What can supply chain learn from Formula 1 racing? Peter Jones, Founder and Managing Director at Prological, writes that he takes inspiration from the Formula 1 Mercedes team and applies its principles to drive positive change in supply chain operations.
Supply chains were turned on their head last year, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Changes to warehouse management systems have been pressing issues in the supply chain and logistics industry.
On a sunny August afternoon in the Southeast Suburbs of Melbourne, there was a gathering of professionals ready to meet, greet, eat and…. well, debate. The single goal of the afternoon: to hunt down and expose the ‘white elephant’ in the room.
The SCLAA held its third annual Women in Logistics Luncheon and what an afternoon it was. Read more
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) is a partnership between Australian Governments and senior leaders in the logistics field including logistics users, suppliers, peak bodies and academics. ALC exists to lead the development of logistics in Australia and to create competitive advantage for Australian companies and the Australian economy. Read more
The Logistics Association of Australia Ltd (LAA) is one of Australia’s leading associations focused on logistics & supply chain management in the e-world of the 21st century.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILTA) is the national professional institute for people and corporations engaged in the transport and logistics industry. Read more
apicsAU (The Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society Ltd) exists to foster professionalism in manufacturing and associated supply chain activities. It specialises in providing education for the management of resources and supply chain, including Production and Inventory Management, Warehousing and Distribution, Procurement and Materials Management. Read more