The April issue of Supply Chain Digital is live!

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The April edition of Supply Chain Digital is now live! We have another packed edition for you this month, with our cover feature focusing on a very spe...

The April edition of Supply Chain Digital is now live!

We have another packed edition for you this month, with our cover feature focusing on a very special procurement story at Brightstar. A blueprint for using procurement to add value to a business, the piece starts on page 70.

There is also a fantastic case study looking at how Qatar Airways is pushing aviation procurement standards in the face of blockades in the GCC.

It is a truly eye-opening example of how a business can continue to thrive in the face of hugely testing business and political challenges.

Amongst our other company reports this month are the likes of Flybe, Tambour and CBRE – we hope you find them as informative as we do.

Elsewhere, we sit down with Ed Clarke, Managing Director of Hub Operations for Fedex Express, who explains how the delivery giant is leveraging technology and innovation to embrace the future of export in a digitised era. 

Continuing the theme of interviews with industry heavyweights, we speak with Charles Brewer, CEO of DHL eCommerce about the important of ensuring fulfilment in the ecommerce market. 

And in this month’s Top 10, we run down a recent report by Accenture to look at the top tips to become a procurement master!

As always, if you have any feedback please do join the conversation on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook and become part of the world’s fastest growing supply chain community.

You can read the new issue of Supply Chain Digital now. 

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