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The Supply Chain Buzz for July 10th: Digital Transformers Edition
Episode 114314th July 2023 • Supply Chain Now • Supply Chain Now
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The Supply Chain Buzz is Supply Chain Now’s regular Monday livestream, held at 12n ET each week. This show focuses on some of the leading stories from global supply chain and global business, always with special guests – the most important of which is the live audience!

This week’s edition of The Buzz was a Digital Transformers edition, and it featured hosts Scott Luton and Kevin L. Jackson. They opened the conversation – and kicked off the second half of 2023 – by talking about the most recent edition of ‘With That Said,’ the Supply Chain Now LinkedIn newsletter, 22,000 subscribers strong.

In this livestream, created in collaboration with a live Supply Chain Now audience, Scott and Kevin discussed:

• The latest developments in the ongoing contract negotiation between UPS and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters

• China’s recent decision to restrict exports of gallium and germanium, minerals that are used in products like semiconductors, solar panels, and missile systems

• The current state of digital supply chain transformation and adoption

• The important role that digital transformation can play in the employee experience

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