Check out this week’s #SupplyChain roundup below!
- UPS targets renewable energy and releases new goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By 2020, 25% of UPS’ annual vehicle purchases will be powered by either alternative fuel or will be advanced technology vehicles.
- Recent cyber-attacks on against logistics providers reveals the scale of impact security breaches can have on global logistics. What kinds of logistics continuity plans are necessary amid the growing threat of cyber-attacks. Read more here!
- Canada is open for business! In the age of advanced technology and increasingly complex supply chains, the key to Canadian entrepreneurship and small business growth is continued trade facilitation.
- While 3-D printing could have a big impact on the food industry, but 3-D printing technology has a number of hurdles to overcome in order to succeed including speed, price, and reliability.
What are you #SupplyChainGeeks reading this weekend?