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Waitrose invests over $100m in supply chain in 2010
By RBR Staff Writer
Waitrose, the British retailer that is part of the privately-held John Lewis Partnership, invested over $100m in improving its supply chain in 2010.
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Cargo volumes at retail container ports in US to rise 11% in March
By RBR Staff Writer
The National Retail Federation (NRF), a US-based retail trade body representing retailers of all sizes, formats, and channels, expects cargo volume at the major retail container ports in the US to rise 11% to 1.2m Twenty-foot Equivalent Units in March, according to a report by NRF and Hackett Associates.
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Woolworths investigates palm oil supply chain in Australia
By RBR Staff Writer
Woolworths, an Australian retailer, has put up a request for information (RFI) to all suppliers and importers of palm oil in Australia to provide an insight into the current availability of sustainable palm oil certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), media reports said.
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DHL Express to set up 600 retail stores across India in five years
By RBR Staff Writer
DHL Express, the Germany-based express mail service, will set up 600 independent retail stores in the next five years across major Indian towns to strengthen its operations in the country, the Financial Chronicle reported.
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Tesco, PE to reduce carbon footprint in retailer’s supply chain
Tesco, the UK-based retailer, started a major project with PE International to reduce the carbon emissions in its supply chain.The company plans to reduce its supply chain's carbon footprint by 30% by 2020.
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NFU urges supply chain to support British beef and dairy farmers
The National Farmers Union, an industry association for farmers in England and Wales, has urged the supply chain to come to the rescue of UK livestock farmers as there was a mismatch between retail prices of beef and milk and the production costs.
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Metcash wins supply deal from Mobil Quix stores
Campbells, a unit of Metcash, an Australian grocery and liquor wholesale distributor, added 230 Mobil Quix and other convenience-petrol outlets to its client base.
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ecVision introduces B2B collaborative practices across supply chain
ecVision, a provider of supply chain collaboration solutions for private label brands and retailers, has introduced B2B collaborative practices throughout the entire supply chain with its enhanced technology platform.
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SPS Commerce launches latest version of SPS Adapter
SPS Commerce, US based provider of supply chain management solutions, has introduced the latest version of its SPS Adapter for use with Sage Peachtree Accounting Software.
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Walmart to drive sourcing and supply-chain operations initiatives
Walmart plans to upgrade its sourcing and supply-chain operations as part of its programme of efficiency measures.
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Sheetz selects HighJump Software to streamline supply chain operations
Sheetz, a US based 24-hour convenience store chain, has selected HighJump Software’s warehouse management system (WMS) to streamline the supply chain operations at its retail outlets.
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Samsung installs Manhattan Associates’ Warehouse Management System at Russian national distribution centre
Samsung Electronics, the global consumer electronics giant, has completed the installation of Manhattan Associates’ Warehouse Management System at its new national distribution centre in Vorsino industrial park in Kaluga, Russia.
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Morrisons renews supply chain management contract with CHEP
UK based supermarket chain Morrisons has renewed its existing contract with CHEP UK & Ireland to issue Reusable Plastic Containers (RPCs) into its food supply chain for the next five years.
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Pocket Nurse selects HighJump Software for its warehouses
US based HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, stated that Pocket Nurse has selected its warehouse management system (WMS) to manage its growing distribution operations.
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Brightpoint adds three new Centers of Excellence in US
Indianapolis-based Brightpoint Incorporated, a provider of supply chain solutions to the wireless industry, has added three new Centers of Excellence in the US.
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