Supply chain global news & views round-up

Top 10: Supply chain companies in Asia; Supply chain solutions: project44, Unilog & Manhattan; Booz Allen Hamilton urges supply chain cyberattacks rethink

Logistics rail, road and sea news & views round-up

US transportation costs fall, cooling inflation; Haifa Port sold for $1bn; New Greece-Bulgaria rail link marks pullulation of Euro railways.

Supply chain & procurement priorities 'miles apart' - GEP

GEP study shows that years of disruption and uncertainty has caused a divergence in priorities between supply chain (delivery) & procurement (cost control).

Top 10: Supply chain companies in Asia

FedEx, UPS, DHL , Kuehne + Nagel, DB Schenker and Yusen Logistics among the top supply chain companies in Asia.

Too much ESG measuring, not enough action, says Vizibl

Vizibl Co-Founder and CEO Mark Perera says there's too much ESG measuring but insufficient meaningful action on environmental, social and governance issues.

New supply chain solutions: project44, Unilog & Manhattan

project44 launches supply chain collaboration platform; Unilog's supply-chain-as-a-service product; Manhattan unveils RFID ‘store of future’ solution.

Scope 3 inaction sees BCG launch supply chain academy

Two-thirds of companies are yet to engage with their suppliers on cutting carbon emissions, research from Boston Consulting Group (BCG) shows.

Booz Allen Hamilton urges supply chain cyberattacks rethink

Booz Allen Hamilton bot expert Dr Sean Guillory says firms must sharpen thinking on social engineering supply chain attacks that put staff in firing line.


Featured Articles

How tech can help SMBs build a resilient supply chain

Investing in tech acros the supply chain - from raw materials to end-consumers - is the best way to resilience, says Pushkar Mukewar CEO of Drip Capital

Supply Chain Digital Show: Procurement burnout in spotlight

Supply Chain Digital Show features Katie McEwan, a Community Advocate for supplier data firm TealBook. She discusses how to remedy burnout in procurement

China policy sees Apple CEO Tim Cook go from hero to zero

With his eggs-in-in-one-basket China policy, Apple CEO Tim Cook is under intense pressure to loosen ties with China and diversify its manufacturing base

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