Sunday 31st May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Carlsberg director talks planning at LSC

Neil Bales, global supply chain academy director for Carlsberg Group, will be talking sales and operations planning at the upcoming Logistics and Supply Chain Conference (LSC).

Ocado opens East of England depot

Ocado analyst to talk channel management at LSC

Richard Locke, head of general merchandising and analytics at Ocado, will be talking channel management in the supply chain at the upcoming Logistics and Supply Chain Conference (LSC). He will look specifically at the last mile, the environment, set delivery times and training.

Awards winners to speak at LSC

The upcoming Logistics and Supply Chain conference will host a range of winners from the Logistics and Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2015.

DHL calls for collaboration

Forwarding problem hits profits at Deutsche Post DHL

The fourth quarter of 2015 was, operationally, the best in Deutsche Post DHL’s history with EBIT rising 5.7 per cent to €957 million, the group said in its annual results. However, EBIT for the full year, at €2.41 billion, was down from €2.97bn in 2014.

E2open acquires Terra Technology

E2open has acquired Terra Technology which supplies demand sensing, multi-echelon inventory optimization, and transport forecasting solutions.

Home delivery: Parcel dilemma

Parcel carriers have been investing heavily to ensure they can meet peak season demand. But, asks Johanna Parsons, what about the rest of the year?

Planning for change

The rate of change faced by organisations in both the retail and manufacturing sectors has never been greater, increasing the need for effective planning, but also making it more challenging. Malory Davies looks at what it takes to implement an effective sales and operations planning programme.

What about the workers?

The growth of multi-channel operations has increased the level of labour intensive operations for many companies. But workforce management systems can deliver significant cost savings in a relatively short time.

Supply chain data is competitive goldmine

Most companies are sitting on a goldmine of supply chain data that could give them a competitive edge if they made use of it, according to a new report from DHL.