The 21st German Logistics Congress will be held from October 20-22 in Berlin
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As data capture becomes more widespread in the supply chain, the idea of tracking is increasingly being seen as a way to boost service levels.
Mothercare has selected third-party logistics (3PL) group Exel to provide it with reverse logistics services. Exel is managing a returns centre based at Mothercare’s Coventry distribution centre for the retailer and providing a range of services including
Though build to order continues to elude carmakers, technological developments such as RFID and web-based solutions are speeding up the auto supply chain.
We must ensure that what we tackle we can achieve,’ says Graham Ewer, the new president of the European Logistics Association
With the established European market showing few signs of a substantive upturn, logistics companies are pursuing their growth strategies in faster developing regions. Central and Eastern Europe has been one of the main focal points for investment followin
The application may be large or small but the principle in order picking remains the same – keep it simple. Here is an analysis of how two different technologies have been used to best effect, one at German auto parts distributor, ATU and the other at UK
Consultants and IT services company, LogicaCMG, has undertaken a study – covering 50 companies in six regions – into the adoption of radio frequency identification technology in European companies. The results point to a very different approach to tacklin
The spares and support supply chain has, until recently, been regarded as a painful cost rather than a profit centre. Now the management and technological tools to make the transformation are coming on line.
‘We are so poor in Europe, there is a complete lack of understanding of logistics,’ says the European distribution director for Columbia Sportswear Europe