Supply Chain Moves: Week of June 26th, 2023


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Week of June 26th, 2023

Linking supply chain news with dangerous goods compliance

Artificial intelligence (AI) is already revolutionizing the supply chain but has the potential to be even more disruptive in the future as technology advances and adoption increases.  

Let’s examine some recent industry news. 



  • Technology changes, regulations don’t. Supply chain processes continue to evolve along with technological innovation. Businesses can now make better, more data-driven decisions and automate more of their operations. Yet while their internal processes may change, the regulations that govern the shipping and handling of DG do not. As businesses adopt AI, they must ensure that their DG shipping operations still comply with the latest regulations and can adapt to any changes. 
  • Integration will become increasingly critical. As AI is incorporated more into operational systems, the need for greater integration between systems increases as well. For DG organizations, it will be critical to integrate compliance into those systems in order to realize the benefits of AI and automation while ensuring safe and compliant shipping.  
  • Data. Data. Data. Without proper data, no technology can work to its fullest potential. And since product’s components, makeup, dimensions and origins impact every process required for safe and compliant DG shipping – including packaging, labeling, documentation, permits and transport of goods – businesses must ensure they have complete, accurate and reliable DG master data. Then ensure that data is shared internally and with supply chain partners. 

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