When: 24 October 2018, 14:00 for 14:30 - 17:00
Where: Headways, Newmarket Lane, Stanley, Wakefield WF3 4FE
Meeting Point: Facility Administration Office
Speaker: Jon Miles, Country Manager UK, Newcold Ltd
Newcold are a relative newcomer to the UK cold storage services sector. Founded by Bram Hage in 2012 with key staff from his previous company Partner Logistics, NewCold now has 7 temperature controlled warehouses across 3 continents. From the Wakefield facility, Newcold provides inventory management, pallet storage and handing for major multinational and national food manufacturers. It also provides transport for factory collection and onward delivery.
This visit will provide an opportunity to see a state of the art facility with the latest IT WMS, TMS and GPS driven vehicle track and trace. In addition the visit will show the integral part this facility plays in the customer supply chain on a European basis as well as the provision of product traceability to satisfy EU and UK food safety regulation Book now by contacting Membership Services with your ready filled Booking Form on Tel: 01536 740104 or email: email@example.com quoting the event code RLF0316.Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: £25
The event provides the latest insight on the biggest challenges facing the delivery of new infrastructure and explores how to respond to and overcome these. Attend to explore how to progress infrastructure plans from conception through to delivery as the day explores key issues including identifying and responding to the UK’s infrastructure needs, the funding available for new infrastructure and the role of private investment in infrastructure delivery. Find out how to work collaboratively with the supply chain, and the value of early contractor involvement, including a focus on how to overcome the challenges facing procurement.
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Event Code: 364CILT (10% Discount)
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