02 September 2014

Sector Analysis 

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Counting the cost
As retail chains write down their store assets and high streets atrophy, home delivery becomes increasingly important in the over-all “cost to serve”. Is the model sustainable or will something have to change?...

Gefco focuses on new clients and markets
UK marketing chief John Stocker explains the automotive specialist’s strategy to Johanna Parsons...

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

The supply chain monitors
As pressure mounts on major corporations to be seen to be operating in a sustainable way, it has opened up a world of opportunities to a new breed of organisation dedicated to helping them get their supply chains in order...

Innovative strategies to realign supply chains
Innovative strategies to realign supply chains for competitive advantage will be at the heart of the Extended Supply Chain conference which takes place in London in March ...

DHL launches motor industry recalls service
DHL has launched a logistics service for automotive recalls, which it says offers a dedicated expert pool, specialist recall IT tools, and a flexible network of service providers ...

BSI guidance on supply chain continuity
The British Standards Institute has published additional guidance on business continuity within the supply chain ...

Rising demand for procurement and SC roles
There has been a significant increase in demand and reward for procurement and supply management professionals during the course of the past year...

Multinationals to drop dirty suppliers
Half of multinationals will select future suppliers based upon carbon performance, and 56 per cent intend to deselect suppliers with a poor record on carbon, according to a new report by the Carbon Trust Advisory...

BT partners DHL for innovation
BT has signed a global innovation partnership agreement with Deutsche Post DHL to support DHL’s Solutions & Innovations unit ...

PRTM to merge with PwC
PRTM is to merge with PwC, becoming part of the PwC global advisory practice, one of the world’s largest providers of consulting services. The deal is expected to be finalised later this summer ...

Adapting to a shifting landscape
Are supply chains changing shape? The landscape of risk affecting decisions on sourcing and procurement is shifting, making access to supplier information all the more important. By Nick Allen. ...

Learn the secrets of Europe’s top supply chains
The leaders of some of Europe’s top supply chains will be sharing their experience and insights at the new 121 Supply Chain Excellence Summit 2011, which takes place in London on 14th June ...

Your chance to influence Gartner’s Top 25 supply chain ranking
Research group Gartner is inviting supply chain professionals to contribute to its annual Gartner AMR’s 2011 Supply Chain Top 25 Ranking ...

Brands sign up for supply chain competition
Jordans & Ryvita, Tate & Lyle, Le Palette Rouge and Cath Kidston have signed up to The Fresh Connection 2011, the supply chain competition ...

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