Category Archives: Automation

The ACE Downtime Procedures

Heather Noggle   November 27, 2017   Comments Off on The ACE Downtime Procedures

Some link following for you! Customs Now put together a blog post stemming from the mid November ACE outage about said downtime procedures.  We recommend you review the post, found here. This is mostly helpful for its links to other places of interest. And, the statement itself. Finally, the official downtime policy… Read more »

Supply Chain 2017 and Beyond

Heather Noggle   November 1, 2017   Comments Off on Supply Chain 2017 and Beyond

It’s all connected, you see.  Physical goods and components cannot be teleported (yet), but visibility to your governing data can be real time. It’s technology that defines the 21st century supply chain. Other key people factors also mirror general business: constant improvement being central to that. Minimize your disconnect. Here… Read more »

Logistics and Digital Transformation

Heather Noggle   October 27, 2017   Comments Off on Logistics and Digital Transformation

The 4PL – abstract logistics management. No fleet of vehicles, no warehouses, no transport equipment: 4PL providers manage supply chains without any of their own assets. A business model that, only a few years ago, still occupied a mere niche market in the shadow of the big logistics companies is… Read more »

Reducing Costs, Increasing Efficiency, and…not suprising…Technology!

Heather Noggle   August 7, 2017   Comments Off on Reducing Costs, Increasing Efficiency, and…not suprising…Technology!

I do so love the Global Trade blog – so many good posts across so many topics. This particular post discusses automation and its role in increasing and reducing all of the things we want to increase and reduce, respectively: “Technology is enabling a much greater degree of automation in… Read more »