Welcome to 2014: the year of social accountability for global supply chains. So says AsiaInspection, a provider of factory inspection, quality control and product-testing services for consumer goods and food importers. Last year was “a tipping point” for the implementation of social programs in overseas plants by major consumer brands, according to [...]
Singapore is the world's priciest place to live, surpassing Tokyo for the first time, according to a ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit. The WSJ's Deborah Kan speaks with EIU economist Edward Bell about why the Southeast Asian city-state is the so expensive.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is satisfying a year-old pledge by announcing the creation of two Pentagon-led institutes that will combine public and private resources to foster manufacturing innovation.
Moments before this video was taken, there were only two rabbits.
Just kidding, but it's not far off. During World War II, eight rabbits were brought to the Japanese island of Okunoshima, where they were used to test mustard gas.
Okunoshima is ...
Tim Sensenig's insight:
Does your Supply Chain have a New User Interface, sometimes we all follow the same old Supply Chain like a bunch of Rabbits! Have you really transformed your supply chain or do you simple have a new UI?
Teresita Sy-Coson sits down with her five siblings for lunch every Tuesday to plot the direction of the Philippines’ largest family-run conglomerate. The sessions start at 11 and invariably spill over the allotted two hours, says Sy-Coson, 63, chairman of BDO Unibank Inc. and the eldest child of Henry Sy, the country’s richest man.
Marine innovation engineering department at Rolls-Royce has presented a draft design of an ocean-going robo-vessel that could enter service within a decade. Experts remain highly skeptical that computers could replace human instincts anytime soon.
Freezing temperatures. Record snows. Planes grounded. Factories shuttered. Traffic snarls. Truck movement halted. Shelves are empty. It is a bad winter, and shipments are five to ten days late. Most manufacturers are helpless. They do not know the status of shipments. On the east coast of the United States, the [...]
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