Over four hundred supply chain leaders to attend the 2018 Supply Chain Summit: Europe

Sep 2, 2018
Adidas, HP, JD.com, Sony, UPS and more will convene to drive the discussion forward on the future of supply chain logistics.

10 things eft’s been reading this week

Aug 31, 2018
A dive into self-drive

Podcast: Cindy Miller, President of Global Freight Forwarding at UPS

Aug 30, 2018
Cindy Miller of UPS knows a thing or two about fostering and developing talent, having started as delivery driver, so how does she think labour shortage in logistics can be solved?

Free report: Why customer experience management is the next frontier in supply chain logistics

Aug 30, 2018
Quality and the personal touch are critical to success in the supply chain but achieving that is proving to be tough for providers

Retail trend: Click-and-collect gains traction

Aug 29, 2018
Walmart plays pivotal leading role in click-and-collect retailing, reports Packaged Facts

Regulation time-lag will hit driverless technology hard says leading consultancy BDO

Aug 27, 2018
Politicians are falling far behind the pace of technological change. First published on www.ITSInternational.com.

10 things eft’s been reading this week

Aug 24, 2018
Out of stock? How a lack of labour is putting the brakes on growth in the logistics industry.

Podcast: Sucharita Kodali, Vice President and Principal Analyst for Forrester, on the top trends in the supply chain

Aug 23, 2018
Guest speaker Sucharita Kodali, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, weighs in on the biggest retail shifts and how a brand can keep up with changing trends

Senators introduce DRIVE-Safe Act hoping to address shortage of truckers

Aug 22, 2018
US Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), and Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) have introduced a bill – the Developing Responsible Individuals for a Vibrant Economy (DRIVE-Safe) Act, S. 3352 – in an attempt to address the driver shortage in the trucking and logistics industry.

Wages rising strongly among US warehouse workers

Aug 22, 2018
65% of US warehouse workers are earning at least $12 per hour, up from just 26% in 2014