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Supply Chain Management Review
In this exclusive presentation from SCM Chem, Matt Francis, Supply Chain Manager, Doe and Ingalls, discusses how to conduct a proper supply chain management review and evaluate your area of influence in the supply chain post-recession. Click on the image at left to download the PDF
Click on the image at left to download the presentation. In this exclusive presentation, Luc Wellens, Director, Global Logistics Solutions, BDP International discusses exceeding the demand to deliver value in a volatile economy. Among the topics covered are better practices in materials management and internation chemical supply chain issues.
Click on the image at left to download the PDF. In this exclusive presentation, Jan Gerhard-de Vries, Managing Director, WEW Westerwälder Eisenwerk, a leading European producer of containers and tanks, discusses improving supply chain sustainability, particularly for chemical distributors.
Supply Chain Management Consulting
Click on the image at left to download the PDF. In this exclusive presentation, Georg Lammers, Vice President, Sales & Marketing for Infraserv Logistics GmbH discusses examines how establishing sustainable business processes is key to set-up best-in-class supply chain processes. Lammers looks at how supply chain consulting firms can help and how to select the best one for your company.
Chemical Supply Chain Articles
Click on the image at left to download the PDF.In this exclusive presentation from SCM Chem, Paul Lord, Research Director at Gartner, discusses what has changed in the industry approach to chemical supply chain issues.
Click on the image at left to download the PDF. In this exclusive presentation from SCM Chem, Matt Francis, Supply Chain Manager, Doe and Ingalls, discusses how to evaluate your area of influence in the supply chain post-recession, and how this effects chemical logistics processes.
The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) combines science and technology knowledge to develop premier materials science solutions. Dow’s industry leading portfolio of advanced materials, industrial intermediates, and plastics businesses deliver a broad range of differentiated technology-based products and solutions for customers in high-growth markets.
The Business Case for Transportation Management
For many organizations, transportation and logistics is often viewed in a bubble and doesn’t fit in with the overall strategy or factored in to business goals. In reality, transportation touches a number of departments within an organization and can have a significant impact on its bottom line, overall operational efficiency and ability to service its customers at a high level. This whitepaper examines how a transportation management system (TMS) can help companies – from small-to-midsized businesses to large enterprises – reduce risk, improve operational efficiency and drive meaningful change within their organization.
Differentiated Logistics Services: Two Powerful Tools to Increase Competitive Advantage in the Chemical Industry
The power of differentiation is on display everywhere today. Big data and increasingly sophisticated algorithms enable more customized user experiences for vendors, customers and advertisers. As products and services become smarter, more flexible and more automated, they correspond more precisely to individual customer needs, even finding ways to adapt on the fly to changing situations and needs. Not surprisingly, the chemical industry – and chemical logistics – is no exception to this trend. As today’s chemical industry becomes more service oriented, chemical companies are having to challenge traditional logistics strategies and create new business models. For many chemical businesses, future competitive success will be determined not so much by the product itself, but by the package of logistics services offered in connection with that product. And as the trend gains momentum, having more responsive logistics solutions becomes not just ‘nice to have’ but a matter of survival.
Rethinking Supply Chain Performance with Transportation Managed Analytics
How do leaders drive continuous improvement of a supply chain network? Since the advent of transportation management systems (TMS) in the 1990s, supply chain leaders have streamlined domestic and international networks across all modes of transportation with visibility and planning capabilities. Now, with nearly thirty years of data capture under their belts, how can they use the data patterns, analyticsand lessons learned to improve their supply chain today? Just as the 1990s brought the then-advanced capabilities of TMS to companies, today, Transportation Managed Analytics is empowering leaders to rethink what’s possible for their supply chain. Transportation Managed Analytics is an integrated information process that’s been field tested and proven to improve supply chain performance. It intelligently curates, organizes and analyzes historical and real-time data from robust data warehouses built by 3PLs and supply chain executives to provide responses to the questions leaders have had for years but never had the insights or time to answer. Learn how Transportation Managed Analytics is building and managing next-generation supply chains by finally answering the questions that close the gap between visibility, performance, spend and risk.
Three Elements for Chemical Shippers to Consider When Selecting a Carrier
A chemical can be any substance that is hazardous or nonhazardous, that when released or exposed, can have an adverse impact on the health and safety of humans and the environment. In addition to federal regulations, the following three elements are also quintessential when shipping substances and should be considered by a customer when selecting a carrier.
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