The July issue of Logistics Manager is out now in print, online as well as for the iPad and Android.
Reverse Logistics: Reining in the returns monster
Huge volumes of goods are being returned to retailers, and the pressure is on to process refunds fast and use returned stock effectively, says Johanna Parsons.
Some logistics companies will become retailers
5G set to drive supply chain improvements
Transport: A sweet deal for all
Heightened van growth is good for business, but the UK market must address the knock-on environmental costs…
Supply chain visibility: Visible benefits
Boosting the performance of a supply chain often means improving visibility – sounds easy but the challenges are significant…
Round Table: Connecting the dots
The UK population is growing and so is the number of properties being built to accommodate them. Logistics connects the dots when it comes to getting goods to consumers, but are warehouses being prioritised or overlooked? Our round table, sponsored by db symmetry, looks at the impact of UK trends on the logistics property market…
Big Sheds: Shaping the future
We look at how large logistics warehouses are changing to reflect industry demand…
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