30 Apr 2023

Exploring the Promise and Pitfalls: ChatGPT’s Role in Supply Chain Applications

  Manhattan Associates, the leading supplier of supply chain management software solutions and renowned for their warehouse management systems (WMS), recently held their Momentum user conference. One of the key highlights from the event was the keynote speech by Sanjeev Siotta, Chief Technology Officer at Manhattan, where he discussed the potential of integrating ChatGPT into […]

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22 Apr 2023

Request for Enhanced Data Protection for Online Booking by Shippers and Forwarders

  The Global Shippers Forum and forwarder group Fiata have created a Charter for Protection and Governance of Data in International Trade as part of efforts to improve data protection for online booking and trading. The charter sets out the minimum arrangements for data security and confidentiality that providers and operators of digital booking and trading […]

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10 Apr 2023

Chatbots Are Stepping Toward Supply Chains

Software companies are looking at the latest AI technology as a way to make sense of vast stores of data, improve logistics decisions   Logistics experts are trying to find out whether the latest development in artificial intelligence, a chatbot that has triggered a global race to refine the technology for work tasks, can tell them how […]

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11 Mar 2023

5 Ways AI is Changing Supply Chains

Artificial intelligence (AI) is already making its way into the supply chain. If you missed the launch, then it’s time to track the trajectory of AI’s impact from managing initial demand to final-mile delivery. So, where does AI fit in today’s supply chain? Only six short years ago, the trade association MHI published a supply chain […]

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18 Jan 2023

High Supply-Chain Costs are Receding; Tracking Inventory on the Shelf

  Consumer prices that took off last year are starting to flatten out as a wave of rising supply-chain costs starts to retreat. The WSJ’s Sarah Nassauer, Suzanne Kapner and Nick Timiraos report the trends on store shelves may be another sign that inflation is starting to turn a corner. Many companies raised their prices […]

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04 Sep 2022

Opposing Reaction Between PMA and ILWU to Automation

  Automation at marine terminals in Los Angeles and Long Beach has increased paid hours for employees by expanding terminal capacity and improving cargo velocity, reports a new study commissioned by the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) representing maritime employers at the West Coast ports. The report, released ahead of labor negotiations which are due to […]

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