Monday 26th Sep 2016 - Logistics & Supply Chain

Malory Davies FCILT, Editor.

Could Uber boost sustainability in the parcels market?

The idea of Uber-style services for the delivery of parcels is starting to gain some traction. Amazon has its Flex service, while Walmart is testing deliveries with a number of different services including Uber itself. But what about the environmental impact?

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Latest issue is out now

Look out for the latest issue of Logistics & Supply Chain – it’s available in print, and for iPad and Android.

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Problems with passengers

Air cargo is facing a tough reality with rising numbers of passengers increasing capacity ahead of freight demand. Could a move towards specialist industries disrupt the static market? Alexandra Leonards reports.

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Weighing up the situation

The new SOLAS weighing rules have finally come in to force. But is the industry ready for it? Alexandra Leonards explores…

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Should you risk it?

Extending supply chains to take advantage of the rapidly growing economies of the Far East, has also extended the range of supply chain risks that organisations have to manage. And building resilience in to the supply chain is a complex process.

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