Advito estimates long haul economy class air fares in Europe will drop 1 per cent in 2015, but short haul and business class fares will rise.
The rush to Asia for low cost country sourcing has come to an end research by the Global Supply Chain Institute at the University of Tennessee has claimed.
The company, which was a major supplier to coalition troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, has agreed a major settlement following a court ruling in the US over allegations it inflated the price of food, water and fuel.
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Male and female procurement managers must create “an enabling environment for women to thrive” in procurement careers “and provide family and work-life balance”, an event at the CIPS Abu Dhabi branch heard.
The winners of the CIPS Pan African Procurement Awards 2014 were announced at a ceremony in Johannesburg, South Africa.
NATS demonstrated one of the “best supply chain management functions I have ever seen”, said Ian Schollar, CIPS head of corporate delivery, awarding the air navigation service its prestigious Corporate Certification Advanced Standard – platinum.
CIPS launched its market activities in Poland with a conference together with local partner PROFITIA, attended by more than 80 procurement professionals.
Babcock International Group is investing in its talent pipeline with 12 graduates going through its corporate award programmes.