The February ’24 issue of Logistics Business magazine: 84 pages of exclusive content spanning the international supply chain and warehousing sector. We have exclusive features on fashion industry logistics, returns management, shipment safety, air cargo operations, trailer manufacturing, loading bay equipment and a merger, ecommerce with voice picking, ethical AI and TMS, SaaS, warehouse sensors, inventory, stock data & asset location, recruitment, advanced forklift batteries, AGVs & AMRs, VNA trucks, grocery materials handling automation, warehouse floors, automated storage, roller conveyors, racking optimisation, high-speed cold store doors, safety protection products and packaging automation.
Plus hard-hitting interviews, site visits and case studies with Doddle, FedEx, Red Bull, Koerber, Joloda, Sick, Kardex, Dematic, Inform, Mitsubishi, CMC and Jungheinrich.
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About Logistics Business
Logistics Business magazine is a quarterly print and digital journal, launched in 1997. Published in February, May, September and November, edited by Peter MacLeod, it features exclusive interviews, case studies, site visits and opinions. The digital issue is translatable into any language.
Every Friday we select the top industry stories and comment on the key issues. Sent to all subscribers internationally, it includes our digital issue & advertising banners. Subscribe for free here now.
Logistics Business Conversations is a regular, informal podcast hosted by Peter MacLeod. Talking to industry experts, the podcast is entertaining, yet intimate. Recorded, produced and distributed via Acast it is available on Spotify and every other platform, as well as YouTube, our website and sent to all our subscribers.
Logistics Business organises regular bespoke webinars, moderated by Peter MacLeod. Either live or pre-recorded, on Zoom or your chosen platform, they are made available to all our subscriber audiences, with or without lead-gen registration required. Round table panels with end-user customers and presentational webinars are popular.
Logistics Business’ large, international readership is an excellent pool from which to undertake market research. We conduct exclusive reader surveys, embedded from SurveyMonkey, for customers, asking the questions you need answering. Reports provide data, graphs and write-in responses, with respondent numbers exceeding 150 per survey.
We publish 8-page digital, translatable mini magazines for customers. Featuring cover, interviews, case studies, news, contacts and more we write and design them to your specifications. Published on Flickread and sent to our readership it can be printed and distributed by yourselves too.