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    1. This is great news for the California economy.
      In Export surge continues for California-based manufacturers
    2. Even in inflation-adjusted terms, 2011 will easily turn out to be the best year ever for California's export trade.
      In California’s Healthy Outbound Supply Chain
    3. Much of the momentum behind California's economy can be traced back to the state's resurgent export sectors.
      In California’s Healthy Outbound Supply Chain
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    2. What the Age of the Consumer Means to Industrial Manufacturing: A Conversation with Simon Ellis, Part II

      Explore Supply Chain Nation (Mar 11 2014)

      What the Age of the Consumer Means to Industrial Manufacturing: A Conversation with Simon Ellis, Part II ...as the earthquake and tsunami in Japan? I mean, you can sit back and say there’s going to be an earthquake in California and you’d be right. The question is—when? To say with certainty you are going to have an earthquake... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Unilever   California   Japan

    3. Demand For Supply Chain Leadership Will Only Get Stronger

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jul 10 2013)

      Demand For Supply Chain Leadership Will Only Get Stronger ...urope, disrupting flight plans. A tsunami in Thailand ripples across the Pacific and affects port activity in California. Forest fires in Los Angeles close highways for days. Threats of a terrorist attack in Brussels hal... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Miami   Pacific   DHL

    4. Wind farms have not, and will not work. Period

      Explore iol.co.za (May 26 2013)

      Wind farms have not, and will not work. Period ...be windy but even in Port Elizabeth the wind doesn’t always blow, and autumn in the Cape is usually calm). In California, abandoned wind turbines litter the landscape. More than 14 000 wind turbines are junk. Yet, we can... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Britain   California   South Africa

    5. First Solar gearing up for SA’s next renewables bid window

      Explore Engineering News (May 8 2013)

      First Solar gearing up for SA’s next renewables bid window ... “blocks”. Its largest installations under construction are the Topaz and the Desert Sunlight solar farms, in California, which are both 550 MW in size. Luckhurst adds that the modular, ground-mounted design is also attu... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   California   Asia

    6. Use Street Strategy to Build New Ventures

      Explore HBR Blog Network (Dec 3 2012)

      Use Street Strategy to Build New Ventures ...rench champagne maker Moet Hennessey started its first sparkling wine label outside of France in Napa Valley, California, the American manager who established the Domaine Chandon operation politely ignored many corporate... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   California   France

    7. Sustainable Procurement and the Triple Bottom Line

      Explore spendradar.com (Sep 25 2012)

      Sustainable Procurement and the Triple Bottom Line ...h legislation in the U.S. are the Sarbanes-Oxley act requiring extensive disclosure of environmental matters. California’s Electronic Waste Recycling Act S.B. 20 established a fee to be paid by consumers and collected ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   America   Australia   Dell

    8. Friday Latte: Chicken Censorship in Iran, Low Diamond Demand, Japan Fighting for Imported Rice

      Explore Spend Matters (Jul 20 2012)

      ...irst time this year but quickly ran out. Kappa Create's sushi restaurants have started to serve rice grown in California, while Matsuya, one of Japan's biggest beef and rice bowl chains, has introduced a blend of Japanes... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Walmart   USA   Thomas Kase

    9. Global Supply Chain Leaders to Gather at Bridges 2012

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Apr 23 2012)

      This annual gathering of large enterprises and supply chain partners is the largest event of its kind, attended by companies with collective revenues in excess of $1 trillion. The prevailing theme at Bridges is Cloud Supply Chain and how it is rapidly becoming the enabler for global, inter-company commerce and operational agility. The bulk of the event content is being delivered by executives representing the large multi-national corporations across industry verticals.

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      Mentions:   California

    10. Setting standards on carbon

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Mar 13 2012)

      ...dard’s publication, it is early days to judge its popularity. Webcor, an international building firm based in California with an annual turnover of 
$900 million-$1.1 billion (£573-£701 million), is one company adopting ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   London   San Francisco   California

    11. Molycorp acquisition set to shake up global rare earth supply

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Mar 12 2012)

      Molycorp acquisition set to shake up global rare earth supply ...sts that the deal will bring together the Molycorp’s massive production capacity at the Mountain Pass mine in California and Neo’s advanced rare earth processing capabilities. "(We are)putting those two together and form... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   California   China   Thailand

    12. Government procurement to the rescue

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Mar 12 2012)

      ...r the multi-state purchasing consortium and increase spend visibility. Member states include Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washi... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Washington   California   Pennsylvania

    13. Open Innovation, Crowdsourcing in the Public Sector – 11 Great Reads

      Explore 15inno by Stefan Lindegaard (Feb 23 2012)

      ...s to 20 examples on how the public sector in the U.S. uses open innovation, crowdsourcing. • Can Twitter Save California’s Budget Crisis? The State should substantially expand the use of publically available tiplines and... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   California

    14. Commodities -- Honey, Strikes and Nylon

      Explore Spend Matters (Feb 20 2012)

      Commodities -- Honey, Strikes and Nylon ...ng the peak blossoming period. Currently beekeepers are preparing for the up and coming almond pollination in California. The US honey crop may be good this year as an unusually mild winter in 2011/12 is expected to be b... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Asian   South Korea   California

    15. Are You Ready For Name-And-Shame Legislation?

      Explore Sourcing Innovation (Feb 10 2012)

      ...ing whatever it takes to eliminate human trafficking and slavery. If your company ... On January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657) want into effect. it's an example of "name and shame" le... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   California

    16. California’s Healthy Outbound Supply Chain

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jan 17 2012)

      ... the 25th consecutive month in which the state’s merchandise export trade increased on a year-over-year basis California’s exporters turned in another strong performance in November, marking the 25th consecutive month in... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   San Francisco   Mexico   California

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