Thursday 16th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Time to talk

In an ever more globalised world, the often turbulent relationship between supplier and customer has never been more important. Alex Leonards explores the barriers to achieving the perfect supplier-customer partnership and the new role of supplier relationship management.

World’s biggest containership delivered

The world’s biggest container ship has been delivered by Samsung Heavy Industries to Mitsui OSK Line. The ship, called MOL Triumph, is the first of a fleet of six 20,000 TEU-class containerships for the company.

Samsung’s ‘see-through’ truck

Samsung has come up with a “see-through” truck that enables the driver of the vehicle behind to see the road ahead of the truck. The Safety Truck consists of a wireless camera attached to the front of the truck, which is connected to a video wall made out of four exterior monitors located on the […]

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?

Norbert lands multi-million pound pipe deal

Pipe producer Radius Systems has contracted Norbert Dentressangle to manage UK distribution of its specialist polyethylene piping in a five-year multi-million pound agreement.

Child labour: the supply chain scandal that keeps repeating

There’s always a bit of excitement about opening up the packaging on a new mobile phone, but for many Samsung buyers that will now be tinged with the disconcerting realisation that child labour may well have been used in the construction of their new phon

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