Home Depot’s ‘One Supply Chain’ is taking shape with massive 2021 growth
Americans continue to spend at elevated levels in and for the home. And now that people are becoming more comfortable with others in their homes, the renovation projects that were sidelined during the pandemic are coming back in a major way. Home Depot posted another great quarter this week, as it sees continued strength from DIYers and the best quarterly growth rate for its Pro customers on record.
Coronavirus: A lesson in supply chain risk management
Take a look below at Supply Chain Dive’s coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic and how companies are responding.
Port of Long Beach waives pollution fee for natural gas trucks as it targets supply chain emissions
In its trailblazing efforts to cut carbon, California is holding the entire supply chain responsible for emissions, especially in the southern part of the state. Heavy-duty trucks are often targeted as a large source of pollution, which has resulted in regulations such as the California Air Resources Board’s Advanced Clean Trucks Act, which will ban all sales of new, non-zero-emissions vehicles come 2045.
How Cloud and Automation are Transforming Inventory and Warehouse Management Software
Inventory management solutions are critical elements of a business’s infrastructure, whether that business is a convenience store or a multinational corporation. Good inventory control means keeping track of goods throughout their lifecycle and ensuring that products are maintained at optimum levels.
Green Hydrogen Seen Fueling Heavy Trucks by 2030
Long heralded as the clean energy fuel of the future that will play a key role in decarbonization, attractive hydrogen prices could finally be in sight.
Green hydrogen — the cleanest form of the fuel — is approaching cost competitiveness for heavy trucking, buses and remote power, and could be commercially viable in transportation by 2030, according to a study commissioned by Australia’s government-backed Clean Energy Finance Corp.