Monthly Archives: December 2010

CSR 2010: Emerging Career Choices in Supply Chain and Sustainability

From Forbes: “As misconceptions of business sustainability being a passing trend quickly fall by the wayside, large organizations, traditionally mistaken as burdened with a primary responsibility as change agents in the water, carbon, environment and climate change solutions are now … Continue reading

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SCM top 10 of 2010 – Bangkok Post

From Bangkok Post: “Year-end roundups are all the rage this week, so we thought it apt to do the same for supply chain management. SCM has received more mainstream attention this year than ever before. Not that it has been … Continue reading

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ePedigree & Serialization: A new Standard in Accountability

Between new global serialization mandates, patent cliffs and major company consolidation the pharmaceutical manufacturing space is in the midst of a major transition. Some would say this was bound to happen, as our ‘global (supply chain) village’ continues to become … Continue reading

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Santa’s Xmas Meltdown from China Supply Chain Council

For those looking for some supply chain levity in the Christmas period, you may wish to check out the attached videopost from the China Supply Chain Council. It’s entitled Santa’s Bad Day in Supply Chain or how the little angel … Continue reading

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DB Schenker Agrees to Transition of Livingston International’s Domestic Warehousing and Ground Transportation Business

Schenker of Canada Limited and Livingston International Inc. have entered into an agreement under which Livingston will transition its North American domestic warehousing and ground transportation businesses, operated under Livingston Integrated Logistics, to DB Schenker. Under the terms of the … Continue reading

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