Friday 20th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Time to digitise your supply chain

Three out of five manufacturers do not have real-time visibility of stock levels within the organisation. Not only that, some 68 per cent do not have a real-time view of manufacturing volumes across plants within the organisation.

2017 Supply Chain Award winners revealed

Severn Trent has carried off the Overall Winner trophy at the Supply Chain Excellence Awards – fighting off stiff competition from McVities Carlisle, Turkcell, Elval, Euro Car Parts and Lesara. The Awards were presented last night at a glittering gala dinner at the Park Lane Hilton in London.

K+N wins contract with Assa Abloy UK

Kuehne + Nagel designs supply chain solution for JD.com

Kuehne + Nagel has designed a supply chain solution for JD.com, the Japanese e-commerce business, which includes quality control checks at origin. The solution is technology driven, and provides stock keeping unit visibility over their in-bound supply chain before products are imported to China.

IoT set to drive change in grocery supply chain

Food and grocery companies are looking to the Internet of Things to improve their understanding of customers at the same time as reducing supply chain costs, research by the IGD suggests.

UN supply chain plan to deal with pandemics

The United Nations World Food Programme is to collaborate with NEC Corporation  for the development of the first information platform to provide end-to-end visibility of supply chains for pandemic interventions, on behalf of the Global Pandemic Supply Chain Network.

TVS to supply Royal Navy equipment

TVS Supply Chain Solutions has won a contract with the UK Ministry of Defence to supply general stores equipment to the Royal Navy fleet.