Sunday 5th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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A new resource for supply chain professionals

Today we unveil a new resource for supply chain professionals – an enhanced web site that gives users easy access to latest thinking on key issues such as Managing Risk, Visibility, S&OP, Cost Management and the Omni-Channel revolution. Not only that, we have responded to the rapid growth in the use of mobile devices to […]

Risk index at an 18 month low

The news is full of conflict at the moment – conflict in Gaza, in Iraq and the Ukraine. And then there is the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. So it would be reasonable to assume that supply chain risk is increasing. But the latest Risk Index from the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CRI) […]

Omni-challenge for retail supply chains

Retail is going omni-channel and meeting the supply chain needs of this new environment is a major challenge. The issues will be put under the microscope at the Omni-Channel Conference in September

Drive crime out of food supply chain, says FSDF

The Food Storage and Distribution Federation has vowed to work with the government to drive out criminality at all level in the food supply chain, following publication of the Elliott report

Government plans new unit to police food supply chain

The government is to set up a crime unit to police the food supply chain following last year’s horsemeat scandal. The move follows publication of the Prof Chris Elliott's report on food integrity and assurance of food supply networks

Integrate to collaborate

Efficient supply chain execution depends on having well integrated systems. But how do you take the complexity out of integration? By Nick Allen

Risk index at an 18 month low

The news is full of conflict at the moment - conflict in Gaza, in Iraq and the Ukraine. And then there is the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. So it would be reasonable to assume that supply chain risk is increasing