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February 2018
University of Derby Logistics and Supply Chain WeekBOOK NOW
22/02/2018 14:00:00 - 22/02/2018 20:00:00

 


The University of Derby 
5th Annual Logistics Week

When: 22 February 2018, Round table 14:00 - 15:00, Conference 16:00 - 20:00
Where: University of Derby, Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB

In attendance: Robin Proctor FCILT, CILT(UK) President

About Robin Proctor FCILT

Robin Proctor’s career spans supply chain and e-commerce roles with some of the UK’s biggest FTSE 100 and 250 retailers, including Sainsbury’s, Iceland, Booker, MFI/Howdens, Wickes and Travis Perkins. He was an Executive Director, Travis Perkins Group plc supporting new and emerging businesses, including Toolstation.co.uk, Bathrooms.com and Tilegiant.co.uk.

He is passionate about developing the leaders and innovators of the future, regularly speaking at events to inspire the audience to transform business performance through motivated colleagues delivering supply chain and digital innovation. Robin Proctor is a visiting Fellow at Cranfield University, a member of the Cranfield Supply Chain Advisory Board, Supporter of the Novus Trust, holds a Retail Week Supply Chain Leader of the Year award and is an active supporter of the Whizz-Kidz mobility charity.


Logistics and Supply Chain Week will attract those at the very top of this field, to share information and the latest thinking in the industry. It will also be a great opportunity for our students looking for a career in this global industry. Logistics Week is organised by the Centre for Supply Chain Improvement in the College of Business at the University and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), and is just one of a number of ways the University supports the logistics sector. This year's theme ‘Technology and Innovation in Logistics and the Supply Chain’ is centered around the rapid growth in all aspects of technology and its effects on the industry.

Throughout the week, industry-leading organisations will visit the University to give talks to students. A round table discussion for key professionals (22 February 14:00-15:00) will discuss Modern Slavery in Global Supply Chains. There will also be a free public conference held at the University (22 February 16:00-20:00).

Talking about the event, Professor Jose Arturo Garza-Reyes, Head of Centre for Supply Chain Improvement, said: “This is the fifth year we’ve run Derby Logistics Week. Every year we receive overwhelming responses from large and small companies within the sector to explore the trend and challenges in the market and with joint opinions to identity opportunities addressing the issues."

In previous years we have looked at Low Carbon Logistics, Last Mile Logistics , E-Commerce and this year our ‘Technology and Innovation in Logistics and the Supply Chain’ theme will shed some light on the impact of rapid technology growth on the industry.

Commenting on his appointment as CILTUK President, Robin Proctor said: “This is an important time for our profession; innovation in mobile technologies has placed transport and logistics performance at the heart of business propositions, and investment in innovation, infrastructure and skills is required during this time of economic uncertainty. I hope to play an active role in leading change and promoting CILT’s influence as we head into this exciting era for the logistics and transport profession.”

To book your place onto the conference please find the booking form here.


East Midlands Innovation - Leicester Innovation Week - Textiles FocusBOOK NOW
27/02/2018 07:45:00 - 27/02/2018 12:45:00

When: 27 February 2018, 7:45 - 12:45
Where: 
Leicester City Football Club, Filbert Way, Leicester, LE2 7FL

Whether your business is a committed innovator, start-up or dipping your toe in the water, learn about funding and other help offered by Innovate UK and local support agencies.

With a focus on the Textiles Sector, this breakfast seminar will provide you with information on local and national innovation support to help you grow and scale your business.

This sector has been chosen because of its importance to the local economy and labour market.

Benefits of attending:

  • To help attendees understand where to go for innovation funding and practical advice on what is available.

    Expert insight into future trends

    Connect with potential collaborators

    Access to expert business advisors. The events are aimed at smaller companies who do not usually look to government agencies and universities for support.

    Understand what is required in writing a successful grant application.

Programme:

7.45am Registration and breakfast

8.30am Welcome and introduction to the day

9.00am Plenary Sessions

10.00am Workshops

12.45pm Close of Seminar

Refreshments and breakfast will be provided. 

Book your place here.

Event code: EMR0313

Cost: 
Member: Free; Non-Member: Free


East Midlands Innovation - Leicester Innovation Week - Food and Drink FocusBOOK NOW
28/02/2018 07:45:00 - 28/02/2018 12:45:00

When: 28 February 2018, 7:45 - 12:45
Where: Leicester City Football Club, Filbert Way, Leicester, LE2 7FL

Whether your business is a committed innovator, start-up or dipping your toe in the water, learn about funding and other help offered by Innovate UK and local support agencies.


With a focus on the 
Food & Drink Sector, this free breakfast seminar will provide you with information on local and national innovation support to help you grow and scale your business.


This sector has been chosen because of its importance to the local economy and labour market.

 

Benefits of attending:

  • To help attendees understand where to go for innovation funding and practical advice on what is available.
  • Expert insight into future trends
  • Connect with potential collaborators
  • Access to expert business advisors.  ?The events are aimed at smaller companies who do not usually look to government agencies and universities for support.
  • Understand what is required in writing a successful grant application.


Programme:

7.45am Registration and breakfast

8.30am Welcome and introduction to the day

9.00am Plenary Sessions

10.00am Workshops

12.45pm Close of Seminar

Refreshments and breakfast will be provided.

Book your place here.

Event code: EMR0314

Cost: 
Member: Free; Non-Member: Free


March 2018
East Midlands Innovation - Leicester Innovation Week - Logistics FocusBOOK NOW
01/03/2018 07:45:00 - 01/03/2018 12:45:00

When: 
01 March 2018, 7:45 - 12:45
Where:  Stanford Hall, Lutterworth, LE17 6DH

Whether your business is a committed innovator, start-up or dipping your toe in the water, learn about funding and other help offered by Innovate UK and local support agencies.

With a focus on the Logistics Sector, this free breakfast seminar will provide you with information on local and national innovation support to help you grow and scale your business.

This sector has been chosen because of its importance to the local economy and labour market.

Benefits of attending:

To help attendees understand where to go for innovation funding and practical advice on what is available.
Expert insight into future trends
Connect with potential collaborators
Access to expert business advisors.  ?The events are aimed at smaller companies who do not usually look to government agencies and universities for support.
Understand what is required in writing a successful grant application.
 
Programme:

7.45am Registration and breakfast

8.30am Welcome and introduction to the day

9.00am Plenary Sessions

10.00am Workshops

12.45pm Close of Seminar

Refreshments and a breakfast will be provided.

Register your place here 

Event code:
 EMR0312

Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free

Sustainability Summit - Improving Energy Efficiency and Competitive AdvantageBOOK NOW
07/03/2018 08:30:00 - 07/03/2018 12:45:00

When:
07 March 2018, 08:30 - 12:45
Where: Riverside Centre, Derby, DE24 8HY

We are now shifting into a realm, where being an energy efficient and sustainable business, which was once seen as nice to have, is essential to becoming an attractive and competitive business. As customers are becoming more discernible as to where they spend their money, it is imperative that we explore how the East Midlands business community can develop strategies and business practices that put them ahead of the competition. In this endeavour, being green and competitive is a delicate balance to achieve and in that regional and national responsible supply chains have a pivotal role to play.

AGENDA
Regional context of the Low Carbon Goods and Environmental Services Sector (LCEGS)
HS2 Ltd - Circular Economy approach
Embedding Sustainability into the Supply Chain:Business Benefits - Woodhead Construction (Robert Woodhead Limited)
Energy Tariffs and future trends - Utility Alliance Ltd
Triple bottom line accounting: Building the business case for investment in sustainable and responsible business practices (speaker tbc)
Panel discussion

WORKSHOPS
Strengthening responsible supply chains across the region - Dr Fred Paterson and Dr Polina Baranova, ERDF Low Carbon Networks Project, Derby Business School, University of Derby
Energy efficiency projects - ERDF Low Carbon Grant scheme - what works?, Gemma Sylva (D2 Energy Efficiency Team Leader, Climate Change and Environment Group, Derby City Council
Final detail to be confirmed

Book your place online here.

Event code: EMR0319


Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free

April 2018
Joined up Journeys - Integration and Interchange: making travel workable for disabled and older peopleBOOK NOW
10/04/2018 10:30:00 - 10/04/2018 15:30:00


When: Tuesday 10th April from 10:30 - 15:30 hrs
Where: The Accessible Transport Group, 80 Park Road, Aston, Birmingham B6 5PL


Confirmed Speakers:

  • Kevin Richardson FCILT, Chief Executive, The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport 
  • Alastair Somervile, Director, Acuity Design
  • Ann Bates, Transport Access Advisor, Lead PRM member on Gatwick Passenger Advisory Group & member of GTR Access Advisory Board
  • David Bermingham FCILT, Chief Executive, Accessible Transport Group
  • Julie Dixon, Head of Information, Design & Partnerships, TfL
  • Mark Babington, Safety & Security Manager, Transport for the West Midlands
  • Jon Harris, Associate Director, Integrated Transport Planning
  • Neil Taylor, Director, Integrated Transport Planning
  • Jan Brookes, Director, Isle Access
  • Jim Morey, Access Consultant, Le Chat Noir Ltd.

The concept of transport chains makes clear that, where any link in the journey chain is missing or broken, it can prevent a person from travelling.

Changing between modes or making any kind of travel connection can be stressful and daunting for all of us. For many disabled and older people, it is often simply impossible because of lack of appropriate infrastructure and support, combined with the unreliability of services.

Planning and good practice in areas as diverse as timetabling, signage, ticketing, physical infrastructure and co-operation between providers, all play a vital part in joining the chain and making journeys achievable. As do first mile/last mile considerations, real time information, communication between services, sheltered travel hubs and buddying services.

This one-day seminar will explore the concerns and difficulties faced by disabled and older people and will look at practical solutions and examples of good practice to achieve joined up journeys.

A draft of the programme is available here.

Last year's seminar was oversubscribed. Delegates are therefore advised to book early!

To secure your place, book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk  quoting the event code AIF0308.

Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free



With thanks to   for sponsoring this important seminar.



 

Raising Awareness of Obstructive Sleep ApnoeaBOOK NOW
12/04/2018 18:30:00 - 12/04/2018 19:30:00

When:
 12 April 2018, 18:00 for 18:30 - 19:30 
Where: Mountsorrel Memorial Centre, Loughborough, Leicester Rd, Mountsorrel, Loughborough LE12 7AJ
Meeting Point: Reception

Speaker: Professor John Stradling, OSA Partnership Group

The OSA Partnership Group aims to raise awareness of the symptoms of a condition called Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).

When OSA is accompanied by excessive sleepiness, it can be extremely dangerous and lead to drivers falling asleep at the wheel, sometimes with fatal consequences. However treatment is available and is very effective in managing the symptoms so patients who comply with treatment are as safe on the road as any other driver.

However, we know that many drivers are nervous of coming forward because they fear losing their licence. The OSA Partnership Group is working to reduce the chances of this happening by campaigning both for national fast tracking of treatment and voluntary screening programmes supported by employers.

The talk will explain what OSA is, who is most likely to have it and the implications of not seeking treatment. We'll explain the process of getting treatment and access to fast tracking, as well as talking through some case studies of drivers who are now symptom-free and also a transport company that offers screening for all employees.

http://osapartnershipgroup.co.uk/index.html

Refreshments will be provided.

Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: EMR0317

Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free
Tour visit to NTEXBOOK NOW
18/04/2018 10:30:00 - 18/04/2018 13:00:00

When:
18 April 2018, 10:30 - 13:00
Where: Immingham, Scandinavian Way, Stallingborough, Grimsby DN41 8DU
Meeting Point: Reception

Speakers: Steve Davis, Managing Director
                  Ben Freestone, Operations
                  Melanie Horton, Export/Import
                  Steve Truman, Utilisation and running the fleet.
                  Liam Harrison, Data capture
                  Jack Larbey CMILT, Driver training and assessment
                  Mike Crookes, Claims and H.R
 
NTEX specialises in groupage and full load cargo movements between the UK and Scandinavia, with the ability to undertake other forms of transport and services. We can coordinate and offer solutions from the UK to and from all European countries. In addition, we can offer sea-freight and air-freight for movements outside of Europe, and warehousing/storage for smaller cargoes. 

NTEX was founded in 2003 in Gothenburg by 10 industry enthusiasts, all sharing a common vision: "To be a distinct Nordic transport alternative through high service levels and to be the customer's first choice by offering competitive, flexible and customised transport- and logistics solutions for land, sea and air"

RAPID GROWTH
With an average annual growth rate of 20% and maintained profitability, our current sales amount to well over GBP 100m/annum and we have offices in a multitude of locations. While we are very proud of the level of success we have had, we know that we have not reached this far by coincidence. We have worked hard to achieve our vision while still being able to have fun together with our customers along the way.

OUR WORK IS PAYING OFF
By proactively providing our customers with the solutions they need, we have challenged the industry and kept our existing customer base while continuously expanding it. Throughout our history, prospective clients have often approached us after experiencing a sense of anonymity in their relationships with our competitors. As a result, we have attracted a diverse customer base of companies of various sizes, representing industries such as energy, furniture, automotive and engineering.

Refreshments and a light buffet will be provided.

Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: LNG0306

Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free

Cotton Traders at Prolog Tour and Dematic Installation DemonstrationBOOK NOW
18/04/2018 17:00:00 - 18/04/2018 20:00:00


When: Wednesday 18 April from  1630 (for 1700) to 2000 hrs
Where: Prolog Ltd., Phase 3 Chilton House, Sherwood Park, Annesley, Nottinghamshire NG15 0DJ

The Cotton Traders at Prolog relationship began in 2014. Cotton Traders were finding rapid expansion in their ecommerce business alongside changes within their retail offering. This meant their existing warehousing and fulfilment arrangements were not fit for purpose. Growing ecommerce and omni-channel distribution needed to be matched with a smarter, more flexible fulfilment solution. With decreasing delivery times and increasing variability in product mix, order size and volumes, traditional picking processes weren’t delivering the efficiency required to meet the omni-channel distribution challenges.

Cotton Traders deployed RapidPut™, a turnkey fulfilment optimisation solution powered by Dematic iQ software comprised of put walls, conveyors and light or voice technology, to enable a scalable order fulfilment system which would address the dynamic e-commerce and retail environment they operate in.

Designed to be flexible and modular, the chosen solution was implemented quickly, offering a rapid return on Cotton Traders capital investment. It was the first installation of its type to move away from traditional wave based picking addressing many of the challenges faced by suppliers trying to fulfil ecommerce and retail orders with ever increasing SLA requirements and without the need for huge capital investment. Relying upon advanced material flow strategies, it also continually monitors resource utilisation and dynamically adjusts and prioritises work orders and flows to reduce cycle time, labour and unit costs. This helps to minimise the peaks and valleys associated with the traditional wave-based fulfilment solutions. Plus, tight integration with the shop floor provides continual real-time insight into equipment and material flow status at any point in time.

The Cotton Traders at Prolog operation manages more than 30,000 SKUs and 130,000 dynamic pick locations. Circa 6 million retail and ecommerce items are despatched alongside the servicing of 144 retail stores. The aim of the event is to provide an opportunity to see the solution first hand and for attendees to discuss and share how to tackle the challenge of meeting the dual needs of ecommerce and retail in an omni channel environment.

Please note, the delegate list for this event will be vetted. Refreshments and a light buffet will be provided.

Book online now or contact Membership Services on Tel: 01536 740104. Alternatively email your filled in booking form to membership@ciltuk.org.uk  quoting the event code RLF0313.

Cost: Members: £10; Non-Members: £15





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