White papers

Don’t Let Global Trade Compliance Violations Wreck Your Business

Whether you handle trade compliance in-house or outsource these crucial activities to a trusted partner, this white paper can be a an invaluable resource. We cover the whys and hows of using periodic audits to ensure your import/export management program can withstand the rigorous scrutiny of regulators around the world.

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Don’t Let Poor Trade Compliance Break Your Supply Chain

If you're craving excitement, go ahead and ignore trade compliance. Life at your company certainly wouldn’t be boring. Worst case, it may be a living hell.


This One Step Can Improve Service,
Grow Your Customer Base & Polish Your Brand

Test and screen processes may be the signature magic trick you need to improve service, grow your customer base and polish your company’s reputation.


A Day Dealing With Spare Parts Logistics:
Turning Nightmares Into Dreams

What can go wrong in the spare parts logistics space in just a day? You know the answer, so let’s talk about transforming the nightmare into a dream.


How This One Reverse Logistics Process Makes Inventory Management Easier

In-region test-and-screen processes can help you facilitate spare parts inventory management while controlling costs associated with direct labor & freight.


How to Reduce Reverse Logistics Costs with Test and Screen Services

Manufacturers are hungry for cost savings in the reverse supply chain. Test and screen services offer opportunities to reduce expenses and more.


FlashFAM Q&A: Meet Oscar, a Service Logistics Concierge

This series profiles Flash Global employees. Today we highlight Oscar, who handles on-site support for a key customer in our Chicago distribution center.


3 Challenges That Keep Warranty Managers Up At Night

As a warranty manager, you deal with multiple priorities daily. The strategies you use to respond to those challenges can help determine your success.


Top 3 Tests Facing CFOs with Reverse Logistics

Controlling total cost of ownership, managing growth and anticipating risk are paramount to driving a successful reverse logistics program.