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WoodenStreet to spend $5 mn for expanding its warehouse capacity by...

Leading furniture e-commerce WoodenStreet is planning to expand its current warehouse capacity by fivefold to a total of 50 Lakh...

Five key trends that are reshaping apparel sourcing in 2021

The clothing industry and its supply chains were riddled with problems long before COVID-19 – but it took a global...

India to benefit from shifting of global supply chains from China:...

India could benefit from the likely shift in global supply chains from China to other economies in the aftermath of the COVID-19...

4 ways retailers can strengthen supply chain infrastructure for the festive...

This has been a tough year for retail business of all kinds. While the e-commerce giants did continue with...

HomeTown leverages FarEye to deliver 50% faster & drive rapid innovations

HomeTown, one of the leading furniture and lifestyle retailers, part of the Future Group partnered with FarEye to orchestrate last-mile deliveries,...

Delhivery eyes IPO in one year; gets $25 mn investment from...

Supply chain company Delhivery has said it will head towards the public markets in the next 12-15 months. It also said Steadview...
COVID boosts blockchain-based projects in supply chain: Report

COVID boosts blockchain-based projects in supply chain: Report

While there have been many cancellations and postponements in blockchain-based projects in COVID-19 times, those related to supply chain...
Enabling the next wave of e-commerce through supply chain innovation

Enabling the next wave of e-commerce through supply chain innovation

Leading global professional services firm, Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) India and CII Institute of Logistics, released a white paper...
New normal giving rise to new supply chain solutions

New normal giving rise to new supply chain solutions

The pandemic started taking shape in December 2019 and by March 2020 we were still clueless of what has...
Slow easing of lockdowns better for global supply chains: Study

Slow easing of lockdowns better for global supply chains: Study

A cautious approach to easing lockdown restrictions that reduces the risk of later lockdowns may be better for the...