Tuesday 25th Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

Maintaining visibility in the supply chain

There is no doubt that information technology continues to form the backbone of any organisation with an evolved logistics operation. The latest breed of logistics software products is providing forward thinking companies with the ability to have greater control over and visibility of their supply chains.

Logistics Link 2005 will offer one of this year’s best opportunities to get to grips with what is new in this fast moving area. New exhibitors to Sandown Park, Manhattan Associates and Zafire, join other leading software suppliers to demonstrate how they can ensure that logisticians have greater control over and visibility of their supply chains. Manhattan is showcasing several of its Microsoft-centric supply chain execution solutions including its warehouse management for Windows, trading partner management, reverse logistics management and RFID in a Box solutions.

The very latest developments covering a multitude of tasks such as warehouse management, inventory and fulfilment will, in addition to Manhattan and Zafire, be featured by companies including ATMS, BCP, Central Systems & Automation, Chess Logistics Technology, Delta Software, EXDS, FWL Technologies, Interchain, Proteus Software, RedPrairie, SSAMPS, Swift Computing, Traderman and VSc Solutions, which will be launching its latest product – Supply Chain Dynamic.

Visitors to RedPrairie’s stand have the opportunity to see examples of its RFID-enabled supply chain execution solutions offering real-time visibility, supplier collaboration and performance management.

Interchain is showcasing its Chainware system which is a modular application covering transport, public warehousing, customs handling and freight forwarding, while Delta Software’s primary focus includes the area of HM Customs & Excise, own-goods warehousing, third-party contract logistics and radio frequency.

BCP is using Logistics Link to highlight its complete Accord solution, focusing on its versatile voice-enabled WMS which can be implemented in a variety of ways to suit individual company needs.