News (2012)

Fighting a rising tide – Drapers Magazine

Crimson & Co is pleased to announce principal Jonathan Gibson’s comments on fluctuating freight rates in the December issue of Drapers Magazine. The sea freight industry is as unpredictable as the waters the ships cross. Freight rates can be calm for days on end before hitting an ...

Plan ahead for a smooth Christmas Supply Chain

Aligning promotion and production will be critical to ensure retailers’ festive season planning does not fall victim to the ‘golden quarter’ plights, says Crispin Mair, founding director, Crimson & Co. As the festive season creeps closer, organisations, especially those operating ...

Contingency plans lessen impact of Hurricane Sandy

As Hurricane Sandy causes havoc on the American coast, as well as on a wider scale, businesses are demonstrating that they have learnt from previous natural disasters and have implemented contingency plans. Dave Alberts, Director at Crimson & Co, says that many businesses have ...

Are the risks worth taking? – Supply Chain Standard

Crimson & Co’s Managing Director Richard Powell has commented in an article about risk in the November issue of Supply Chain Standard, within Logistics Manager. Richard uses an FMCG manufacturer as an example of how a small tier two supplier can represent a disproportionately ...

The Euro crisis – are buyers prepared for the worst? – Supply Management

Crimson & Co is pleased to announce Director Tom Woodhams’ latest monthly column in Supply Management online. The column, entitled “The Euro crisis – are buyers prepared for the worst?” asks what well-prepared buyers are doing as the Euro crisis rumbles inexorably on. Supply ...

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