Navigating the Warehouse Evolution: Automation, workforce shortages & increased flexibility

With consumer expectations soaring for faster deliveries, Warehouse Operations leaders are embracing automation solutions to optimise processes. From stock reception to order dispatch, efficiency is the name of the game. To combat rising return costs, warehouses are prioritising error reduction through technologies like barcode scanning and quality control. In this month’s feature we take a […]

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The Logistics Point February ’24

FEATURE Navigating the Warehouse Evolution: Automation, Workforce Shortages & increased flexibility;VIDEO UK’s Economic Engine: The Crucial Role of Express Couriers in the UK Economy;Would 2024 instability bring down logistics & supply chain?;Why is collaboration still a dirty word in logistics?;Understanding the Workplace Charging Scheme;EU’s Emission Trading Scheme: How does it impact logistics?;Couriers take on the […]

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How soft managerial skills will drive retail & logistics in 2024

The industry might be focusing on technology in 2024 and rightly so, but it should not disregard soft managerial skills too. Comments from Scott Whiffin, executive director at supply chain and logistics consultancy, SCALA about the future of logistics & retail in 2024. You can read more about what the logistics industry expects in 2024 and […]

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Where have all the logistics workers gone?

The logistics industry has struggled to find enough people to fill out available positions for a while. In the following feature we explore how leading organisations from the sector are combating labour shortages, what more can be done, why people should be interested in the sector and why they are not. Grace’s journey with Asda […]

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