How 3D printing is changing supply

After 30 years in development, practical applications of 3D printing are now becoming commonplace and disrupting traditional businesses. Supply chains across diverse industries such as aerospace, healthcare and electronics are devising solutions to enable them to take advantage of market opportunities.  Doctors can print a model of a person’s heart before tackling invasive surgery and logistics…

Believe the Hype: Hyper-local supply chains

parcel courier employee, delivery 2 cardboard box packages, on a sack trolley, whilst wearing a red cap, and a giant stopwatch sits behind him.

As customers’ lives become increasingly busy, and as technology continues to advance, the power balance between consumer and supplier has shifted; With pressure now on the logistics of supply and demand, The Logistics and Supply Chain Specialists – SCCG, explore what can be done to bridge the gap… The easier it becomes for consumers to…

Food Industry Supply Chain is Hungry for change

The global supply chain is under increasing pressure from new demands, fuelled by technological advances and the decidedly critical consumer; barraging logistics processes to adapt to the effervescent era of pandering to consumer demands, as opposed to procuring profitability margins. One very important sector which is feeling the pinch more so than others is the…