Tuesday 28th Jan 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Outsourcing set to reach half of total spend

The rate of logistics outsourcing across EU continues to increase and, according to Datamonitor, total spend on outsourced logistics will reach euro175.5Bn by 2008 to account for 45% share of total logistics spend. Cost reduction, high-speed

Drinks firm in eProcurement deal

Entec International has won a £15M, three-year contract with a leading worldwide drinks group covering the delivery of advanced global eProcurement and logistics solutions.

Supply chain in the boardroom

The supply chain is of prime strategic importance to just about every global enterprise. The problem is getting the Board to realise this. Through the international councils of The Conference Board the power of networking can help turn minds – here’s how.

Countering the costs

Supply chain costs have been falling consistently for many years, but now startling new survey evidence – from a major Europe wide initiative – reveals the specter of rising logistics costs. What can be done to mitigate the situation?

Solutions in Barcelona

More than six hundred logistics professionals recently met in Barcelona to discuss competitiveness

Gambling on innovation

Chairmen and CEOs ignore the supply chain at their peril. Retailers may consider their main activity as selling, but the more astute may make a more considered analysis. The ‘Chairman’s Agenda’ column on page 22 of this issue refers to Wal-Mart’s descript

Electric charge

The incoming electrical equipment recycling Directive, WEEE, could have a fundamental impact on business relationships.

Suppliers get lowdown on supply strategy

Hagermeyer UK, which specialises in electrical, construction, industrial and safety product distribution, recently brought together more than 300 suppliers at its very first "Supplier Forum" to outline major changes within its supply chain. It is understo

Making waves

RFID technology is making waves in the pharmaceuticals sector. Many pharma innovators are now working together to examine technology’s potential to maximise operating performance.