Scott Vigneault

Scott Vigneault

Scott is the Senior Interactive Marketing Manager at Loftware. With 8 years of experience in Enterprise Labeling solutions, he has done some extensive research with customers to determine the relevant needs of segmented supply chains.

Recent Posts by Scott Vigneault:

by Scott Vigneault, on December 20, 2017

This is the busiest freight-shipping era on record. The changes affecting the retail and services industries, many dealing with a shift from in-person shopping to online sales, have drastically impacted …

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Topics:LabelingTransportation & LogisticsLogistics

by Scott Vigneault, on December 14, 2017

What can make the retail supply chain quick and visible? Companies shipping goods around the world with increasing volume and velocity can only operate at their peak efficiency if they never …

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Topics:Consumer ProductsRegulatoryRetailLabelingLogistics

by Scott Vigneault, on September 26, 2017

Trends on one side of the world can affect logistics on the other. When shipping and logistics organizations expand, their potential expansion can encompass the whole world. Connected networks of …

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Topics:RegulatoryLogistics

by Scott Vigneault, on September 18, 2017

Product recalls are a huge challenge in retail. There are many benefits that come with better visibility of retail products as they move into inventory and out to customers. Great …

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Topics:Supply ChainRegulatoryRetailTransportation & Logistics

by Scott Vigneault, on April 10, 2017

Keeping the electronics supply chain free of fakes is critical. Counterfeiters sense opportunity in the electronics sector, and companies representing every link of the supply chain have to be ready to …

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Topics:ElectronicsCounterfeitingSupply ChainRegulatoryManufacturing

by Scott Vigneault, on March 28, 2017

Staying in compliance with FDA rules and recommendations is critical for all food supply chain participants. No company that plays a part in the food supply chain can afford to …

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Topics:Supply ChainRegulatoryFood & Beverage

by Scott Vigneault, on December 22, 2016

There is no greater challenge than meeting the demands of customers during the holiday season. This year is expected to be a big one. Back in October, PricewaterhouseCoopers estimated that …

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Topics:Retail

by Scott Vigneault, on December 13, 2016

It will be difficult for President-elect Trump to quickly reverse the latest CAFE standards. Once the U.S. Presidential election ended, industry leaders all over the country had a number of …

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Topics:Automotive

by Scott Vigneault, on November 25, 2016

Are global supply chains failing to live up to the expectations of the businesses and customers who rely on them? The complex systems that transport components and finished products around …

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Topics:Automotive

by Scott Vigneault, on September 22, 2016

New labeling guidelines from worldwide safety organization UL should ensure that chemical containers are clearly marked. When transporting hazardous chemicals by boat, there is always a chance of an accident …

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by Scott Vigneault, on August 25, 2016

Cutting-edge laboratories are responsible for some of the most impressive scientific and technological advances in recent years. But these buildings can be dangerous if lab workers don't take proper precautions. Heavy machinery, …

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Topics:RegulatoryChemical

by Scott Vigneault, on July 26, 2016

Barcode labeling can help retailers track their products with the most up-to-date data. The rise of e-commerce operations of all sizes is placing a great deal of demand on warehouse spaces …

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Topics:Retail

by Scott Vigneault, on June 15, 2016

At the Annual Spring Conference of the International Anti-counterfeiting Coalition, speakers stressed that governments may not be able to work together quickly enough to stop the growth of counterfeiting and …

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Topics:ManufacturingLabeling

by Scott Vigneault, on May 11, 2016

In the developing world, apparel manufacturing is poised to employ millions of people in the coming years. But growing firms have a number of hurdles to overcome in a complex …

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Topics:ManufacturingLabeling

by Scott Vigneault, on February 1, 2016

Adopted in 2003, the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive has prohibited the use of six different hazardous substances in electronics manufacturing since it took effect in Europe in 2006 …

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Topics:Regulatory