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The Threat of Influence

For decades foreign governments and closely related entities have forged ties with U.S. business leaders, often yielding benefits for both sides. However, when tensions develop, these same government actors employ overt and covert techniques to influence business leaders to advance the malign government’s geopolitical interests.

The Savvy Logistics & Supply Chain Manager

Gazing into the crystal ball is something all logistics and supply chain managers attempt to do on a daily basis in order to foresee those costly delays that ultimately ensnare their company’s ability to produce goods or export goods to meet their customer’s needs.

Fireworks – Strategizing for Supply Chain Disruptions

Upon hearing that the fireworks show was cancelled again, the looks on the kids’ faces were that of despair and disappointment. “The supply chain really sucks, Grandpa,’ to which my reply was that it did. How could I explain this to my 7-year-old grandson? How did he know what a supply chain was?

Customs Shipment Holds and Exams

U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) policies are designed to: (1) ensure the smooth flow of imported cargo through U.