Sunday 19th Jan 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Wilko rolls out voice upgrade at DCs

British high-street chain Wilko Retail has chosen Voiteq to upgrade its voice-directed work solution. The new system will be rolled out across both its service centres in Nottinghamshire and Wales, which have a combined space of three million sq ft.

High-tech shoppers more likely to use mobile

A UPS study conducted by comScore has found that the overall percentage of consumers who use mobile or mobile and PCs to purchase items online is increasing. It also found that 69 per cent of high-tech shoppers (those who purchased high tech products in the last three months) bought items on mobiles, while just 53 […]

New hand-held promises 14pc productivity boost

Zebra Technologies has launched the TC8000, a mobile computer that can increase productivity in the warehouse by between 7 and 21 per cent – at an average of 14 per cent.

Supply chain data is competitive goldmine

Most companies are sitting on a goldmine of supply chain data that could give them a competitive edge if they made use of it, according to a new report from DHL.

Sony restructures manufacturing and logistics for electronics business

Sony has set out plans to merge Sony EMCS Corporation which oversees engineering, manufacturing, and repair services for Sony’s consumer electronics and professional equipment in Japan, with the relevant functions at Sony Corporation that supervise those operations globally.

Nectar chooses Paragon

Drinks supplier Nectar Imports has chosen to use Paragon routing and scheduling software to manage its delivery operations.

Hermes chooses Cognito iQ

Hermes is to install Cognito iQ Mobile across its UK network in a 20,000-licence deal – one of the biggest electronic ePOD operations in Europe.

Dream Products chooses Snapfulfil

Dream Products, the catalogue and online retailer, has chosen Snapfulfil SaaS warehouse management system in a three-year deal.