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Machine learning and the supply chain

Retail success is now directly related to the speed with which businesses innovate. As a result, the ‘typical’ retail employee is changing, with retail technology teams larger – and younger – than ever before. But while dedicated technologists are increasingly expert in the latest innovations, from Artificial Intelligence to Blockchain and machine learning, how can these solutions be successfully deployed to drive business value?

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The war on packaging

The plastic fight back has clearly begun. Consumer awareness is driving companies in all markets to reconsider packaging. But as Alan Gunner, Business Development Director, Adjuno, explains, this is not just a customer facing concern, the issue extends throughout the supply chain

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The Fall of ‘Made in China’

While the Trade Wars between the US and China are ramping up, in truth China’s role within global supply chains is already weakening. As organisations recognise the need to improve supply chain risk management and resilience, Alan Gunner, Business Development Director, Adjuno, discusses the future of Made in China.

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How collaboration can foster innovation

Alan Gunner, Business Development Director, Adjuno, explains the value of retailer collaboration throughout the supply chain to improve sustainability standards globally.

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Supply Chain Software Company To Retailers: Collaboration Essential for Sustainability

Collaboration throughout the supply chain to improve global sustainability standards has enormous value, especially for retailers and producers.

Retailers should collaborate on sustainability and then compete, Alan Gunner, business development director for the global supply chain software solutions company Adjuno, urges in an op-ed for Supply Chain Digital.

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Achieving sustainability – collaborate, then compete

Leading UK frozen food specialist Iceland plans to axe all palm oil from its own-label products by the end of this year, with 130 products to be reformulated. The company says the project is “well underway,” with palm oil already having been removed from 50% of its own-label range.

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Iceland Axes Palm Oil from Products – An Important Move, Says Supply Chain Expert

Leading UK frozen food specialist Iceland plans to axe all palm oil from its own-label products by the end of this year, with 130 products to be reformulated. The company says the project is “well underway,” with palm oil already having been removed from 50% of its own-label range.

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Achieving a sustainability-centric retail model

Sustainability is increasingly becoming a board level issue, with 42% of fashion brands now publishing information on suppliers. But how can a retailer embed sustainability good practice into every aspect of the business? Alan Gunner, Business Development Director, Adjuno, considers the next steps for sustainable retailing.

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How business can help in the fight against plastic waste

Every year, 12.7m tonnes of plastic ends up in our oceans. Supply functions are in a unique position to make a difference and drive changes that will benefit the world for generations to come.

For many it started with Blue Planet II. The BBC series, fronted by natural-history presenter David Attenborough, was watched by 14m viewers

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KFC supply chain crisis could have been avoided

KFC overhauled its British supply chain in November last year, entering a partnership with DHL and Quick Service Logistics, but against the backdrop of GMB Union warning KFC against cutting food distribution specialist Bidvest from its supply chain.

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