@ Supply Chain Management


The supply chain bloggers are tagged!

3PLWire alerted me to a recent article by InboundLogistics.com that rounded up a few of the supply chain bloggers out there in the blogosphere. I’m glad, over the top happy, that I made the list and here is the mention,

@Supply Chain Management
Blogger: Chris Abraham, supply chain management consultant.
Audience: General logistics and supply chain professionals.
Content: The newly redesigned blog provides Abraham’s insightful take on news articles, trade publication features, and research reports pertaining to SCM and logistics. It also includes a comprehensive list of recommended logistics blogs and a fun map showing the location of site visitors throughout the world. (Kudos to Abraham for drawing visitors from as far away as Africa and New Zealand.) The blog is updated regularly and provides a moderate amount of user commentary.

The article by Amy Roach Partridge (on a side note, I was quite puzzled by a user who used a Thomas Publishing Company IP and I hadn’t the faintest idea who that might have been. Now, I do!) highlights some of the other supply chain bloggers who are linked to from my site as well. In the blogosphere, Know thy links is the right adage. Here they are:

  1. 3PL Wire
  2. BlogonLog
  3. China Logistics News
  4. Lean Blog
  5. Logistics List
  6. SCM Pulse
  7. Supplychainer
  8. Who Said Supply Chains Are Boring?

My thanks to Amy. Now to greater blogdoms!!

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About me

I am Chris Jacob Abraham and I live, work and blog from Newburgh, New York. I work for IBM as a Senior consultant in the Fab PowerOps group that works around the issue of detailed Fab (semiconductor fab) level scheduling on a continual basis. My erstwhile company ILOG was recently acquired by IBM and I've joined the Industry Solutions Group there.

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March 2007