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Cold Chain Insights
Marina Mayer | Editor-in-Chief | Food Logistics
These plans are necessary to keep America moving, to keep goods moving, to keep drivers and other employees safe and to give carriers and freight providers the tools and resources needed to run.
Solutions like foreign-trade zones (FTZs) assist growth in global trade management.
Nearshoring vs. offshoring vs. JIT. Here’s why it’s time to rethink your old supply chain strategy with global trade management.
For the first time since the inception of the MHI Annual Industry Report, “lack of a clear business case to justify the investment” was cited as the leading barrier to adoption for all 11 technologies in the report.
To secure a more competitive edge for U.S. agriculture in the global market, diversifying trade agreements should be prioritized.
Nearly two-thirds (65%) said they do not have strong enough technology capabilities to assess ESG risk and compliance of both Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers.
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