Tuesday 7th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Ready to bet on the urban delivery market?

Countless millions of pounds, dollars and euros are being invested in innovative (and sometimes not so innovative) urban delivery systems. The risks in these ventures can be high – but then so can the rewards.

Time to contribute to the debate on supply chain slavery

Supply chains in the fashion, construction and cleaning sectors are being targeted by the UK’s director of labour market enforcement, Sir David Metcalf, who has warned that he will be consulting on how to make full use of powers to jail the worst offenders.

First step: admit you have a problem

Progress in raising ethical standards in global supply chains has stalled in many places, a new study by the Economist Intelligence Unit has revealed.

Petya threatens global supply chains

When the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply released its Risk Index for the for the first quarter of this year, it highlighted the conflict between Ukraine and separatist rebels in the east of the country which was hindering both physical and digital supply chains.

Procurement: more value to be added

What’s the point of procurement? Is it to get the lowest price, build strong business partnerships with suppliers, or a mixture of the two?

AEO status needed for frictionless borders, says CILT

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport has said that companies involved in the supply chain should become Authorised Economic Operators (AEO) to ensure the UK operates frictionless borders after Brexit.