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Using Tracking to Keep Spending Down

According to Supply Chain Quarterly, holiday shoppers are using parcel tracking to keep their spending in check this holiday season. 

Holiday shoppers are turning to supply chain technology like parcel tracking to maintain their spending levels this winter despite spending pressure from inflation, according to a survey from Fed-Ex Express Canada.


Pelico Hopes to Increase Platform

French supply chain management company Pelico has raised $18.5 million to increase its platform.

Parisian startup Pelico has announced raising a $18.5 million round for its supply chain management software proposition.


SCM Bought By McKinsey

According to Industrial Distribution, McKinsey & Co has acquired SCM Connections, a company that uses advanced tech for supply chain planning.

McKinsey & Company announced it has acquired SCM Connections, a leader in advanced technology-enabled supply chain planning and analytics. 


Supply CHain Problems Aren’t Over Yet

According to SCMR, a new survey shows decision makers feel that the supply chain disruptions aren’t over yet.

SAP SE has released a new survey that finds senior business decision-makers expect the unprecedented supply chain issues and disruptions that U.S. companies have been grappling with for years are not over yet.


RFID Can Improve Supply Chain Operations

RFID technology is something that can improve companies' supply chain operations, reports TechTarget.

RFID might seem like old news, but the technology can still potentially improve companies' supply chain operations today.


McKinsey Acquires Supply Chain Company

According to ChannelE2E, McKinsey has acquired SCM Connections, a global and supply chain planning company.

Global management consulting firm McKinsey & Company has acquired SCM Connections, a supply chain planning and analytics firm. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.


DOE Funds Element Supply Projects

The Department of Energy announced funding to drive projects that increase the domestic supply of critical elements.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $39 million in funding for 16 projects across 12 states to develop market-ready technologies that will increase domestic supplies of critical elements required for the clean energy transition.


2023 Innovations in Supply Chain

What supply chain innovations will 2023 see, reports Forbes. 

As we near the end of the year, many supply chain executives will become embroiled in their firm’s annual strategic planning process.


Innovations in Supply Chain Driven By Disruptions

According to FreightWaves, the supply chain disruptions are what is fueling supply chain innovations.

For as long as humans have shipped goods across oceans, the global supply chain has been exposed to unexpected disruptions.


Using AI in the Chip Market

Using technology like artificial intelligence and analytics can help semiconductor companies keep the supply chain flowing, reports CNBC.

Businesses and consumers have been grappling with supply chain issues for months, resulting in annoying shortages of all kinds of products, including all-important semiconductor chips.


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