At the upcoming SHD Logistics Spring Conference, due to take place on the 9th of March at The British Museum, Alan White - managing director of Fresh Logistics - will discuss the company's approach to CSR.
“Rather than thinking of CSR as an initiative much later in a company’s life, Fresh Logistics shows how CSR programmes can grow with a company… and regards these efforts as an essential part of their identity,” explained Judge Tony Pelli, senior intelligence analyst at BSI, during the judging process of the SHD Logistics Awards earlier this year.
Fresh Logistics has seen substantial growth since it was founded in 2008, but has continued to maintain its moral, family and corporate values throughout which won it the SHD Logistics Awards for Corporate Social Responsibility in 2015. On the 9th of March, Alan will discuss with delegates, his company's approach to CSR including the progression of his employees, the living wage and the local community.
At the SHD Logistics March Conference 2016, delegates can expect winning case studies, on a range of topics, showcasing operational excellence. The carefully-selected venue, a beacon for learning, reflects the educational agenda which delegates will experience on the day. Professor Neil Ashworth, CEO of Collect+, will provide the keynote address.
The event will take place in the Hugh and Catherine Stevenson Lecture Theatre, an elegant auditorium with fixed, tiered seating for delegates with state-of-the-art projection and audio-visual equipment, the ideal setting for this content-rich event.
A full programme will be announced over the coming weeks.
Venue: The British Museum, Great Russell St, London
Date: Wednesday 9th March 2016
Time: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Price: £295 + VAT (earlybird special is £245 + VAT until February 1st 2016)