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Supply chain News

Provides real-time news and information updated throughout the business day, covering supply chain, manufacturing and logistics technologies for corporate managers and hi-tech professionals.
  1. Starbucks and Alibaba Group form strategic partnership to transform the customer experience in the coffee industry in China

    Starbucks Coffee Company ("Starbucks") and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. ("Alibaba") have announced a deep, strategic "New Retail" partnership that will enable a seamless Starbucks Experience and transform the coffee industry in China.
  2. How the heatwave impacted the High Street

    By Matthew Robertson, co-CEO, NetDespatch.

    As we see the first signs of the heatwave dissipating and wetter weather coming in, this got me thinking about recent articles that I've read about the negative impact on productivity the balmy summer weather has had on office workers, with many preferring to work from home and not venture into heat-baked cities, over-crowded tubes and frenzied traffic jams.
  3. GreyOrange sorts fast fashion with new high-speed Linear Sorter for supply chain automation

    Robotics and supply chain Automation company GreyOrange has announced the installation of its latest Linear Sorter at an international fashion company that provides fashion clothing and accessories across India; for women, men, teenagers and children.
  4. Brexit and Stockpiling: What’s the answer?

    By Charlie Pool, CEO, Stowga.

    Brexit is dominating conversations once again and creating waves of uncertainty in almost every industry. But the big questions everyone is asking right now is: do we have to start stockpiling our imported goods to prepare for a no deal Brexit? What happens to our food if it's held up at customs? Will there be shortages?
  5. Automation: the new front line in omnichannel retail

    By Frank Lochbaum, Managing Partner at KPS.

    As retailers continue to search for the best ways to blur the boundaries between channels, more are turning to automation to ease customers' in-store pain points.
  6. Renovotec launches network rental scheme for warehousing & logistics

    Rugged supply chain hardware and services company Renovotec is introducing a new 'Network Rental Scheme' with built-in service guarantees, technical support and expert advice, designed to help warehousing and logistics operations keep pace with rapid changes in network technology and the many new security threats posed by the modern, IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things)-driven network say Renovotec.
  7. An Act with no action: businesses not doing enough to find slavery in UK supply chains

    UK businesses are not doing enough to identify modern slavery in their supply chains, research from the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has found. A survey of 897 supply chain managers found that almost a third (31%) of UK supply chain managers admitted they did not think their business was taking the necessary steps to tackle the issue.
  8. Oracle Retail breaks down inventory barriers with Cloud Service

    To empower retailers to more easily track, access and manage inventory in store Oracle Retail has introduced a new Store Inventory Operations Cloud Service.
  9. BEC secures partnership with Apex Supply Chain Technologies

    BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd has formed a partnership with Apex Supply Chain Technologies Ltd., a market-leading manufacturer of secure automated locker solutions.
  10. Supply chain attacks on the rise as one of the biggest new threat vectors as organisations scramble to close gaps

    CrowdStrike Inc., the cloud-delivered endpoint protection solutions provider, has announced the results of its global supply chain survey, Securing the Supply Chain, produced by independent research firm Vanson Bourne.
  11. How retailers can avoid a red card during the World Cup

    By Dean Frew, CTO and Senior VP of RFID Solutions at SML.

    Without question a busy retail period is hugely profitable for businesses. In particular, national and international events can present retailers with a number of significant business opportunities such as increased customer engagement, creating jobs for store associates and opportunities to drive sales at an exponential rate.
  12. FICO survey: UK firms are too confident about their cybersecurity

    Despite the growth in data breaches, senior executives at UK firms think their cybersecurity protection is top-notch, according to a new survey conducted by research and consultancy firm Ovum for Silicon Valley analytics firm FICO.
  13. Why ERP is the key to unlocking the future of retail

    Drop shipping has the potential to completely change the world of retail. However, as John Weber, Director of Business Development and Product Management at Aptean, explains, retailers need an effective ERP system to truly make the most of this new retail reality.
  14. G.H.MUMM & CIE reduced inventory and costs, and increased visibility with DynaSys

    With an outstanding heritage dating back to 1827, with its recognisable red ribbon, a symbol of excellence, the G.H.MUMM Cordon Rouge blend, a perfect incarnation of the brand, stands apart thanks to the freshness and intensity of its oenological style, conserved and passed down from one generation to another by the Cellar Masters.
  15. Inefficient supply chains are costing UK business £1.5bn per annum

    Supply chain inefficiencies and miscommunication through "Chinese Whispers" are costing UK businesses over £1.5bn in lost productivity according to analysis of industry data from digital freight forwarder Zencargo.
  16. Ted Baker chooses Retail Assist for European Help Desk support

    Ted Baker, the global lifestyle brand, is the latest retailer to partner with Retail Assist for IT Help Desk support.
  17. How Vimto created a ‘liquid’ supply chain with Distributed Warehousing

    Century-old drinks company Nichols has embraced a distributed warehousing network to deliver better customer experience and deliver the localised fulfilment mission of the modern age.
  18. Mobile workforce: five ways to empower the GenZ workforce

    By Chris Noble, Director at StoreForce.

    A LinkedIn survey looking at how millennials are changing jobs and sectors showed that, once again, the retail industry was one of the losers. Asked why they were changing careers, millennials cited a lack of opportunities for career advancement, closely followed by dissatisfaction with compensation and benefits.
  19. GreyOrange to showcase its end-to-end robotics logistics solutions at CeMAT Australia

    GreyOrange, a multinational robotics and supply chain automation company, and Advanced Warehouse Solutions, its distributor in Australia, will showcase the Butler range of robotics solutions at CeMAT Australia 2018, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 24 to 26 July.
  20. Retailers to invest in machine learning and voice search to improve digital marketing in 2018/19, new survey finds

    The digital marketing challenger agency, QueryClick, has released The CMO Performance Report 2018, which has found a significant number of retailers plan to invest in transformative technology including machine learning and voice search to enhance their digital marketing campaigns.
  21. A Story About a Man and a Dog.......

    A Supply Chain Planning and Machine Learning white paper from DynaSys
  22. The need for speed in the race for the last mile: A third of retailers still don’t offer next day delivery

    Omnichannel retailers are still lagging behind in the race to offer fast last-mile fulfilment when compared to their pureplay counterparts, a new report by Sorted, the delivery experience company, warns.
  23. Mobile consumer trend shifts from convenience to entertainment but, retailers must get the basics right first, says Tryzens

    A recent study from PayPal Australia highlights that while mobile commerce (often called mCommerce) may have begun as a convenient way to shop on-demand, it has rapidly developed into an entertainment experience, otherwise known as 'retailtainment'.
  24. 60 percent of consumers would prefer an Amazon Go shopping experience

    MuleSoft has released "Consumer Connectivity Insights 2018," a survey of more than 8,000 consumers globally to analyse whether organisations are meeting customer expectations for a connected, personalised experience across industries and geographies.
  25. CURIUM optimises its sales forecasts with DynaSys Demand Planning in the Cloud

    DynaSys, provider of demand & supply chain planning (DSCP) solutions, has announced that CURIUM, formerly IBA Molecular, has implemented DynaSys Cloud Demand Planning to optimize its sales forecasts.
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