The project's core aim is to provide citizens of socio-culturally diverse disadvantaged communities with choice over the food they consume, by co-developing new products, new supply chains and new policy frameworks that will deliver an affordable, attractive, healthy and sustainable diet.
The project will provide clear strategies to enable effective supply chain of servitised products by developing the reverse logistics process based on the circular economy principles.
In this research, we explore the influence of an emerging trend towards 'circular economy' on your customer value proposition design and how the principles of a circular economy influence both your business development practice as well as the customer value.
The project focuses on developing a set of operational strategies that can contribute to prolong the life of the servitised products in the context of circular economy.
This research project seeks to identify the leadership and behaviours needed to better steer and secure the successful change required in the strategic leverage of supply chain concepts.
We are identifying the major logistics and supply chain management trends which will have an impact on specific sectors in the next five years.
Identifying the effects of GS1 standards on apparel (clothing) supply chains
Co-opetition takes place where rival companies come together.
The project will contribute to our understanding of freight distribution in urban areas.
This project aims to reduce waste in the food supply chain.
The project focuses on inventory optimisation of service parts to increase availability and reliability of the system.
NHS Blood and Transplant has teamed up with Cranfield to improve nation-wide distribution of these very short shelf life products.
DHL Express and Cranfield School of Management release a joint white paper which reveals how e-commerce is transforming the world of B2B.