Alex Hadwick

Alex Hadwick

Breaking out of the volatility cycle

Mar 26, 2021
Volatility has come to define the recent past of supply chains, but greater depth of understanding is helping to smooth the journey to market

Complexity and cost: The Brexit legacy for EU-UK e-commerce

Mar 23, 2021
Although over time processes will improve and become smoother, the immediate legacy of Brexit has been to burden international e-commerce businesses operating between the EU and UK

Dealing with troughs and peaks

Mar 16, 2021
The big swings between feast and famine in supply chains aren’t over in 2021, so businesses need to be fast-moving and flexible

Evolving distribution: Smarter product tracking and tracing

Mar 5, 2021
Developing technologies are coalescing to take the guess work out of supply chains and provide a constant, real-time and accurate overview of where goods are at each stage

Low-cost drone delivery: About to take-off or plummeting back to reality?

Mar 2, 2021
Is drone delivery on a budget just around the corner? Flytrex thinks so and wants to bring your brunch straight to your backyard

The state of supply chains: Automotive, part 2 – building back better

Mar 1, 2021
The automotive industry has been buffeted by the forces unleashed by the pandemic, so now the race is on to build more resilient and open supply chains

5G: A revolution or an evolution for logistics?

Feb 17, 2021
5G rollouts have finally arrived, but what does this mean in practice for supply chains?

The changing face of retail logistics with Malcolm Wilson, CEO of XPO Logistics Europe

Feb 12, 2021
De-risking and upgrading retail supply chains through automation and sustainability will be key to the future of retail

The state of supply chains: Shipping

Feb 10, 2021
High volatility and big bottlenecks are defining shipping at the start of 2021 as the industry handles a surge in demand for physical goods and a crunch in container capacity

2020 puts supply chain planning at the top of the agenda in 2021

Jan 29, 2021
Logistics planning expert Robert Oliver tells us how supply chain planning is evolving and how you can master the process to drive better results

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