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Logistics Capacity Constraints Abound. What to Do?

I recently met with the Inland Empire Economic Partnership's logistics council to discuss the state of logistics, and it was a compelling and concerning conversation with the thought leaders in that space. Here are a few facts to ponder [...]

Today’s Medical Developments: Manufacturing as a Service to emerge from manufacturing transformation

Manufacturing and supply chain expert, Lisa Anderson, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc., predicts manufacturing as a service (MaaS) will emerge as a result of that manufacturing transformation that is replacing the more traditional manufacturing model.

Quality Digest: Manufacturing Expert Predicts Manufacturing as a Service to Emerge From Manufacturing Transformation

Manufacturing and supply chain expert, Lisa Anderson, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc., predicts manufacturing as a service (MaaS) will emerge as a result of that manufacturing transformation that is replacing the more traditional manufacturing model.

CSCMP’s Supply Chain: LMA Consulting Sees Supply Chain Strength to be as Strong as Weakest Link

For manufacturers and distributors focused on supply chain strength, it is critical to be constantly assessing gaps and weaknesses in the supply chain. There is pressure to adapt to changing needs quickly and provide an exceptional customer experience. That means ensuring that your supply chain is resilient to changes in the market and that your suppliers are reliable and responsive,” commented Ms. Anderson.

Lisa Anderson Sees Supply Chain Strength to be as Strong as Weakest Link

As originally published on ExpertClick CLAREMONT, CALIFORNIA – May 25, 2021 –  Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert,  Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, President of LMA Consulting Group Inc., sees supply chain strength to be as strong as its weakest link. LMA Consulting Group works with manufacturers and distributors on [...]

Being Quoted in the Washington Post About the Suez Canal

I am thrilled to be quoted in the Washington Post in an article "Why a ship stuck in Egypt threatens the economy in the United States". The hot news of the week is that a container ship got stuck in the Suez Canal and has created a pileup of ships waiting to pass through the canal [...]

Why the Supply Chain is Strategic & the Backlog of Ships at the Ports

Everyone is talking about the backlog of ships at the ports and when it will be resolved, but is that the right question? NO! Of course we will eventually resolve the current backlog; however, there are continual disruptions in the extended supply chain, and so who knows what disruption will be next. [...]

What’s Going On with Asia Supply Chains

June 22, 2020 Supply chains are quite tenuous, and China drives the most volume: Coronavirus: Beijing is under a soft lockdown with a surge of virus cases. Although Beijing doesn't impact trade, it is another sign that China vastly under reported previously and it is likely to have a [...]

People & Robots Can Co-Exist Successfully

We held an engaging executive panel discussion at our APICS Inland Empire spring symposium on the topic, "The Talent Transformation: People or Robots? There is quite a lot of hoopla in the area of Inland Southern California as this geography is larger than all but 24 states (and soon [...]

The Sheer Relevance & Impact of Transportation (A Billion Here, a Billion There)

October 29, 2018 Recently, I attended Mobility 21, the Southern California transportation coalition, and it reminded me of the sheer relevance of transportation.  No manufacturer can operate without transportation; distributors are out of business without trucks dropping off and picking up, healthcare would stop functioning and our frequent Amazon [...]

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