Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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What happened to Apple?

This is the time of year that I normally get to write: “Apple tops Gartner supply chain rankings”. But not this year. What is going on?

Award winners revealed

The winners of the 2014 European Supply Chain Excellence Awards have been revealed at a glittering gala dinner at the Park Lane Hilton in London. Overall winner was British Gas, while Richard Hunt, chairman of the London Ambulance Service, won the Individual Contribution Award. The award for Third Party Logistics Provider of the Year went […]

Revealed: all the Awards winners

The winners of the 2014 European Supply Chain Excellence Awards have been revealed at a glittering gala dinner at the Park Lane Hilton in London...

Pattullo chairs distribution charity

John Pattullo is the new chair of The Prince’s Charity, In Kind Direct, following completion of long standing Chair Chris Hyman’s second term

Apple tops supply chain rankings

Apple has topped the rankings in the annual Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 survey - for the seventh year in a row. Gartner said: “It's hard to argue with operations that regularly generate more than $10 billion in cash flow each quarter

How to be top

I’ve heard it said that Apple knows more about what is going on in its competitors’ supply chains than the competitors do themselves. Just hyperbole? Probably. What is true is that Apple has come out top in the Gartner Top 25 supply chain listing

Croatian route for Paragon

Retail distributor AWT International has extended the use of Paragon’s routeing software to optimise routes, schedules and loads for operations Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia

Transport collaboration to impact warehouse design

The design of distribution centres could change to accommodate the new requirements resulting from the growth of transport collaboration, according to a new study by developer ProLogis