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    The Summit allows you to connect with new innovative suppliers that can support you with your current and future Supply Chain needs – registering as a delegate is easy and FREE.

    Segments covered include Forecasting, 3PL, Customer Relationship Management, Delivery Management, Distribution, Logistics Management, Operations Management, Air Freight, Containers, Audits and much more…

    7th & 8th November 2022

    Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport

    Your complimentary pass includes;

    • A corporate “speed-dating” itinerary of one-to-one meetings with solution providers
    • A seat at our industry seminar sessions
    • Overnight accommodation at the venue – free of charge
    • Complimentary meals and refreshments throughout
    • Networking breaks to make new connections in your field

    Seminars include:

    “Advanced Planning – Driving real business benefits”

    Moving from a manual planning solution to an advanced planning solution provides both tangible and intangible benefits in terms of WIP and Inventory reduction and increased customer confidence.

    Saft are a wholly-owned subsidiary of Total, who specialise in advanced technology battery solutions for a variety of industrial sectors.

    Jonathan Ogg, Senior Solution Architect at sofco Limited

    “Doing More With Less”

    What factors makes automation successful in modern intralogistics and automated warehousing?

    Jon Brewin, Business Development Manager at AutoStore System Ltd

    “Walking on Sunshine: The benefits and barriers to solar power on warehouses”

    Major research by UKWA into solar power on warehouse rooftops identified major benefits – doubling solar capacity, slashing electricity costs, reducing emissions – but what are the barriers and how can we overcome them?

    Clare Bottle, Chief Executive at UKWA

    “Humanising the Automated Supply Chain”

    How human interaction becomes a key differentiator in an increasingly standardised and automated supply chain.

    Diane Carroll, Commercial & Business Contracts Director, UK & Ireland at LPR – La Palette Rouge

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