Owners of Inland industrial properties should prepare for a bumpy ride in 2024.
In today’s environment, understanding your supply chain is critical to the success of your business. Join us as we chat with Lisa Anderson, President of LMA Consulting Group, about what’s going on in the supply chain, technology trends, and why it’s important to have standards.
A lack of visibility, labor shortages, and surging shipping costs make navigating the supply chain feel impossible.
Supply chain disruptions continue to plague manufactures, distributors, and all organizations with products and inventory.
Disruptions in the nation’s and the world’s supply chain came escalated during the pandemic. Despite a slight rebound from the chaos that occurred in the past couple of years, the supply chain is still in a state of flux. The Wall Street Journal recently issued an article on how supply chains are back to normal.
Supply Chain Series - Lisa Anderson Supply Chain Expert Series featuring Lisa Anderson - Founder and President, LMA Consulting Group, shares her insights on what is impacting supply chains today and how supply chain leaders can future-proof their supply chains.
Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert, Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc., will talk about the current state of the supply chain, and more importantly, what executives should be doing to survive – and thrive – during these volatile times.
Supply chain is dominating the news. Demand is soaring, ports are backed up, container prices are soaring, shipping costs are skyrocketing, warehouses are full, and manufacturers are experiencing extended lead times across the board. The end-to-end supply chain challenges are exacerbated with the great resignation of people. Unfortunately, these issues are not going away anytime soon. [...]
The end-to-end supply chain challenges are exacerbated with the great resignation comments Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert, Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc.
Labor shortages exist in almost every industry and position. Manufacturing, transportation, distribution — none of these industries are exempt. And, most of these industries affect the consumer, who has felt the supply chain pinch the worst, said Lisa Anderson Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc..