supply chains

5 Challenges to Expanding into Europe with Joe Paris

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From the “Logistics of Logistics” podcast; June 4th, 2020 Joseph Paris and Joe Lynch discuss 5 challenges to expanding into Europe. As an American entrepreneur and recognized expert in operational excellence living in Germany, Joe Paris has unique, first-hand insights into the challenges facing American companies expanding into Europe. Key Takeaways – 5 Challenges to Expanding into Europe…
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How Toyota thrives when the chips are down

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(Reuters) – Toyota may have pioneered the just-in-time manufacturing strategy but when it comes to chips, its decision to stockpile what have become key components in cars goes back a decade to the Fukushima disaster. After the catastrophe severed Toyota’s supply chains on March 11, 2011, the world’s biggest automaker realised the lead-time for semiconductors…
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One Way to Build More Resilient Medical Supply Chains in the U.S

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Summary.   When shortages of PPE and other medical supplies hit in the early months of the pandemic, tens of thousands of domestic producers — from individual to large companies in other industries — sprang into action and made a huge difference. They should not be forgotten after the pandemic is over. Health care organizations should factor them…
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Supercharged Supply Chain

5 Challenges to Expanding into Europe with Joseph Paris

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Joseph Paris and Joe Lynch discuss 5 challenges to expanding into Europe. As an American entrepreneur and recognized expert in operational excellence living in Germany, Joseph has unique, first-hand insights into the challenges facing American companies expanding into Europe. Key Takeaways In Joe’s experience the biggest problems American’s companies struggle when expanding into Europe, for the following reasons:…
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How the COVID-19 Vaccine Will Get to You, with Help from ‘Cold Chain’ Technology

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Ron Leibman, a partner of McCarter & English, was called upon as an expert for an article in Forbes on Supply Chain and Logistics related to the distribution requirements for the COVID-19 vaccines. “On Sunday, December 13, temperature-controlled semi-trailer trucks operated by Boyle Transportation, a UPS partner, hauled the first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses exiting…
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