1. 18 Februar 2015Why a Major Backup at West Coast Ports Could Cost the Retail Industry Billions The protracted delays at West Coast ports, as labor disputes continue, may force retailers to rethink long-term strategies for...
  2. 17 Februar 2015Optimising supply chain with ship from store Investment in mobile and omnichannel retail is the number one business priority for the year ahead, according to a recent survey of...
  3. 13 Februar 2015West Coast Port Woes Could Hurt U.S. Companies for Months Even if the West Coast port labor dispute is settled in the next few days, lingering delays at the port, caused by the backlog of...
  4. 09 Februar 2015The New Era of the Agile Supply Chain Creating retail supply chain agility increasingly means having a clear line of sight throughout the product lifecycle – from...
  5. 09 Februar 2015The Times, They Are A-Changing When retailers are looking to transform their organization, they must first think about the consumer. “The customer...
  6. 09 Februar 2015Retailers Facing $7 Billion Pricetag Over West Coast Port Drama According to a Kurt Salmon analysis, the West Coast port congestion could cost retailers up to $7 billion this year, and by 2016,...
  7. 09 Februar 2015West Coast Ports: Retail’s $7 Billion Problem To mitigate the impact of the costly West Coast ports congestion, a number of retailers have begun to shift shipments to East Coast...
  8. 08 Februar 2015Weekend Shutdown Raises West Coast Ports’ Stakes Speaking with Women’s Wear Daily about the potential $7B impact of shutdowns at ports on the West Coast over the weekend,...
  9. 07 Februar 2015West Coast Port Congestion Heralds a “New Normal” in Transportation Even if labor negotiations move quickly at West Coast ports, the underlying structural and technological issues will continue to...
  10. 06 Februar 2015West Coast Port Congestion Could Cost Retailers $36.9 Billion In The Next 24 Months Fast-developing issues go deeper than labor negotiations and port strikes West Coast port congestion issues could cost retailers as...