Wednesday 29th Mar 2017 - Logistics & Supply Chain

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Amazon puts focus on robotics

Vishal Bansal, UK supply chain director of Amazon, focused on the role of robotics in in the retail giant’s logistics operations when he spoke at the Logistics & Supply Chain Conference.


Learn from the best at LSC

The Logistics & Supply Chain Conference 2017 promises to deliver valuable insight from a host of supply chain industry leaders.


Attracting talent in the supply chain

Attracting the right talent into supply chain is always a challenge and with so many options available, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to find quality and experienced talent in the industry.

European Logistics & Supply Chain Conference

Brexit: The only certainty, is uncertainty

Four industry leaders took on the challenge of analysing the impact of the UK leaving the European Union, on the first day of the European Logistics & Supply Chain Conference in Brussels.

European Logistics & Supply Chain Conference

ELSC highlights award winning supply chains

The European Logistics & Supply Chain conference will highlight the achievements of the winners of the 2015 Supply Chain Excellence Awards, with presentations from some of the winning teams.

European Logistics & Supply Chain Conference

Diageo’s end to end SC strategy under scrutiny

Diageo has taken a lead in best practices for end to end supply chain and George Zaragas will explain the strategy when he speaks at the European Logistics & Supply Chain conference in October.

Panelists: Andy Perry, logistics director of The Co-operative Group; Jason Russell, supply chain manager at Mitchells & Butlers; Mark Millar, author of Global Supply Chain Ecosystems; and Richard Locke, head of general merchandise & analytics at Ocado.

All eyes on the future

All eyes were fixed firmly on the future of supply chain and logistics when industry leaders gathered at London’s Waldorf Hotel for the Logistics and Supply Chain Conference last month. Alex Leonards and Malory Davies report.

Prof Richard Wilding

Critical need for business skills

Globalisation, multi-channel retail, and rapid technological development means that supply chain is becoming ever more complex, so ensuring that organisations have people with the right skills is becoming ever more important.

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