The global pandemic has added an extra layer of complexity and disruption to the manufacturing supply chain. In response, manufacturers and shipping companies worldwide are shifting gears, re-evaluating their strategies and risk profiles, and scrambling to keep up production. Despite these efforts, the outbreak has already had a significant impact on production, and it’s likely
Few issues are as important to businesses today than sustainability. Because the modern consumer cares about the environment, companies need to meet higher expectations about eco-friendly practices. Supply chains, in particular, have a lot of room to improve. It’s no secret that logistics chains aren’t exactly eco-friendly. They account for more than 80% of carbon
Signifyd announced the release of its COVID-19 Business Continuity Package, a discounted set of commerce solutions to help ecommerce businesses prosper in the face of workforce disruptions, unexpected shifts in demand and new and increasing fraud threats. The Signifyd COVID-19 Business Continuity Package offers new clients free services and a fully scalable and ROI-positive way to manage
The trade war between the U.S. and China already had American companies rethinking their relationships with manufacturers in China. Then came two additional nails in the coffin. The first was the signing of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) into law on Jan. 29, and the second was the outbreak of the coronavirus strain COVID-19. U.S.