The current lockdown to combat the Covid-19 pandemic has made the world realise something Logistics Manager has understood for 23 years: supply chains are really important.
To celebrate the achievements in supply chains, the 24th annual Supply Chain Excellence Awards, will take place at the London Hilton on 12 November and reflect on what the industry has achieved this year.
The ceremony, sponsored by Clipper Logistics, DP World and Unipart Logistics, will also reflect on what has been achieved in 2020 in the light of the most trying of circumstances.
To that end the Supply Chain Excellence Awards have been relaunched for 2020 with a host of new categories, to reflect the depth and breadth of what supply chains can achieve and have achieved.
There are eight operational categories to mark real successes in core supply chain disciplines and practices, while nine industry awards commemorate excellence across a wide variety of industrial sectors.
The awards have also been designed for sponsors to get their messages to customers; that they are supporting businesses throughout the supply chain achieve real excellence.
The Supply Chain Excellence Awards are renowned for their rigorous judging process, which also provides valuable feedback for entrants from our team of judges who have over 250 years of industry experience.