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RHENUS GROUP INVESTS IN TURKISH ROUTE

    RHENUS GROUP INVESTS IN TURKISH ROUTE

Leading international freight forwarder, Rhenus, has created a direct UK-Turkey transportation route, that ensures goods remain in one network door to door. The route, which bypasses the existing stopover in

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Countering The Unknown – Supply chain resilience demands flexible space strategies

    Countering The Unknown – Supply chain resilience demands flexible space strategies

In normal times, manufacturers and retailers would now be setting up the supply, warehousing and transport contracts to ensure the resilience of their supply and distribution chains against a series

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Gary O’Connor appointed managing director of Ireland for Geodis

    Gary O’Connor appointed managing director of Ireland for Geodis

Geodis has appointed Gary O’Connor as its new managing director of Ireland. His brief is to focus “on developing business in the healthcare sector while growing the company’s influence over

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Medtech: Supply chains and manufacturing after COVID-19

    Medtech: Supply chains and manufacturing after COVID-19

They are the questions that are being asked everywhere, and life sciences is no exception. What will the world look like post-Coronavirus? Here we consider a couple of factors relating

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COVID-19 ACCELERATING THE ADOPTION OF ROBOTICS IN SUPPLY CHAINS

    COVID-19 ACCELERATING THE ADOPTION OF ROBOTICS IN SUPPLY CHAINS

Most of the manufacturers said COVID-19 will affect their operations, as per an ongoing study by PwC. Over 40% were worried about the consequences for their workforce and a reduction

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Ireland: hand soap sales up 300% in March

    Ireland: hand soap sales up 300% in March

March was the busiest month for grocery sales ever recorded. According to Kantar, over the 12 weeks to March 22nd, sales in the State’s grocery retailers rose by 10.1 per

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Which countries are hit most by the COVID-19 value chain shock?

    Which countries are hit most by the COVID-19 value chain shock?

In a study published by ING, reveals that in the context of COVID-19, Ireland now looks to be one of the most vulnerable economies. The economic damage that Covid-19 inflicts

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Late Payment Threatens Survival of Small Business – Minister Breen

    Late Payment Threatens Survival of Small Business – Minister Breen

Minister of State for Employment and Small Business Pat Breen met with the Prompt Payment Code Stakeholders to discuss the importance of paying on time and launched a public campaign

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National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition 2016 is Bigger and Better

Reflecting its continued expansion and development into an All-Ireland ‘must-attend’ annual event, the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition has switched to a larger and more conveniently placed

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