To the Commission of the European Communities. Final Report. Available in October 2003
Author Alexandra Leonards
Led by the new vertical retailers, there is now more demand for services such as price ticketing, reduced packaging, security tagging and packing by store. But are retailers pegging their hopes too firmly on electronics?
Faced with an array of legacy systems across more than 200 companies worldwide – and driven by a need to forge more efficient links with trading partners – consumer products giant, Unilever, has embarked on a technological journey into the world of privat
Perhaps the biggest revolution in transport management in recent years has been the emergence of vehicle telematics systems – from vehicle tracking and route finding to load monitoring and traffic information. But, their ability to meet the needs of pan-
The criteria by which purchasing managers select warehouse truck fleets are undergoing a radical change. Product is far from the main issue, service and maintenance is what counts, but survey evidence suggests manufacturers need to go that extra mile on s
‘I am an agent of change’ says Danone’s supply chain director, Southern Europe
The aftermarket business is changing fast. Peter Eglinton identifies what needs to be considered in order for companies to remain competitive
New ELA vice-president, Giulio Aguiari recently chaired the Eurolog 2003 conference. This is his personal report on the proceedings.
Is it time for the supply chain management function to reclaim the missing link in the ‘requisition to payment’ cycle?
Companies entering Asian markets have a lot to understand – from political and regulatory issues to physical infrastructure and communications matters – if they are to gain a winning position. So, how do you arrive at a supply chain strategy appropriate t