SUPPLY CHAIN EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2017
CATEGORY: THE CLIPPER LOGISTICS AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS
Winner: Innocent Drinks
Highly Commended: Global Brands Group with Ligentia
Gooch & Housego with Omnify Software
Anglian Water Services
Ted Baker with XPO Logistics
H&M with XPO Logistics
Global Brands Group with Ligentia
Tesco with Westcoast Retail
From left to right: Fred Clarke, Supply Planner, innocent, Chris Fielden, Director of Supply Chain, innocent, Emma Dempsey, COO, Clipper Logistics, Liv Brown, Packaging Buyer, innocent, Lucy Barks, Contract Manufacturing Manager, innocent, Raquel Soares, Supply Planner, innocent, Jade Bullock, Supply Performance Analyst, innocent, Christophe Jouanneau, Head of Network, innocent, Luciana Anelli, Supply Planner, innocent, Yann Salaun, Technical Operations Manager, innocent, and Sara Pascoe.
Award sponsor: Clipper Logistics
Founded in 1992, Clipper Logistics plc has been a leader in retail logistics for more than two decades, operating in over 44 sites within the UK and Europe. Clipper is known for its consultative approach, constantly responding to rapid change through innovation, and for working alongside some of the biggest names in retail including John Lewis, ASOS, and Superdry. Clipper has won numerous awards for a range of multichannel solutions, including the bespoke returns service Boomerang™. In 2016, the business launched Click link™, which was developed in collaboration with the John Lewis Partnership, and has transformed the Click & Collect process to meet evolving consumer demands and the fast-paced retail sector.