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By Matthew Cherewka, SCB Contributor Advances in technology over the past few years have led many companies within the supply chain to explore robotics and automation, to improve efficiency in their operations. In many cases, however, these efforts tend to be giant, capital-intensive projects with fixed equipment such as large robotic arms, protective cages and […]

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If your organization’s success depends on its supply chain performance, the pandemic has likely exposed the major weak points in your business processes. The abrupt pause of manufacturing, shipping and distribution has led to thousands of containers stuck at ports, millions of workers temporarily out of work and purchase orders canceled or paused. The pressure […]

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By Allison McNeely | Bloomberg Broken Supply Chains Threaten Ruin at a Growing Number of Small Firms A growing cohort of smaller companies that survived the cold depths of the pandemic say now they’re in danger because the economy is too hot. Mattress sellers, flooring manufacturers and makers of clean energy equipment are warning that […]

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