Supply Chains are changing rapidly. Manufacturers and retailers are trying to find ways to respond to faster shipping demands while keeping inventories low. To keep pace, shippers and 3PLs must be nimble and need good data to drive sound decision making that ensures services levels and control costs.
Blockchain is a movement that has applications to many different industries from cryptocurrencies to financial transactions to the supply chains. So what elements of blockchain are important and how does this emerging trend help the supply chains be more efficient?
Several factors have contributed to increased demand for 3PL warehousing services in 2018. Providers of these services are overall experiencing double digit growth. Three events stand out as having the most significant impact:
The Inbound Logistics team has selected The Shippers Group as a Green Supply Chain Partner for 2018!
In the “Lean and Green" edition of Inbound Logistics (June), The Shippers Group is featured in the G75 special section - the 75 leading companies you can turn to when seeking green supply chain management and logistics partners. Inbound Logistics editors have determined the 2018 honorees are truly "walking the walk" when it comes to commitment to supply chain sustainability.
At The Shippers Group, we pledge to be responsible users of resources and preservation of our environment through programs that reduce waste, reuse and recycle. Read more about how we became a Top 75 Green Supply Chain Partner at Inbound Logistics, and learn more about The Shippers Group's by visiting our services page.