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Supply Management Professionals: Develop Your Brand

Categories: Guest Post, Learning / Research, Procurement, Talent Management Tags: L1, Process & Best Practice We are inundated by brands every day. Consciously or subconsciously, they inform our decisions and influence how we will act. Show More Summary

Afternoon Coffee: Cargill Considers Selling Energy Business, FERC Asks NERC for New Supply Chain Risk Management Standard

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Cargill Inc. is considering selling its metals and energy business to focus more on food and agricultural activities. The company’s metals and energy business includes power and gas, oil and oil products and steel and iron ore activities. Show More Summary

Book Review: Legal Blacksmith — How to Avoid and Defend Supply Chain Disputes

Categories: Industry News, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Risk Performance and Compliance, Supply Chain, Supply Risk Management Tags: L1, Process & Best Practice We are in the middle of a great period for procurement and supply chain books, with several very impressive examples being published over the last two years or so. Show More Summary

State of Flux: The Flux Capacitor is being designed for the Future … of SRM!

State of Flux is a provider of Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) software and services that was founded in London (England) in 2004 to focus on an overlooked area of supply management, supplier relationship management. When it was founded back in 2004, most companies were just starting to offer supplier information management (SIM) solutions, which were […]

Is Your Supply Chain Ready for More Extreme Rainfall, Flooding?

Categories: Procurement Strategy & Planning, Supplier Risk and Compliance Management, Supply Chain Management, Supply Risk Management Tags: L2, Sourcing & Categories Extreme weather events, including typhoons, heatwaves and wildfires, are becoming increasingly more common due to climate change. Show More Summary

ICT Companies Need to Take Action on Forced Labor in Supply Chains: Report

Categories: CSR, Sourcing, Supplier Risk and Compliance Management Tags: L1, Sourcing & Categories Many information and communications technology (ICT) companies say they are committed to addressing forced labor in their supply chains and understand the risk forced labor poses. Show More Summary

The Common Pitfalls in Temporary Recruitment Non-Compliance

Categories: We are delighted to publish this guest article from Charles Austin, Client Services Director, Comensura, the supply management specialists. The Recruitment & Employment Federation recently […] (Read more...)

Syrian Army Completely Surrounds Aleppo

After several days of heavy fighting, the Syrian army managed to establish control over a vital route in the vicinity of Aleppo, effectively cutting off the last supply line for the rebels still entrenched within the city.

SirionLabs Secures $12.25M in Latest Funding Round

Categories: Industry News, Solution Providers, Technology Tags: General News Supply chain management solutions provider SirionLabs raised $12.25 million in a recent Series B financing round, led by Sequoia Capital. Ajay Agrawal, CEO of SirionLabs, said the funding would enable his company to expand market growth and innovation. Show More Summary

How to Make the Most of Google Calendar with 7+ New Tools

Did you know that Google Calendar can help you make timesheets, manage projects and even find time for goals or things you want to get done, but have never been able to schedule? One of the things in shortest supply, for most people today, is time. Show More Summary

Prepping Your Supply Chain for Taiwan Typhoon Nepartak

Categories: Procurement Strategy & Planning, Risk Performance and Compliance, Supplier Risk and Compliance Management, Supply Risk Management Tags: General News The super typhoon Nepartak struck Taiwan earlier today, causing flooding, power disruptions and damage to homes and other structures. Show More Summary

Here’s some evidence that the U.S. economy is doing OK

On the first business day each month, the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) reports its manufacturing-sector survey, and then a few days later the service-sector one. The surveys are crucial for several reasons...

De Nora Retrofits Two BWS for OSG

De Nora announced a contract with Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) (NYSE MKT:OSG), one of the largest tanker companies in the world, to supply two ballast water management systems (BWMS).

Transport for London: Examples of Responsible Supply Chains

Categories: One of the stand-out sessions at the recent London Universities and Southern Universities Purchasing Consortia joint conference came from Tim Rudin, Supplier Skills Project Manager […] (Read more...)

Afternoon Coffee: ISM Reports US Services Sector Expanded in June

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News The U.S. services sector expanded in June at a faster rate, according to the Institute for Supply Management's Non-Manufacturing Business Activity Index, which reached 59.5%, up 4.4% from May. Show More Summary

Companies Around the Globe Need Supply Chain, Data Analytics Graduates

Categories: Analytics, Industry News, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Talent Management Tags: General News, L2 Recent graduates with a masters in supply chain management and data analytics are in demand across the globe. The latestShow More Summary

EHC Global Strengthens Central Region Operations with Appointment of Sales & Supply Chain Manager

EHC Global (EHC) has announced the appointment of Richard Cardinaal as sales and supply chain manager, Germany.

Op/Ed: Supply Chain Hindered by Cumbersome Regulation

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), which has always been a valuable resource in supply chain management, announced the formation of a Supply Chain Innovations

Afternoon Coffee: US Manufacturing Industry Shows Solid Growth in June, EU Investigates Anheuser-Busch InBev

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News The Institute for Supply Management’s Manufacturing Index hit its highest level in June since February 2015, reaching 53.2%, up 1.9% from May. The latest Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index from Markit also showed an increase in manufacturing production during June. Show More Summary

Why Is Cheese So Expensive in Canada?

4 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

It’s all thanks to a little something called supply management.

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