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Business Solutions Magazine

Data Collection Online.com
DC Velocity
Distribution Center Management Newsletter
Distribution Software Advice
HazMat Management

Inbound Logistics Magazine
Integrated Solutions Magazine
Journal of Commerce

Logistics Management Magazine
Logistics Today

Materials Handling & Logistics

Materials Management & Distribution: Canada's Supply Chain Magazine
Modern Materials Handling Magazine 
Materials Handling Product News
Multichannel Merchant
Packaging Hotline

RFID Solutions Online
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World TradeWT100
Logistics Management, Sept 2011 issue: "20th Logistics & Transportation Annual Study"

Logistics Management, December 2011 issue: Buyers Guide (transportation services, 3PLs, Logistics Technology, Industry Organizations)

Logistics Quarterly
, Vol 16, Issue 3, 2010: LQ's Top NA 3PLs
Journal of Commerce, 2/14/11 issue: JOC Guide to 3PLs
Journal of Commerce "Directory of Warehousing Service Providers," June 2011 issue

Inbound Logistics, TMS Buyer's Guide, May 2011 issue
Inbound Logistics, 4/2011 issue: Top 100 Logistics IT Providers

CSA 2010: A Field Guide, Logistics Management, April 2011 issue

SupplyChainBrain, Jan/Feb 2011: SC Management Resource Guide & Executive Yearbook.

Supply Chain Management Review, November 2010 issue, Warehouse/DC Best Practices
Supply Chain Mgmt Review,
December 2011, Executive Guide to Supply Chain Resources.
 


 
 

Supply Chain Digital breaks down the Top 10 supply chain blogs that you shouldykeep your eye on
 
1 Nov 2011 Kevin Scarpati
 
Before you read this, check out this story in November's issue of Supply Chain Digital. Trust us, it's way cooler!
It’s not updated as regularly as we’d like, but @ Supply Chain Management’s blog is a very good place to get expert analysis from the global supply chain. Run by Chris Jacob, a senior consultant for IBM, @ Supply Chain Management focuses on broad, supply chain-related topics.
Another supply chain blog that’s not updated daily, Green Supply Chain Network comes through on all matters concerning the sustainable supply chain. That’s important, because more and more companies are seeing the need to go green. The blog even has specific pages for alternative fuels, green building practices and carbon tax issues.
If outsourcing is your game, look no further. The Outsource Blog updates hourly, with stories on everything you’d ever want to know about the industry. The layout of the blog is a bit dull, but that’s not where The Outsource Blog makes its name. In August of this year alone, the site posted 386 stories.
Jeff Ashcroft’s brainchild, SupplyChainNetwork.com launched its blog in 2007, and the site is a very good place to start if you’re looking to research a particular topic. With a plethora of categories listed along the sides of the site, if it exists in the realm of supply chain, chances are SupplyChainNetwork.com has written about it.
With a clean, modern design, Logistics/Supply Chain offers a good balance of supply chain news and analysis. The site is updated daily, which helps when you’re looking for a quick read on breaking supply chain news. Author Martin Murray, a supply chain enterprise resource planning specialist, is a regular contributor.
Run by Bob Ferrari, the Managing Director of Ferrari Research and Consulting, Supply Chain Matters tackles supply and value chain management. This blog provides expert analysis on supply chain matters, which is an excellent resource for those new to the supply chain field.
Though technically not a blog, Supply Chain Management Review is too valuable of a resource to leave off this list. The site offers daily news stories, and also produces white papers and webcasts on all things supply chain. Though a smaller part of its overall operation, Supply Chain Management Review publishes a weekly blog.
Arguably the best pure "blog" on this list, The 21st Century Supply Chain Blog covers exactly what you’d expect it to. With analysis on supply chain matters from several different authors, this blog offers a unique blend of supply chain analysis, covering all sides of a topic.
With both a digital and print magazine, Supply Chain Brain has a bevy of resources available at its disposal to cover a variety of supply chain topics. The site has its own blog, and sends out monthly newsletters that cover specific supply chain topics such as Supply Chain IT and Supply Chain Visibility.
What did you expect? With a network of blogs, a website that updates with news stories daily and a monthly digital magazine dedicated to covering in the supply chain world, Supply Chain Digital has all the bases covered. Each month, four unique blogs are published, covering topics such as long-term supply chain focuses and new logistics technology. The magazine and website also feature reports from supply chain companies stationed all over the globe, giving readers an inside look at how logistics, outsourcing, warehousing and procurement officials run their business. The website’s sleek design caters to visual people, as images jump off the page. The site also has a cool video section that updates regularly with video content, adding to the page’s visual flair. For supply chain executives and those just interested in learning more about the industry, Supply Chain Digital is a one-stop shop!