VMI

26 July 2016
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VMI

Commons Myths About Vendor Managed Inventory

Myth #1:  VMI is Expensive Fact:  Cost is relative – VMI might actually save you a lot of money. What is the “true cost” of VMI? Let’s look at some data that shows the Total Acquisition Cost. The costs of VMI (excluding transportation) only represent, on average, less than 1 percent. This is a relatively small amount considering […]


31 May 2016
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General News
VMI

SOLAS Amendment: All Shipments Must Include Weight Information by July 1, 2016

SCSI wants to make sure you’re aware of the recent SOLAS amendment. Effective July 1, all packed containers are required to have a Verified Gross Mass (VGM) declared by shippers. The VGM is mandatory through an amendment to the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialized agency of […]


19 March 2016

SCSI is On Point in On-Highway

SCSI will be attending an exciting conference in the medium- to heavy-duty trucking industry: 2016 American Truck Dealers (ATD) / NADA Convention & Expo We have years of experience in the automotive and on-highway industries. Let us know if we’ll see you there by filling out our brief contact form – we’d love to meet you […]


24 February 2016
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VMI

Master Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) with SCSI Near You

Supply Chain Services International (SCSI) is taking its VMIQ Masters Class on the road to six of our locations in the U.S.  This free class is designed to help attendees better understand the basics of Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and how it can benefit both OEMs and suppliers. By attending, you’ll have the opportunity to test […]


12 January 2016
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General News
VMI

SCSI is Sarbanes–Oxley (SOX) Compliant

SCSI has been Sarbanes-Oxley (or SOX) compliant for over 4 years. Our major OEM customers perform yearly audits to the SOX requirements, which we have passed with flying colors. What is SOX and What Does It Mean For You? The Sarbanes-Oxley Act’s rules and regulations are intended to protect investors from the possibility of fraudulent accounting activities by corporations. SOX was […]