In the September 2013 issue:
Rolling the Stones into Glastonbury: 135,000 people living in a cow field for three days – it sounds like a recipe for disaster. But the Glastonbury Festival was a triumph yet again this year. And that success took some seriously good logistics.
Revealed: The Awards shortlist
Who has made the short-list for the 2013 European Supply Chain Excellence Awards?
Hi-tech logistics: Touch of tech
From smart phones to Sky boxes, electronic devices have ever increasing capabilities. And their supply chains have to match.
Pallet networks: Continental strategies
Pallet distribution services are multiplying rapidly in continental Europe as an increasing number of competitors move into the market.
Storage and racking: It’s what you do with it
Enhanced systems, installed with an eye on strategy are changing the rules for storage, racking and shelving.
Round Table: Towers of strength
Maintaining visibility of complex extended supply chains and how control towers can contribute was central to the discussion at a round table sponsored by E2open.
West Midlands: On the borderline
There is increasing pressure on occupiers to opt for D&B across the region as the amount of Grade A space dwindles even further.
Supply Chain Execution: The quest for agility
Cloud-based systems are coming to the fore as companies seek greater agility.
Air, Sea & Rail: Room to fly
There has been lots of discussion about the need for more runways at the UK’s airports, but is there enough space for cargo?
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