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The supply chain silver lining | National exam

Container ship at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, California on September 29, 2021. (Mike Blake / Reuters) In an age when supply chains grab the headlines for all the wrong reasons, what are the upsides? In a online seminar today sponsored by supply chain technology company FourKites, …

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Metro’s supply chain expands electric fleet and charging infrastructure

Metro supply chain Advances zero-emission mid- and last-mile delivery for its Canadian customers with new electric vehicles (EVs) and supporting EV charging infrastructure. This investment, which commits to buying more zero-emission trucks in 2022, continues the electrification journey of Metro Supply Chain’s fleet. “At Metro Supply Chain, we fully understand …

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Wittichen Supply Holding Company, Backed by Gryphon, Appoints New CEO and CFO | State

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., December 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Wittichen Supply Holding Company (the “Company”), today announced that it has appointed Alex Averitt as CEO and appointed Scott Page as Chief Financial Officer, with immediate effect. Wittichen Supply Holding Company, based in Atlanta, Georgia, is the newly formed parent company …

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Wipro Partners with Celonis to Launch Supply Chain Command Center

To help companies optimize their supply chain management transformation initiatives Wipro and Celonis, the global leader in fulfillment management, today announced the launch of the Supply Chain Command Center to help organizations drive supply chain transformation. The solution enables businesses to automatically identify and correct bottlenecks and process inefficiencies, gain …

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US reflective clothing increases inventory for global supply chain demand

Reflective Apparel, a U.S. manufacturer of a full line of high-visibility apparel, has increased inventory in anticipation of global supply chain delays that could impact worker safety. Reflective Apparel increased share purchases more than 20% above average, with further increases in inventory expected in November and February 2022. Reflective Apparel …

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Supply Chain Problems Threaten Christmas Trade | Stories of lead

While the global supply chain has yet to recover from the shocks of COVID-19, it could be a bleak Christmas for buyers across the island as traders pass on the rising costs of sourcing goods. abroad. Freight rates have soared to 600% as some shipping companies, logistics providers and ports …

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Sisters meet in the middle to launch beauty store where hair care is king – Salisbury Post

SALISBURY – For sisters Talaya and Tierra McManus, compromise comes naturally. So it made sense that the siblings decided to meet between their respective homes in Winston-Salem and Charlotte to open a beauty store in Salisbury. Located at 1953 Jake Alexander Blvd W, Unit B, J. Lorraine specializes in hair …

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Supply chain problems force artisans and consumers to anticipate | Economy

Images of stationary container ships in ports around the world amid serious supply chain issues have consumers and business owners scrambling for what is now the busiest of holiday shopping season . Consumers have to wonder if what they want is still in stock and if it will be delivered …

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supply constraints for commercial vehicles, inflationary ramifications remain in the foreground

According to the recently published Transportation Digest by ACT Research, the main concerns in the commercial vehicle industry today are supply chain constraints, and the inflationary ramifications that flow from them. The report, which combines ACT’s proprietary data and analysis from a wide variety of sources, paints a comprehensive picture …

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Christmas trees in high demand, little supply this year | Agriculture

Local businesses are experiencing a shortage of Christmas trees which they believe will likely result in higher consumption costs and the best trees will run out sooner. Julie Fitzgerald, of Attleboro Farms on the Cumberland / North Attleboro border, said she and others predicted a shortage of Christmas trees for …

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