Most supply chains are global to some degree, which means that you are probably managing a complicated transportation network that crosses a number of borders, uses multiple modes, and involves a variety of third party companies. And it is likely that ocean shipping is a key part of the transportation mix.
How do you monitor and manage the reliability of the vital ocean segment of your global supply chain?
Are you "managing by anecdote" or do you have real data to support the management practices you are using?
This type of data is now available as a result of new research at the MIT Center fo...