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A View of the Industry That Pulls No Punches

Checking Your Blind Spots in Vendor Negotiations

Budget Season: Two Tips for Seeing Vendor Contracts in 2020

Benchmarking for the Win

Think You Are a Small Fish? Think Again: Matching Regional Need With Regional Supply

Efficiency: One of Packaging and Transportation’s Biggest Hurdles

How to Navigate Outbound Freight: It’s Much More than Getting Goods from Here to There

Going Green or Gathering Boxes? The Latest Packaging Dilemma

The New World of Packaging Costs Matters in Your Vendor Contracts

After The Contract Is Signed, The Real Work Begins

Potandon Produce Embraces Data-Driven Business Evolution, Wins Big in Vendor Negotiations

5 Tips to Maximize Value in Vendor Relationships

How Can Small Manufacturers Tap Into the AI Revolution?

Corrugated Contracts: Three Reasons To Take A Closer Look

Don’t Get Boxed In By Increasing Pulp & Paper Costs

Vendor Contract Management: Why Paper Supplies Will Remain Tight

Never Sign a Vendor Contract Amendment Without Vetting It

How Vendor Contract Management Can Help You This Budget Season

Less is More: A Case Study in Manufacturing Vendor Contract Management

Proceed with Caution on Vendor Contract Changes – A Real World Example

How to Cost Effectively Monitor Vendor Contracts

Distributors vs Manufacturers: Why You Should Consider the Middleman

A Case Study in Manufacturing Vendor Contract Management

Considering an Acquisition? Don’t Overlook Your Vendor Contracts

Why Your Manufacturing Company Should Go to Bid During Vendor Negotiations

Managing Vendors? Here’s How to Maximize Business Performance

What to Ask Your Next Strategic Sourcing Partner

The Impact of Pulp & Paper Price Increases in Supply Contracts

Managing Relationships During Vendor Contract Negotiations

When Should Manufacturers Begin Vendor Contract Negotiations?

Beware the Perils of Free Money in Vendor Negotiations

Continuous Improvement: Procurement Strategies for Untapped Savings

Dimensional Weight Pricing and How it Could Affect Your Shipping Charges