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Sainsbury’s revolutionises GM flow into the UK

Sainsbury’s has revolutionised the way its flows general merchandise product in to the UK from overseas sourcing locations. Iain Bartholomew, head of the non-food supply chain at Sainsbury’s, explained the benefits of the innovation at the Logistics and Supply Chain conference.

Jaguar harnesses supply chain to drive growth

Jaguar Land Rover has transformed its business and both brands over the past five years, investing over £10 billion and doubling sales.  Mike Mychajluk, supply chain & external engagement, Jaguar Land Rover, explained how it was harnessing its supply chain to support this growth at the Logistics & Supply Chain conference, which is taking place […]

Asia Pacific leads growth of third party logistics

Asia Pacific will overtake Europe as the largest market for third party contract logistics by 2017, Simon Hobbs, vice president – supply chain development at Ceva Logistics, told delegates in the opening session of the Logistics and Supply Chain conference this morning.

What made British Gas a winner?

British Gas was the overall winner in the 2014 supply chain excellence awards – and they will be explaining their award winning strategy at the Logistics & Supply Chain conference in March.

Supply chain excellence under scrutiny at conference

Logistics legends John Harvey CBE and Richard Hunt CBE, will open the second day of the 2015 Logistics and Supply Chain Conference which focuses on supply chain excellence and what makes award winning supply chains.

Who’s speaking at LSC conference

Supply chain leaders from retailing and manufacturing will be examining latest developments in theory and practice at the Logistics and Supply Chain Conference which takes place in March.

Online retailing impacts property decisions

The shift towards online retail is causing drastic rethinking of many retailers’ logistics networks in view of the need to provide rapid delivery to consumers’ homes says JLL in its Predictions for 2015.