Introducing Reports 2.0

We have completely redesigned our reporting tools to include new features such as:
• 3D Graphs
• Sample Size
• Year-Over-Year-Trending
• Redesigned Filters


Announces New Consortium for

Third Party Logistics

Service Providers

Benchmarking and Best Practices help you put the pieces together.

See the benefits of free and paid membership in the
Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium and start creating
breakthrough opportunities in your supply chain's performance.


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Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium is a leader in benchmarking and best practices for all your supply chain management needs.  Measure your performance against peers and best-in-class companies, from material handling to product support and everything in between.

We believe smart supply chain leadership begins with benchmarking.  Incorporating benchmarking into your corporate strategy creates an awareness of what others are doing, broadens thinking beyond day-to-day responsibilities, and offers successful processes created for real world implementations.

Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium offers a variety of exclusive tools and data to surge to the next level.  From ranking your business and identifying improvement areas through our scorecards, our customizable tools will give you the competitive advantage you need in today's dynamic environment.

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Stay connected to the Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium by joining our LinkedIn group.  You will get the latest news, report updates, articles, research, event announcements and more benchmarking and best practices resources.  Members can network with peers through discussion and comments.

Latest Supply Chain Consortium Updates

Tompkins International Blog
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), there are on average more than 1,200 warehouse fires each year, resulting in more than $155 million dollars in property damage. When considering fire safety, protection and suppression systems for a warehouse, there are various requirements for each type and application. The building, the products and the personnel are of the utmost importance. Standards, codes and policies help protect each of these assets. Read more.
Tompkins International Blog
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Processing time for eCommerce orders is very important to consumers and the overall success of the provider. Data from Tompkins International’s eCommerce survey indicates that over half of survey respondents process orders in under 24 hours. Also, processing times longer than 48 hours was only 5% of survey responses. Speed is a key variable in consumers' minds today and satisfying them is critical. Read more.
Tompkins International Blog
Thursday, August 11, 2016
When considering any material handling equipment, the size of the products you will be moving is very important. Knowing what the size of the item to be conveyed, lifted, moved, or stored allows you to select the right equipment for the job. Read more.
Tompkins International Blog
Thursday, August 04, 2016
Technology magazine CIOReview has recently recognized Tompkins International as one the 20 most promising logistic tech solution providers of 2016. The list is an annual catalog of 20 companies that are at the forefront of providing logistics solutions and impacting the marketplace. Read more.
Tompkins International Blog
Monday, July 25, 2016
Verizon has acquired Yahoo. This acquisition cost Verizon $4.8 billion. This price includes Yahoo’s core business. Yahoo shareholders still have an estimated $31 billion in investments in Alibaba. In addition, there are also investments in Yahoo Japan and a small portfolio of patents remaining. Read more.
Tompkins International Blog
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Fifteen years ago Steve Jobs asked the question, “Is Yahoo a technology company or a content company?” Ten years ago Yahoo was unable to answer the technology vs. content question. Four years ago Marissa Mayer joined Yahoo and without answering the question began a journey of acquisitions and a massive overhaul of Yahoo. July 18, 2016 Yahoo shared their latest quarter’s financial statement. Not a good report, as revenues for the second quarter fell 15% and operating profit fell 64%. Based on these results and the last six months of the “Yahoo Yard Sale” many believe the July 18 financial statement was the beginning of the end for Yahoo. Many are offering opinions on various things that were done or were not done to result in the sad demise of a business that at one point was viewed as the “Best of the Best.” The opinions being voiced include: executive turnover, activist shareholders, declining revenues, poor cost control, the prolonged Yahoo yard sale, etc. These are not the cause of the demise of Yahoo, but, rather the symptoms that indicate the demise of Yahoo. Read more.
Tompkins International Blog
Thursday, July 14, 2016
We are less than two months away from the premium Tompkins International Supply Chain Leadership Forum 2016 (SCLF). We want to provide some more exciting details about the SCLF being held in Minneapolis, Minnesota August 29th through August 31st. This year you will be joining our CEO, Jim Tompkins, along with 200 other supply chain executives and experts. You will have the opportunity to connect with one another, share insight, and learn together due to the remarkable lineup of events and speakers taking place throughout the two days; allowing all to connect, share, and learn. Read more.
Tompkins International Blog
Thursday, July 07, 2016
The entire Tompkins International team has recently been recognized by SupplyChainBrain. SupplyChainBrain has released their 2016 Great Supply Chain Partner list; Tompkins International is honored to be included in the list of 2016 Great Supply Chain Partners. Read more.