Distribution and Transportation Discussions and Forums
There are three primary processes for resolving disputes: negotiation, mediation and adjudication (arbitration and litigation). The first two—as well as arbitration—make up ADR, the acronym for alternative dispute resolution and are touted as being faster, cheaper and better than traditional adversarial litigation.
Discussions and Forums
The gender gap in supply chain salaries
Planning and building a new distribution centre
The current way of doing things
Venturing into emerging markets offers high rewards—and risks—for supply chains
Positive feelings feelings for supply chain and materials handling industry on display at ProMat 2013
Food chain changes discussed at 2012 Transportation Conference
Fighting crime and improving health and safety at the IWLA Fall Conference
Roberts Bank expansion plan under review
Association of Canadian Port Authorities holds annual conference in Ontario
Now examines key trends and industry changes in addititon to compensation
Experts weigh in on drawing young workers to supply chain roles
Government officials met at International Transport Forum
During a previous professional incarnation I worked as an editor and writer at a large research and teaching hospital in Toronto. One of the most satisfying and reassuring aspects of the job was the opportunity, every so often, to glimpse how the treatments patients received helped transform their lives from illness to health. In more than a few instances, those treatments played a role in saving a patient’s life.
Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council using videos to raise interest in supply chain careers
I have a close friend who, smart though he is, isn’t particularly good with his money. Years ago he got into trouble with credit card debt. Perhaps you’ve heard of similar situations: he had about four credit cards and began using one credit card to pay the balance on another. He would rotate his payments in this fashion, switching from one card to the next as they became due.
Trucking organization discusses border and trade issues as well as cargo crime
MM&D’s DC cost benchmarking study offers a look at what Canadian companies spend and how. With a research survey and roundtable discussion,
Oil prices affect DC operations.
When employment and corporate relationships break down, concerns can arise about restrictive covenants, in which one party promises to refrain from certain actions.