Defining the new normal in manufacturing supply chain management – three experts have their say

As the global economy slowly begins to resume activity, thoughts are naturally turning to how we define the ‘new normal’ for manufacturing. There’s been much speculation around how the world organizes its supply chains after the unprecedented disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

One thing that is becoming increasingly clear is that the manufacturing world cannot return to its reliance on fragmented and fragile supply chain logistics. And numerous industry leaders are urging their peers to view this moment as […]

Maintaining the Integrity of Perishable Goods with Cold Chain Asset Monitoring

Handling and transporting perishable goods come with a myriad of problems. Due to their delicate nature, these goods have to be transported in temperature-controlled environments, making logistics operations infinitely more complex. Perishable goods are liable to spoil if the conditions in the cargo hold aren’t adequately monitored and controlled, and there’s nothing worse than finding an entire shipment of goods completely unusable upon delivery. With tens to thousands of vehicles transporting different types of temperature-sensitive cargo, transport and logistics […]