Last week, Geodis released their 2017 Supply Chain Worldwide Survey and it’s worth the read. The findings for the report provide a wealth of information and benchmarking stats on the current state of supply chain strategies worldwide.
Meet MPO at the 3PL & Supply Chain Summit Chicago, June 14-16 .
Any business trying to build a flexible, competitive supply chain that leverages the latest technologies and innovations needs to attend the 3PL & Supply Chain Summit in Chicago this June.
Times are quickly changing. Especially in Supply Chain Management many traditional phenomena are rapidly becoming obsolete.
An interview with Kees Jan Roodbergen lecturer quantitative logistics at the University of Groningen.
There are still many questions about e-fulfilment for which there are no ready-made answers.Different retailers make different decisions about outsourcing versus insourcing of their logistics operations. Cross-channel retailing and back-end collaboration with other webshops are other areas in which retailers currently are looking for best practices. It looks like cross-channel retailing and horizontal collaboration are on the rise. Time to get an expert opinion from Kees Jan Roodbergen lecturer at the University of Groningen and leader of the Dinalog project, "Cross Chain Order Fulfilment Coordination for Internet Sales".
Unilever wants to half its environmental Impact by 2020 while doubling its Revenue!
An interview with Neil Humphrey, SVP Supply Chain Europe Unilever
MP Objects was the proud sponsor of the International Supply Chain Summit Istanbul (ISCSI) 2014 recently held in the metropolitan capital of Turkey. The international conference was held to present the transformation to 2020 in the world of supply chain management. Managers and professionals discussed the opportunities and challenges in global supply chains. Special interest was paid to bridging supply chain management across Europe and Asia and the pivot position of Turkey in connecting these continents.
Many people talk about the transformation going to 2020. What are the opportunities and challenges that will affect the global supply chain? The International Supply Chain Summit Istanbul (ISCSI) points out the following trends: