Wednesday 20th Sep 2017 - Logistics & Supply Chain

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IoT could cut grocery supply chain costs

The Internet of Things has a key role to play in helping food and grocery companies improve their understanding of customers and reducing supply chain costs, research by the IGD suggests.

Oracle expands functionality of SCM Cloud

Oracle has expanded its Supply Chain Management Cloud application to provide a range on new functions including supplier collaboration, quality management, maintenance, sales and operations planning, demand management, and supply planning, as well as expansions across existing solutions.

Technology chief for ByBox

ByBox, the software and supply chain specialist, has appointed Simon Fahie managing director, global technology.

Blockchain awareness on the increase

A study of blockchain use in the supply chain has found that one-third of respondents are already implementing the technology, while another quarter indicated they are knowledgeable about it.

Li & Fung sets out plan for supply chain of the future

Li & Fung, the Hong Kong-based supplier of supply chain services, has set out its vision of the supply chain of the future focusing on speed, innovation and digitalisation to help brands and retailers navigate the digital economy.

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.

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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