Apple has topped the AMR Reseach Top 25 Supply Chains for the third year in a row, followed by Proctor & Gamble and Cisco Systems
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Stakrak has introduced a range of folding conductive containers designed to eliminate the risk of electrostatic charges when transporting electronic goods.
Sony DADC has began a major investment programme centred on its Enfield distribution centre in response to customer ordering trends shifting from bulk buying to ordering little and often, based on next day delivery.
Electronics retailer Elgiganten has rolled out an automated pick and pack system at its central warehouse in Jönköbing, Sweden, to help it deal with its surging e-retail business.
Samsung Electronics UK has renewed its UK brown goods distribution contract with NYK Logistics (UK).
With globalisation we have gone beyond basic ERP. Now agility and the ability tomake changes is amore important feature.
LG Electronics has signed an intra Europe distribution service contract with Pantos Benelux Logistics in the Netherlands.
Pantos Logistics has extended its customer base in the electronics sector
Apple is top when it comes to supply chain, according to the latest annual survey by AMR Research.