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Much of a retail business’ ability to remain competitive and relevant to a market depends upon the readiness of its supply chain to react and adapt swiftly to change.
Grocery DCs have increasingly embraced automation to help reduce labour-intensive manual work and increase overall efficiency so that fresh goods get delivered to shelves as fast as possible.
The so-called “Norway Plus” option is the least damaging practical form of Brexit for UK companies trading with EU countries.
An online retailer’s profitability will stand or fall on having time- and cost-effective returns management. Edward Hutchison explains how driverless transport systems can fulfil this need in online retail intralogistics operations.
Following this year’s Freight in the City Expo, Mark Gilks, Transport Specialist at Calor, outlines the lessons learned from the event and why the future is looking positive for gas-based fuels.