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Brazil’s largest grocery chain commits to eliminate deforestation and slavery from their supply chain

April 14, 2016 by  
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Brazil’s largest supermarket chain Pão de Açúcar, has made a commitment to stop procuring beef where slave labour is involved or to procure beef from cattle produced on deforested land. Pão de Açúcar operates 832 stores across Brazil. Cattle production is the main driver of the Amazon’s deforestation. The deforestation rate has fallen since 2003, however […]

Iran’s apparel retail and personal luxury goods industry

April 7, 2016 by  
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Iran’s apparel retailing and personal luxury goods are receiving renewed interest with the normalisation of relationships and lifting of sanctions. With a population of more than 80 million, the country is the last big emerging market to open up to the international community. Iran is already the second largest retail market in the Middle East. […]

Indonesia supply chain cost & Ecommerce

March 23, 2016 by  
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With more than 13,000 islands and a 5,000 km span from East to West, Indonesia brings challenges to any supply chain.  With poor infrastructure, Indonesia spends 23% of the gross domestic product on logistics, the highest in the region. This compared to Vietnam (25%), Thailand (20%) and Malaysia (13%). However, even with all the challenges, […]

Ebola vaccine trial in Sierra Leone fights the cold chain and rumour mill

March 14, 2016 by  
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Poor communication, distrust and cold chain challenges provide great obstacles for health workers in Sierra Leone dealing with the Ebola trial vaccine. Guinea has the closest cold chain facility, where vaccines can be stored at minus 80 degrees. Vaccines have to be flown in from Guinea. French speaking heath workers from Guinea dealing with English […]

Turning pharma data into intelligence

March 5, 2016 by  
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As pharmaceutical supply chains evolve, operations are moving from a pull rather than push supply chain model;and away from a one-size-fits-all system. With relevant data available (e.g.RFID,GPS) analytics becomes key. DHL’s Resilience 360 offers a solution. Read Full Article  Via Packaging Digest Share:del.icio.usFacebookTwitterLinkedIn

The Human Rights Outlook 2016 – Labour brokers and supply chain traceability tops the list

February 22, 2016 by  
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Verisk Maplecroft published the Human Rights Outlook 2016. The top 5 are: 1. Labour brokers and ethical recruitment 2. Achieving traceability 3. increasing supply chain responsibility 4. Enhancing supply chain transparency 5: Migration – preventing forced labour in the European supply chains Read Article Share:del.icio.usFacebookTwitterLinkedIn

India’s eCommerce’s small town delivery challenges

February 21, 2016 by  
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With India’s eCommerce business facing slower growth, investors are looking at expanding into upcountry and rural areas. But poor last-mile supply chain and lower volumes make this a difficult prospect. However, companies such as Amazon are developing new strategies such as Amazon’s 4,000 Pickup Points nationwide, to overcome this problem. Some companies such as Craftsvilla is partnering with traditional logistics […]