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How will the digital economy revolutionize Supply Chain and Logistics?

How will the digital economy revolutionize Supply Chain and Logistics?   Technology advancements are reshaping both our personal and professional lives. When it comes to supply chain and logistics is no different: the new digital environment is transforming the way goods are shipped and delivered.   5G, the use of big data, artificial intelligence, blockchain, … Continue reading How will the digital economy revolutionize Supply Chain and Logistics?

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ARGOS IATF 16949

IATF 16949 – Setting the bar higher for Customer Satisfaction and Quality Management.   IATF 16949, or International Automotive Task Force, is a standard that establishes requirements for a Quality Management System: it provides guidance and tools for companies who want to guarantee that their products and services consistently meet customer satisfaction.   Initially defined … Continue reading ARGOS IATF 16949

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Hedging for non-convertible currencies?

Hedging for non-convertible currencies? Learn more about Non-Deliverable Forward Contracts.   A Non-Deliverable Forward (NDF) contract is an alternative way to hedge a foreign exchange (FX) exposure against a currency that is not convertible. Some countries’ monetary authorities impose restrictions on their currency’s convertibility in order to regulate the currency’s inflow and outflow. As a … Continue reading Hedging for non-convertible currencies?

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TRAVEL AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT? MEET ALICE!!

Meet Alice, the battery-powered plane that could herald the age of electric air travel Written by Elaine Thelen, Writer, Formative Content   Every minute, 84 flights take off worldwide. Last year, more than 4 billion journeys were made by plane. Air travel underpins trade, tourism and economic growth, but it is also a major contributor to climate change. So … Continue reading TRAVEL AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT? MEET ALICE!!

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3 Lessons Supply Chain Professionals Can Learn From NASA

3 Lessons Supply Chain Professionals Can Learn From NASA Writer Martin Verwijmeren Resilience, Agile Strategy, and Innovation Sunday, July 20, 1969, went down as one of the most momentous days in history when the first humans successfully set foot on the moon. Hundreds of millions of awed and enthused people tuned in for the Apollo 11 milestone – the … Continue reading 3 Lessons Supply Chain Professionals Can Learn From NASA

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CHINA TARRIFS

China Tariffs – Now What?   There is no end in sight for the tensions between the U.S. and China: the latest developments shows neither Trump nor Chinese President Xi Jinping are willing to back down: “The U.S. will start, on September 1st, putting a small additional Tariff of 10% on the remaining 300 Billion … Continue reading CHINA TARRIFS

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