Logistics management is defined as the process of planning, implementing and controlling procedures to ensure that transportation runs effectively and smoothly. It is one of the main areas that needs to be managed efficiently in the supply chain. Read more
In this article, Alan Griffin, who is our Warehouse Design Consultant, explores what Brexit will mean for warehousing, not only the UK, but also the wider EU. Alan looks at both the threats and the opportunities for warehousing post-Brexit.
There are many external influences that can impact the supply chain and in this blog we focus on two areas: economic uncertainty and the exchange rate. Read more
Calculating business risk in the supply chain is essential. Many businesses don’t realise that there is a serious risk of business disruption and reputation damage if they have a lack of knowledge and have done little risk planning when it comes to their supply chain. Read more
The FM Global Resilience Index was developed as a tool to rank the resilience of 130 countries to supply chain disruption and vulnerability. The index looks to evaluate the factors of resilience and group them into three categories or core resilience factors – economic, risk quality and supply chain factors. Read more
The drop in Sterling’s value after the Brexit vote has seemingly rattled some oil suppliers world-wide, and they’re seeking compensation. So, whether you voted Leave or Remain, if your business is dependent upon UK transport operations, it will now be footing the bill of the recent fuel price increases. Read more