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While the internet has opened up access to new international customers for many e-commece businesses, getting products shipped around the world can be an expensive challenge. Joe Fogg, Business Development Director, Supply Chain Management at arvato UK has shared his thoughts with popular business blog Fresh Business Thinking on how outsourcing is helping to solve the problem.



Our team of 11 arvato employees were amongst 3,500 cyclists who pedalled a tough but stunningly picturesque 45 miles from The Mall outside Buckingham Palace, across Royal parks and along the Thames, finishing at Royal Windsor Racecourse within view of Windsor Castle, on Sunday 5th October.   


Over the last couple of weeks, arvato team members in Swansea have been doing their bit to support Macmillan Cancer and Genetic Disorders UK.


With the third issue of arvato’s award-winning report series, Open Outsourcing, set to launch next week, UK MD Debra Maxwell gives an exclusive preview in a blog for


In a blog for Supply Management, the official publication of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS), arvato UK MD Debra Maxwell has shared her views on what is behind the large rise in back office outsourcing in the manufacturing sector.


Mark Barry, Head of Revenues at our partnership with Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council, has just completed the Lakes 5 Peaks Challenge in the Lake District in preparations for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in a month’s time.


Information Age – the magazine for IT professionals – turns the spotlight on outsourcing this month in an effort to understand the sector’s current health, having had its best start to the year in the EMEA region since 2010.

arvato UK’s MD, Debra Maxwell, is one of the experts offering an opinion on market trends and how perceptions of outsourcing are shifting.


The arvato team from Congleton took part in Manchester's 5km Colour Run to raise money to support young people.


Ongoing cost pressures means NHS organisations are having to fundamentally rethink how they provide services. In a blog for healthcare title, National Health Executive, Sally Campbell, arvato UK’s Director of Public Health discusses how NHS trusts are starting to turn to shared services to create efficiencies in the back office without sacrificing quality.


The inaugural one-day summit at London’s QEII conference centre on 8th July is set to bring together leaders in digital transformation across the public sector.   

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