MH&L’s readers submit several good questions every week for our panel of experts to field. Most of them deal with complex logistics issues, but every once in a while we get some pretty simple ones—sometimes deceptively simple.
Take this one, f...
Tan Miller, director of the global supply chain management program at Rider University, describes how companies large and small can channel the analytics skills of today’s graduates toward their supply chains.
What's the difference between global procurement and international procurement?
John Hill, Director
St. Onge Company
1."Global" is a word that is used to refer to issues and concerns of the entire world while "i...
Alan Will, retired Marine Colonel and now president of PWG Distribution Solutions, offers his view of what the military side of logistics brings to the business side—and why he’s optimistic about the result.
In California the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal ruled that a class of 2,300 individuals working for FedEx Ground was misclassified as independent contractors instead of employees. As a result, FedEx may owe its workforce of drivers ...
Ron Giuntini, consultant and principal of Giuntini & Co., Inc., tells MH&L how material handling and logistics managers can adopt the Uber asset sharing model to generate revenue from under-utilized equipment.