House of Fraser, the department store group and retailer of designer brands, has chosen Manhattan Associates’ Warehouse Management System (WMS) to run its two principal distribution facilities in the UK. Manhattan Associates’ Labour Management and Perfo
VF Europe the European branch and affiliate of VF Corporation which produces and distributes brands such as Wrangler, Lee, HIS and Maverick, has chosen TXT to support its Jeanswear Retail Partnership Initiative across Europe, with a solution based on th
Microsoft Business Solutions partners Aston Business Solutions, Columbus IT Partner, and eBECS have signed am agreement with Esselte, the global office supplies manufacture, to implement Microsoft Business Solutions – Axapta (Microsoft Axapta) across fo
Brotherton Speciality Products, which manufactures ingredients for the chemical industry as well as items such as de-icers for aircraft and airport runways, has taken delivery of its third FD25 Komatsu forklift truck.
An AC-powered pedestrian-controlled powered pallet truck has been produced by Jungheinrich which the manufacturer claims “is one of the most compact and manoeuvrable when compared with its competition”.
It may be a low-cost way to high profits. But could your supply chain become part of one of the new ‘adaptive business networks’? That’s the vision of co-authors, Claus Heinrich and Bob Betts
It’s risky, it’s innovative and it takes strategic change. But in the highly competitive business of electronics components, where in effect ‘all items are slow moving’, the intelligent application of automation gives a cutting edge. Eurodis Electron has
Over the past decade there have been some fundamental changes within the supply chain that have both enabled and necessitated the longer, more effective, optimised and IT-focused logistics solutions that we now take for granted. John Allan considers these