The Future of the Supply Chain

GDC-Images002-sq.jpg For most of history, the supply chain that links the world together today would have been unimaginable. The road to market is now a superhighway. It is a 24/7 operation. Global trade does not sleep. In fact, it never even pauses for a nap. Wheels on the ground, wings in the sky, keels in the water connect a largely borderless world economy.

At the same time, supercharged as the global superhighway may already be, no one in the shipping industry doubts that faster, cheaper, safer, simpler remain the fundamental currency of success for anyone in the shipping business. The world’s insomniac global companies demand, and deserve, nothing less.

That might suggest that the supply chain of the future will need to look quite different...

FedEx Supply Chain and integrated logistics solutions

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At its core, “supply chain management” is the process of providing companies with smarter, faster, more efficient ways of getting the right product to the right customer at the right time and at the right price. In a nutshell, that’s our goal.

FedEx SupplyChain is the subsidiary of FedEx Corporation that develops and delivers comprehensive, integrated logistics solutions for our customers. Our broad range of outsourced services includes global inventory stocking and distribution for customers with time-critical parts and high value inventory, transportation management and cold-chain solutions. We serve...