Procurement holds the key to sustainable construction, a new paper from McKinsey says.
As commercial organisations and collaboration expanded throughout history, procurement went from a tribal, to a national, to a global affair.
Tradeshift Q1 2023 Index shows economic slowdown has left firms sitting on inventory, and that demand for logistics services is also slowing down.
The European Union (EU) has finalised a €43bn bid to increase domestic semiconductor production, in the wake of prolonged and ongoing disruption to chip supplies.
Alan Bebchik, Country Manager for Nowports in the US, tells Supply Chain Digital that nearshoring is about providing 'top-notch products and services'.
Study from Bain & EcoVadis suggests firms that prioritise ESG are more successful, and that those with more senior female execs also perform better.
Much-needed urban warehouse capacity is in short supply, as is the labour needed to staff them – but automation is helping ease both issues, says Honeywell.
Top choices include MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics; The Wharton School; Stanford Graduate School of Business; and Scheller College of Business
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