Let’s talk about logistics. Let’s talk about the death of the high street, Brexodus, Black Friday, healthcare-on-demand… The Logistics Podcast, brought to you by SHD Logistics magazine and presented by editor Kirsty Adams, discusses key challenges and opportunities faced by warehouse managers, heads of operations and logistics directors in sectors including manufacturing, retail, FMCG and 3rd Party Logistics (3PL).
Latest episode: Episode 1
You can’t run. You can’t hide. Black Friday is back. It returns on 30 November 2018 and planning should have already started. This episode we speak to experts/survivors of Black Friday including:
John Munnelly, Head of Operations – Magna Park, John Lewis: “We’re very much at the beck and call of how the other retailers actually trade.”
Duncan Licence VP, Global Solutions and New Products at Metapack Group: “Black Friday has changed not just Christmas but the whole of the peak trading period.”
Lynne Parnell, Logistics Partners: “Automation can help because you can increase your productivity through peak,”
Peter Ward, CEO, UKWA: “The big challenge is labour and skills to handle that.”
We’ll also be talking to Kevin Mofid from Savills about the 2.1 million sq feet of underground warehouse space at Heathrow.
The Logistics Podcast is published on the first Wednesday of the month and coincides with monthly title SHD Logistics magazine. It includes interviews with experts from leading retailers, pioneering 3PLs, the associations that represent them and supply chain academics. Together, we tell a story each episode of a profession which is becoming more visible and more critical every day. It’s a riveting tale.
SHD Logistics magazine is the authoritative source for decision makers in the logistics market, keeping readers up-to-date on key developments in the profession. Published alongside the Logistics Podcast and events including The Logistics Conference and the UK’s largest intralogistics event IMHX, our magazine is at the heart of the conversation – of our logistics community – and has been for 60 years.