West Coast Port Headaches Revisited

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When Manufacturers Realize that Port Headaches are Chronic
pjoygordon   12/18/2015 5:10:07 PM

Jon Gilbert advises us again about the frequency and impacts of significant port delays. The solutions to which he points will soon become standard supply-chain practices as manufacturing and supply-chain executives realize that port "headaches" are chronic -- not just occasional irritants.

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