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Manufacturing Renaissance?…….But, Change is Bad…..Right?
Humanity walks a pathway between the past and the future. When a society does not understand the mistakes and innovations of the past, it will experience them once more in the future. This sounds like a comparison to warring civilizations; however, this concept remains applicable to the manufacturing industry of modernity.

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In order to avoid incidents of mismatch between supply and demand, establish more efficient manufacturing and lower costs, it is necessary to establish an environment of consistent supply chain visibility. In order to implement this visibility, it is crucial that companies take into consideration many elements.

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Human civilization once viewed the supply chain as a simple, easy-to-understand process. One person provided a resource, such as steel, to another group of people, who then sent along the items to the final person in the chain. However, civilization took a drastic step forward, and billions of people today are involved in obtaining goods, which equates to millions of businesses of all sizes.

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3pl service provider

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post, republished with permission, from the Fronetics Supply Chain & Logistics blog. Fronetics is an inbound digital marketing agency specializing in the supply chain and logistics verticals. We have enjoyed engaging with Fronetics and their team in social media for quite some time and are avid readers of their blog.

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supply chain management

When someone hears the company name “Walmart” several things come to mind from a pop culture standpoint. From the bullying of getting small town business out of business, to the famous “People of Walmart,” to the genearl low approval rating by consumers. However, one thing that should come to mind is the prowess of the retail giant’s supply chain excellence.