Tuesday 7th Apr 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Internet of things

RFID has the power to connect people and objects. But has the technology found its place in the supply chain, asks John Lamb.

Now, about that bonus…

I admit that I have no obvious examples to back up this claim, but I am going to make it anyway: supply chain initiatives saved some companies from bankruptcy during the recession

On the move

Koch joins AA from BA; Shortley and Weber move to Damco; Collect+ takes customer service director and national sales manager; Puzey and Hodgson promoted at Kewill; Geodis Calberson hires Anna Kozlowska

Asda home shopping centre opens next week

Asda plans to open its second dedicated home shopping centre next week. The retailer says the new centre will provide enhanced coverage in an area of low market share for Asda

Walmart plans to cut 20m tonnes of greenhouse gases

Walmart has set itself the goal of cutting 20 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions from its global supply chain by the end of 2015 - one and a half times the company's estimated global carbon footprint growth over the next five years.