Pepsi has been awarded both the 2015 Supply Chain Management Award and the 2015 Storage & Materials Handling Award by the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia in Sydney.
CHEP has reaffirmed its commitment to developing better supply chains to food and logistics industries through an opening of an advanced pallet service in Malaysia
Jeff Kennett has instructed Coles to refund over $12 million to suppliers, in addition to the court-ordered $10 million fine.
A collaboration on the Central Coast, led by the University of Newcastle, will contribute to growing Australia’s food industry.
Former Kellogg chief executive Jean-Yves Heude has warned suppliers not to rely on the grocery industry code of conduct.
Premier Foods has allegedly been demanding “pay and stay” payments from its suppliers, in exchange for continued business.
According to a new report from managed-service company, Forum Group supplier cost fluctuation is affecting two in five SMEs.
GS1 has announced that its GS1 Global Registry has now reached 15 million product items.
A new research centre is being established to focus on maintaining a sustainable food supply to Australia’s domestic and export markets.
Coles has denied claims it’s forced suppliers to pay additional rebates for a new supply chain program.
As an industry, the Australian grocery scene reads like a twisted schoolyard rivalry.
As Australia laments the decline of its manufacturing sector, China is actively taking steps to accelerate its move up the value chain.
GS1 Australia’s Andrew Steele reports on the importance of traceability standards in food manufacturing.
The corporate regulator’s ongoing battle with the major supermarket chains took an interesting twist on Monday when it alleged that Coles had engaged in unconscionable conduct against various small suppliers.
In a move to discourage food wastage, the House of Lords EU committee has said that supermarkets should no longer offer “buy one get one free” campaigns.
GS1 Australia has entered into a multi-year agreement with certified data pool provider, 1WorldSync to provide GS1’s Australian and New Zealand supplier and data recipient user base with a new ‘next generation’ platform for the advanced delivery of the GS1net Australasia data pool.
Coles’ plan to replace traditional, independent merchandising reps with its own panel of approved field agents is also being considered for its convenience and liquor stores.
A representative of Coca-Cola Amatil will attend the upcoming Smart Conference and Expo to shed light on why the Australian-born Share a Coke campaign was such an enormous success for the brand.