Monday 24th Oct 2016 - Logistics Manager

New thinking on risk impacts supply chain strategies

Find out how new perspectives on risk are changing supply chain strategies, at the new 121 Supply Chain Excellence Summit 2011, which takes place in London on 14th June.

Mick Jones, vice president of global logistics at computer maker Lenovo, will be looking at the issue when he delivers the keynote address at the summit which is being produced in association with the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards.

And there will be case studies from award winners such as Boots, Cisco Systems, British Gas, Bausch + Lomb and Coca Cola.


Bausch + Lomb
The journey to an Advanced Logistics Process from the manufacturing source into the customers’ door

How Boots achieved excellence in logistic centre operations.

Taking your partnership to the next level – a lead logistics alliance.

Coca Cola
The green supply chain – improving supply chain performance while minimising emissions.

British Gas
Can big be nimble? Building a supply chain to delight four million customers.

Cisco Systems
Building an integrated returns process to minimise cost, improve customer service and maximise your supply chain.

Newell Rubbermaid
Building flexibility and scalability into your network strategy and processes to meet changing market dynamics.

There are only 100 delegate places available for this summit. Delegates will benefit from hearing leading expert case studies while also meeting face to face with leading logistic service providers to discuss and focus on new ways to solve the industry’s most pressing issues, both today and in the future.

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