Logistics-Lotus Flower

| February 9, 2018

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Logistics, one of Hospital Records’ most prolific artists, is back with his seventh studio album ‘Hologram’. Inspired by his travels to Hong-Kong and New Zealand, this universally admired drum & bass figure presents a vibrant 16-track collection soaked in his signature groove, soul and liquid-funk stylings.

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"LSCMS Objectives - to promote professional development of Logistics and Supply Chain Management - to encourage and enable continuous professional development - to serve as a resource centre for its members and parties interested in Logistics and Supply Chain Management"

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Steps To Take For Choosing Your Warehouse Management System

Article | March 20, 2020

Knowing what your critical needs are and what drives your company will assist you in addressing the solution to the problem of what warehouse management system you should use. The system’s functionalities must closely match your requirements, which can be determined by identifying the particular problem(s) that needs solving. Vital in selecting a warehouse management system (WMS) is the identification of the key business requirements of your company.

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Detect, Decide, Execute: How Logistics Drives Business Performance

Article | February 18, 2020

Logistics can be a tough business. In a world where your Amazon orders arrive the same or next day, customers are demanding more from all their suppliers. That leaves businesses struggling to keep up with customer expectations and forcing them to reevaluate – and reinvent – their distribution networks to become more agile. Not only is customer satisfaction at stake, but in an uncertain world, logistics costs can easily spiral out of control, threatening the financial bottom line. Striking a profitable balance between customer service and costs is what defines a successful logistics operation.

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how supply chains can mitigate coronavirus impact

Article | March 18, 2020

The spread of the coronavirus is impacting individuals and supply chains alike, with hundreds of new cases announced every day. It’s a public health emergency and has caused product flows to be changed around. The research and advisory giants, Gartner, believes supply chain leaders should focus on three main areas to mitigate disruption from the coronavirus. ”As COVID-19 spreads globally, we are seeing increased supply chain disruption, but also changes in consumer spending habits,” commented Sarah Watt, senior director analyst with the Gartner Supply Chain practice. “Supply has been impacted in three primary ways: limited access to employees due to quarantines, factory closures or manufacturing slowdowns and limited access to logistics to move goods. Most supply chain organisations are in crisis management, assessing impacts and response on a daily, if not hourly basis.”

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5 Ways How Advanced Technology Is Disrupting Transport And Logistics Business Models

Article | March 31, 2020

The transport and logistics industry has a lot of suppliers who have had to change the model of their business in the last few years. Many of them have had to adapt and deploy innovative technologies, so, that shipping cab becomes more sustainable flexible and efficient as the growth of the industry continues. This has resulted in the disruption of the traditional business model that transportation and logistics companies are known for. As a matter of fact, in the coming decades, some of these business models will be fully upended, an example of this is the freight brokerage.

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