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Register now for this upcoming webinar to learn about the latest export regulations, and how you can overcome the export compliance challenges associated with going global.
The U.S. Government has announced significant alterations to the export control guidelines for equipment, parts, components, software, related technology and services used in spacecraft and satellites.
“I’m watching you.” Just as Robert De Niro warned Greg Focker in Meet the Parents, Fokker Services should have realized that the U.S. government was watching too.
The old assumptions driving supply chain design and strategy were focused on achieving the lowest possible cost of goods and the most efficient distribution to stores.
Global commerce is growing in complexity -- companies are struggling to give their customers visibility into inventory, especially online and in-store. GT Nexus surveyed over 5,000 shoppers across the US, UK, France and Germany to understand the evolution of the retail landscape, and whether retailers could measure up to consumer expectations.
Company leaders have placed priority on supply chain visibility and agility, yet rank their own performance in these areas as low. Current IT infrastructure and extensive ERP spend are not closing that gap between goal and reality, particularly with external trading partners.
Whether your company makes car parts, blenders or chocolate-chip cookies, today’s global supply chains pose numerous risks to manufacturers.
Imagine you are told to participate in a car race from San Francisco to New York using a minimum amount of fuel and without speeding.
Midsized companies are struggling to maintain compliance as they expand into new foreign markets. In a survey of 360 midsized companies, Amber Road found that many compliance teams are lacking process automation.
During the winter of 2013-14, relentless sub-zero temperatures and snowfall made it extremely difficult to keep supply chains running smoothly. A major automaker encountered enormous challenges in trying to move cargo in this severe weather. It was under extreme pressure to keep production up and running at its U.S. plants, which meant its domestic supply chain needed to move as scheduled.
Calculating a true landed cost for global sourcing directly correlates with the profitability of purchased goods. However, few companies can command real-time visibility in to all the costs involved for cross border movements. In this podcast, World Trade 100 and Amber Road highlight how a comprehensive global trade platform that converges both logistics and compliance costs can deliver true landed cost visibility.
Speaker: Hung Lee, Senior Product Manager, Amber Road
Filled with proven operational solutions, it will guide managers as they develop a warehouse master plan, one designed to minimize the effects of supply chain inefficiencies as it improves logistics accuracy and inventory management - and reduces overall warehousing expense.