From NAFTA to USMCA: All Trade Agreements Are Not Created Equal

As the first half of 2020 comes to a close, one thing we can say with certainty is that the year’s first six months have been an unprecedented… Read More »

7 FAQs Answered with Supply Chain Visibility

Organizations that invested in supply chain mapping are more successfully managing COVID-19 disruption thanks to greater awareness of their demand… Read More »

Business Objectives Determine Supply Chain Visibility Needs

For many organizations, a rear-view perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic reveals opportunities for course corrections that might have prevented… Read More »

COVID-19 FAQ: 6 Transportation Questions

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to emerge in myriad of ways, none more pronounced than in the evolving buying behavior of consumers.… Read More »

Open for Business: LTL Carriers Moving Freight Where Possible

COVID-19 conditions seem to spur daily changes in regulations, carrier practices and available lanes across the trucking marketplace. Read More »

Brexit and Coronavirus: Two Disruptions Affecting Your Supply Chain

Supply chains are fragile in nature. When a world event disrupts the movement of goods, it creates a domino effect that stops factories from… Read More »

The Logistics of Valentine’s Day: Signed, Sealed and Delivered

  Signed, Sealed and Delivered: The Logistics of Valentine’s Day February 14 marks the most romantic day on the calendar: Valentine’s Day. It’s… Read More »

Factors Affecting Transportation Cost Weigh on SNAC members

SNAC International’s recent Executive Leadership Forum (ELF) delivered economic insights and unique perspectives from snack industry and retail… Read More »

Diesel Price Headlines Don’t Have to Become Bad News

Disruption in the global oil supply chain sends shock ripples across the energy economy. Explosive attacks on Saudi Arabian oil refineries spur… Read More »

Automotive Supply Chains Poised for Top Speed

In 2016, the U.S. auto industry sold a record 17.6 million vehicles – down slightly to 17.25 million in 2017 – with incentives such as rebates and… Read More »

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