Media Partners

Our aim is to deliver the latest industry news to our attendees. If you develop cutting edge supply chain and logistics management news, or are an industry association, please contact us today:

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2013 Media and Supporting Organisations Include:

SCM logo-small Supply Chain Movement Quarterly is the leading publication targeted at the global supply chain community. We aim to inform you about the latest market updates, company developments, industry events, blogs and trends on supply chain worldwide. The website provides a platform where experts from around the world are able to blog and share their views on current and future issues. With more than 19.254 members, Supply Chain Movement has one of the most active supply chain groups on LinkedIn.Frequency: Four times per year: March, June, September and DecemberClick here to download via the iTunes Store
ELUPEG (European Logistics Users Providers and Enablers Group) is a not-for-profit European cross industry organisation created in 2003 to tackle issues on a collaborative basis. We seek to promote, facilitate and engender horizontal collaboration. Our mission is to provide the forum where senior people interested in collaboration can meet in a ‘trusted’ and neutral environment to instigate and develop mutually beneficial sustainable supply chain projects.  We aim for all supply chain stakeholders to generate greater collective, commercial, economic and social benefit than ever previously imagined, by identifying and acting upon opportunities to work together more easily and more effectively.There are three large group meetings per year located in different parts of Europe, with smaller more specific meetings in between. Previous hosts include General Mills, LKW Walter, Kimberly Clark, Ford and many others. Part of the meeting involves discussion in the Collaborative Working Groups.We have around 600 members including Ambassador Members of Kimberly Clark and LKW WALTER and DHL Supply Chain has just become a Corporate Member.   For more information on ELUPEG please contact Professor Alan Waller, Chairman, on or Caren Tomkins, ELUPEG Support on or look at our website
LiSC UK is an independent, invitation only network of leading practitioners helping to shape the future of the supply chain profession.The group meets four times per year to debate current issues, with themes and topics suggested by members. To maximise effectiveness there is a careful balance between retailers, manufacturers, academics, consultants, IT providers, third party logistics providers and government; to ensure this balance, the numbers in each category are strictly controlled and managed. The overall membership is limited and restricted to those professional logisticians holding a director-level appointment or who are very senior logisticians in a large organisation and are passionate about the supply chain and its role in business and sustainable economic development. To maintain the quality of the Membership invitations are approved by the LiSC UK Executive Committee.
Supply Chain Europe Supply Chain Europe explores management and technology based solutions that help European businesses to improve the way they source, make, store, ship, deliver and ultimately recycle their products. We cover, therefore, not only the physical supply chain but also the critical information and finance chains, without neglecting the human resources aspects. The emphasis is on real-life, transferable practice and bottom-line improvement. Although we do not claim to provide all the answers, the goal is, at least, to enable supply chain managers to ask the right questions. SCE has controlled circulation 15,000 regular readers and digital readership of 50,000.Please visit for more details.
IDA Production & Logistics is a professional network in The Danish Society of Engineers, IDA, in Denmark.The purpose of the network is to create job growth to the benefit of Danish Engineers working with production and logistics. The network wishes to promote the international recognition of the high academic level and professionalism of Danish engineers – now and in the future – so that they can stay globally competitive.The Network offers approximately 15 events a year including The Danish Logistics Conference with award of The Logistics Award. For further information, visit
Logística Moderna, a monthly trade magazine, is the leading logistics magazine in Portugal.With a circulation of 4000 copies, Logística Moderna is read by decision makers, not only in 3PL’s and 4PL’s, but also by logistics managers in companies various economic sectors (freight forwarders, industry, retailing, service providers, equipment vendors, public sector, etc.) of activity.,Its accepted has the major source of information, enabling logistics managers to stay updated.Subscription to the magazine or weekly e-newsletter can be made on-line:
Supply Chain Brain SupplyChainBrain is the world’s most comprehensive information resource for supply chain news, intelligence, strategy and innovation. In addition to addressing the fundamental principles of supply-chain management, SupplyChainBrain identifies emerging trends, technologies and best practices, forward thinking ideas and cutting-edge solutions-and continues to write and report about these as they evolve and mature.SupplyChainBrain targets the high-level executive, who is concerned with such strategic issues as managing risk, aligning the supply chain with corporate planning, achieving competitive advantage, balancing customer demands with the need to control cost, and improving the bottom line. Collectively, the highly experienced SupplyChainBrain editorial staff has spent more than a century researching, analyzing, writing and reporting about issues and applications related to logistics and the supply chain.It is this level of expertise combined with that of our many respected content partners that drives the information we present through our web site, blogs, newsletters, video casts, webinars, business networks and magazine –
EUROLOGISTICS Magazine is a leading publication in Poland for managers and other professionals in the field of logistics and supply chain management. Editorial coverage includes comprehensive information about the role of logistics in today’s business practices covering all models of transportation services and the ever-growing impact of new technologies through the supply chain.The magazine provides results of unique researchers of logistic market and publications based on practical experiences of logistics managers. With EUROLOGISTICS magazine you are always Just-In-Time.
International Journal of Integrated Supply ManagementFirms must work to effectively manage the domestic and international supply of products and services into, through, and out of their firms to customers. IJISM attracts empirical and theoretical papers from all disciplines regarding supply integration issues throughout the firm and its domestic and international supply chain partners.
  International Journal of Value Chain Management
Managing value chains in such today’s highly dynamic economic environment has become critical for survival and growth of organisations. To combat the risks and challenges, organisations are reorganising and streamlining their value chains, and redefining the rules of economic and trading relationships across the value chain. IJVCM explores these issues.
International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics (IJSTL)
The IJSTL addresses all methodological aspects in the field of shipping and transport logistics, particularly those that require empirical or mathematical analysis with managerial implications. IJSTL is dedicated to publishing original, high-quality and methodologically rigorous research papers that address significant management issues pertinent to shipping/transport logistics.
International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management (IJLSM)
The IJLSM proposes and fosters discussion on the development of logistics resources, with emphasis on the implications that logistics strategies and systems have on organisational productivity and competitiveness in the global and electronic markets.
International Journal of Logistics Economics and Globalisation
With increased complexity and competition in today’s and tomorrow’s supply chain and extended enterprise, logistical systems and technologies play a critical role in ensuring the flow of tangible and intangible goods and information in a production network. IJLEG discusses development and application of logistics in the world economy and globalised arena.
International Journal of Enterprise Network Management
New and adapted theories, configurable models and frameworks are necessary for enterprises to compete and perform in today’s dynamic, complex and evolving supply chain. IJENM proposes and fosters discussion on the interaction, collaboration, partnership and cooperation between SMEs and larger enterprises in a supply chain.
International Journal of Business Performance and Supply Chain Modelling
The impact of an organisation’s plan on the whole supply chain is unpredictable before its execution. Simulation permits evaluation of operating performance prior to execution of a plan. IJBPSCM covers all aspects of supply chain modelling, aiming at bridging the gap between theory and practice with applications analysing the real situation to improve business performance.