22 July 2014

Thought Leadership 

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How to make returns a revenue stream
Returns don't just have to be a black hole for inventory and resources, they can be a revenue stream, adding value for customers and helping reduce costs ...

This isn’t just logistics… it’s mission critical logistics
The theory is easy: the right part, the right place, the right time. But achieving that takes real expertise, as a panel of industry leaders made clear at our round table sponsored by Unipart ...

Two days of Leading Intelligence
Case studies from Award winning supply chains, presentations from industry leaders and a tiny computer that is taking the world by storm. It must be Supply Chain Standard's 12th annual Logistics & Supply Chain Conference ...

How Dell uses supply chain to maximise customer outcomes
Think of a company that has used logistics to create a competitive advantage and the first name that comes to mind is Dell, the personal computer maker ...

How does your supply chain compare to the best?
How does your supply chain compare with the best in Europe? And what lessons are there to be learnt from industry leaders? ...

Canadian supply chain associations unite
The Purchasing Management Association of Canada is to merge with the Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada, to become the Supply Chain Management Association ...

Smart Business Academy for Supply Chain
Logistics, transport and supply chain employers, from companies such as Yodel, Royal Mail and Asda, have come together to form the Smart Business Academy, hoping to improve the perception of careers in their sectors and create business growth and jobs ...

ESC tackles the tough SC issues
Collaboration is a key issue in supply chain: as supply chains become increasingly complex, companies are becoming ever more reliant on their supply chain partners to compete effectively...

Olympics under scrutiny at supply chain summit
The supply chain lessons of the London Olympics will come under scrutiny at 1-2-1 Supply Chain Excellence Summit which takes place in London on 17th October ...

Driving a competitive value chain
This year’s pre-conference day at ESC 2012 was a veritable supply chain feast for the audience of senior European supply chain professionals... ...

Extended Supply Chain starts tomorrow
The Extended Supply Chain conference starts tomorrow (Tuesday) with contributions from some of the world’s most successful companies, such as IBM, Oracle, Dell, Sony and Unilever ...

Vital role of segmentation under scrutiny
Supply chain consultancy Crimson & Co will be describing its approach to designing supply chain segmentation and outlining a new, rigorous approach to effective segmentation strategies at the Extended Supply Chain Conference 2012...

£125m supply chain competition opens today
The government’s £125 million Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative, opens for applications opens today - 29th March. ...

Earthquake lead to changes in supply chain strategies
More than 80 per cent of the companies affected by the Japanese earthquake last year have made changes to their supply chain, a study by the Business Continuity Institute has revealed ...

IBM talks supply chain strategy at ESC 2012
The Geodis acquisition of IBM's Global Logistics Business Unit, with a $1bn freight spend, was finalised in March 2009. As part of the purchase deal of the logistics business, Geodis became the sole logistics supplier for IBM ...

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