Driver and cargo security is only one concern for loss prevention and risk management professionals in today’s complicated omni-channel world. The latest edition of LPM Online features a number of supply-chain experts offering their experience managing security as well as maximizing supply-chain operational efficiencies.
Troubles in Transit?
LPM’s Garett Seivold looks at the relatively rosy cargo-theft data that may obscure the complicated, evolving threats associated with today’s supply-chain environment.
The Evolving Sophistication of Cargo Theft
Jacque Brittain, LPC, examines the advancements in technology, e-commerce, and the complexity of retail crime that continues to revolutionize the role of loss prevention across the supply-chain network.
Using Analytics to Maximize On-Shelf Availability and Supply-Chain Processes
LPM talked to Guy Yehiav, CEO of Profitect and 25-year retail supply-chain industry veteran, to help us understand how advanced analytics is contributing to positive changes in omni-channel retailing.
3 Ways Carriers Can Demonstrate Competency in Maintaining Cargo Integrity
Wes Bank, LPC, director of loss prevention for DHL eCommerce and board member for ISCPO, provides three questions to ask carriers that will let you know if they are “competent” or low risk for your clients.
Omni-channel: From Stockroom to Distribution Center in the Same Space
Tom Meehan, CFI, offers eight suggestions that can provide immediate return to improve your omni-channel—or what may soon be called “unified commerce”—performance.
Top 20 Security Strategies for Keeping Drivers and Cargo Safe
CargoNet’s Sal Moreno provides their top twenty strategies to help decrease driver victimization and increase chances of recovering lost product as merchandise makes its way through the supply-chain network.
The Next Giant Step Forward in Supply-Chain Risk Management
Omni-channel retailing has put a lot of pressure on logistics and supply-chain teams to optimize delivery of merchandise from manufacture to stores. One company has an innovative technology solution to do just that.
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