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Wincanton’s Marcos Hart joins as The Logistics Awards 2018 Operations (SME) judge

Wincanton’s Marcos Hart joins as The Logistics Awards 2018 Operations (SME) judge

SHD Logistics is delighted to announce that Wincanton Business Optimisation and Transformation Director Marcos Hart will be joining a highly esteemed judging panel for this year’s The Logistics Awards as Operations (SME) category judge. The category is sponsored by Toyota Material Handling UK.

Marcos was appointed Business Optimisation and Transformation Director in 2016, having previously been the Project and Risk Director of the supply chain solutions provider. Marcos leads health and safety, sustainability, business optimisation, transformation, efficiency and innovation across the organisation.

Prior to joining Wincanton Marcos held senior positions in Carillion, Fujitsu and Severn Trent Water.

This year's The Logistics Awards will be held at The Swan, Shakespeare's Globe in September

Those contesting the Operations (SME) category, which caters to companies with less than 500 colleagues in its workforce, must demonstrate a supply chain that’s finely tuned for the business, and a best-in-class operation that’s flexible, future-proof, clean/efficient, reactive.

The strongest entries for the Operations SME award must also provide evidence of improvement initiative/change that has either been implemented or delivered benefits, how supply chain is enabling delivery of overall business strategy and cross functional and cross business working.

Marcos joins Beverley Bell CBE of Think Logistics (Future Skills category), Health & Safety Executive’s Alan Craddock (Safety), Transaid's Caroline Barber (Corporate Social Responsibility), Barclays Corporate Banking’s Rob Riddleston (Growth), Yodel and CollectPlus' Prof. Neil Ashworth (Innovation), Apprise Consulting’s Gwynne Richards (Warehouse Efficiency), Logistics Partner’s Lynn Parnell (Technology Innovation Large and SME), Aricia Limited’s Kirsten Tisdale (New Facility) and Transport Intelligence’s John Manners-Bell (Operations Large) on the judging panel.

Entry deadline for The Logistics Awards ends Friday 18th May. Any memorable logistical projects over the last 12 months, companies can enter across a choice of 13 awards categories including Operations, Technology Innovation, Innovation (sponsored by Continental Tyres), New Facility, Growth, Safety (sponsored by Mentor) and Corporate Social Responsibility. Download The Logistics Award 2018 Entry Guide for more details.

To put your entry forward, please click here. Events manager Natalia Kay ([email protected]) and Assistant Editor (David Tran [email protected]) will also be on hand to address any questions about your entry. Please contact our commercial team below for any queries around table sales.

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