Tuesday 2nd Jun 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Can you spot a fake?

Any discussion of supply chain risk tends to focus on such things as natural disasters and supplier failures.

Supply chain investment helps Wagon Wheels roll

Neil Grocock, chief supply chain officer of Burton’s Biscuits, tells Malory Davies how the company is leveraging its supply chain to build market share in a mature market

New year: new challenges

The hazards of trying to manage a long complex supply chain are nowhere better illustrated than by the tragic case of a factory fire in Bangladesh last month which killed more than 100 garment workers

Sleep time is a sustainability issue

Walmart is demanding that its suppliers of laptop computers set them up so that by default they go into sleep mode after ten minutes of inactivity

George franchisee picks Import Services

Import Services has won the contract to provide logistics services for SandpiperCI which is opening George franchise stores in Jersey and Guernsey

Data is power

Data can make or break a supply chain. But with ever more sophisticated means of capturing and processing it, the big questions are what data do you need, and what should you do with it?

Is sustainability the norm for your supply chain?

Asda, part of the giant Walmart group, has just launched a new initiative, the Asda Sustain and Save Exchange, using 2degrees - an online managed service designed to facilitate collaboration on sustainability