Monday 25th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Fashion retailer talks costs at Summit

The cost pressures facing high street fashion retailers will come under scrutiny at the Logistics Manager Summit which takes place at Sandown Park on 26th June

Mail order retailer automates with TGW

Mail-order retailer Witt has brought in TGW Logistics to provide a materials handling solution at its logistics centre at its headquarters in Weiden, Germany

Italian retailer win for Oracle

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management has been chosen by Italian retailer Unicoop Firenze to streamline its store and inventory operations

Awards focus on retail strategies

The increase in online shopping has changed the retail industry for good and this year’s European Supply Chain Excellence Awards judges will be looking at how the companies nominated for the Retail & E-Tail award have dealt with this

Moving the goalposts

As the lines between in-store and online blur, are retail supply chain priorities shifting from regular replenishment to delivering to order with “keeping the shelves filled” no longer considered a necessity?

Retailers need more logistics space

European retailers will need up to 25 million sq m of additional logistics space over the next five years, according to a report by Jones Lang LaSalle

Dictating demand

In an omni-channel world supply chain management needs to embrace more than just products, deliveries and the internet

Retail’s seismic shift

Retail organisations are facing a seismic shift in the markets they serve – from multiple channels to international expansion. But are the systems in place to fulfil orders and manage returns across this altered and highly complex landscape?

Managing collection

With ‘click and collect’ now described as ‘mandatory’ by many e-commerce experts the implications for retail supply chains are significant and far-reaching – how will they cope with the challenges?