Saturday 20th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Epicor launches AI-based virtual agent

Epicor has launched Epicor Virtual Agent (EVA), a digital agent driven by artificial intelligence technology to accelerate pace of operations by simplifying interactions with ERP systems.

UK is procurement fraud hot spot

British companies, on average, lose significantly more money to procurement fraud, and the country is far more reliant on ineffective manual detection techniques than other nations, according to a new study by analytics company SAS.

Stock shortage hits sales at Hornby

Hornby has warned that its revenue will be lower than last year owing to a shortage of stock arriving on time and in full in the first half of the year.

Transformation projects squeeze profits at ASOS

ASOS saw its profits squeezed in the first half by increased costs due to investment in logistics and IT combined with a fall in gross margins despite a strong increase in sales.

Tesco saves £112m on logistics

Tesco has made savings of £112 million in logistics and distribution since the first half of 2016-17, it has revealed in its results for the year to 23rd February.

Synergy introduces robotic cart

Synergy has launched a robotic fulfilment cart, SnapCart, to help small parts picking and e-commerce fulfilment centres streamline picking operations without requiring any infrastructure changes.

Rhenus introduces robots at giant DC

Rhenus Contract Logistics has started using an AutoStore system at its new 60,000 sq m distribution centre at Tilberg in the south of the Netherlands.