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Global Risk Mitigation: Is it time to reshore

If there’s one lesson to learn, it’s that supply chains must now become more resilient. And as more companies consider reshoring to the United States,…

The Ripple Effect of “Blank Sailings”

It would be in the best interest of all parties to speed up the adoption of digital standards and platforms for demand planning, tracking and…

Emerging Markets: Moving forward with modernization

Regardless of COVID-19 concerns, development continues to move forward as emerging markets continue to put a significant amount of investment into infrastructure of roads, railways…

GTM Update: Uncertainty drives adoption

By handling complex laws and other requirements, today’s global trade management solutions are helping shippers navigate the increasingly complicated global business environment. Source: logistics Mgmt

2020 Trade Update: More complexities in compliance

Most countries impose legal control on the export of goods from their jurisdictions, while international trade agreements often include additional regulations. However, failing to observe…

Global Logistics: Control what you can

The editorial staff of Logistics Management has focused much of this issue on helping global shippers better manage what they can control. And, we shed…

2019 Trade Update: Compliance issues in focus

Shippers who are current on the global trade landscape are assets to their service partners and clients. Our global trade expert provides us with a…