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Logistics faces a crisis. The driver shortage appears to be worsening, customers are demanding lower rates, oversight is becoming more intense, and stakeholders demand reductions across the board. Overcoming these difficulties seems impossible, but there is a solution.
Business practices have become synonymous with the application and collection of data for continuous improvement. However, most of today’s data goes unused and represents a lost opportunity to the company. Unfortunately, data lacks value if not properly cleansed, transformed, and applied.
This year looks like it’s going to be one of the most innovative years for manufacturing technology. Purchasing and supply executives predict that the global manufacturing industry will continue to expand. The ISM projects a 4.
Supply chain models are evolving. The predictive analytics of the past are becoming more apt and intellectual, powering a new age in manufacturing. Furthermore, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will climb to more than 25 billion devices by 2025. The increase in the use of IIOT represents a 500 percent increase from the number of devices in 2015.
The digital business landscape for a shipper, such as the use of an ERP, TMS, and other digital aspects, such as The Internet of Things, provides unparalleled insight into how an organization in the supply chain can improve efficiency, visibility, and productivity.
The modern manufacturing floor is plagued with pain points. As technology, machinery and processes have evolved so have the challenges. With those challenges in mind, a 7-page guide has been published to help your manufacturing floor conquer some of those pain points. Download the guide, now, or read this blog first to find out what it’s about.
‘To log, track and trace everything’, your vision of a better manufacturing floor. Here’s how you can improve manufacturing floor data collection, long-term.
A key component of any manufacturing process is data collection. Your ability to track stock levels, keeps tabs on shipping dates and monitor costs are essential to any smooth running manufacturing plant.
Manufacturers face thousands, if not millions, of potential problems and challenges in the coming year. Over the past few months, the media has given a surmountable amount of attention to the water problems of Flint, Michigan. In fact, an auto manufacturer in Flint made the decision to refrain from using the city supply of water in the manufacture of automobiles.
Today we continue our long series and look at teaching shippers how to remain strategic when it comes to logistics and their transportation management program. This is the 7th post in this series that first started by giving an overview of the 10 areas shippers can turn to stay strategic. We then are going in depth on each of the 10 listed.