Could commercial partnerships be the way forward for defence logistics?
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To overcome the complexities of globalisation, integrated IT solutions are key to maintaining consistency and visibility. Martin Neil highlights the benefits of globally integrated IT services and solutions for supply chain management.
Hospitals have traditionally relied upon nursing and care staff to manage and replenish stocks, an activity that, though important, is not the most effective use of finite nursing resources.
Simon Duddy illustrates how supply chain best practice can be
One area of the supply chain where value can be created and recovered at marginal cost is reverse logistics. Steve Butler highlights some of the key drivers that have placed this much overlooked subject at the top of supply chain agendas.
Companies must seize the opportunities offered by the accession of 10 new countries into the European Union this May.
As the pharmaceutical industry is faced with a range of challenges from dwindling research and development (R&D) pipelines to increased competition from generic pharmaceutical substitutes, pharmaceutical manufacturers are refocusing their resources and lo
Faced with rising fuel costs, security challenges and elevated insurance costs, Geoff Corpe considers the strategies to facilitate the effective movement of freight throughout Europe.
Greg Black investigates how value can be created for customers by taking an holistic approach to the supply chain. He highlights the benefits that can be derived from perceiving the supply chain as a strategic tool rather than each element as disparate op
The aftermarket business is changing fast. Peter Eglinton identifies what needs to be considered in order for companies to remain competitive