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Global Trends for Online Retail and the Increase in Supply Chain Automation

  We are delighted to have Apex Supply Chain Technologies come on board as Platinum Sponsor for our Online Retail Logistics Conference taking place at the Grace Hotel Sydney on the 28th and 29th of this month. We had the opportunity to discuss online retail, supply chain automation and Apex as a company with David…

1 Apr 2016, by Informa Australia

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An insight into Online Retail Logistics with Kim Winter

Online retail continues to boom in Australia with an estimated worth of $22.1 billion last year, an increase of 7% on the year before. Australians spent over $2.3 billion in purchases on the 2015 Boxing Day Sale – up 4% on last year’s figures*. With this growth also comes constant change. Suppliers are racing to keep…

8 Mar 2016, by Informa Australia

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Changing the ‘channel mentality’ in online retail

The Online Retail Logistics Conference  is less than two weeks away! Taking place from 18-19 November, this important event for the online retail sector will explore the challenges that retailers face in taking a sale from click to delivery -working with their supply chains and managing logistics. Key industry figures will share their knowledge and expertise…

7 Nov 2014, by Informa Australia

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Question time with Gareth Jude, Retail Industry Executive, Telstra

In the lead up to the Online Retail Logistics Conference (November 18 & 19 in Sydney), we sat down with one of the presenters: Gareth Jude, Retail Industry Executive at Telstra. Gareth has been conducting research on “the personal supply chain” with the aim of putting a white paper together. The emergence of the Omnichannel shopper means…

16 Oct 2014, by Informa Australia

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What are the key challenges of online retail?

Michael Vaughan, National Transport Manager at the Super Retail Group recently expressed that:"The key challenge for online companies over the next few years is ensuring that there is sufficient infrastructure to support customers’ growing requirements."Michael manages all freight from six distribution centres for all brands within the Super Retail Group.At the Online Retail Logistics Conference…

29 Aug 2014, by Informa Australia