RECENT NEWS

05 Jul 2017
China Sends Us DVD Players. We Send them 600,000 Lbs. of Advanced Machinery.

When Chinese companies buy from American manufacturers, they are usually purchasing some pretty technologically advanced stuff.

22 Jun 2017
Creating Excellence in Your Supply Chain Requires Constant Improvement

When it comes to the need for continuous improvement, supply chains, logistics, and transportation management are no different than baseball or smartphones. Establishing operational excellence within your company means continuously improving your supply chain management.

06 Jun 2017
​When it Comes to Your Supply Chain, be a Little More Like Amazon

What is it, exactly, that Amazon does that’s so innovative? Their relentless focus on supply chain innovation

05 Jun 2017
Qatar ties broken off

The worst diplomatic crisis to hit Gulf Arab states in decades!

22 May 2017
The Best Way to Market Supply Chain Services? Create Raving Fans.

There is one method that is far more effective than any other, and that’s word of mouth

15 May 2017
​Flat World Holdings Employee of Excellence: Deirdre Guice

Flat World Holdings is proud to recognize an Employee of Excellence, Deirdre Guice. Deirdre has been an integral part of the Flat World family since 2013, and has come to embody Flat World’s focus on excellence

12 May 2017
​Flat World Family of Companies Raises $11,000 for Down Syndrome Association

Flat World Holdings is proud to announce that the employees, friends, and family members of our companies raised more than $11,000 for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater of St. Louis (DSAGSL) at our annual “Delivering Wishes” event held on May 11, 2017.

08 May 2017
What Makes the (Gigantic) Logistics, Shipping, and Supply Chain Sector Work? The People.

Supply chains are partnerships, and those partnerships are created by people.

25 Apr 2017
​Most of the Economy Still Moves on Ships, Planes, Trucks, and Trains

Every year the United States imports and exports about $4,000,000,000,000 (that’s 4 trillion) worth of goods. Those goods travel via ship or plane out of and into American ports, where the average consumer good then travels another 1,000 miles to its ultimate destination. We work with companies that make and move stuff--and we're proud of that. 

12 Apr 2017
​Why Do We Call Ourselves Flat World?

Since Flat World opened its doors, we’ve helped companies gain a competitive edge by increasing visibility, accountability, efficiency, and excellence within increasingly complex supply chains.