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Space Allocation Request enables rapid response to time-sensitive logistics needs

Lufthansa Technik Deploys E2open for Extended Logistics VisibE2open, provider of cloud-based solutions for collaborative planning and execution across global trading networks, today announced that Lufthansa Technik is leveraging the E2open Business Network. The cloud-based platform gives Lufthansa Technik the distinct competitive advantage of better ensuring continuity of supply and reducing …

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Research study from AEB and DHBW

What are the business benefits of preferential agreements and the transatlantic trade partnership TTIP? Online survey now live: Looking for foreign trade and logistics experts Leamington Spa, 19th August 2014 – The European Union has trade agreements with many countries. But what is the relevance of such agreements in every …

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CBI appoints new Director of Economics

The CBI has announced the appointment of Rain Newton-Smith as Director of Economics. Rain was most recently Head of Emerging Markets at Oxford Economics where she managed a large team of economists and was the lead expert on China. She provided macroeconomic forecasts and analysis on China’s role in the …

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B&B’s Attachment flexibility helps Shepley Spring improve productivity

Established in 1996, Shepley Spring has grown rapidly to become the UK’s only fully-integrated independent own label and contract water bottler. Its centrally-located site in Huddersfield allows for maximum logistical efficiency throughout the UK and Europe. Now, through the supply of Kaup Double Pallet Handler units, onsite productivity has also …

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LabelLock achieves ISO 17712 certification

LabelLock, the world renowned brand of security labels, has achieved the ultimate security certification that is ISO 17712:2013. As a result of recent upgrades to in-house security systems, and further investment in chemistry and design, the decision to move towards certification of the new security seals standard was an easy …

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