Tag Archives: John Paxton

The Connected Worker

Supply Chains Transforming to Improve Worker Productivity, Experience and Safety BY JOHN PAXTON, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, MHI Link to digital version of article in MHI Solutions. With the rapidly growing workforce challenges of recruiting and retaining talent, firms are continuing to look for solutions by implementing automation, artificial intelligence, augmented reality and other technologies. These tools not only empower and ...

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Wanted for the Future: Strong Leadership Skills, Training Support

Strong leadership capabilities at all levels have never been more integral to a business’s success. The future environment of the material handling industry requires new skills and experiences for its leaders.

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Innovation Drives Supply Chain Resilience

The eighth edition of the MHI Annual Industry Reportconnects investment in digital technology to supply chain organizations’ ability to respond, recover and thrive amid disruption.

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Supply Chain Resilience Is Key to Responding, Recovering and Thriving Amid Disruption

By John Paxton, CEO, MHI Digital supply chain innovation has been the common theme over the last eight MHI Annual Industry Reports. However, the pandemic drove home the necessity of digital innovation as a core supply chain competency—and it has catapulted this opportunity to the top of CEOs’ agendas. For some, the pandemic served as a proof of concept for ...

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The New Age of Supply Chain Automation

By John Paxton, CEO, MHI The pandemic has thrown many challenges into supply chains, and rarely have leaders faced such complex and changing conditions. What COVID-19 revealed is that many supply chains grew brittle in their decades-long quest for cost-savings while others that invested in emerging technologies and risk-planning proved to be agile and resilient enough to survive, and even ...

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Software that Unlocks the Power of Automation

It’s no secret that the ongoing labor shortage and consumers’ desire for ever-shorter delivery times have combined to pose an unprecedented challenge for supply chains.

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