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Collabor8

Introducing Collabor8 Ulule

I recently posted a request for people to help contribute, even in a small way to the development of the Collabor8 platform that will...
sexy supply chain

Do you have a Sexy Supply Chain?

Yes, I know what you are thinking, but no, you can get rid of any unusual thoughts, this article is about The Supply Economics...
CILT

Introducing CILT Philippines

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) supports the professionals who plan the roads, drive the trucks, bring in the raw...
colabor8

Collabor8

Imagine a platform that allows every financially challenged, or economically restricted individual to join up for free with an idea. Just like an incubator,...
Ian Kano

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Introducing Zambia Country Leader Samuel Mwandila

Samuel Mwandila Samuel is a procurement, logistics, transport and supply chain specialist. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Zambia, as well as completing an international advanced diploma in logistics and transport from C.I.L.T (UK). Samuel has a master's degree in procurement, logistics and supply chain management from the University of Lusaka.
Abbott and Costello

Ode to the Warehouse Automater

In reminiscence of the great comedy duo Abbott and Costello, I decide to help some youngsters understand the concepts of supply chain by adapting...

The Simple Supply Chain World: Part I – Logistics

Introduction I was recently asked about my experience in supply chain, and what tools I would use to be a good supply chain manager.  I...
MARS

How to reduce hospital material/resource spending by 25% in 1 year

This article presents the case of the worlds only patient related MRP system that reduces cost by 25 within 1 year.

What Makes a Real Hero?

True heroism is not about fighting with a sword, it is about fighting with love, it is about not fighting with your body, but with your mind. The ability to give without reciprocity, the ability to provide without reward, the ability to be anonymous and not popular or famous.
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