Supply Chain and Logistics Blog

When a Freight Review is Due

Author: John Cole At the most basic level, freight arrangements are in place to satisfy targeted service standards at an accepted cost. When these standards are threatened or need redefining, your freight arrangements need to be reviewed. But how do you know when that...

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Retail Value Streams

Over the years, we at Logistics Bureau have been lucky enough to work with hundreds of companies across many industries in many different countries and one of the things I always say to people is that in 99% of businesses, there is no single solution to the Supply...

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Industrial Inventory Management

Industrial Inventory Management

Industrial Inventory Management - The Uglies! In this video, Keiran Hogan gives some tips and insights into managing industrial inventory... "Hello, I’m Keiran Hogan. My background is Logistics and operations management in industrial and agricultural equipment, and I...

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3PL Warehouse Contract Mistakes

3PL Warehousing Contracts - Avoiding Mistakes! VIDEO Drive the right behaviour with your warehousing contractor. Get the pricing / rate structure right and things will be a lot easier. I've been involved in many Logistics Outsourcing contracts in my role as a...

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Book Series Release

Rob O'Byrne and the Logistics Bureau team have just released the first of a series of books on Supply Chain and Logistics. Advance copies were made available at the Smart 2011 conference in Sydney and were sold for Charity. All proceeds going to 'Youth off the...

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Business Improvement Sharing

In this Video, Stephen Hanman explains how Group facilitated business improvement comes about. A great way to get going on a business improvement journey. "I would like to explain the value of being involved in a benchmarking success peer group. To do this, I’ll cover...

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