Items Tagged with 'The Alliance Award'


Managing Growth and Information Flows Together

This year’s Alliance Award recipients demonstrate how open dialogue and close coordination pay big dividends.

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From the Publisher - A Special Thanks

I’d like to express my heartfelt appreciation to the readers, advertisers, sponsors, and friends of World Trade 100 for the support they have shown over the years.

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Alliance Awards – Warehousing: Align Cultures

 A common goal and vision are important to serve the customer. When the whole network is aligned, everyone benefits. 

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Alliance Awards – Domestic Freight Single Mode: Networking With Friends

 When Toshiba looked for a solution to damage problems, Averitt introduced its network partner to produce even bigger results. 

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Alliance Award – Domestic Multimodal: The Right Dialogue

 Open discussions with the right partners can lead to good results and continuous improvement. 

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Alliance Awards – International Transportation: Challenge Norms

 Logistics can be a game of mathematical challenges, but with enough variables Dal-Tile and its partners found a workable solution. 

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Supply Chain Alliances Share Common Goals

A close fit on culture and shared interest in outcomes help define strong supply chain alliances.

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The Epitome of Extra Mile

Sixteen companies that have gone the Extra Mile to improve their supply chain performance were recognized at a special ceremony in January at the SMC3 Jumpstart 2013 conference. The first-ever Alliance awards were jointly sponsored by World Trade 100 and SMC3.
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The Alliance: Sustainability

Stop Landfilling

World Trade 100/SMC3 Alliance Awards
By rough estimate, 143,500 tons of waste is produced by scrapped windshields in the United States; Safelite wanted to do its part to stop sending windshields to the landfill.
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The Alliance: Warehousing

Start Early

World Trade 100/SMC3 Alliance Awards
Part of Safelite’s success with change to its distribution network came from forming alliances early.
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Five Wearable Manufacturing Technologies of the Future

Video applications, Employee Monitoring, Field service, Plant monitoring, Improving employee safety.

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Assurance of Supply: A Top Concern for Manufacturers

Every manufacturer has an assurance of supply problem to some extent due to the complexity of global sourcing. For years, manufacturers were blessed with high margins but margins have grown paper thin. You can’t fill up your distribution centers with excess inventory – not only is there a cost factor but the pace of business and consumer buying trends causes goods to quickly turn obsolete. Assurance of supply provides the speed and agility that is essential to being able to compete in today’s market.


Speaker info: Diane Palmquist, VP Manufacturing Industry Solutions


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2014 December

Check out the December 2014 edition of World Trade WT100, featuring our cover story on Air Cargo, The Alliance Awards, plus much more!

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World-Class Warehousing and Material Handling, 1st Edition

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.

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