardizes safety, observe analysts and practitioners, who suggest shippers “go for the gold” when choosing transport and warehousing providers.


By · September 4, 2019
As mobility continues to make its way into every link of the supply chain, here’s how our increasingly connected world is affecting operations outside of the warehouse’s four walls.


By · September 4, 2019
Given the number of available and emerging digital solutions capable of transforming and improving logistics and supply chain operations, why are many firms still spinning their wheels instead of driving forward? Learn this and more in the 28th Annual Study of Logistics and Transportation Trends


By · September 3, 2019
The numbers are in, and thanks to significant merger and acquisition activity, some of the top tier players have shifted a bit. However, industry analysts note that intangibles related to service levels and digitization blur some of the lines in the rankings.


By · September 3, 2019
From AI to ML to IoT, the new crop of supply chain technologies support a world where companies can use the past to predict the future.


By · September 3, 2019
The technology available to the cold chain networks is changing what’s possible. With spoilage rates reduced and fraud eliminated, the innovations have a compelling business case.


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From the September 2019 Logistics Management Magazine Issue
For me, September is the time to make a fresh start. It’s the beginning of new school year for the kids; a new college and professional football season ramps up; and, of course, conference season for nearly all professions is about to get into full swing.
IMO 2020 is Coming to Town: Will the spiking cost of fuel cause you pain?
Cold Chain/ Food Logistics: Setting the standard for cold chain
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