Sanitary Transport of Human and Animal Food (STHAF) Rules, of the 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act, are subject to much confusion and faulty interpretation, resulting in inspection delays, unnecessary fees, and supply chain disruptions. The post Food Safety Compliance & Inspections: What Shippers Need to Know appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints.
While the changes occurring within the supply chain are, at times, in tandem with the rapid growth of e-commerce and technology, how companies approach things like their distribution networks and industrial building design is fundamentally changing. That was a key thesis of a new research report issued today by Chicago-based commercial real estate broker JLL.
Last week, Rep. Earl Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) made another push, in the form of new legislation, to make a short-line railroad tax credit permanent.
Earlier this week, Atlanta-based transportation and logistics bellwether UPS received some potentially good news when the European Court of Justice said that a previous decision by anti-trust regulators in 2013 to prevent UPS’s intended acquisition of TNT Express NV, a provider of mail and courier services and the fourth largest global parcel operator, is to…
More than 130 free on-floor educational sessions will be housed in theaters located on South and North show floors.
With the continual expansion of the global economy—and the supply chain reach required to support it—ProMat 2019 expects more than 5,000 attendees from 110 countries.
Attendees seeking to delve deeper into different types of materials handling equipment and how they work together are invited to turn to show sponsor MHI’s Industry Groups.
With ProMat 2019 spanning both McCormick Place’s South and North halls—and Automate 2019 again co-located alongside ProMat exhibits in the North Hall—your single registration gets you double the access.
McKinnon brings over 27 years of experience in show management to MHI.
Entrepreneurs vie for $10,000 cash award, spotlight at the April 8-11 Automate show and conference.