Monday 25th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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The pressure is high

Glasgow is a city which has been crying out for development, according to its councillors, and with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games descending on the city, hopes are high for that little concept called legacy. Johanna Parsons reports. 

Something of the night about deliveries

The Commonwealth Games are set to start in Glasgow in just three weeks and out of hours deliveries will be a crucial element in the city’s strategy to maintain and efficient logistics system during the event.

Time to embrace the diversity

The omni-channel revolution is all too often seen as the death of bricks and mortar – but in reality it is a move towards greater diversity in the retail marketplace. But, warns Johanna Parsons, with diversity comes complexity

FTA piles on the pressure for Games info

The Freight Transport Association has given the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games organisers a 50-day ultimatum, for published detailed information in preparation for the event

After the success in London…

Everyone agrees that the 2012 Olympics were a triumph - great sporting achievements, great organisation and, most importantly from our point of view, great logistics. Much of that was down to the planning...

Real-time roll-out

The evolution of consumer devices and IT has given rise to new ways of working with data and technology in transport management, says Johanna Parsons

Appy days

Is BYOD just an excuse for boardroom jewellery? Or could the new generation of smart devices and the apps that empower them be unlocking massive new potential? Johanna Parsons investigates