Monday 20th Nov 2017 - Logistics Manager

Revealed: all the Supply Chain Award winners

The winners of the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards were revealed at a glittering gala dinner at the Park Lane Hilton in London on 6th November.

Here is the roll of honour:

Award: Overall Winner, sponsored by PwC
Winner: Danone Baby Nutrition
Announcing the winner, Johnathon Marshall, partner at PwC, said: “This organisation follows in the footsteps of our previous winners in demonstrating how the Supply Chain can be used to create genuine competitive advantage. They also demonstrated how full engagement with the business to design and develop the right supply and then to drive the change is critical.”

Award: Individual Contribution, sponsored by Michael Page Supply Chain
Winner: Pier Luigi Sigismondi, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Unilever 

Award: Automotive, Aerospace and Industrial
Winner: JCB with DHL Supply Chain
Highly commended: Jaguar Land Rover

Award: Consumer products
Winner: Danone Baby Nutrition

Award: Hi-Tech, Communications and Electronics, sponsored by Flextronics Global Services and Software
Winner: Nokia Siemens Networks with Capgemini
Highly commended: IBM 

Award: Public Sector Services and Utilities
Winner: British Gas with Travis Perkins

Award: Retail, sponsored by Jungheinrich
Winner: Boots UK with KNAPP
Highly commended: RSPB 

Award: Contribution to Environmental Improvement – Climate Change
Winner: SPAR UK with Oakland International
Highly commended: Marks & Spencer with Damco UK

Award: Training & Professional Development
Winner: United Nations Development Programme

Award: Training & Professional Development
Winner: United Nations Development Programme

Award: Contribution to Environmental Improvement – Recycling
Winner: BSkyB and UTL
Highly commended: Unilever

Award: Team of the Year
Winner: Bibendum Wines with Tradeteam

Award: Customer Service & Support, sponsored by Potter Group Logistics
Winner: Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust with Kimal 

Award: Innovation in Fulfilment
Winner: Shutl

Award: Innovation in Supply Chain Practice
Winner: General Mills

Award: Innovation in use of technology
Winner: Honda UK Manufacturing with Yusen Logistics
Highly commended: Vodafone

Award: Logistics and Distribution Operations
Winner: Unilever with DHL Supply Chain
Highly commended: Telenet NV

Award: Logistics Strategy
Winner: Everything Everywhere with Kuehne + Nagel
Highly commended: Bibendum Wines with Tradeteam

Award: Sourcing and Procurement
Winner: Vodafone

Award: BITA award for lifting industry standards
Winner: BITA Academy team led by Karl Baum and Bill Goodwin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full details of who won and why will appear in our special December issue of Supply Chain Standard.