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Your Inspiration For June 24

Is Today's Supply Chain Model Dead?

That’s the provocative title of a new white paper from Michigan State University (MSU) and consulting firm Maine Point. It’s also a question that more than a few people have pondered recently.

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Unilever Gets Suppliers Moo-ving on Sustainability

You might already know that Ben & Jerry’s works with dairy farmers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Unilever, the ice cream brand’s parent, is rolling out initiatives to make all of its brands’ supply chains more sustainable.

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Report Urges Supply Chain Resilience to Withstand Climate Change

“Now is the time to create more supply chain resilience,” warns Dr. Kevin Dooley, chief scientist for The Sustainability Consortium and faculty member at Arizona State University, in a new report sponsored by TSC and HSBC.

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By the Numbers

3X

E-commerce requires more than 3 times the warehouse space of brick-and-mortar commerce, noted Prologis in a recent report on logistics real estate trends. 

Today's Quote/Unquote:

"Our collective responsibility in tackling the climate crisis is to drive an absolute reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, not simply focus on offsetting — and we have the scale and determination to make it happen."

Marc Engel, Unilever chief supply chain officer, commenting on the consumer products giant requiring greater visibility from its supply chain partners.

Inspiring Organization

How Körber Helps Solve Customer Challenges with Automation Solutions

Manufacturers and warehousing organizations are resuming operations with a renewed interest in increasing productivity and capacity as well as having the ability to efficiently and quickly scale up and down.

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SCBP - Ebook 2020, Issue 2

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