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Breathe Technologies delivers 300% increase in productivity for Ultimate Products with direct-to-customer fulfilment solution

Breathe Technologies delivers 300% increase in productivity for Ultimate Products with direct-to-customer fulfilment solution

From local business to global success, Ultimate Products is an international brand house managing consumer goods brands, across 12 product ranges including household names; Salter, Beldray, Progress and Intempo. Having experienced revenue growth across each of the business’ strategic pillars, Ultimate Products has seen particular strong performance on its ecommerce platforms following the recent surge in online shopping.

Global supply chain activity ‘levelling out at 100mph’ as orders outstrip invoicing, Tradeshift reveals

Global supply chain activity ‘levelling out at 100mph’ as orders outstrip invoicing, Tradeshift reveals

Business to business trade activity grew by 10% in the first quarter of 2021, but a recent surge in order volumes is creating fresh challenges for suppliers after a year of intense disruption, new transaction data from Tradeshift reveals.

The potential cost saving benefits of a sustainable supply chain

The potential cost saving benefits of a sustainable supply chain

According to CDP, supply chain emissions are on average 5.5 times higher than the direct emissions produced by a corporation. But not only is a supply chain’s impact on the environment severe, but it can also lead to financial issues for companies who don’t take action to be more sustainable.

Automation: Learning the secrets of uptime

Automation: Learning the secrets of uptime

By Will Carder, Automation Sales Engineer at Quadient. 

Automation offers a route forward for hard-pressed e-fulfilment operations – particularly, when it comes to packaging processes. But how do you build in operational resilience? What are the secrets to maximising uptime?

Waterline keeps the nation's homes fully furnished with help from PODFather

Waterline keeps the nation's homes fully furnished with help from PODFather

Waterline, the provider of kitchen, bedroom and office furniture and fittings, relies on PODFather's electronic proof of delivery technology to help track and manage its nationwide distribution operation.

Manufacturing output improves in March – CBI

Manufacturing output improves in March – CBI

Manufacturing output volumes in the three months to March improved to broadly flat, which marked their highest balance since May 2019. That’s according to the CBI’s latest monthly Industrial Trends Survey.

Targa Telematics ranked among the fasted growing companies in Europe

Targa Telematics ranked among the fasted growing companies in Europe

Targa Telematics – Italian tech company that develops technological solutions in telematics, smart mobility and digital IoT platforms for mobility operators – has been listed as one of the “1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies 2021” by the Financial Times and Statista.

Iptor acquires The Mesa Group

Iptor acquires The Mesa Group

Iptor has acquired The Mesa Group, a long-standing Iptor Gold Partner. Following Iptor’s new ownership announcement in 2020, in which Bregal Unternehmerkapital, Jayne Archbold (CEO) and Christopher Catterfeld (CMO) took ownership of the business, the acquisition builds towards the ‘Iptor 22 Strategic Growth Plan’ objectives and is the first phase of increasing its US footprint.

Logistics UK response to announcement on motor insurance law

Logistics UK response to announcement on motor insurance law

In response to the announcement that the government will not implement an EU ruling into UK law which would have meant all motor vehicles operating on private land will need motor insurance – also known as the ‘Vnuk’ ruling –  James Firth, Head of Road Freight Regulation Policy at Logistics UK comments:

UK government welcomes the European Commission’s draft data adequacy decisions

UK government welcomes the European Commission’s draft data adequacy decisions

The UK government welcomes the European Commission’s draft data adequacy decisions, which recognise the UK’s high data protection standards and set out that the UK should be found ‘adequate’.

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