MHD magazine now available online, free

MHD magazine now available online, free

MHD Jul Aug 2014

The Intermedia Group, publisher of the longest serving and most popular supply chain management magazine in Australia, MHD Supply Chain Solutions, is from today making the magazine available online, free for Transport and logistics News subscribers.

For over 40 years, MHD Supply Chain Solutions magazine has been bringing its readers leading-edge supply chain management information from the world’s leading thinkers and practitioners, together with in-depth case studies and the latest innovations in equipment and software. MHD is published bi-monthly, now also online.

We are making your job easier: all the authoritative commentary, expert advice, industry-best warehouse equipment information, supply chain management theory and practice, and of course, the latest in materials handling, is now accessible at your fingertips – anytime, anywhere.

The magazine can be viewed on a variety of equipment, from desktops, laptops, notebooks, iPads, right down to the iPhone and Android smartphones.

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The latest issue includes:

  • Forklifts are not just forklifts: read about the enormous service support they come with these days. Read now.
  • Racking for an earthquake: how to design and install racking that will survive just about anything. Read now.
  • Mobile racking in a cold store: yes, automation does work fine at -28ºC. Read now.
  • A success story a la francaise: how a major French fashion store chain revolutionised its warehousing, picking, packing and distribution system. Read now.

And much, much more.

As a Transport and Logistics News subscriber, you can also subscribe to MHD magazine online at no cost. Be one of the first to read MHD online – subscribe now!

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