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Logistics Manager would like to wish all its readers a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous and Happy New Year.

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And there is a lot to look forward to in 2010…

Logistics Link South is set to return to Sandown Park on 2nd February. It is one of the most time-efficient ways for logistics managers to see the latest in productive, cost effective and energy-saving systems and technologies, with more than 100 suppliers of innovative products and services expected to exhibit.

The Extended Supply Chain 2010 conference takes place on 24th & 25th March 2010 at the Sofitel, London Heathrow. It will be focusing on the concept of flexibility and meeting customer needs by responding efficiently to constantly changing market conditions.

SCALA Consulting is set to launch The Fresh Connection – an innovative supply chain management competition and learning programme designed to help organisations train their employees in a safe environment, which is being sponsored by Logistics Manager and Supply Chain Standard, along with AEB International and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. The game starts on 1st February 2010 and lasts six weeks with each week equivalent to half a year in real time.

Supply Chain Standard is hosting a live web TV debate in association with Oracle to look at the challenges of achieving visibility in complex global supply chains and the role technology has to play. In particular, it will look at Cisco, one company that has achieved success, and examine what visibility means to the business and the benefits of success. The webinar takes place on 18th January 2010 at 3pm.

Details of all the events above can be found on both the Logistics Manager and Supply Chain Standard web sites.

The next Logistics Manager daily news alert will be sent out on Tuesday 5th January, as will the next Supply Chain Standard weekly newsletter.

The next Logistics Manager weekly newsletter is scheduled for Thursday 7th January.

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