Author: supplychainmag

A problem with James Bond’s car is guaranteed to get the attention of the popular press. Maybe the indicators no longer drop down in time when machine guns fire. Or could it be a problem with the ejector seat?

It’s gone from zero to two million sales in less than two years. The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that costs just £30. It’s not just the product that is turning heads, it’s also the supply chain

Hornby is a well-loved brand, and watching the company struggle with supply chain problems in China has been a painful experience for all of us whose childhood toys included its model trains, aeroplanes, and Scalextric sets

Companies must take a wider view of supply chain sustainability, according to the latest report produced by Accenture for the Carbon Disclosure Project

Honda’s UK car manufacturing plant at Swindon has been a tremendous success since it was first established in 1986. Some 3,000 people now work at the plant producing almost 5,000 Civic, CRV and Jazz models every week. But not last week

First there was multi-channel. Then there was omni-channel. And now there is cross-channel. You know that a market is in a process of change when terms are being coined so rapidly

How do you manage supply chain risk? A new study by the Economist Intelligence Unit reveals several different strategies, but even so, many for many organisations it comes down to heavy monitoring of relationships and the judgement of managers