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Shuffle Board: CEO Changes at Burberry, Everstream, New AWI Chairman, Hoka Hires Senior Directors

Everstream Analytics, an end-to-end supply chain risk analytics company, announced that Julie Gerdeman joined the company as CEO as the company enters a phase of accelerated growth. Most recently as CEO of HealthPay24, Gerdeman led the launch of a new SaaS platform and built a partner-enabled go-to-market strategy that captured...

Haitian President’s Assassination Could Destabilize Apparel Sourcing

Reports said the action, which also injured Moïse’s wife Martine Marie Etienne Joseph, inflicted more chaos on the unstable Caribbean country that was already seeing an escalation of gang violence and anti-government protests. The Associated Press (AP) reported that Claude Joseph, the interim prime minister, said the police and...

Julie Gerdeman Joins Everstream Analytics as CEO
as Company Accelerates Growth

--Supply Chain Risk Analytics Provider Poised for Explosive Growth-- San Marcos, CA, USA—Wednesday, June 30, 2021: Everstream Analytics, the leading end-to-end supply chain risk analytics company, announced today that Julie Gerdeman has joined the company as CEO as the company enters a phase of accelerated growth.  Gerdeman brings to Everstream Analytics...

Satellite Images Show Backlog of Containers Awaiting Export at Port of Yantian After COVID-19 Outbreak

The backlog of containers stacking up at the Port of Yantian, the world’s fourth-largest container port, can be seen from space as a Covid-19 outbreak in the south China city of Shenzen, where the port is located, has delayed operations. Approximately 160,000 40-foot containers, the equivalent of 300,000 TEUs, or...

Another Shipping Crisis Looms on COVID-19 Fears in Southern China

First, it was a critical shortage of shipping containers due to the pandemic. Then came a massive blockage in the Suez Canal. Now, businesses and consumers are bracing for yet another shipping crisis, as a virus outbreak in southern China disrupts port services and delays deliveries, driving up costs again. The Chinese province...

Coronavirus surge in India hits raw materials, manufacturing across multiple industries

A wave of coronavirus cases in India has impacted manufacturing and production across multiple industries and regions, according to comments from executives and analysts. Case numbers in India have started to come down from their early May peak, according to figures from The New York Times. Data from Johns Hopkins University...

Prominent investors jump into the climate risk space

Big name investors are putting new capital behind "climate intelligence" — the sophisticated analytics that companies and governments will need to uncover and reduce risk in a warming world. Why it matters: With the effects of climate change already visible in the form of extreme weather events and sea level rise, companies face increasing...