On 24th July 1996 Witron Engineering B.V. subsidiary of the Bavarian based systems integrator Witron Logistik + Informatik GmbH registered its branch office in UK
Healthcare Supply Chain Management, Infrastructure & Services
The healthcare industry involves the provision of goods and services related to the medial treatment of patients. Today, the healthcare supply chain is a network of resources, scattered across facilities and entities in different cities and countries. To be effectively managed, supply chain resources need to be linked. Suppliers, partners and customers; each performing a role in the supply chain, and each user and/or automated process are small 'hubs' contributing to the movement of goods, funds as well as information in the supply chain.
Oct 24, 2006 Comments (0)
The Italian SOL Group has signed a contract with software supplier Quintiq for the delivery and implementation of the Quintiq Logistics Planner, a state-of-the-art planning platform for the support of a variety of logistics activities.
Oct 12, 2006 Comments (0)
Blending technology with tradition has allowed medical equipment manufacturer, S Murray & Co, to dramatically improve the efficiency of its business, making substantial financial savings in the process.
Oct 05, 2006 Comments (0)
Witron wins picking system project for Boots The Chemists
Alliance Boots wholesale supply chain gets performance boost with Manhattan Associates' Integrated Planning Solutions
Oct 03, 2006 Comments (0)
Investment in Manhattan Associates' demand forecasting and replenishment solutions delivers significant results and payback
Sep 25, 2006 Comments (0)
Carl Zeiss Vision GmbH has opted for professional label printer modules by SATO, the worlds number one manufacturer of label printers.
Sep 20, 2006 Comments (0)
Kloehn Company Cuts Lead Times, Quickly Identifies Quality Issues with Increased Visibility Provided by Infor Solution
Sep 18, 2006 Comments (0)
The UniDrug Distribution Group Ltd, based in Derbyshire, are currently working with Microlise to deliver the third phase of a Microlise Fleet & Distribution solution.
DHL wins contract worth GBP 1.6 billion revenue over 10 years with the UK Governments Department of Health
Sep 12, 2006 Comments (0)
DHL Logistics has won a 10-year deal totalling GBP 1.6 billion /Euro 2.3 billion in revenue to manage GBP 22 billion/Euro 32 billion total spend with the UK Governments Department of Health.
Sep 07, 2006 Comments (0)
The global GS1 Healthcare User Group (HUG) has officially announced that it will use GS1 standards exclusively as the basis for its automatic product identification developments, including bar codes and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags