Current Features

Consumer Goods Industry Seeing Some Big Numbers

The consumer packaged goods industry can expect 2022 to be another year of “strong financial performance,” according to an annual report on the industry. Just don’t expect it to be easy.

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Why Workplace Microaggressions Are a Big Deal

While microaggressions can be deliberate, most of the time they are unintentional. These suggestions and experiences from MHI member companies can help reduce their occurrence.

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Driving ESG Goals Through the Supply Chain

Determining if your suppliers are helping or hurting your drive to net-zero and other business sustainability goals is easier said than done. New supply chain mapping and monitoring tools are helping crack the code.

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Cyber Threat Grows With Rise of Digital Supply Chains

Risk management practices must evolve to meet a new set of serious risks, as the rise of the digital supply chain has brought countless new opportunities but also dangerous security risks for companies to monitor and manage.

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Blockchain Technology Adds Transparency, Traceability and Security

Although most often associated with financial transactions, blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies also offer capabilities to support business operations—including the complex data sharing requirements of the supply chain.

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2022 MHI Innovation Award Finalists Announced

Click here to view the full MHI Solutions feature. MHI released the list of finalists for the 2022 MHI Innovation Award. After receiving 121 submissions for this year’s awards, judges comprised of professionals from the material handling and supply chain industry completed the initial vetting process. Four finalists were chosen as the most innovative products in each category: Best New ...

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Ports Eye Drones for Bigger Role in Keeping the Supply Chain Moving

BY DAVID COBURN ULY_P30/SHUTTERSTOCK.COM Container ship backlogs and other disruptions to port operations around the world can result in long and costly delays for logistics providers and their customers, but research on several fronts points to one promising technology that could help keep the supply chain moving. From Corpus Christi to Hamburg to Singapore, public- and private-sector initiatives are under ...

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