CBRA blog is back on-line after a couple of months of hard work renewing our website. We have put a particular effort to establish the “CORE Information Observatory” – a new service for continuous monitoring of key policies, regulations and studies in supply chain security management and in global trade facilitation.
We have now separated CBRA Blog and CBRA Interviews into two different sections on our website. We hope you will find the new website easy to use and the information valuable to your needs! We also welcome you to register at the new website – as a benefit you will have full access to all Observatory content, and you will receive monthly emails summarizing the new content linked to your personal preferences.
As a new, much asked feature, we introduce now Spanish as our second language. We have already translated all key content on the CBRA activities, teams, partners, list of projects etc. as well as Blog and Interview titles. We also aim to translate the titles and summaries of all new entries in CORE Observatory, Blogs and Interviews. Of course all will depend on how many Spanish speaking readers we will be getting during the coming months. We will also consider introducing a third language early 2016 – again depending on the needs and preferences of our global community.
Today, 6.12.2015 – which happens to be the independence day of my home country Finland – I wish all readers a relaxing Sunday, and look forward to seeing many registrations coming through and to receiving lots of feedback on your interests and needs.
Greetings from foggy Switzerland, Juha
PS. Please check also today’s interview with Mr. Greg Schlegel, the founder of the Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium.