Transportation delays are one of the many potential disruptions supply chain managers face, and numerous factors play into them. Shippers often don’t know there’s a problem until after a shipment is late.
The global supply chain exerts a huge impact on the climate worldwide. But the growing focus on finding global solutions presents a timely opportunity for companies to reduce their own carbon footprint.
Effective global trade management, risk management and other corporate compliance initiatives require the ability to reliably screen your trading partners and avoid doing business with restricted or denied parties.
Supply chain disruption is gradually easing as demand weakens, offering shippers a chance to clear backlogs. But inland labor and equipment shortages – mainly trucks and drivers – are still causing gridlock at warehouses and store loading docks.
The latest news, analysis, services and systems regarding global seaports and airports and their impact on global supply chains. Today’s companies are transporting and delivering goods to more international customers than ever before through global ports and free and foreign trade zones. As infrastructure around these global gateways continues to evolve, businesses are discovering new ways to increase efficiency and cut costs. Learn how companies around the world are improving supply chain operations through their strategic use of global seaports and airports.
Subscribe to our Daily Newsletter!
Timely, incisive articles delivered directly to your inbox.