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Next-generation anyLogistix 3 – see what’s new
Next-generation anyLogistix 3 – see what’s new

Anastasiya Malinovskaya

To help you gain deep insights into your company’s supply chain operations, we currently offer anyLogistix 2.x. However, we’re also preparing something new – anyLogistix 3. Read more and see it for yourself!

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anyLogistix 2.15.2 released
anyLogistix 2.15.2 released

Stepan Egorov

We have just released anyLogistix 2.15.2, a new version that includes some minor enhancements and many quality improvements and bug fixes.

The release also includes a couple of new example models answering popular questions that users ask our Support team and illustrating some modeling tricks.

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Vaccine cold supply chain: detailed case study
Vaccine cold supply chain: detailed case study

Pietro Negri

The specific requirements of cold chain logistics in pharma became a global concern during the COVID-19 pandemic. Vaccines needed rapid worldwide distribution at an unprecedented scale. Simulation modeling played a key role in successfully meeting the challenge.  

This article shows how the consultancy company Skkip created an appropriate cold chain solution and benefitted from using anyLogistix software in their work.

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What is supply chain analytics: starting with the basics
What is supply chain analytics: starting with the basics

Anastasiya Malinovskaya

This article introduces the broad field of supply chain analytics and its main approaches, gives an example workflow for end-to-end supply chain analysis, and compares supply chain tool anyLogistix with traditional Excel-based analysis methods.

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anyLogistix 2.15 – database import/export and more
anyLogistix 2.15 – database import/export and more

Stepan Egorov

Meet anyLogistix 2.15! The new version offers a range of improvements, including scenario import and export with external databases.

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Supply chain optimization explained – with example
Supply chain optimization explained – with example

Anastasiya Malinovskaya

Creating and maintaining a result-oriented, efficient supply chain can be tricky since it brings together procurement, production, transportation, sales, and financial sides of your business. This is where optimization can help.

In this article, we explore what ‘supply chain optimization‘ means, look at the typical supply chain management and optimization problems, and go through a practical example to learn how to solve those problems.

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Supply Chain Sustainability: a dairy industry case study
Supply Chain Sustainability: a dairy industry case study

Pietro Negri

Sustainability has become an increasingly pressing issue in supply chain over the last few years. Rethinking and re-planning the activities of companies from a sustainable perspective is no longer a voluntary choice – they have become a duty – and companies are now called upon to question their environmental impact.

This supply chain sustainability case study, based on the dairy sector of the Italian food industry, presents several scenarios for increasing supply chain sustainability that can be mapped to suit different industries.

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How to manage supply chain disruption
How to manage supply chain disruption

Gavin Wilkinson

Supply chain disruption comes in many forms: from local issues such as a staff shortage or a warehouse fire, to global problems like the COVID-19 pandemic, or even events like the 2021 Suez Canal obstruction.

In this article, we will answer those questions. We will look at how forecasting, planning, and the creation of mitigation strategies can all help increase supply chain robustness and develop organizational agility for when change is necessary.

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Coca-Cola case study: Optimal drinks deliveries in a complex market
Coca-Cola case study: Optimal drinks deliveries in a complex market

Gavin Wilkinson

Coca-Cola HBC worked with NFP Consulting to optimize its extensive delivery network in the CIS region. Using anyLogistix supply chain software, they tackled five key business challenges in logistics and created a solution that accommodates over 200,000 clients.

The manufacturer’s supply chain is complex, with factors including variable transportation and storage costs, and seasonal demand variations. This complexity was preventing effective analysis and the holding back the possibility of cost cutting.

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anyLogistix 2.14 released
anyLogistix 2.14 released

Stepan Egorov

The new anyLogistix 2.14 includes a host of improvements related to different areas and functions of the tool. Let’s see what this new version brings!

As in each of the last few releases, we continue to simplify the import/export process, with the goal of making ELT and data processing for ALX a smoother experience. In ALX 2.14, the enhancements are...

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