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Supply Chain

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  • Drapers International Report roundtable

    Selling in China roundtableSubscription

    Drapers brought together a selection of brands and retailers who all had one thing in common: the desire to succeed in the complex yet highly profitable Chinese market.

  • Quantum Retail SolutionsSubscription

    Quantum Retail’ s advanced Forecasting, Order Planning, Allocation and Replenishment solutions offer an innovative approach to help top tier retailers transform their retail data into actions and insights that both optimize their business results and maximize their inventory investments.

  • Logistics

    Uncharted territory: Getting international delivery rightSubscription

    Want to cash in on demand for British products from overseas? Make sure you can deliver on your promises.

  • Roundtable one stock shop

    Supply Chain: One stock shopSubscription

    A single view of stock is needed to streamline the supply chain and future-proof businesses, but our latest roundtable found that achieving this may be more difficult than it appears.

  • Warehousing

    Best practice: WarehousingSubscription

    No longer simply a necessary evil, warehouse operations are an essential way of adding value to a multichannel business.

  • Ready to go: click-and-collect desks are now a common sight at retailers across the country

    Customer deliveries: A retail pick-me-upSubscription

    The growing popularity of click-and-collect presents an opportunity for retailers.

  • Adam Adamski Kurt Salmon

    Weighing up the cost to serveSubscription

    How much does it cost to sell a product in store, deliver it to the customer’s home, or via click-and-collect?

  • Backing Britain: conference speakers (back row from left) Alek Adamski, Kurt Salmon; Chris Taylor, Basic Thinking; Julie King, De Montfort University; Kate Hills, Make it British (front row) Tony O’Connor, M&S; David Goodwin, Matalan; Christopher Nieper,

    ASBCI conference: Supply and demandSubscription

    Retailers and suppliers at last month’s ASBCI conference in Hinckley were hopeful of a revival in UK manufacturing.

  • Supply Chain

    Supply Chain: SourcingSubscription

    Shoppers increasingly want their purchases delivered at speed to different places, meaning retailers need greater control over sourcing. How are they achieving this?

  • Clipper, Ollerton

    Supply chain - Starting over againSubscription

    Dealing with a high volume of clothing returns is an expensive business for multichannel retailers.