Supply Chain

Amazon warehouse workers across the nation express their concerns about the working environment, in fear of contracting the coronavirus.

The outbreak of COVID-19 drove people to panic buy items weeks ago. Many foods and paper products are still difficult to find in grocery stores, despite how often stores are stocking their shelves.

How can you make a positive impact on one of the most important fields in the global economy? The ASU Women in Supply Chain Symposium on Wednesday, Aug. 28, will offer insights to help attendees prepare for their career, learn more about key companies in supply chain, and unlock their leadership potential.

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Contaminated or damaged goods get taken off the shelves and reported to the public almost every day. Here's a short breakdown of the costs and complexities, and quality and safety measures of this system.