Whoever is responsible for the UPS Logistics marketing campaign probably deserves a raise. This isn’t the first time we have gushed about the UPS Logistics marketing campaign on Supply Chain Digital, and admittedly it probably won’t be the last.
STARBUCKS—Peter Gibbons Title: Executive vice president, Global Supply Chain Operations
Today, the adidas Group presented its Environmental Strategy, a five-year plan to reengineer the company's approach to environmental management by focusing on significant improvements along the entire value chain. As part of the strategy, which was published together with the Group's 2010 Sustainability Report, the adidas Group is committed to using 100% Better Cotton by 2018.
A couple weeks ago we reported on a potential T-Mobile and Sprint merger deal that would combine the two networks in an attempt to compete with heavyweights Verizon and AT&T.
The consumers that ordered Apple’s market-shattering iPad 2 through the online Apple store (opposed to waiting in long lines on March 11) will likely see the projected shipping date of their iPad 2 move back another week due to production issues related to the aftermath of the Japanese tsunami.
Apparently the U.S. military hates March Madness.
Remember a couple weeks ago when FedEx CEO Frederick W. Smith was calling for energy independence from the Middle East?
Industrial conglomerate 3M is upping the production of safety-related products after the 8.9 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that struck Japan last week. 3M has already increased production in anticipation of surging demand in respiratory products (facemasks) and Nexcare (adhesive bandages).
DHL, the world’s leading logistics company, today announced that its Global Forwarding division has appointed a new country head in Bangladesh in the next phase of a US$10 million investment to enhance logistic capabilities in the fast-growing South Asian country. New country head Nooruddin Chowdhury is a 20-year veteran of the logistics and shipping industry.
There’s an old joke in the South, well actually there are a lot of jokes from the South, but there’s one in particular that relates to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International airport, which was recently named the world’s busiest for the 11th consecutive year.