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
New technology can not only solve business problems, but also improve the way people interact, according to Caradon’s director of IT.
The Common Procurement Vocabulary should smooth tendering in Europe
Last month the German, central and eastern European markets were the focus of attention for three of Europe’s largest logistics companies. TNT Logistics announced that it had hired three of the top executives from Luxembourgbased Thiel Logistik, including
As just one of a number of sourcing choices, is collaborative supply chain management the universal good it’s cracked up to be? Professor Andrew Cox looks into relationships in supply chain power regimes and comes up with some challenging conclusions