Thursday 8th Dec 2016 - Logistics Manager

Four days to go

There are just four days left to enter the Logistics & Supply Chain Excellence Awards. Entries must be in by 5.30pm on Friday 22nd July.

Four days to goDo you have what it takes to win our flex Award for Automotive? This category is for manufacturers and operators of cars and commercial vehicles. Suzuki GB won this category alongside BDA at last year’s awards.

We are looking for more talented companies to enter for the Hi-Tech, Communications & Electronics category. In 2015, Rohde & Schwarz took home the trophy when they were able to demonstrate a true recognition of the strategic importance of a supply chain that is able to react quickly and flexibly.

From food to fashion, tools to toiletries we are looking for manufacturers and suppliers of consumer goods including FMCG/CPG for our Consumer Products category. Philips Consumer Lifestyle with flex were the worthy winners last year – they demonstrated the important role customer service can play as a differentiator.

Could you be the first ever winner of the Demand Forecasting and Planning category? This category is new to the awards, and we are looking for impressive projects with evidence of a demand forecasting and planning project directly improving the supply chain.

There are a whole range of other categories to enter, including: Manufacturing, Public and Third Sectors, Retail/E-tail, Customer Service and Support, Environmental Improvement, Logistics and Distribution, Reverse Logistics, as well as many others.

You can find the full category list and entry details at the Awards web site here.

The winners of the 2016 Awards will be announced at a glittering ceremony at the London Hilton on Park Lane on 14th November.

What makes the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards special is the stringent process to analyse supply chain performance. Our judging team is made up of senior industry figures who bring years of experience to bear. Shortlisted companies are asked to make presentations to our judges and face detail questioning from panel members.

It’s a uniquely exhaustive process that makes the Awards uniquely worth winning.