The spare parts aftermarket, or ‘support chain’ is becoming as much about information as it is about mechanical bits and pieces. Are we seeing the emergence of a new model for aftermarket services?
Author Alexandra Leonards
Each year the European Logistics Association presents its prestigious Award for Excellence. The recipient is the company which, in the opinion of the panel of international judges, demonstrates outstanding achievements in logistics and supply chain manage
Order picking processes lie at the very heart of the distribution operation. Defining the right parameters and applying the correct technology can make all the difference between commercial success and failure. Make sure you’re a winner.
NIMA, Norwegian Association of Purchasing and Logistics, was founded in 1915, as the first of its kind in the world.
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During the last logistics conference of the Czech Logistics Association (CLA) Motoki Inatsuka, vice president of the Japanese Institute of Logistics Systems gave a presentation on logistics developments in Japan versus China. Could we translate that to co
In the US, retailers and suppliers have long been into Floor Ready Merchandise. But only now are European retailers looking at this practice of improving the flow of product from manufacture to sales floor. Why are European retailers slow on the uptake?
Behind the scenes at Dow AgroSciences a partnership has been forged to tackle the significant logistical challenges faced by the agrochemicals giant in Europe.
New technology can not only solve business problems, but also improve the way people interact, according to Caradon’s director of IT.
Ian Cooper considers the cultural implications of the Working Time Directive