In 2020 warehouse efficiency is more critical than ever. As operators tackle new and existing challenges, efficient warehouse processes offer resilience and flexibility. New technology, reconfiguration and cultural shifts are just some of the things driving change in warehousing in order to achieve efficiency goals.
Warehouse efficiency and the future of warehousing are the focus of the upcoming SHD Logistics Webinar - The Future of Warehouse Efficiency - taking place Thursday 17 September at 2pm BST, sponsored by CombiLift.
This webinar will explore:
- The future of warehousing
- Efficiency projects from leading operators
- Warehouse technology and safety
Keynote speaker is Gwynne Richards, Author, Lecturer and Director at Apprise Consulting. He has over thirty-five years’ experience in warehouse management and logistics. He began his career with BRS which later became part of DHL.
He founded his own logistics consultancy and training company in 2003. Gwynne works with companies on improving their logistics operations, benchmarking performance and deciding whether to outsource or not.
His book on Warehouse Management published by Kogan Page has sold over 15,000 copies worldwide. He has also co-written books on logistics and supply chain tools and logistics outsourcing.
Gwynne will be joined by logistics operators, who will tell their stories of warehouse efficiency, offering practical advice which can be taken away and applied to other businesses.
The panel will include Martin McVicar, who founded Combilift in 1998 together with Technical Director Robert Moffett, when the two engineers launched the company’s initial product, the Combilift multidirectional forklift.
Since then the company has developed a wide portfolio of products to handle not just long loads but also to ensure the safe and space saving handling and storage of containers, oversized loads and palletised goods. With its global HQ in Martin’s home town of Monaghan, Ireland, Combilift is now the largest employer in the region and the acknowledged leading manufacturer and innovator in its sector worldwide, and has sold over 50,000 units to more than 85 countries.
To register for your complimentary place or to find out more, click here.