Distribution, Inventory Optimisation and Supply Chain Planning & Optimisation are the key areas of interest for the UK’s supply chain professionals.
The findings come from a survey of the senior supply chain, logistics and distribution professionals attending this summer’s Total Supply Chain Summit, which takes place on May 21st & 22nd at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire.
Other key areas of interest include Logistics Management, Total End-To-End Supply Chain Solutions and Procurement.
% of delegates attending the Total Supply Chain Summit sourcing certain products & solutions:
Distribution – 55%
Inventory Optimisation – 53%
Supply Chain Planning & Optimisation Software – 53%
Logistics Management – 47%
Total End-To-End Supply Chain Solutions – 42%
Procurement – 40%
Forecasting – 34%
Operations Management – 32%
Customer Relationship Management – 30%
Outsourcing – 30%
Warehouse Management Software – 30%
The Total Supply Chain Summit is free to attend for supply chain, distribution and logistics professionals. Confirmed delegates include representatives from:
A Steadman & Son AB World Foods Atlas Genetics Aromatherapy Aspinal of London Axol Bioscience Babcock International British Sugar Cadent Gas Casual Dining Group Craster Customade Group Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Fired Earth Furniture Village Gurit Hamelin Brands Harveys Furniture Jigsaw Kiepe Electric KP Snacks Lactalis McLelland Laidlaw Mars Minerva Global Mission Foods Morrisons Owen Mumford Orca Subsea Oxford Products Pladis Global Pressac Communications Sensient Technologies Specsavers Tails.com Tesco The Wedding Shop The Works Stores Vaccuum Pump – Atlas Copco Vega Europe Walgreens Boots Alliance
To find out more about attending, contact Jamie Higgs on 01992 374058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.