DC Velocity - Retailers can save big on inventory and shipping costs by filling e-commerce orders from brick-and-mortar stores. But the practice also carries some serious risks—like alienating in-store shoppers.
Food Logistics - Traceability is the understanding of which path a product took from origin to destination, as well as the product’s history. Here’s how an approach to traceability leads to a safer supply chain.
Supply Chain Digest - Apparel retailers are postponing and canceling clothing orders, putting at risk millions of jobs in Asia just as China appears to be returning to normalcy after its coronavirus crisis.
Supply Chain Digest - Last week, I wrote a column titled "The Thin Supply Chain Line," which started by noting the concept of "the thin blue line," a term meant to describe the critical but vulnerable role of the police in maintaining order and holding back chaos.
Sourcing Journal - As companies throughout the fashion supply chain are focused on financially surviving the COVID-19 pandemic, the way in which they handle the crisis and communicate with their partners will have a longstanding impact on their relationships.
FreightWaves - enVista is rolling out remote assessment tools as it seeks to assist clients during COVID-19
Total Retail - Is your supply chain prepared to preserve cash and foster resilience in order to mitigate DISRUPTION before DESTRUCTION?
Multichannel Merchant - While much remains unknown about the long-term impact of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the retail supply chain will certainly look different once the crisis is in the rearview mirror, industry observers and analysts agree.