Three Goals of Supply Chain Management Explained

Supply chain management is an important business activity for any company that sells products. From a simple one-man Amazon business to a multinational corporation selling millions of units yearly, supply chain management is an absolute necessity to making sure that both the financial model and the distribution model are as good as they can be.


Quick Guide to Improving Fashion Supply Chain Management

The fashion industry is well known for being a tough business. With big companies like Forever 21 having solvency problems, it becomes apparent that any weakness in supply chain or demand forecasting can seriously hurt a fashion company.

So what can be done about the fashion supply chain, and how can it be managed better? Here’s an overview of the issues, and how they can be helped.


Rising to the Challenge: How MAXAIR Systems Helped Protect Healthcare Workers During COVID-19

What’s the first thing you picture when you think about the COVID-19 pandemic? It’s probably masks. The shortage of protective devices made everyone uneasy—especially healthcare workers on the front line of the fight to overcome the deadly virus. 

For Bio-Medical Devices, International, increasing production during COVID-19 wasn’t just a matter of adjusting to demand. It was an imperative…

Guide to Manufacturing Scheduling Software

Manufacturing scheduling software has become much more popular in recent years. The reason is because this software allows for optimized production scheduling and demand forecasting in order to create production plans that keep the operations as efficient as possible.

But how do you choose a manufacturing scheduling software, and what do you need to do before you go all in on one? We’re…

How To Manage Your Supply Chain During COVID-19

COVID-19 came seemingly out of nowhere, and within a few months of us hearing about it in China, governments all over the world had locked down.

Borders were closed, workplaces were shuttered, and travel was restricted to only the most necessary.

As a result, supply chains all over the world took a hit. Shortages in raw materials and manufactured goods appeared. Nobody is unaffected.