Lean Supply Chain Perspective Required for New Normal

The global pandemic and the disruption of foreign production is driving many manufacturing organizations to explore re-shoring of raw material… Read More »

Post-Pandemic Tactics for E-Commerce Logistics Advantage

The role of e-commerce in keeping the United States and world economies going was never more evident than during the first half of 2020. Before the… Read More »

Use Logistics to Compress Cash-to-Cash Cycles

If you want to see CEOs and CFOs sit up and take notice during one of our presentations, demonstrate how a robust logistics solution compresses… Read More »

Cost Changes Hide in Shift to Online Fulfillment

As the global pandemic confined consumers to their homes, record volumes of online sales motivated retailers to adjust online fulfillment strategies… Read More »

Is Your Logistics Network Built by Ants or Grasshoppers?

Most people know the Aesop’s fable about the ants and the grasshopper. The ants quietly work through the summer to sustain themselves for the winter,… Read More »

Omnichannel: 3 Ways Service Merchandise Got it Right

In retail, timing is everything. Deliver what consumers want where and when they want it, and you can carve a success path that lasts until consumer… Read More »

The Service Merchandise Experience: Omnichannel in the ‘80s

Knowing that customers flocked to its stores to “experience” a select number of products, and willing to test out new technologies and retail… Read More »

Using Lean to Reduce Trucking Costs and Freight Rates

The U.S. trucker shortage has been ongoing for years. As the situation has evolved, many expect trucking costs to increase as freight service… Read More »

Working Capital: Is your logistics operation contributing or costing?

Logistics may not be the first business activity that comes to mind when calculating a company’s working capital position, but it should be near the… Read More »

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