The US military’s logistics and distribution system is one of the largest in the world, costing US taxpayers over $34bn per year. How will additive manufacturing change the way distribution is done in the Army?
Leading mining companies like Rio Tinto are developing and deploying autonomous haulage technologies in-house and using big data to make smarter real-time decisions at the rock face. What are some of the opportunities and challenges presented by these advances?
Convoy, the digital trucking service that matches shipments with carriers, can win the startup trucking race. But first it must help shippers use fragmented streams of IoT data that will result from truck sharing.
While everyone thinks printing business is dying, Raksuk, a Japanese startup thinks differently.
While many big-box brick-and-mortar retailers focus on closing stores and cutting costs, Target (NYSE: TGT) is bucking the trend by opening new stores, renovating existing locations, and pouring money into its physical infrastructure. To be a successful omnichannel retailer in […]
In response to government mandates attacking the drug counterfeit epidemic, Pfizer has digitized its supply chain and is realizing significant efficiency improvements.
“The consumer is moving online for groceries? Just add online as another channel of sales! That should not be very hard, right?” Imagine a supply chain with more than 130 manufacturing sites and more than 200 distribution centers. And then think about transforming them – it really is quite difficult.
How Mercy has leveraged its supply chain to provide better, more cost-effective healthcare
In order to remain competitive with it’s larger peers, Under Armour must digitize it’s supply chain.
Companies of all shapes and sizes throughout every industry are beginning to adopt Supply Chain Digitization practices. How has 3M, a 100-year-old industrial goods company embraced supply chain digitization and more importantly, how will the company continue to innovate with their suppliers using new technologies?