Eunice Friend - General Manager, Technology

Eunice works in partnership with consumer electronics and technology companies to find robust, secure, and adaptive supply chain solutions that get products on the market as quickly as possible. With over twenty years’ experience in logistics, Eunice has a breadth of expertise ranging from in-house operations management for food and retail to developing traditional and e-fulfilment 3PL services. She now finds bespoke supply chain solutions for the highly competitive electronics industry, delivering market-leading control, flexibility and cost-efficiency with added value and reverse logistics.
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Greater Flex with Valued Added Logistics for Consumer Electronics

Posted by Eunice Friend - General Manager, Technology on 21-Feb-2017 12:00:00
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As the speed and technology of logistics takes great strides forward, consumers now expect to get what they want when they want it. For consumer electronics, this means dealing with shorter lead times and the pressures of product launches to ensure the latest tablet, laptop or mobile phone reaches the shelf faster for maximum profit. To do this, you need a 3PL partner who helps you avoid missed sales and stockpiled inventory by keeping your product moving. They’ll sharpen your competitive edge by supporting manufacturers with valued added logistics solutions that streamline your processes – and please your customer.

 

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Topics: Supply Chain Management, Warehousing and Distribution, Added Value, Kitting and Packaging, Inventory Management, Cost-effective Logistics, Consumer Electronics, Bundling, Labelling, Pre-Installation

Feeling the Pressure? Manage Short Lead Times for Consumer Electronics

Posted by Eunice Friend - General Manager, Technology on 14-Feb-2017 12:00:00
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Consumer tastes can change in the blink of an eye, often leaving the shelf life of your high value consumer electronics shorter than their production cycle. The latest mobile phone, tablet, or laptop is soon superseded by a new model, with value plummeting as consumers’ interest peaks elsewhere. In such a dynamic industry, long lead times for technology products are a particular pain point as your speed to market becomes a priority.

 

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Topics: Control Tower Management, Crossdocking, Transloading, Warehousing and Distribution, Added Value, Inventory Management, Shipment Visibility, Consumer Electronics

Moving Forwards with Reverse Logistics for Consumer Electronics

Posted by Eunice Friend - General Manager, Technology on 03-Feb-2017 12:24:26
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In the Consumer Electronics industry, if you don’t move rapidly to keep up with demand you simply can’t compete. The ‘latest’ smart phone or tablet keeps its title only for a short while before we’re wowed by the next edition. However, there’s not just pressure on consumer electronics companies to get a product out of the door, but also in how its dealt with if it ends up back in the supply chain.

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Topics: Warehousing and Distribution, RFID, Zero-landfill Policy, Reclaiming Recyclable Parts, Cost-effective Logistics, Technology Industry, Consumer Electronics, Reverse Logistics, Repairs and Refurbishment, Recall Management

Planning for Peaks: Black Friday Logistics that Stay Out of the Red

Posted by Eunice Friend - General Manager, Technology on 30-Nov-2016 13:00:00
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Managing peaks with your supply chain is a long-standing challenge for retailers and manufacturers alike - with the biggest test often falling in the days, weeks, and months leading up to Black Friday.

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Topics: Supply Chain Management, Black Friday, Crossdocking, Transloading, Warehousing and Distribution, Added Value, Kitting and Packaging, Cross-training, Buyer Consolidation, Technology Industry, Consumer Electronics

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