Sunday 19th Feb 2017 - Logistics & Supply Chain

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Ionics to roll out Indigo WMS

Philippines based technology company Ionics EMS has chosen Indigo’s WMS software. Ionics is the first customer for Indigo Asia Pacific – Indigo’s subsidiary serving the region, which was launched last year.

Supply chain slavery is happening here

Last week Erwin and Krystian Markowski were each sentenced to six years in jail at Nottingham Crown Court after being convicted on charges related to trafficking people for labour exploitation.

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Ford chooses WMS for Europe

Ford is deploying Infor SCE, the cloud-based warehouse management system, in seven European countries to automate the process of transferring goods at its ten cross-docking centres.

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DHL and Landbell form environmental partnership

DHL Supply Chain has signed a strategic partnership with waste management specialist Landbell to provide environmental management services that are compliant with EU legislation.

High performance battery to match range of petrol

A high performance alternative to batteries is being developed that could give electric vehicles the same range as petrol engined vehicles, and could be recharged in the same time that its takes to fill a regular car with petrol.

Teijin Aramid picks Quintiq for S&OP

Teijin Aramid, which makes heat resistant aramid fibres, has selected Quintiq software planning software to improve global sales and operations planning.

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