Editor’s Note: Today we are featuring this guest post from Find Accounting Software as it covers a subject we are also interested in, Manufacturing Technology which makes businesses more efficient.
Today we bring you a report that we have recently received from eft (eye for transport). The findings in the report mirror what we wrote about in January in regards to how emerging technology will forever impact the manufacturing and logistics space.
What is the Hyperconnected Era & “The Internet Of Things” and What does it Have to Do with Manufacturing & Logistics?
Editor’s Note: This is our second post in a collaborative blog post series about mobility in manufacturing & logistics along with Catavolt, who helps manufacturing organizations drive operational excellence with mobile apps. We encourage our audience to visit The Catavolt Blog for more relevant posts about mobility in manufacturing for best practices, tips, and great industry insights.
When you want to drive down your logistics and transportation spend, the very first thing that you need is freight and transportation data. Without hard data, you can’t take action. When enterprises try to act in the absence of data, they are usually guessing and won’t get the results they need. However, as we’ve noted in a previous post, getting the right data is key as well.
3D printing or additive manufacturing has been around for decades. But it hasn’t been until the last five years that the hype has exceeded the reality of what this technology can do. After reading many articles from industry insiders, we’ve collected some key takeaways on the current and future trends for this manufacturing technique.
[INFOGRAPHIC] Demystifying The Top 10 Buzzwords in Cloud Computing & Automation: IoT, Big Data & More…What does it All Mean?
Industrial automation components supplier European Automation has produced a helpful buzzword guide on cloud computing for the automation industry. The concise directory is aimed at giving a relevant outline of some of the most popular, but occasionally mystifying terms used in cloud computing.
Editor’s Note: This is a blog by one of our affiliate partners, Global Vision Group, a Federal Maritime Commission licensed Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) and Ocean Freight Forwarder (OFF).
The Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) and the International Longshoremen Warehouse Union (ILWU) have been operating without a contract since the end of June, 2014.
As a freight broker, you know the importance of staying ahead of trends in your business. 2014 was a dynamic year for shipping and freight, and 2015 might present us with some surprising changes as well. One month in, here are our predictions for freight brokers in 2015:
Manufacturing Comes Home
For decades, globalization has defined the supply chain.
Whether your gross income is measured in six, seven or eight figures — or more – you are probably just about now starting to feel the IRS’s greedy, slimy hands on your wallet or bank account.
The sad truth is this: The number one living expense that we bear in the U.S.
Editor’s Note: We are fortunate to have Irv Rothman, President and CEO of HP Financial Services, provide a guest blog to the Cerasis blog about being bold in business. Although we are a 3PL with a focus on transportation technology and managed services, we love to provide those businesses looking to be bold and get their business to the next level.