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Tariffs Fabricated Metals Supply Chain

Tariffs Bend Fabricated Metals Market Supply Chains

Perhaps more than most sectors, fabricated metal product manufacturers are caught up in the tariffs and trade wars that are affecting the North American economy.

Companies in this industry transform metals into components or final products through various processes such … Read more

Global Trade E-Commerce Brumett

Tackle Global Trade Uncertainty With Enterprise Logistics Solutions

With tariffs and the threat of trade wars looming, global commerce has never been more uncertain. Moreover, the pace of change will only accelerate with unrelenting pressure to develop agile and responsive supply chains to support domestic and global e-commerce.… Read more

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Make New Friends, But Keep the Old; One is Silver and the Other Gold

That old scouting song has something important to tell us about relationships with Enterprise Logistics Providers. No one knows your business better than you, especially when it comes to servicing your customers. So why should you compromise your established carrier … Read more

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Automotive Supply Chains Poised for Top Speed

In 2016, the U.S. auto industry sold a record 17.6 million vehicles – down slightly to 17.25 million in 2017 – with incentives such as rebates and low-financing packages driving much of those sales. Those packages can cost up to … Read more

TFTEA Compliance

TFTEA Compliance Poses New Risks and Rewards in Apparel and Footwear Industries

February 2018 marked the second anniversary of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA) that has reshaped international trade for importers and exporters.

In addition to increased scrutiny of supply chains and border compliance, the remainder of the year … Read more