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Image via Flickr JeepersMedia In 2011, automakers in Japan faced months of production setbacks due to a massive earthquake. When it happened again in April 2016, Toyota was better prepared and is already bouncing back. The company is still losing money because of the quake, but losses aren’t as bad as they were in 2011….
Image via Flickr by Kevin Dooley In recent years, boutique consulting firms have experienced increased success in the supply chain management field. While boutique firms aren’t necessarily small, they typically have a well-defined focus for more industry-specific knowledge and are often more cost-efficient than larger firms. Supply Chain Visions, Inc., one of the ’10 coolest…
Image via Flickr by USDAgov The latest U.S. Export Promotion Program features benefits for small businesses. However, recent news shows the program will also take strides to help bigger companies. The program will enter its next phase this year as the latter half of the mission that began in 2010. Read on for more on…
Image via Flickr by Carl Wycoff Fifteen years ago, the U.S. banned imports of beef from Ireland because of mad cow disease. Now, the ban is being lifted. This will boost the euro beef industry by millions of dollars, particularly in Ireland. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has performed strict inspections at beef production facilities in…
Image via Flickr by US Department of Agriculture Between 2006 and 2007, there was a major salmonella outbreak that stemmed from ConAgra Grocery Products LLC. The company shipped contaminated cases of peanut butter under the Peter Pan brand and Wal-Mart’s Great Value label. More than 700 people reported getting sick, and nine deaths were tied…
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