Monthly Archives: November 2017

Moving Beyond Global Trade Management to Deliver on Global Commerce Management

Global trade continues to accelerate both in volumes and complexity. If you don’t agree, just take a look at Alibaba and their most recent Singles Day where products were purchased from 192 countries! To get a feel for this growth, … Continue reading

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Ryder Places First Medium-Duty Electric Vehicle Order with Chanje Energy and Begins to Roll Out Charging Stations

Miami, November 2, 2017 —Ryder System, Inc. (NYSE: R), a leader in commercial fleet management, dedicated transportation, and supply chain solutions, announced today it has started to take delivery of 125 medium-duty electric panel vans, the first of their kind … Continue reading

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Achieving the Integrated Global Supply Chain

Guest post from Ned Blinick of 3rdwave The integrated global supply chain exists when activities between all supply chain partners are seamlessly coordinated to achieve the optimal results for all its participants. These partners are executives, managers, co-workers, suppliers, customers, … Continue reading

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