Good news. The deadline to enter the SHD Logistics Awards in 2016 has been extended to 27 May. That gives you 10 days to write 1,000 words on your achievements. Still not sure which category to enter? See below.
Enter the The Corporate Social Responsibility Category if...between the 1st of December 2014 to 1st March 2016 your company has engaged with a charity, educational authority or the local community for the greater good and takes great pride in having exceptional ethical standards.
Enter the Environment/Sustainability Category if... your organisation champions sustainable logistics. You have made measurable improvements in carbon reduction and implemented practical solutions to increase sustainability. You’re looking after our planet.
Enter the Future Skills Category if... you’re developing future skills. We're interested in apprenticeship or graduate schemes and employer-led training programmes. Projects which are actively encouraging a diverse workforce or initiatives which have taken ownership of the local skills market are also very very welcome.
Enter the Growth Category if... your company has seen an increase in market share and significant growth in your sector. You may have also collaborated with another logistics provider to drive growth.
Enter the Innovation Category if...You have deployed a bespoke process or procedure which you would describe as ‘non-standard’ within the supply chain. It’s improved efficiency and accuracy – and everyone is impressed.
Enter the Innovation Technology Category if...You’re a better operation in 2016 because of improved efficiency, accuracy, visibility and profitability following the implementation of a new IT system or technology.
Enter the the New Facility Category if... You have a fantastic new facility which has 'hit the ground running' or made a major investment (in automation or storage for example) at your site.
Enter the Operations (Large) Category if... Your organisation employs over 500 people and its supply chain/logistics is enabling delivery of the overall business strategy. There have been improvement initiatives/change at the company and some cross business/functional working too, which has brought measurable benefits.
Enter the Operations (SME) Category if... Your organisation employs less than 500 people and supply chain/logistics is enabling delivery of the overall business strategy. There have been improvement initiatives/change at the company and some cross business/functional working too, which has brought measurable benefits.
Enter the The Safety Category if... A change of culture, equipment or practice has improved safety at your DC. Perhaps - and ideally - staff participated in creating your safety measures.
Enter the Warehouse Efficiency Category if... There has been measurable improvements within your warehouse operation due to the implementation of new equipment or a reconfigured warehouse which has brought real benefits.
Venue: The Vox Centre, Resorts World Birmingham
Date: Thursday the 15th of September 2016
Price: Table of ten £2,295 + VAT (earlybird price £2,065.50 + VAT valid until 3rd June 2016)
Contact: [email protected] or call 020 7017 7122