Coles, Woolworths, Metcash, Aldi, and other grocery retailers have been approved by the ACCC to continue cooperating together to ensure supply of food and groceries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first phase of a Blockchain and Traceability Framework for Australian Dairy Farmers is underway to reduce the threat of fraudulent product entering the supply chain, protecting farmers, processors and consumers by building on standards already used in transport and logistics.
New research by CouriersPlease has revealed 85 per cent of Australian consumers want retailers and brands to be more transparent about the origins and sustainability of their products and whether they are engaging in ethical practices.
The ACCC will commence a new three-month inquiry into harmful imbalances of bargaining power across the domestic supply chain, from the farmgate through to major supermarkets, for perishable agricultural goods, including meat, eggs, seafood & dairy.
Rose Yip, Head of E-commerce Data Analytics at Australia Post tells Brittany Coles about her online shopping market insights and how the enterprise uses the power of data and analytics to strengthen the national supply chain.
Geek+ and Körber have announced the beginning of a global strategic partnership to provide businesses worldwide with smart AMR solutions to combat supply chain complexities.
At a time when retailers’ e-commerce operations are under more pressure than ever before in Australia, research has uncovered a disconnect between the online shopping delivery options retailers think are most popular, compared with actual consumer preferences.
This year marks the highest rate of women in top corporate supply chain positions, with retail and consumer goods businesses showing the strongest leadership growth. Findings from Gartner’s 2020 Women in Supply Chain Survey are prompting young women to start a career in the Australian logistics industry.
New research has revealed 46 per cent of businesses say it will take 12 months or more before supply chains return to pre-pandemic levels and found that the disruption caused by Covid-19 will lead to permanent changes in global supply chains.
Apple plans to bring its entire carbon footprint to net zero 20 years sooner and be 100 percent carbon neutral for its supply chain and products by 2030.