Supply Chain

Supply chain

Supply Chain

NRF works with supply chain professionals to develop resources and advocate for policies that improve the retail industry.

Learn more about opportunities to connect with peers in the supply chain community through our councils, committees and events, and explore NRF's supply chain content, events, resources and advocacy issues below.

NRF Supply Chain 360

June 20 – 21, 2022

Join us for the inaugural NRF Supply Chain 360 as we take a holistic look at the modes and methods needed to build the future, faster. Learn from supply chain leaders, experience a unique Expo with interactive exhibits and make connections to create an ecosystem for your business that can keep it self-sustaining for decades.

Supply Chain 360
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Webinar Series

Join NRF for our monthly Supply Chain Lunch and Learn webinars addressing the most pressing supply chain issues.

View previous webinars on demand (members only)

Sponsorship opportunities

From webinars to conferences, NRF offers many sponsor opportunities to engage with retail supply chain leaders. 

Contact Tami Sakell | VP, Exhibit Sales & Sponsorships | 202-661-3044 to learn more.

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NRF Supply Chain Committees and Councils

Retail supply chain executives at NRF member companies have the opportunity to join one of NRF’s committees, offering opportunities to share information and best practices, network with other members in their field and help shape policy that impacts the retail industry.

Trade and supply chain policy issues

Global Trade

NRF works on Capitol Hill to support trade policy that helps retailers become more competitive and grow.

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Latest supply chain news

Micro-fulfillment: The luxury of last-mile delivery
Join NRF, Attabotics and Accenture on Thursday, May 26.
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Tame inflation through tariff relief
Tariffs cost the average American household more than $1,200 in 2020.
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Ports Set New Record for Imports
Imports set a new record this spring and are expected to see near-record volume this month.
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How ports can untangle the supply chain snarl
Port of Cleveland President and CEO William Friedman on the next supply chain challenge.
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Retailers continue to plan for supply chain disruption
Potential delays caused by labor contract negotiations would impact retail supply chains.
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Why NRF is launching a supply chain event
NRF Supply Chain 360 is more than just another conference.
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Why everyone is obsessed with supply chains
Sustainable supply chains are the future of sustainable retail.
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Ports See Brief Slowdown But Imports Remain High
Ports care catching up with the backlog of cargo over the past several months but could see another surge this summer.
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NRF Welcomes Agreement on Transatlantic Data Flows
NRF welcomed a long-sought agreement on transatlantic data flows between the United States and the European Union.
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Retail navigates a constant state of supply chain disruption
Challenges include port congestion, pandemic restrictions and economic sanctions.
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Near-Record Imports Expected at U.S. Ports
Imports at major ports are expected to be at near-record levels this spring and summer as congestion continues.
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Port Tracker

Global Port Tracker, produced jointly with Hackett Associates, evaluates and monitors key port data including container import volume, vessel services, congestion, gate operations and new transportation-related projects. This report is available to all NRF retail members.

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Retail Trade Issues

Retail Trade Issues is a monthly newsletter covering trade and supply chain issues prepared by The Trade Partnership for members of the National Retail Federation.

Available to NRF Retail Members only.