Archive for March 2010 – Page 2

(Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt of a paper written by ARC Advisory Group on behalf of Wared Logistics. The opinions and observations stated are those of ARC Advisory Group. You can download the full report at this link).

Many logistics professionals equate Dubai with logistics in the Middle East, and for good reason. Dubai is home to the busiest container port in the region, which… Continue reading

Categories : Middle East
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The logistics industry is obviously interested in what sorts of taxes might be applied to fuels that emit carbon dioxide (CO2). Whatever laws are enacted will depend partly on the public’s opinion on these issues. Recent surveys show somewhat contradictory reactions in the American public as to whether green house gases are causing global warming, and if so, what should be done about it. 

A recent poll by the Yale

Categories : Sustainability
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We were briefed a few months ago by BabbleWare, a new entrant to the Supply Chain Execution (SCE) market. BabbleWare sells warehouse management, manufacturing execution, and mobile execution applications. It offers both software-as-a-service (SaaS) and license pricing. BabbleWare’s solution integrates to paper-based systems (as well as systems that generate telnet/terminal emulation, XML transactions, and even Excel spreadsheets), pulls the data needed to create mobile scanning applications with the appropriate… Continue reading

Between cleaning out my flooded basement and going on the road, keeping up with this week’s news was a bit challenging. But here’s what we found interesting this week:

Categories : Mobile Technologies, This Week in News
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Today is my 11-year anniversary at ARC Advisory Group. A decade plus one working in an industry that I never knew existed back when I was in college, and as a kid it certainly wasn’t on my short list of “what I wanted to be when I grew up” (if you must know, on my morning walks to grade school, I would pretend to be an astronaut, jumping in… Continue reading

Categories : Just for Fun, Social Media
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