Customer experience increasingly relies on an organization’s ability to provide seamless product delivery. Disruption anywhere in the order-to-cash cycle sparks negative consequences. If calamity occurs at points closest to the end consumer, where public scrutiny is highest, satisfaction scores jeopardize … Read more
Right now, there are tariffs in place or pending to December on about $500 million in annual U.S. imports from China. The United States-China trade dispute escalated in August with an increase in existing and future tariffs on Chinese imports … Read more
Parcel shipping continues to claim a larger share of the transportation market as manufacturers and retailers respond to consumer demands. Globally, annual volume could exceed 100 billion parcels by 2020. More companies are coming to understand the role that parcel … Read more
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
Many companies are aware of the financial risks involved in trade compliance management due to the increased enforcement activity of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) as authorized under the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act. Some have even made efforts … Read more