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Operations improve with a flexible materials handling partner

Operations improve with a flexible materials handling partner

We're delighted to announce Toyota Material Handling as the official sponsor of the SHD Logistics Awards Operations Large and Operations SME categories, for the third year in a row. We ask Tony Wallis - sales & marketing director at the company - why flexibility is so important and how businesses can be more flexible in 2016?

SHD Logistics: How can businesses ensure flexibility within their logistics operation in 2016?

"Businesses can ensure flexibility by working closely with their materials handling supplier. By sharing not only their current operation, but also their key objectives and plans for the future, they can work with their supplier to find the right solution for their business, both now and in the future. This may include looking at different purchase options like contract rental or short-term hire, implementing a truck management system or discussing new product innovations in terms of energy or battery management systems.  If you have a flexible materials handling partner they can support changes in your business," - Tony Wallis, Sales & Marketing Director, Toyota Material Hanlding UK, category sponsor.

Book your table now to guarantee your company a premium position in the room.

Register your interest in entering the Operations Large & Operations SME - sponsored by Toyota Material Handling - here.

Venue: The Vox Centre, Resorts World Birmingham
Date:    Thursday the 15th of September 2016
Time:    7pm
Price:   Table of ten £2,295 + VAT (earlybird price £2,065.50 + VAT valid until 1st July 2016)

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