Critical Issues Manufacturing/Supply Chain

Critical issues are thought provoking articles relating to strategy, legislation, technology, best practice and some of the most challenging business topics in the world of manufacturing and supply chain information technology. The articles in this section have been contributed by leading vendors, industry leaders, research analysts, trade associations and consultancies. 

This collection of articles cover a variety of topics relating to the manufacturing, warehousing, logistics, transportation and distribution marketplace across Europe. They look at market trends, improvements in technology and some thought provoking comment on all aspects of optimising and improving efficiencies throughout the supply chain from raw material to finished product.

Other important topics covered in this section concern Health and Safety in Logistics with articles from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).Taxation, government policy, climate change, recruitment and training schemes are all covered, as well as educational opportunities at various UK logistics educational facilities such at Cranfield University

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Award winning depot going for growth

Leeds team moves to new premises.

EXEL BECOMES THE FIRST SUPPLY CHAIN COMPANY TO ACHIEVE BS 15000 CERTIFICATION

- THE STANDARD FOR IT SERVICE MANAGEMENT.

DON'T SHY AWAY FROM PLANNING FOR DISASTER

More than half of all companies still do not have a viable disaster recovery plan in place should things go wrong.

Are you a Survivor?

Are you a Survivor?

It's a simple question, and one that we at Tilley & Coutts Associates try to answer when discussing assignments with IT directors/managers. Why? Because there are two situations that these key decision makers find themselves in. They want to progress, or just survive!

Gartner Predicts 2005: IT Management Reinvents Itself

In 2005, the fate of the IT organization and the CIO will depend on their ability to expand their awareness of their external environment and adapt to new, permanent demands for business-based capability and performance.

TRANS-POLUDNIE IMPLEMENTS STRINGENT ECO POLICY

Trans-Poludnie, the leading Polish provider of logistics solutions, have started the implementation of one of the stringiest ecological norms ISO 14001 norm, defining the relationship between the company and the natural environment.

MOTHERCARE SELECTS EXEL TO MANAGE NEW UK LOGISTICS HUB

Exel has won a five-year contract to manage Mothercare's UK distribution centres.

Ross Systems appoints Steve Tonks as senior sales consultant

Steve joins Ross from supply chain software company Finmatica, where he was regional manager for North West Europe.

Sit, watch, wait

Sit, watch, wait

The best decisions are not necessarily made quickly. That is my observation of the considered approach Metrologic is taking over RFID. This is a bar code scanner company that is enjoying great success and is, therefore, well positioned to restrain itself from entering the RFID arena right now.

AIM Company of the year chooses Image Integrators for Invoice processing and automated data capture solution

Image Integrators is delighted to announce Mears Group PLC as a new customer for the development and implementation of a document management and automated data capture solution for purchase invoices.

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