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Supply Chain Award winners revealed

The winners of the 2016 Supply Chain Excellence Awards were revealed last night at a glittering ceremony in London, attended by supply chain leaders from right across Europe.


Asda extends reverse logistics contract with XPO

Asda Walmart has extended its long-term agreement with XPO Logistics for reverse logistics operations covering nine Asda service centres where millions of units of returnable transit equipment are washed each year and repairs are carried out when necessary.

Awards shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the 20th Anniversary Supply Chain Excellence Awards, organised by Logistics & Supply Chain, has been revealed. There were more than 120 entries for the Awards this year – ahead of last year’s record number of entries.

Sony restructures manufacturing and logistics for electronics business

Sony has set out plans to merge Sony EMCS Corporation which oversees engineering, manufacturing, and repair services for Sony’s consumer electronics and professional equipment in Japan, with the relevant functions at Sony Corporation that supervise those operations globally.

Reader’s Digest calls in Cinram

Reader’s Digest has called on Cinram for assistance after acquiring the stock of Delta Leisure Group, the music and home entertainment distributor which went into administration in September.

VDC partners with Sony DADC

VDC Group, the UK’s largest CD & DVD replicator, has signed a partnership agreement with Sony DADC covering both physical and digital supply chain services.

Balancing safety with practicality

An ever-changing face of retail has uprooted the look of the warehouse. But during this period of warehouse change, the need for counter-balance trucks has seen little movement. Levels, overall, have remained flat. Technical services manager at Briggs Equipment says that although levels of warehouse equipment have seen a marked increase in recent months, there […]

Tyrrell gets North Europe role at Sony DADC

Natasha Tyrrell has been promoted at Sony DADC to the position of managing director supply chain solutions, operations and business development Northern Europe, based in Gothenberg