Wednesday 26th Apr 2017 - Logistics Manager

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Top three supply-chain hurdles holding businesses back

Jérémie Gallien puts the success of firms such as Apple and Zara down to a deep understanding of their supply chain’s function and shares how to rally stakeholders and the individuals providing supply-chain leadership.

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Packing bench transformation

How much thought do busy logistics managers give to the printing of despatch notes, invoices, packing lists, carrier labels and the like?

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Forecasting success

Aligning demand and supply in real-time is a challenging task for many companies. In today’s fastmoving markets, it’s not enough to have good demand if you can’t tie it back to a timely supply response.

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Vital visibility

The importance of robust visibility in the supply chain is recognised by the logistics industry. But how easy is it to achieve? Industry leaders discussed the challenges they have faced in trying to achieve visibility, and the solutions they have come up with at our round table sponsored by DSI.

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An innovation revolution

Technology and customer demands are changing rapidly in the spare parts market. Leading professionals discussed how these changes are impacting the industry at our round table sponsored by Flex.

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5 Steps Towards Future-Proof Transport Management

Customers are becoming more demanding on a daily basis. They expect service providers to have complete control over their operations and to respond swiftly to disruptions that will impact on the rest of the supply chain.

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Warehouse Mobility Beyond Voice and RF

This new white paper discusses how smart mobile applications are transforming hands-on DC processes and reducing costs, improving efficiency, and adding newfound flexibility to picking and other tasks.

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Returns: The dark side of e-commerce

Return handling costs are a global issue. Even where labour is cheap, returns can mean double logistics costs (shipping and reverse logistics), no turnover and disappointed customers.

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An innovation revolution

Technology and customer demands are changing rapidly in the spare parts market. Leading professionals discuss how these changes are impacting the industry at our round table sponsored by Flex.