The exclusive workshop day on the 14th October at the 3PL Summit & CSCO Forum provides an accelerated opportunity for effective benchmarking and establishment of industry best practice, in an intimate and interactive environment.
Over 90 supply chain executives from companies including Verizon, SPAR International, British Airways, TEVA Pharmaceuticals, Walt Disney, and P&G are set to join the Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum in Venlo (The Netherlands) on October 14-16th.
We’re a day away from the close of voting for the 2015 EU 3PL Awards. It’s the chance for manufacturers and retailers to vote for logistics providers they’ve experienced industry-leading service delivery from.
With data playing an ever increasing role in supply chain, eft wanted to explore one of the technologies that has been a mainstay of data interchange for over 30 years – EDI. Why does it still exist? Do people in the industry really like it?
Over the last several years, eft has been working closely with leaders in supply chain and logistics to provide them with critical intelligence, industry visibility and industry leads. As competition in the industry ramps up and profound changes take place, rather than hide eft’s capabilities, we wanted to share them with you to see if we can help you with your industry needs.
Last year DHL received the Best 3PL for Retail Supply Chains. Hear from Nicholas Wyss, Head of sector Retail EMEA at DHL Global Forwarding about what differentiates DHL from their competitors, where they see the biggest challenges in the next five years and how they are preparing for these challenges.
2015 has been called “The Year of Omni-Channel Integration” for retailers. With the continued adoption of ecommerce and mobile retail shopping, the time has come to ensure your customer experience is tightly interlinked to your supply chain, from order to delivery.
Supply chain is happening at your company. I mean, if your company sells a thing to a customer, supply chain is all around you. Even if you’re a farmer and you think you don’t have a supply chain, you’re wrong. You do. You might procure seed or fertilizer or packing supplies that end up being crucial to your customer supply