Thursday 21st Nov 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2019 winners revealed!

Sky CP has taken the Overall Award at the 2019 Supply Chain Excellence Awards.

Some 20 awards were presented to some 29 different businesses by comedian and impressionist Rory Bremner at a glittering ceremony before hundreds of supply chain professionals and leaders at the Park Lane Hilton in London last night.

Sky fought off some strong competition from the likes of Primark Stores with PAC-D; Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust with Ingencia Solutions and Heineken UK with Tradeteam.

Sky win the Overall Award at the Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2019

Sky also won the Ethical Supply Chain Award and its entry set out a progressive and comprehensive strategy that demonstrated its commitment to growing responsibly, covering a wide range of challenges from climate change the human rights.

The judges said: “Sky CP have a robust audit process in place and are very clear on vision and measurable high-level goals – the entry fully deserves the Ethical Supply Chain trophy.

Innovation was a key theme of the evening: Forterra won the Delivery Innovation Award, Leonard Helicopter Division with Kuehne + Nagel won the Logistics Innovation Award, Wickes with Wincanton won the Retail Innovation Award while Yunji Technology with Geek+ Robotics won the Robotics Innovation Award.

There was also a special Lifetime Achievement Award presented to former Logistics Manager Editor Malory Davies.

THE CUSTOMER SERVICE AND SUPPORT AWARD
Winner: Heineken UK with TradeTeam

Forterra win the Logistics Manager Award for Delivery Innovation

THE LOGISTICS MANAGER AWARD FOR DELIVERY INNOVATION
Winner: Forterra

THE SUPPLY CHAIN CONFERENCE AWARD FOR DEMAND FORECASTING AND PLANNING
Winner: Graze

THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT AWARD
Winner: Primark Stores with PAC-D
Highly Commended: Kraft Heinz with Wincanton

THE ETHICAL SUPPLY CHAIN AWARD
Winner: SKY CP
Highly Commended: Central England Co-operative with FairShare

Crown Agents win the Extreme Logistics Award 2019

THE EXTREME LOGISTICS AWARD
Winner: Crown Agents

THE GEEK+ AWARD FOR LOGISTICS INNOVATION
Winner: Leonard Helicopter Division with Kuehne + Nagel

THE DP WORLD AWARD FOR RETAIL INNOVATION
Winner: Wickes with Wincanton

THE XPO LOGISTICS AWARD FOR ROBOTICS INNOVATION
Winner: Yunji Technology with Geek+ Robotics

THE SOURCING AND PROCUREMENT AWARD
Winner: Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust with Ingencia Solutions
Highly Commended: NHS England & Improvement with TWS Partners

THE FLEX AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN INNOVATION
Winner: Henkel

Bentley with CEVA Logistics win the Clipper Logistics Award for Supply Chain Operations

THE CLIPPER LOGISTICS AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS
Winner: Bentley with CEVA Logistics

THE CHEP AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY AND DESIGN
Winner: Flex
Highly Commended: Screwfix with Wincanton

THE VOITEQ AWARD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY
Winner: Jaguar Land Rover
Highly Commended: Rolls-Royce Aerospace with CEVA Logistics

THE BLUJAY SOLUTIONS AWARD FOR TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION
Winner: Best Food Logistics with Applied Acumen

THE CITTI MAGAZINE AWARD FOR TRANSPORT INNOVATION
Winner: CHEP
Highly Commended: Travis Perkins

Rising Star winner Charlotte Thomas, BT Supply Chain

THE INTRALOGISTEX AWARD FOR WAREHOUSE INITIATIVE
Winner: Rolls-Royce Aerospace with CEVA Logistics

THE SMARTFREIGHT AWARD FOR TEAM OF THE YEAR
Winner: Central England Co-operative with FareShare

RISING STAR
Charlotte Thomas, BT Supply Chain (pictured)

OVERALL WINNER
SKY CP

The 24th Supply Chain Excellence Awards will be held on 12th November 2020.