Supply chains are running at full steam in 2019 as some economies boom, while others take hits from obstacles to open commerce and trade. From protectionist trade policies to ever-increasing costs to product recall challenges, Amber Road’s subject-matter experts provide some revolutionary best practices in a range of industry publications to help companies keep the wheels of trade moving.
Moving Out of China Isn’t so Easy in Sourcing Journal
There has been a lot of recent buzz about companies relocating sourcing or manufacturing out of China and it’s easy to understand why. Companies need to take a holistic look at their sourcing strategy with all relevant factors considered.
How Product Recalls Spread Through the Supply Chain in Supply Chain Dive
Nearly every industry at some point faces product recalls and these stories are in the news almost daily. It can be catastrophic — financially or in human lives — and everything that happens upstream goes downstream. It’s imperative for manufacturers to have a plan and execute it.
Global Trade Compliance Software Gets Its Day! in Logistics Viewpoints
It’s not every day that global trade compliance is a primary concern for supply chain executives, but ARC Advisory Group (and many others in the logistics prognostication game) believe that tariffs and free trade may be the number one supply chain topic in 2019.
The “Rights” and “Mores” of Supply Chain Execution in Talking Logistics
Whether you’re talking about the Amazon Effect and the rapid growth of e-commerce, the changing global trade management landscape, or what’s happening on the technology front, it’s clear that the rules for success in supply chain management are changing. Amber Road talks more about this in a recent article and episode of Talking Logistics.
Looking Ahead at Global Trade in 2019 in Logistics Viewpoints
Supply chains are running at full steam as the economy is booming in parts of the world, while others are taking a hit from the obstacles hindering better open commerce and trade. As we move into 2019, there are six major areas of concern for anyone playing a part in global trade.
Supply Chain Trends to Watch in 2019 in Forbes
While many key supply chain trends in 2019 will be continuations from years prior, ARC Advisory Group believes trends like the digital supply chain will be most impactful to the supply chain and logistics domain throughout the year.
JOC Annual Review and Outlook 2019 in Journal of Commerce
Over the past few years, there have been many technologies that have surfaced to the top of minds within the logistics industry. Amber Road CEO Jim Preuninger discusses these in the JOC Annual Review and Outlook.
Mass Export Expo Captures National Trade Sentiments in Logistics Viewpoints
The 9th annual Mass Export Expo hosted a number of great sessions on topics ranging from US-China trade to US economic sanctions to the recently established USMCA, and more. Here are some of the points Logistics Viewpoints found most informative.
Keeping Up with the Ever-Changing Trade Environment in SupplyChainBrain
Supply-chain and compliance officers are facing a head-spinning environment of constant change in their sourcing and logistics operations. Amber Road talks about how good a job they're doing.
Trade With China: What’s Going on Behind the Wall? in SupplyChainBrain
News reports about the raging trade war between China and the U.S. have largely focused on the issue of tariffs. But there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes than that.
Supply Chain Digitization Stumbles Over Collaboration in Pymnts.com
Supply chains continue to lag in digitization and technology adoption, with hurdles often relating to the costs, lack of understanding, or implementation difficulties associated with new tools. But a new report from American Shipper, sponsored by US Bank and Amber Road, reveals the collaboration required to promote adoption, and not the technology itself, may be a key barrier in supply chain digitization.
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This post was published on January 31, 2019 and updated on January 31, 2019.