Shifting Trade Tides: US Imports from China Lag Behind Mexico, Cross-Border Trade with Canada Thrives
The global trade landscape is undergoing a significant transformation, with the United States' r...
To reach competitive advantage in an era of constant innovation, organizations ought to develop infrastructure that integrates internal functions as well as relationships with suppliers, customers and all of the partners within integrated supply chains. Academic research and business practices are crucial to developing cohesive and interconnected supply chains. Supply chain decisions providing appropriate responses to manage challenges and opportunities associated with innovative technologies demand uncertainty, and deployment is important for all the stakeholders. In this context, organizers of the Eighth International Conference on Information, Logistics and Supply Chain (ILS) to take place on April 22-24, 2020 invite academics and industry to exchange research and practices on trends, vulnerabilities, and risks in obtaining integrated supply chains.
The objective of ILS2020 is to bring together international researchers, business leaders and professionals from academia as well as industry and services to share and exchange on world-class research and practices on a broad range of topics related to Information systems, Logistics, and Supply chain. The conference will emphasize topics related to INTERCONNECTED SUPPLY CHAINS IN AN ERA OF INNOVATION from the perspectives of technological and economic sustainability as well human, social and environmental impacts.
The 8th Edition of ILS 2020 conference will provide a remarkable opportunity for the academic and industrial community to discuss and share their experiences and developments under the following topics, but not limited to: