DHL Supply Chain has launched Issue 2 of DHL Supply Chain Matters, an online industry resource helping business leaders drive innovation and efficiency in the supply chain.
It aims to show how businesses can gain competitive advantage by investing in innovation and optimisation throughout the supply chain, sharing experiences and best practice from across the world of logistics.
The resource contains editorial and case studies on issues critical to decision-makers, across a range of sectors. These include a review of how car manufacturers can drive customer retention through aftermarket care, lessons to be learned from the public sector in light of governmental austerity measures, and the financial benefits of running a green business.
It also looks at the pressure on agri-foods supply chains, interviews Nisa Today’s John Sharpe on why collaboration is key and offers expert advice on how British manufacturers can better perform in the current climate.
Finally, it examines inflation’s impact on the supply chain - a critical issue for businesses globally.
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Graham Inglis, CEO of DHL Supply Chain, said: “The uncertain macro-economic climate has affected many companies’ bottom lines and business leaders are looking for ways to innovate and rethink their operations to become more efficient.
“DHL Supply Chain Matters shows how supply chains can positively impact business operations, making them more streamlined, flexible and productive.”