Supply Chain Network
The Supply Chain Network was established as part of CILT's London Region activities in September 2004. It is a networking and learning opportunity for people working within the supply chain in retailers, manufacturers and logistics providers. After over 100 events, as at late 2018 it's in a period of transition, but it looks as if we'll be having meetings in the Baker St area again in the fairly near future.
In the meantime, here's a London based event that you might want to come along to: How can supply chains benefit from AI? This is a CILT WiL event, so before you ask, there is definitely no restriction on menfolk – about 1 in 6 of Women in Logistics members are men, and we had a good showing of men at the joint SCN/WiL event that we did. Central London, Wednesday 21 November, 18:00 - 20:30, Open to members and non-members of CILT – CILT members FREE, £10 for non-members. Find out more and book via this link - if you’re not a CILT member, you can create a profile and book.
If you want to receive future mailings, don't hesitate to get in touch with Kirsten Tisdale, who set up the group - just put 'Supply Chain Network' in the comments box on the contact form that this link takes you to, as well as completing your contact details.
Here's a list of companies that came along to our past three events (updated January 2018): 3T, AB Foods, Actualis Marketing, Allport, Arcadia, Aricia Limited, Arrow Electronics, Autologic Systems, BDP International, Bibby Distribution, Bullock Men's Grooming, C S Supply Chains, Cadence Management Consulting, CILT(UK), CIPS, Collect+, DAI, Debenhams, DGS Supply Chain, Essentra, Excello Law, Godiva Chocolate, Intellitrans, Invest Essex, IPPF, John Lewis Partnership, Kuehne & Nagel, Logistics Partners, L'Oreal, M&S, Makowski Associates, Marie Stopes, Marks & Spencer, Microsoft, Mobius, Newport Industries, ParcelSpace, Shell, Signature Flatbreads, South Essex College, Spedition Services, Tata Global Beverages, TRL, University of Bedford, UPS, Vekia, Witron, XPO and Yusen Logistics.
Recent previous events have included the topics below - all topics and downloads for older events can be found here - many are still relevant today.