Carlsbad, CA, March 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Come away with Supply Chain Digital for a look at some of the world’s busiest ports in the new issue of Supply Chain Digital, where they sail there and back again to give you the logistics news you need. This month Supply Chain Digital discusses outsourcing to China – with all the perils and possibilities that entails.
“The ability to effectively enforce contract rights with Chinese suppliers is an issue of critical importance,” writes SCD contributor Geofrey L. Master. “Fortunately, there are alternatives and means available to buyers sourcing from China that can help meet their requirements.”
Also in the new issue, staff writer Emily Butcher delves into the new purchasing game to give you the information you’re looking for to manage your company effectively in today’s complex supply chain conditions.
“While learning from past experiences,” Butcher urges, “Companies should also make it a priority to focus on stability in the future – adopting long-term procurement projects instead of concentrating exclusively on short-term returns – to reduce cost uncertainties and fallout in volatile markets.”
Don’t miss these stories and much more in the new issue of Supply Chain Digital. It’s worth the trip.
Click here to read the March issue now: http://www.supplychaindigital.com/magazines/10522
About Supply Chain Digital
Supply Chain Digital is a leading digital media source of news and content for C-level executives focused on business and industry-specific issues such as: Logistics and Distribution; Procurement; Warehousing and Storage; and Outsourcing. Supply Chain Digital is the industry-dedicated arm of the White Digital Media Group. Founded in 2007 by entrepreneur Glen White, White Digital Media retains a diversified portfolio of websites, magazines, daily news feeds and weekly e-newsletters that leverage technology to innovatively deliver high-quality content, analytical data, and industry news.
Supply Chain Digital is headquartered in San Diego, California, with additional offices in Boston, Toronto, Mumbai, and Norwich, England. For more information, contact 1-760-827-7800 or visit http://www.supplychaindigital.com
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