News & Highlights
Supply Chain Visibility and the Digital Network ─ A CSCMP Hot Topic
Rising consumer expectations and market volatility have put pressure on B2C and B2B supply chains. Demand for more efficient delivery and increasing economic uncertainty require supply chain professionals to continually audit processes and identify inefficiencies to stay competitive. Many shippers lose visibility of their freight after a load leaves the docks. Data and analytics provide a solution.
Download this CSCMP Hot Topic written by Convoy to learn more about Digital Freight Networks (DFN), a new class of freight service provider combining technology, data, and a dense network of carriers and shippers.
CSCMP Releases EPIC Global Supply Chain Readiness Index Report
Global supply chains power the world and managing constant change is all in a day’s work, but success doesn’t happen without planning. Understanding the potential risks in your global supply chain requires knowledge of both industry changes as well as macroeconomic, political and social issues.
CSCMP members have free access to the report, and non-members can purchase the report . CSCMP and partners also presented a webinar on the EPIC Global Supply Chain Risk Assessment Report. Access the replay to learn more.
Uncovering COVID-19's Real Impact on Freight Strategies ─ A CSCMP Hot Topic
As COVID-19 continues to spread and the resulting social distancing measures influence the supply and demand of goods, shippers need to quickly adapt to changes in the market. Cut through the noise with three key points that illustrate how shippers can plan and navigate the COVID-19 landscape. Thank you to Heather Mueller, COO of Breakthrough, a CSCMP Corporate Member, for contributing this Hot Topic. Read more.
2020 Third-Party Logistics Study
Join CSCMP, Penske Logistics, Korn Ferry and Pennsylvania State University for the 2020 Third-Party Logistics Study Webinar on Thursday, May 21, 11am CDT. This webinar will explore key insights from the 2020 Third-Party Logistics Study. Access the report at no cost. Register for the webinar on May 21.