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QUALITY PRODUCT AND SHARED VALUES - RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
As the Dubai-based project director Abdelouahab Sofane explains: "The most important thing for us was quality, and the first country known for quality food products is New Zealand".
Monday 21 March 2016 - 12:21:56
Driverless lorries to be trialled in UK
The Department for Transport said the UK would "lead the way" in testing driverless "HGV platoons".
Tuesday 15 March 2016 - 13:52:58
People - still an important resource
Human resources are still one of the organisation's most flexible resources to cater with the unexpectedin the supply chain.
Tuesday 01 March 2016 - 15:11:48
Stacey Tuxford - "Construction logisticsneeds more exposure"
Stacey Tuxford worked in hospitality for more than 10 years – then one day realised the industry wasn’t for her anymore. This is her story.
Monday 15 February 2016 - 17:17:22
Last Mile -Part 2 Humanitarian Logistics on a shoestring - Vanuatu
In the first article (published in the Aug/Sept edition of FTD),
Friday 01 January 2016 - 14:27:13
Fiona Hyson - "The 'Supply chain' for information is critical"
Fiona Hyson runs a stud farm and breeds ponies while juggling the needs of a growing family - and she holds down a busy job at Marlborough Lines. She achieves all this armed with a qualification in supply chain management. This is her story.
Monday 07 December 2015 - 15:40:11
Debbie Grant - "I've always been interested in train, cranes, trucks and ships"
Ever since her childhood spent growing up with only elder brothers, Debbie Grant has had a special interest in trains, cranes, trucks and ships. And that is where her career has taken her too. This is her story.
Saturday 05 December 2015 - 12:03:15
Leanne Conley - "We are on the brink of huge growth"
Leanne Conley is a working mum who managed to juggle full-time work with oart-time study to advance her career in Logistics. This is her story.
Sunday 01 November 2015 - 17:02:44
Alan Court - "Being on the edge of success or failure can be daunting"
Alan Court's career has taken him from being on the fringe of transport operations to the National Manager for NZ Post Group. One of the inaugural students for the UK Diploma in Logistics programme here in NZ. This is his story.
Tuesday 01 September 2015 - 17:17:17
'Last Mile' Humanitarian Logistics on a Goodwill Shoestring
In the wake of Cyclone Pam 75,000 people of Vanuatu wre left homeless, 95% of crops were destroyed, amd the country was effectively flattened. Worst hit were the remote outer islands that were totally cut of and left without adequate life supoort....
Tuesday 01 September 2015 - 14:29:55
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