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FedEx, UPS, and USPS Ramp Up Hiring for the Holidays

Peak shipping season for holiday packages runs from Black Friday through early January, allowing for the increasing number of returns that occur after Christmas. This leads to three of the most popular US shippers, UPS, FedEX, and USPS, hiring thousands […]

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Understanding How To Protect Your Warehouse Facility

Guest blog by MHI member Xpanda Quantum Security Products I was recently asked to provide some guidance to secure a small warehouse; they only had a handful of employees but wanted to provide security for both the facility and their employees. Some […]

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The Healthcare Supply Chain

It doesn’t take much to uncover the biggest issues facing the healthcare sector. It’s likely something covered in today’s news. Price pressures have trickled down throughout the sector—leaving no aspect of the vast system, which accounted for 17 percent of […]

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Dynamic Product Valuation

Dynamic product valuation; are B2B and B2C ready to value their products like commodities—where accessibility, deliverability, location and availability are considered on parity with the intrinsic value of the product produced? Or—SHOULD they value their products as commodities? It depends, […]

Supply Chain Aid for Natural Disasters

Typically, when we talk about supply chain, we talk about moving product – product that will eventually be purchased, consumed, and probably disposed of at some point. It leaves it fairly dry and detached. We’re just moving stuff. But with […]

Milk Microbe Study can Improve Food Safety

By Alex Batty, MHI Marketing Communications Coordinator |@mhi_alex More milk news! The reason it keeps coming up is because transporting milk and milk products is kind of a big deal. It’s a delicate balance to transport these products and supply […]

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