Supply Chain

What influences supply chain managers to make one decision over another and take risks in the purchasing process? Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management Thomas Kull delves into the factors that affect decision-making in his new research.

Could man-made pools or natural bodies of water store goods while waiting for fulfillment orders? Arnold Maltz, a professor of supply chain management, writes about the costly logistics of it.

The e-commerce giant has excess capacity on every other day of the year, and partner carriers verify they don't need to hire temporary workers and plan for volume needs.

A new initiative by the mega retailer will penalize vendors for goods delivered improperly, early, and late as it improves efficiency and performance, as well as goes head-to-head with its Amazon.com Inc. rival.

Researchers will explore solutions to food waste through two unique research projects funded by the USDA’s Agriculture and Food Research Initiative.