Look out for the latest issue of Logistics & Supply Chain – it’s available both in print and online.
COVER STORY: EUROPEAN NETWORKS
Near-shoring puts focus on transport: Companies have been rebalancing their manufacturing strategies and putting a renewed emphasis on nearshoring. Efficient transport networks are critical.
Increasingly manufacturers are developing integrated global infrastructures.
Last days of the spreadsheet?
Advanced planning systems are fast becoming “must have” tools, so are the days of the spreadsheet numbered?
The shortlist for the 2015 European Supply Chain Excellence Awards has been unveiled. See who made it.
Grocery: The market it changing and both retailers and their suppliers are having to move quickly to keep up.
Third party logistics. There has been an upturn in merger and takeover activity. We look at the key deals.
PENELOPE ODY: RETAIL
Time for a reality check
Richard Hunt has sorted out IR problems in the oil industry, and led a major 3PL, but, as chairman of the London Ambulance Service, he is dealing with some of the toughest logistics challenges around.
Developers are looking to acquire sites in the key locations across Europe to satisfy growing demand.
Recruitment of warehouse staff is an on-going issue, together with that of retention. We asked a group of leading supply chain professionals for their views on creating an environment that allows warehouse staff to perform to the best of their ability, at our round table sponsored by Honeywell.
Time to ditch free delivery
Delivery options, and dealing with Black Friday were key discussion points at the Omni-Channel Conference.
European Logistics & Supply Chain Conference.
A stellar line-up of speakers will examine the critical issues.
On the right path?
How much more efficient would it be if you could add an element of automation.
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