Supply Chain and Logistics Blog

Bread Logistics

Bash versus Bread Logistics (MHD - Nov/Dec Edition) Logistics Bureau has been sponsoring the Variety Club Bash through Tip Top Bread for many years. The charity is aimed at helping children in need and it does a wonderful job in fulfilling some of the less fortunate...

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Retail Logistics

Volumes up, costs up - why? (MHD, September/October edition) In the new retail environment, increasing volumes don't necessarily guarantee reduced supply chain costs which were traditionally expected due to economies of scale. These days suppliers to the retail trade...

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Supply Chains in China

"Enter the Dragon" - Is your supply chain ready for the growth in China? A recent global economic study identified, that according to two of the key indicators for the size of the economy: energy consumption and resources demand, China is now a larger economy than the...

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Third Party Logistics Contracts

Third party warehousing contracts - Heading North or rapidly South? As I sit at the Airport awaiting my flight, I ponder over the meeting I have just had with yet another company, who is dissatisfied with their Third Party Logistics (3PL) service provider. Sometimes I...

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LAA and Logistics Bureau Scholarship Awards

LAA and Logistics Bureau University Scholarships & Research Awards Logistics Bureau is pleased to announce that sponsorship has just been renewed for another year. Logistics Bureau, in conjunction with the Logistics Association of Australia, has developed a...

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Logistics Terrorism

Tame the risk of terror now Australian businesses should adapt their existing emergency systems as soon as possible to include protection against the worst consequences of a terrorist attack on themselves or a critical supplier, according to a supply chain expert. But...

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John Turner Joins Logistics Bureau

Prominent logistics and supply chain consultant John Turner has joined Logistics Bureau as its Melbourne partner and to head up its Victorian operations. Before becoming a consultant he served in the RAAF for 20 years where he added a master's degree in logistics...

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Christmas Logistics

GIVE ME TWO HOURS AND I'LL SAVE YOU Retailers and their suppliers still have time to save millions of dollars this Christmas by some easy do-it-yourself improvements to their sales and operations planning. According to Rob O'Byrne, a specialist in supply chain...

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Bread Supply Chain

Giving the world its daily bread is a tough logistics challenge Next time you enjoy a delicious slice of fresh-baked bread think of Maurice Sinclair! He has recently returned to Australia from an extensive tour of South-East Asia and of Europe where he has been...

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