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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. Are you asking the wrong question about WMS?

    If you are asking why you need a cloud-based WMS you might be asking the wrong question…
  2. Brexit uncertainty boosts sales for Synergy

    Warehouse management specialist, Synergy Logistics, is benefitting from the “Brexit effect” as it posts record sales for 2018.
  3. C-Log relies on the inconso Logistics Suite

    The French logistics and transport service provider C-Log, specialised in services for textiles and fashion accessories, relies on solutions from the inconso Logistics Suite: From warehouse management to the invoicing of logistic services, customers of the company can fall back on a complete solution.
  4. Vanderlande awarded contract by E.Leclerc for STOREPICK solution at a second distribution centre

    French retail giant E.Leclerc has signed a contract with Vanderlande for the delivery of an automated case picking solution – STOREPICK – at its Scadif distribution centre (DC), located southeast of Paris.
  5. Making the case for Transportation Management System….a BluJay Solutions white paper

    In a world where supply chains have become increasingly complex and global in nature, managing with spread-sheets and phone conversations with carriers are no longer viable options.

    Download this white paper to see how a software as a service (SaaS), multi-tenant transportation management system puts power and efficiency into the hands of any company that wants to cut freight costs, improve visibility, and optimise activity in today’s competitive business environment.
  6. Omnichannel profitability starts with advanced inventory insight

    By Georgia Leybourne, senior director international marketing, Manhattan Associates.

    Not long ago, retailers had a clear differentiation in sales channels. Inventory located in a store was only consumed through that store. And inventory located at a warehouse was only consumed through the catalogue, phone, or perhaps online site associated with that warehouse.
  7. IMHX raises the profile of the logistics industry among young people

    As part of its ongoing commitment to raise the profile of the logistics industry among young people, IMHX 2019 (the International Materials Handling Exhibition; NEC, Birmingham; September 24-27, 2019) is offering a cash prize to the team of students that devises the most impressive way of reducing online returns in a free-to-enter competition that is open to schools and colleges across the West Midlands.
  8. BEC secures one of its most successful years to date

    BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd. – a leading supplier of data capture and voice solutions for the supply chain, logistics and manufacturing industries – is currently enjoying one of its most successful years so far within its 24-year history.
  9. Daifuku awarded automated warehouse contract for UK pet food manufacturer

    Daifuku has been awarded a contract to supply warehouse automation to GA Pet Food Partners’ Ingredients Kitchen, a state of the art, high grade nutrition production facility at Bretherton Lancashire.
  10. Balancing B2B and B2C – the modern supply chain fulfilment challenge

    Following Manhattan Associates’ Manhattan Exchange 2018 event in Amsterdam last week, Manufacturing & Logistics IT spoke with the company’s Senior Director – Product Management, Adam Kline, about the changing supply chain landscape and how state-of-the-art software, mobile devices, automation and robotics solutions can leverage major benefits for today’s warehouses and distribution centres.
  11. Honeywell announces acquisition of Transnorm, provider of warehouse automation solutions

    Honeywell has signed an agreement to acquire privately held, warehouse automation business Transnorm for approximately €425 million from IK Investment Partners.
  12. Pick-by-vision: Fiege equips another location with Picavi smart glasses

    The contract logistics company Fiege is setting new standards in the field of pick-by-vision: The company, which already uses the Picavi solution, has now ordered 40 more pairs of smart glasses for its site in Worms.
  13. Snapfulfil chosen to keep up with Johnstons

    Johnston Logistics UK has selected Snapfulfil warehouse management system (WMS) to help deliver its next stage of growth. The warehousing, logistics and fulfilment specialist handles over 400,000 pallets every year.
  14. Three ways your supply chain manager can help improve speed-to-market

    By John Caltabiano, VP of Global Supply Chain, Jabil.

    Given a choice, would you launch your product late, or launch it over budget? Choosing to go to market late might present the greater risk to profitability, according to a report published by McKinsey & Company that claims, on average, going to market six months late but within budget can shave 33 percent off profits.
  15. Brightpearl launches fully-integrated WMS for retail and wholesale

    Brightpearl, the purpose-built retail ERP platform, has launched a new Warehouse Management System (WMS) to help businesses adapt to a shifting consumer-led retail environment.
  16. Red Ledge launches new warehouse management and control system

    Software engineering and automation specialist Red Ledge is launching a new version of its WMS, 'Red Ledge Warehouse Management and Control' which makes extensive use of automation to optimise warehouse control for logistics, manufacturing and other supply chain users.
  17. Vanderlande brings item picking cobot technology to life

    Vanderlande has developed a 'cobot application' (a robot physically capable of working alongside human operators) together with leading Finnish trading company in assembly and fastening materials, Würth Oy, and its logistics software partner (Leanware Oy) in a shared pilot project.
  18. Snapfulfil publishes top five tips for winning at warehousing

    Warehouse management solution specialist, Snapfulfil, has published five "top tips" on what to look for when selecting a new warehouse management system (WMS).
  19. How Stowga helped fight the warehouse industry's 'Christmas Bulge'

    Christmas in the UK is a time for festivities, family and food! Unfortunately for food retailers the nation's warehousing capacity often reaches close to breaking point, with huge demand for third-party storage over the winter months ahead of the busiest time in retail.
  20. Peak? Which peak?

    By Craig Summers, UK managing director, Manhattan Associates.

    Whilst we are enjoying an uncharacteristic English summer, Christmas may seem a million miles away. But, as is customary in the retail world, brands far and wide will be setting up their plans to survive the busiest time of the retail calendar.
  21. The warehouse of the future

    Consumers expect a lot when they shop online, frequently opting for next day delivery. In 2017, one Amazon customer was impressed when a product was delivered in under 15 minutes.
  22. 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.
  23. Atheon Analytics helps UK supermarket suppliers become data-driven with Snowflake

    Snowflake Computing has announced that Atheon Analytics has chosen Snowflake to supply real-time data insights to UK supermarket suppliers, helping identify any service issues, stock replenishment needs and quantify the impact on waste and sales across the entire supply chain.
  24. Red Ledge launches RFID-driven system for lifting equipment regulatory compliance

    Software application and engineering company Red Ledge has released a new RFID-driven system that is claimed to cut the time and cost of meeting LOLER (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations) regulations for lifting equipment with fast, accurate asset re-certification, end-to-end traceability and complete corporate compliance
  25. Automated ePod solution from BEC delivers significant improvements for Aliaxis

    As part of a drive to continuously improve customer service, Aliaxis has teamed with BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd, a leading UK-based supplier of data capture solutions for supply chain logistics and manufacturing, to introduce Electronic Point of Delivery (ePod) technology to modernise its order track and traceability processes.
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