fleet

Enterprise uncovers the potential of fleet electrification

Enterprise Fleet Management and Geotab together conducted one of the largest fleet EV Suitability Assessments. By taking action on this data, Enterprise Fleet Management can continue to provide its customers with the industry-leading support they’ve come to expect.  Read more

JLL

The uTenant & JLL partnership

For the first time since uTenant secured the backing of global real estate services business JLL, MHD talks with uTenant’s top brass – together with JLL’s Head of Industrial & Logistics Brokerage in Australia – to explore the warehouse disruptor’s early success, and why JLL realised that backing them was the right bet.  Read more

packaging

Packaging automation: When to make the switch

As many businesses adjust to an increase in online sales from the e-commerce boom – labour, speed and productivity issues are forcing the hand of many into automation of their packaging process. Sean Ledbury, Managing Director of Packsize Australia explains how to determine the level of automation versus integration. Read more

online

Boosting productivity with operations under one roof

Munro Footwear Group has committed to a new $50 million distribution centre in Melbourne’s west on the back of online growth. The footwear wholesaler and retailer – together with supply chain consultancy TMX – talk about the efficiencies to be gained from consolidating all operations under one roof.  Read more

supplier

Four Ways to Increase and Prioritise Supplier Diversity

By Bernadette Bulacan, VP and lead global evangelist, Icertis

“Supplier diversity” is not a new concept, however, this term became a nearly universal priority last year when diversity and inclusion rose to the forefront of conversations across the U.S. The significance of supplier diversity prompted much of the corporate world to propose action on numerous fronts, from hiring to procurement to sourcing goods and services. This priority has not slowed down and has continued through 2021. Many U.S. companies have established programs that help facilitate sourcing goods and services from Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), a federal government definition where at least 51% are owned and/or operated by an individual or group that is part of a traditionally underrepresented or underserved population. Read more

© All Rights Reserved. All content published on this site is the property of Prime Creative Media. Unauthorised reproduction is prohibited

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER
Close