Wednesday 27th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Can 3PLs plan inventory better than clients?

Can 3PLs plan demand and inventory better than clients? That was the question addressed by Charles Pryce, head of demand and replenishment planning at Gist, when he spoke at the 3PL Conference on Thursday.

Suzuki sets out award-winning logistics strategy

Suzuki sets out award-winning logistics strategy

Suzuki’s response to the changes in the automotive market enabled it to make big savings in logistics costs as well as providing a level of service that has seen it rated as the third best car brand in the UK.

Just two days to 3PL conference

3PL Conference starts today

Logistics Manager’s 3PL conference opens today, bringing together 3PLs and end users to share best ideas and discuss current trends.

BMW extends parts contract with Fullers

BMW Group UK has extended its contract with Fuller Logistics to act as the automotive manufacturer’s Dealer Metro Distribution Centre based in Slough for a further five years.

Ceva wins £3.7m Miele contract

Ceva wins £3.7m Miele contract

Domestic appliance manufacturer Miele has awarded Ceva a five-year contract extension worth a £3.7 million ($5.5m) a year.

Cath Kidston extends contract with iForce

Cath Kidston extends contract with iForce

iForce has been given a four-year extension to its contract with Cath Kidston. iForce will continue to provide the company with software solutions, online fulfilment, store replenishment, carriage management and returns processing.