Saturday 21st Jul 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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SCM software sales rise 13.9pc

Sales of supply chain management software rose 13.9 per cent to $12.2 billion in 2017, according to Gartner.

Parcelforce Worldwide launches tracking tool

Parcelforce Worldwide has presented customers with a new online dashboard which enables the progress of UK and international parcels to be tracked and monitored via smartphones, tablets and laptops so that businesses can identify and monitor priority customers.

Masternaut helps reduce cold-chain wastage

Masternaut recognises that each year, over 2 million tonnes of fresh produce are lost or wasted in the supply chain as temperature fluctuations can write off whole shipments of produce, resulting in wasted time and money and has created a solution to remedy this and ensure cold chain consistency, driving supply chain efficiency.

Freightliner selects 3Squared solution

Rail operator Freightliner has signed a five-year deal with software development specialist 3Squared to use its RailSmart suite of operational software and to collaborate on exclusive future RailSmart developments.

Marmion as Ingenica Solutions CEO

Dr Damien Marmion is to lead the Ingenica Solutions through to its next phase of growth as CEO to the senior executive team.

Supply chains losing £1.5bn per annum

Digital freight forwarder Zencargo’s analysis data has found that UK businesses are losing out on over £1.5 billion per annum due to supply chain inefficiencies and “Chinese whispers”.

German airline choses Quintiq solution

Supply chain planning and optimisation provider Quintiq is to deliver production planning solution for Lufthansa Cargo’s Frankfurt and Munich hubs to increase efficiency.

Centriq joins Körber group

Centriq Group, parent to Voiteq and Cirrus Logistics, has become part of Körber, the German technology group.

DB Cargo goes digital

Railway cargo carrier DB Cargo has launched a digital rail services system, myRailportal, using the AX4 logistics platform from Siemens subsidiary AXIT to provide customers with visibility of rail movements.