Wednesday 19th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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.

Duty free plan for no-deal Brexit

The government will not charge customs duty on 87 per cent of imports under plans to protect supply chains in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Barclays in deal with SAP Ariba

Barclaycard has formed a strategic partnership with SAP (UK), which will see Barclaycard integrate its award-winning B2B payment product, Precisionpay, into SAP Ariba, the B2B marketplace.

NHS banned from buying fax machines

Health secretary Matt Hancock has banned NHS trusts from procuring fax machines and demanded that they are phased out by 31st March 2020.

Ingenica Solutions wins KGH contract

Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has awarded an inventory management contract to Ingenica Solutions as it aims to transform its supply chain and procurement efficiencies, secure long-term cost savings and improve patient safety.