The July issue of Supply Chain Digital is live!

By Sophie Chapman
The July issue of Supply Chain Digital is live! We have another bumper issue for you this month, packed with must-read interviews, insights and reports...

The July issue of Supply Chain Digital is live!

We have another bumper issue for you this month, packed with must-read interviews, insights and reports from companies setting the agenda in the supply chain world.

Our cover interview this month comes from Australia, where we take a close look at Delaware North, Australia and New Zealand – a big name in sports hospitality.

Supply Chain Digital spoke exclusively with Adraian Lorenzin, Director of Procurement for the company’s Australian and New Zealand operations to find out how an emphasis on partnerships is super-charging the company’s supply chain transformation. It’s a piece not to be missed.

Elsewhere, we check in with The College Board to speak with Steve Hughes, Chief Procurement Officer, who explains the important role of procurement in a not-for-profit organisation.

And continuing the theme of unmissable interviews, SAP Ariba President, Barry Padgett, discusses the increasing demand for transparency, efficiency and innovation as well as the decision to open up insights on SAP’s supplier risk solution.

Our regular top 10 feature this month covers the world’s leading supply chain universities.

As usual, we welcome feedback across all the usual channels – get involved on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Enjoy the issue, and see you next month.

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Featured Articles

St Guys NHS Trust procurement head on health supply chains

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: The Risk & Resilience Conference welcomed Guy's & St Thomas NHS Trust Procurement Director David Lawson as a speaker

Global logistics round-up: air, sea, road and rail news

DHL Supply Chain acquires Australian freight giant; Labour strikes hit German ports & UK rail networks; US East Coast eases West Coast container congestion

Asia holds key to future success, McKinsey tells CEOs

McKinsey urges CEOs to make Asia central to their business strategy, with geopolitical uncertainty, inflation, and supply chain disruption the new normal

Dynamic data key to unlocking supplier value - TealBook CEO

Procurement

China manufacturing imports down 30% - US logistics firms

Logistics

Third-party supply risk 'key to survival' - Refinitiv report

Supply Chain Risk Management