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Supply Chain 4.0: Global Retailers Gear Up for the Future

The first of a three-part series with TCS, sharing insider insights on digital’s disruption of the supply chain.

DHL ramps up capacity to meet demand

DHL is expanding its capabilities in several ways to meet what it expects will be record holiday season volumes.

Lowe's names new COO to drive omnichannel agenda.

Walmart took a major step toward applying platform thinking to its e-commerce efforts by doing a deal with Lord & Taylor to create a flagship store on Walmart.com. The agreement solves a problem for both companies.

Zero to 60 in 20 seconds may not sound fast, but Tesla’s new electric truck does that while pulling an 80,000 pound load and then traveling 500 miles, leaving supply chain professionals eager to test the vehicle. At a much anticipated unveiling on Nov.

Alibaba recorded an eye-popping $25.3 billion in sales during its one day 11.11 Global Shopping Festival and brands such as Mondelez, Mattel, Gap, Gerber and L’Oreal were part of the action. The massive sales figure during the 24-hour November 11 period was a 39% increase from the prior yea

A new wrinkle in Amazon’s holiday strategy will allow those who communicate with virtual assistant Alexa to gain a several hour head start on key promotions. Customers who voice shop with Alexa will get an exclusive shopping window several hours earlier than the general public with access t

Albertsons is teaming up with IRI to leverage its Liquid Data technology platform. Albertsons Companies, which has more than 2,200 grocery stores across 33 states and the District of Columbia, plans to integrate its supply chain data, including inventory and transactional shipment data, int

New Wegmans in N.C. approved

Retail supply chains in the U.S. will be shaped by a new intermodal facility downriver from New Orleans.

The thought of Seattle and Portland residents having vegan meals delivered via electric scooters may conjure progressive stereotypes, but the trend is spreading and the supply chain implications are huge.

Produce has been the star of the show for food retailers for a long time. Looking to communicate an image of freshness and quality from the moment shoppers arrive in store, grocers have moved packaged goods away from center stage while positioning produce as the focal point of the store.

At the turn of the century, delivering milk to customer doorsteps was the norm. Then, as grocery stores and modern appliances took off, milk was mostly purchased at retailers.

The pace of digital integration occurring in the supermarket industry is accelerating. No one would dispute that.

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