Posts Tagged ‘Supply Chain’

What is Blockchain?

Blockchain or to be formal, Distributed Ledger Technology, (DLT) is not just the IT process enabling Bitcoin. It is real, valuable, and coming to a supply chain near you.

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What Does the Future of Supply Chains Look Like?

Any supply chain manager, listening out above the day-to-day noise generated by continually evolving markets and requirements, will be rightly concerned about bigger geo-political issues.  Like Brexit, US-China tariffs wars, relations with Russia to name just a few…

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What Is Supply Chain Financing?

Supply Chain Managers understandably focus on the physical movement of goods and, increasingly, on the supporting flows of information. Typically, how money moves through the chain is somebody else’s problem. However, this approach is flawed because cash flow issues are the most avoidable cause of supply chain vulnerability and failure.

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Whitepaper: How Do We Achieve A Sustainable Future for Freight Transport?

The problem is simply stated. The European Commission reports that while road freight represents just 3% of vehicles, they account for 29% of road derived emissions. Consisting of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, but also pollutants such as oxides of nitrogen and particulates. Exhaust emissions aren’t the only issues either.  Fuel spills, tyre ‘crumb’, accidents, noise & vibration, congestion, infrastructure degradation… It all has a real impact on the health and well-being of people and the environment. Whether at local, regional or higher level it still says nothing of future ‘climate change’. Download our latest whitepaper, to learn what you can do today to start improving your sustainability profile.

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Fuelling Up For Digital Transformation?

Up to now, ‘digitisation’ has largely been about ‘playing the game better’ by using IT to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. However, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles and additive manufacturing, will not just change the rules of the game but the very game itself.  Now commonly referred to as ‘digitalisation’.

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