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Pandemic was a ‘Wake-Up Call.’ Just Make Sure You Don’t Hit ‘Snooze’

Eighty-five percent of consumer products companies and 88% of retailers had major supply chain disruptions in the past year. Most foresee making significant changes to their supply chain strategies in the next three years.

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Meet the Next Supply Chain Change Agents

Can you guess a major driver of supply chain automation in the coming years? E-commerce or the relentless drive for efficiency probably comes to mind. But what about your Gen Z niece?

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THE END IS NEAR (Is What Manufacturers Say about the Pandemic)

Optimism among manufacturers is at its highest level in two years, according to the results of a new National Association of Manufacturers survey.

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Retail & Hospitality Hub Announces Plan to Launch a B2B Community for Diverse Business Owners

The aim is to build a place where diverse owners may discuss common issues, share ideas and hone skills and tools needed to empower their success.

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By the Numbers

5,000+

The average large company has more than 5,000 suppliers across all tiers, according to McKinsey & Co.

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"The supply chain is creaking around the world. There are flashpoints when it’s getting a little harder to get ingredients through, whether it’s delays at the borders [or] the big changes in channel mix."

 James Quincey, CEO of Coca-Cola, as quoted by Capgemini in a new report, “The Wake-Up Call: Building Supply Chain Resilience in Consumer Products and Retail for a Post-COVID World.”

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How Körber Helps Solve Customer Challenges with Automation Solutions

Manufacturers and warehousing organizations have a renewed interest in increasing productivity and capacity, as well as gaining the ability to efficiently and quickly scale up and down. 

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Digitize To Achieve Supply Chain Visibility

With most companies reporting significant disruptions in the past year,  supply chain visibility is viewed as vital to achieve resiliency.

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E-Commerce Adapts to Supply Chain Strains

A look at the state of retail in early 2021.

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