After a year that saw unexpected innovations, disruptions, and new policies and tariffs, can we truly predict what’s ahead for the global supply chain in 2019? We’ll certainly try. In the final episode of 2018, Matt Gunn and Guy Courtin gaze into the crystal ball to gauge what the near future will bring to the world of supply chain, and whether businesses are better prepared to sense and respond to the many unexpected changes that happen each day.
Most businesses only have access to about 20% of the data in their supply chains. What about the rest? The other 80% is locked away in the systems of the suppliers, trading partners, and other stakeholders enterprises rely on to make and move their goods. In this episode, GT Nexus’ Dave Morgan joins Guy Courtin to discuss what happens when enterprises fully connect their supply chains, and how good data management leads to enhanced supply chain visibility and provides the raw materials needed to power machine learning and AI.
Journal of Commerce editor Eric Johnson returns to Supply Chain Radio to discuss the International Maritime Organization's new maritime emissions rules and their potential effect on the global supply chain when the regulations go into effect in 2020.