Logistics & Supply Chain is not just the new name for Supply Chain Standard, it is the new resource for the world’s logistics and supply chain game changers.

Published four times a year in both digital (eMagazine and iPad versions) and print formats and with a history spanning over 20 years, each edition focuses on thought leadership, comment, analysis and research from leading experts on global supply chain issues.

The digital editions’ enhanced functionality gives solutions providers unique opportunities for audience engagement, while the print edition provides a valued and tangible point of contact for advertisers to reach the key decision makers.

Our trusted website includes the latest news, white papers and case studies, and all content from the print and digital editions.

The weekly Executive Briefing email newsletter brings together the highlights of the website by email to over 17,000 active readers.

RUC Magazine launched in 2013 to give decision makers within Road User Charging and Intelligent Transportation Systems a regular digest of the key news stories and the latest developments from across the globe.

Each issue includes news, insight and analysis covering: revenue strategy; collection methods; interoperability; security and fraud; pricing models, e.g. distance- versus time-based; infrastructure; IT systems and data; congestion charging; public attitudes, and more.

Published in digital format, RUC Magazine is a free resource available for all professionals within the industry.

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Logistics Manager is the leading monthly magazine for managers in charge of the supply chain of the UK’s largest industrial, retail and commercial organisations.

Logistics Manager‘s high quality editorial programme concentrates on the core competencies essential to the modern logistics and transport functions. All links in the supply and value chains are covered in every issue with in-depth case studies detailing how organisations are reducing operating costs and boosting the efficiency of their goods-to-market operations.

There is extensive coverage of new distribution and other logistics contracts, industrial property developments, vehicle fleet updates, innovations and information systems technology.