- THE MAGAZINE
Articles by Ken Krizner
Inland ports can provide a significant opportunity for manufacturers and retailers to reduce their supply chain costs because using an inland port can put cargo much closer to its final destination in major population centers.
Growing logistics infrastructure is striving to keep pace with a continued population boom.
Hurricane Sandy delivered many lessons for U.S. ports – whether or not they were in its path.
A Panama Canal strategy may include transshipment opportunities. Using Caribbean ports might quicken supply chain flows.
The Great Lakes can help improve supply chain effectiveness — and move from best-kept secret to best-used resource.
With the infrastructure in place, the Southwest U.S. is ready for logistics.
The logistics sector is not just a way to move goods from point to point anymore. It has become a strategic advantage for growing companies that can deliver their goods more quickly and extract value from their supply chains.