Tuesday 23rd Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Innovation on the rack

Racking out a warehouse can appear deceptively simple, but getting it wrong might prove costly. Malory Davies reports on how companies are making creative use of racking.

DHL calls for Innovation Award entries

Entries are now open for the DHL Innovation Award 2009, which offers young logistics scientists the opportunity to gain recognition for their practical logistics solutions.

Innovation time

In any profession there are some tasks that are particularly satisfying - and for me one of those moments came in presenting the award for Supply Chain Innovation at the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards. As you will see from our awards report, Guy'

Innovation Award Winner 2008: Guy’s & St Thomas

Innovation is a tricky thing to assess. Whereas many may believe they are being innovative with their initiatives, others may see those approaches as merely good practice solutions or perhaps just novel developments.

Open the door to innovation

Developments in logistics practice, legislation and technology have all combined over the past few years to change the way the loading bay is perceived and used.

Striking innovations at CeMat

A number of innovative fork lift truck technologies were unveiled at this year’s CeMat trade fair show.

Innovation ensures easy ride for car manufacturer

Delphi Automotive Systems has designed an innovative picking process to meet the challenge of supplying, in assembly line sequence, the correct suspension module for each corner of more than 5,200 vehicles per week.

Van-tastic innovations

The move to more frequent deliveries of smaller consignments is accelerating the growth in light and multi-purpose vehicle markets. James Falkner looks at some of the latest innovations.