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Increased scrutiny for supply chains

There were 2,744 potential victims of human trafficking in the UK last year – and that could just be the tip of the iceberg, according to Karen Bradley, who is minister for modern slavery at the Home Office. Globally, there could be as many as 30 million slaves in the world. The figures go some […]

Time to license supply chain professionals?

More than one in ten business leaders think modern slavery is likely to be in their supply chains, according to a poll by YouGov for the Chartered Instituted of Purchasing and Supply. And the institute is now warning that the UK could be sleepwalking into

Have you got a policy on slavery?

Are you able to set out your efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from your supply chain? From 1st January you will need to be able to...

Extended value

The Extended Supply Chain conference programme is packed with strategic insight, innovative thinking and useful tools for enhancing visibility, responsiveness and flexibility across the supply chain. Here's what to expect. By Nick Allen.

A new spirit of dynamism for supply chain

What constitutes a dynamic supply chain and how do you bring all the elements into alignment to maximise its potential? Dr John Gattorna has the answers and will be the keynote speaker at the Extended Supply Chain conference

Critical source

Global sourcing has become a critical part of the supply chain mix, but with trade slowing having a clear understanding of supply chain costs is a top priority.

Now is the time to enter the awards

Now is the time to enter the 2009 European Supply Chain Excellence Awards - the gold standard for supply chain operations in Europe. They are organised by Supply Chain Standard in partnership with consultancy PRTM.

Danger in the chain

In a cold economic climate where manufacturers, retailers and suppliers are increasingly exposed to the dangers of financial failure, can steps be taken to ensure the integrity of the chain? Can good planning and set procedures reduce the chances of bein