CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
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September 03, 2015
Supply Chain Executive Insight E-Newsletter
Each month the Supply Chain Executive Insight e-newsletter will include brief articles about developments that are often overlooked by other supply chain publications. We will present you with summaries of the latest research as well as new ideas on how to make your supply chain operations more effective. And we'll offer commentary that sheds light on what's happening in supply chains today.
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The high cost of not caring
The tragedy in Tianjin reminds us of the potentially deadly consequences of failing to ensure safe handling of hazardous materials throughout the supply chain, regardless of how difficult or expensive that may be.
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Top-performing Supply Chains: Apparel
Sourcing issues continue to create challenges for the apparel industry.
Forward Thinking
Digital technology in the supply chain: Still in its infancy
Even companies with strong connections to complex technology, such as aerospace and defense, are still in the initial stages of implementing analytics, wearables, and the industrial Internet of Things, according to a report by Accenture.

Forward Thinking
Interest in nearshoring remains strong, but trend may be slowing
Many executives are attracted to the potential cost savings of moving production closer to the end market. But concerns about safety, security, and the availability of skilled labor in these locations are giving some pause.

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Supply chain's youth problem
A Brookings Institution report suggests that distribution and logistics companies need to do a better job of bringing young people into the industry.

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Most manufacturers are using the Internet of Things to improve operations
Despite cost concerns, a vast majority of manufacturers are investing in the technology required to create a network of connected objects and devices, according to the results of a Zebra Technologies survey.

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Robert Martichenko to receive CSCMP's Distinguished Service Award
CEO of LeanCor Supply Chain Group recognized for contributions to the supply chain profession.

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To fulfill increasing customer demands, go small
A "micrologistics" approach will allow companies to fulfill the needs of omnichannel retailing and customers' desire for next-day delivery, says a report from IDC.

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New lab focuses on research at the "Internet edge"
Arizona State University's new Internet-Edge Supply Chain Management Lab studies how the Internet and mobile technology are transforming the supply chain.

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A leap forward in 3-D printing?
A new technology might finally make additive manufacturing faster and cheaper.