The Co-operative Food is set to introduce trolley-mounted tablets to enable its customers to submit feedback as they...
Inditex, the clothing retailer behind Zara, has been ranked in Gartner’s top five European supply chains for 2014.
With supply chain scandals on the front pages more than ever, is it time for organisations to take a closer look at how they function and cut out the bad links before it’s too late?
The majority of companies see supply chain risk management as important to their business, but only 7 per cent are generating returns of more than 100 per cent on their supply chain risk management investments, according to a study by global management consultant Accenture.
Many of us cheered wildly as Lewis Hamilton won his “home” Grand Prix at Silverstone earlier this month, driving for the dominant Mercedes team.
Companies need to realise the benefit of supply chains, and not just see them as a one-dimensional logistical exercise, says Professor Jan Godsell
More than ever consumers are putting pressure on firms’ supply chains. They want the best products at the cheapest costs and if a company does not have a good supply chain their customers are likely to go somewhere else.
Security professional firm ASIS International has released a new standard to help organisations address operational risks in their supply chains.
The legacy of the Olympics has created an economic boost of more than £14 billion in the past two years, more than the £11 billion target, prime minister David Cameron announced yesterday.
Retail SMEs are facing problems with social media, staff turnover, recruitment and staff morale, according to a report.
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