Bexter: A self-managing organization part 1

In a number of blogs I will take you on the journey that we have made in our corporate culture. We like to share our experiences with our self-organizing organizational culture and growth as an organization. In this first part a short introduction with a number of important points that we have experienced.

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Let me introduce to you… our new interns

Our team is expanding with a couple of interns! Who are they and what does their internship entail?

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Taking care of Healthcare: integral track & trace

Three days, two cooperating organizations and one location for current information about visible innovation and inspiration in the field of digitally driven care. Where did all this take place? At the Zorg & ICT exhibition, last week (12, 13 & 14 March).

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Data, data and more data

Obtaining usable information from the data haystack. You can’t get around it anymore. Every day an enormous amount of data is generated all over the world and this is still growing exponentially.

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Circular economy is gaining ground in the Netherlands

Have you ever heard of the term circular economy? Yes? Then you belong to 25% of the Dutch people who’ve heard about this. It’s a term that is being used more and more and yet only 9% can tell you exactly what it means. To cut right through the chase; circular economy focuses on the preservation of the value of raw materials, which have been brought into the economic cycle for sustainable use or reuse.

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4 reasons why reusable packaging must be efficiently managed

These days we use more reusable packaging in logistics. Reusable packaging ensures that costs are saved. The use of, for example, reusable plastic pallets creates a return flow, where we no longer need to see packaging as a 'one-time use item'. Such a system involves cost and environmental benefits. To make the most of the benefits, it’s essential that the reusable packaging is properly managed.

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Keep an eye on your returnable packaging

One of the most interesting trends in logistics packaging is the use of reusable packaging. In the course of time, returnable packaging can cost considerably less than, for example, cardboard boxes, saving both purchase and disposal costs. On the other hand, the use of reusable packaging can significantly increase logistics costs due to the need to control the return cycle.

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Start cost reduction: manage returnable transport items

Returnable Transport Items (RTI) or load carriers, such as crates, carts, trolleys, etc. are widely used in the logistics sector. Companies in the logistics sector can significantly reduce costs if they structurally pay attention to their RTIs instead of ad-hoc.

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Track and trace your load carriers

In the world of logistics and supply chains, almost all products are transported using various types of load carriers such as crates, pallets, carts or containers. They are reusable means of transport, also known as returnables.

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