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Today oil prices continued their downward trajectory hitting a three-month low after weekly data showed a record buildup in U.S. crude inventories. Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, fell 1.6% to $52.25 a barrel on London’s ICE Futures exchange.
Coke is doing some work to improve the water footprint of it's manufacturing line. With the amount of water it uses makes sense to address this now.
Talk about an interplanetary supply chain. And 3D printing is at the heart of it. A project to create a colony on Mars is starting in the Mojave.
I learned about the Roadie app from a coullege a few weeks ago. I downloaded it to see what it was all about and I must admit that it is pretty cool.
I saw a video about a printer that prints nail designs on your fingernails using your smartphone and a custom printer. Pretty cool invention if you ask me.
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This is without exception a marketing fail. Not only will the supply chain not work on this, but alienating the consumer is a big problem.
Here is an interesting article about Big Data and a start up here in Massachusetts that talks not only about the technology, but the career and educational requirements to create the manpower to ma
I found this on my facebook feed recently. This story reminds me of the human side of supply chain and logistics. Well done FedEx!
Tidbits from my reading in the Financial Times this morning. Since 2000, 52% of the companies in the Fortune 500 have either gone bankrupt, been acquired, ceased to exist, or dropped out of th
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