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Trust the logistics state of mind

30 May 2023

Disruptive trends are sweeping the UK, and our world of warehousing and logistics is far from immune.

IT IS a good thing the UK supply chain is well used to adapting. Logistics professionals have a ‘logistics state of mind’, always looking to problem-solve, always looking to improve.

Whether you are managing logistics or warehousing operations for smaller companies or larger ones, you will find plenty to pique your interest in this magazine, and at the Tomorrow’s Warehouse Event on June 8 at the Coventry CBS Arena. We will have a wealth of speakers and exhibitors who will share insights and solutions to help you cope with what can sometimes seem to be an almost overwhelming barrage of challenges and change.

You’re not alone. There are many just like you. Come and meet them at our show - network and learn - as well as gaining the benefit of our expert speakers and innovative exhibitors.

We want the Tomorrow’s Warehouse Event to be as easy as possible to attend. Coventry is centrally located, and event attendees have free entrance, free food and free parking, on top of excellent opportunities for leaning and networking.

Follow this link to register for the event on June 8 - https://bit.ly/3SFDlsC


In the latest issue of Logistics Matters magazine, we cover supply chain disruption, with some amazing insights from the Supply Chain Resilience conference organised by Logistics UK, featuring some eye-opening commentary on the big picture of global supply chain from Professor Alan McKinnon, and much else (from Page 60).

The recent picture of disruption comes on top of a tech boom, which has been hitting our sector like a slow-moving tsunami over the last ten years. we take a look at a number of these solutions, with a focus on picking, packing and sortation systems (from Page 32), as well stealing a peak at how AI tools are impacting logistics and warehouse operations right now (from Page 43).

The retail industry has long been at the cutting-edge of change in logistics and it is having a tough year, making decisions around the use of tech and warehousing equipment all the more important to help retailers squeeze value where and when they can (from Page 38).

Material handling equipment is changing super-fast, and we have a wealth of high quality new products fresh off the production line from VNA warehousing (from Page 12) to counterbalance trucks (from Page 16), to multidirectional trucks that are as comfortable outdoors as in (from Page 26).

See the latest issue here - https://www.flipsnack.com/E59F88BBDC9/logistics-matters-may-june-2023/full-view.html