The Logistics 100 was announced in the SHD January 2019 issue. Did you make the list? Read our in-depth feature in our January magazine. See the list below!

The Logistics 100 is a list of the UK logistics industry’s most influential players, selected by our panel of experts. Like SHD Logistics magazine, www.shdlogistics.com and our portfolio of events including the SHD Logistics Conference; The Logistics 100 focuses on operational strength.

John Adderley, Head Of Logistics, Karen Millen
Damian Alexander CBE, VP and Managing Director of Logistics, Leidos
Bobby Amirahmadi, Head of Logistics, Gousto
Paul Anastasiou, Senior Director - Parcel Services, Asda
Kevin Appleton, Managing Director, Yusen Logistics (UK)
Prof. Neil Ashworth, CEO and Chief Commercial Officer, CollectPlus and Yodel 
Scott Atkinson, Supply Chain and Merchandising Development Manager, Poundland
Tracey Barley-Wild, Head of Logistics, Halfords
Ian Beattie, Managing Director, Knights of Old
Paul Bennell, Managing Director, Samworth Brothers Logistics
Ian Berrill, Transport Director, Saint-Gobain
Kelly Boswell, Warehouse Operations Manager, Missguided
Clare Bottle, Associate Director Of Supply Chain, Coca-Cola European Partners
Roy Brien, Head of Logistics & Supply Chain (Procurement), Royal Mail
Tony Burley, Logistics Director, Boohoo.com
Eoin Butler, Supply Chain Director, Musgrave
Richard Cawston, Managing Director – Supply Chain, Europe, XPO Logistics 
Wei Chen, Supply Chain Excellence Director - Downstream, Burberry
Andy Cooper, Chief Operations Officer, Mayflex
Justin Cox, Supply Chain Development Director, Arcadia 
Naila Dad, Head of Pharmacy Operations, Pharmacy2U
Laura Davies, Head of Fulfilment and Customer Operations, Urban Outfitters
Emma Dempsey, Chief Operating Officer, Clipper
Jonathan Downes, Supply Chain Director, ABF Westmill Foods
Iain Doyle, Operations Development, McKesson Europe
Thomas Eichhorn, Senior Vice President - Global Logistics and Distribution, Adidas
Gayle Emsley Daniels, Global Carrier Manager, Ted Baker London
Marc Engel, Global Chief Supply Chain Officer, Unilever
Rebecca Evans, Head of Supply Chain, River Island
Natalia Filipczuk, Warehouse & Logistics Director, Yours Clothing
Simon Finch, Distribution Director, Harrods
Jim French, Director Portcentric Logistics, PD Ports
Peter Fuller, Chief Executive Officer, DHL Parcel
Jonatan Gal, Regional Director of Operations, Amazon
Steve Granite, Chief Executive Officer, Abbey Logistics
James Grier, Director of Warehouse Development, Next
Marcos Hart, Business Optimisation and Transformation Director, Wincanton
Alex Harvey, Head of Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Ocado Technology
Lindsay Haselhurst, Global Supply Chain Director, Kingfisher
Nicholas Hawkins, Senior Director, EMEA Distribution, Lego
Nick Hay, Chief Executive Officer, Fowler Welch
Marc Hayes, Supply Chain Director,  KFC UK & Ireland
Neil Heavisides, VP Supply Chain Northern Europe, RS Components
Heather Hiley, Head of Retail & Logistics, Bents Garden Centres
David Hix, Director of Supply Chain, Nestlé
Mark Holland, Chief Operating Officer, ASOS
Paul Horton, Board Member & Supply Chain Director, Travis Perkins
Phil Hull, Distribution Director, Argos
Al Jeory, Global Contracts & Supply Logistics, Jaguar Land Rover
Mark Jones, Automation and Engineering Manager, Supply Chain, Primark
Vicky Kay, Director of Supply Chain, AO.com
James Kent, Logistics Manager, Starbucks
Pat Lee, Group Supply Chain & Change Director, JD Sports
Kate Lester, Chief Executive Officer, Diamond Logistics
Iain Liddell, Group Managing Director and Founder, Uniserve
Becky Lombardo, Logistics Director, Matches Fashion 
Alister MacIntosh, Manufacturing Director, Chivas - Pernod Ricard
Chris Marrow, Logistics Director, Sainsbury’s 
Peter Masters, Managing Director, Miniclipper Logistics
Paula Masterson, Customer Operations Manager – Customer Service & Logistics, Heineken
Neil McConchie, Chief Executive Officer, Lloyd Fraser
Sue McGeorge, Supply Chain Director - UK & Western Europe, Kimberley-Clark
Rob Meredith, Head of Supply Chain, P&O Ferries 
Andy Monk, UK Supply Chain Director, B&M Retail Group
Gordon Mowat, Director of Supply, Logistics and Central Operations - Clothing and Home, M&S
John Munnelly, Head of Operations - Magna Park Campus, John Lewis & Partners
David Ormond, Operations Excellence Director, Cummins
Eduardo Pavan, Head of Global Logistics, Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery 
Steve Pennington, Supply Chain Director, Iceland
Andy Perry, Logistics Director, The Co-operative Group
David Pickering, Chief Operating Officer, Stobart Logistics
Anne Preston, Chairman, Prestons of Potto
Simon Ratcliffe, Infrastructure Director, Fat-Face
Scott Roberts, Operations and Logistics Director, World Fuel Services
Shrene Saleh, Logistics, Distribution, Branch Merchandising & Planning Manager, Miss Selfridge
Matthew Shepherd, Head Of UK Logistics, Ted Baker
Virgil Simpson, Logistics Director, Aldi
Tim Slater, Chief Executive Officer, NHS Supply Chain and DHL Supply Chain
Jim Spittle, Chairman, Supply Chain Coordination Ltd  (NHS Supply Chain)
Kevin Spratt, Logistics Manager, IKEA 
Simon Stacy, Head of Logistics, Honda Motor Europe
Jonathan Stowe, Distribution Director, Nisa Retail
Ron Swanson, Business Systems Director, Unipart Group
Matthew Tighe, UK Head of Distribution & Recycling, Lidl
Andrew Tomlinson, Managing Director, Andrew James
Maria Torrent-March, Logistics Director, Europa Worldwide
Tunay Tuna, Head of Logistics and Distribution, Cath Kidston
Jayne Twaddle, Director of Global Logistics, Mothercare
Zsolt Vecsera, UK Managing Director, Gefco
Mike Vernon, Head of Automation Development, Kuehne & Nagel
John Waldock, Head of Global Logistics White Stuff
William Walker, Director, Walker Logistics
Alex Watson, Senior Global Supply Chain Manager, Superdry
Mark Webb, Managing Director, Core Management Logistics
Andy Welch, Distribution Manager, Ralph Lauren
Alan White, Managing Director, Fresh Logistics/Fresh Pharma
Rosemary Wilkins, Logistics Director, Screwfix
Paul Wilkinson, Head of Supply Chain Development, Phoenix Healthcare Distribution
Richard Wilson, Logistics Director, Arla Foods
Andy Young, UK Logistics Director, Nobia AB


Outside Influencers

 
Pauline Bastidon, Head of European Policy, Freight Transport Association
Dave Berridge, Secretary, Automated Material Handling Systems Association
Shane Brennan, Chief Executive Officer, Food Storage & Distribution Federation
Bethany Fovargue, Operations Manager, NOVUS
Peter Ward, Chief Executive Officer, UKWA
Prof. Richard Wilding, Professor of Logistics & Supply Chain Strategy, Cranfield School of Management


Rising Stars      
 

Tom Crossland, Depot Centre Manager, Wincanton
Lucy Holland, Project Support Manager – Logistics Implementation, Sainsbury's
Mark Keresztes, Team Leader – Inbound Logistics, Arla Foods
Kelvin Mantle, Head of Logistics, Lidl UK
Tienne Oates, Logistics Project Manager, Wincanton
Ama Owusu-Sekyere, Inventory Manager, Kuehne + Nagel
Mirek Raba, Customer Collaboration Manager, PZ Cussons
James Scrivens, Inventory and Planning Frontline Manager, Travis Perkins
Jessica Wright, Area Manager, London North, Hermes UK


2020 Logistics 100 Judging Criteria

Since its inception in 2015, the Logistics 100 project has brought together key members of the logistics community to network, educate and share. Our members are VIP guests at our events including the SHD Logistics Conference and IMHX VIP breakfast. They also feature in the pages of SHD Logistics magazine, on shdlogistics.com and competed for the Logistics 100 Award at The Logistics Awards annual gala, created to mark their achievements.

For 2019, we want to ensure that the Logistics 100 list focuses on people who work within operations. We also want to recognise key influencers at the heart of our profession, who head-up our associations, drive future skills projects or investigate and research logistics in academia.

For 2019, we have refined the list to ensure active logisticians are included in The Logistics 100. Key influencers will be recognised in our Top 5 Influencers.

The Criteria for the Logistics 100

The Logistics 100 must do/have/be one or some of the following:

Operational strength
The Logistics 100 are leaders of proven operations which are the backbone of their organisation/their client’s business. Their operations are flexible and proactive.

Driving change
Logistics 100 nominees challenge the organisation to re-consider its processes in the face of digitalisation and unprecedented change. Logistics 100 professionals will have made positive changes to culture and agendas and are unafraid to challenge traditional or outdated ways of thinking.

Capital investors
Logistics 100 nominees should influence buying decisions in an industry which adds over £90 billion to the UK's GDP.

Start-ups

Leaders of new companies ripping up the rule book and changing the logistics landscape.

Engagement
Those selected to be part of The SHD Logistics 100 list are people who like to debate, engage, question, network and maximise the opportunities The Logistics 100 project presents.

Rising star
The 'Rising Star' is someone recognised to be a rising talent, who has demonstrated exceptional ability and ambition. Nominees will usually be aged between 18 and 32.


The SHD Logistics community

As the organiser of the UK’s largest intralogistics event IMHX and publishers of the UK’s leading logistics magazine SHD Logistics, it’s essential we connect with the industry we serve. Issues raised, feedback and insight from The Logistics 100 events will feed into what we do within the logistics industry.

Members of the exclusive The Logistics 100 ‘club’ are invited, as our VIP guests, to select SHD Logistics events including:

-    The SHD Logistics Conference
-    Exclusive IMHX/SHD Logistics Roundtable Events