Tag: ISO 28000

Commonwealth Bank completes blockchain-based global trade pilot

Seventeen tonnes of almonds have successfully been shipped and tracked from Sunraysia in Victoria, Australia, to Hamburg in Germany in a blockchain-based collaboration between Commonwealth Bank and five Australian and international supply chain leaders.

Brexit pain for UK businesses, as supply chain costs rise

Nearly a third of UK businesses with EU suppliers have already increased their prices in order to offset the potential costs of Brexit.

How can enhanced data and analytics optimize your Supply Chain?

As the digitization of supply chains becomes ever more the norm, experts share on how to manage big data and deliver actionable insights across all sectors

Don’t let your Supply Chain be like the Death Star

While your supply chain may seem as large and complex as a super weapon the size of a celestial body, you don’t want it brought down by one small oversight.

Is your Supply Chain ready for Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

What indicators should Supply Chain managers be looking out on this Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

Apple named China’s greenest supply chain

The performance of around 250 brands across 14 industries in terms of how they manage environmental performance in their supply chain in China.

Value of Cloud Supply Chain Management market set to hit $11bn by 2023

The value of the Cloud Supply Chain Management (SCM) market is projected to reach $11bn by 2023, according to new figures.

Why intelligent supply chains will rule the world

How an adaptive, intelligent supply chain – built around standards – accelerates innovation and drives change!

Bringing ports into the digital age

Today’s consumers expect fast shipping times and low costs. In order to cater to their needs, retailers are increasingly integrating logistics technology to innovate the process. That said, ports have up until now remained unthreatened by disruption. They will always be an established partner for retailers because of the unlikelihood of new entrants and the ...

How soon will peak oil demand arrive?

Predictions vary by decades, but most agree it is coming, with major implications. In the first decade of the 2000s, there was growing concern about so-called "Peak Oil," based on a theory developed by Shell oil engineer M. King Hubbert, who in the 1940s predicted that output of oil in the lower 48 states in ...

How will Brexit impact the European logistics industry?

As political heavyweights made their way to Brussels for the second round of Brexit talks, British Brexit Secretary David Davis urged all sides to ‘get down to business’. The European logistics and supply chain industry will be hoping more than most that they do just that. In June 2016, British voters chose to leave the ...

Big data a “key to reducing food waste”?

Rising costs of food wastage and legislation aimed at reducing the problem is motivating organizations to use big data in order to combat the issue.