It was Wednesday, March 11th and Ken’s Foods had a dilemma. They wanted their corporate teams to work from home but at least 60 individuals currently worked on desktop computers in the office,...
As the use of technology in cars continues to grow at a rapid pace, tech companies are moving to expand products and services to the automotive supply chain.
The expansion of the Panama Canal, which handles about a third of Asia-to-US trade, is poised to boost trade and shipping services by shortening the one-way journey by sea from Asia to the U.S. East Coast.
The game of musical chairs in the container shipping industry continues: Several players have agreed to form shipping alliances to combat the confluence of a 30% oversupply of ships and weaker consumer demand amid a faltering global economy.
As more people turn to the Internet to purchase products, industries are feeling the pressure to improve efficiency while ensuring customer satisfaction.
On February 25, board members at Sharp voted and agreed to a buyout by Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group. How will the move affect manufacturing for Foxconn?