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  • Supply Chain Excellence Awards | A Conference Website by Miramedia running on WordPress! Update and get it live!
    FAQs Related Events Contact Us Tough markets hit growth at Panalpina DHL opens 90m automated warehouse in Singapore Critical need for business skills Indigo launches in Asia Pacific The LSC Conference opens today CCN acquires Flexi fleet Gefco starts operating in Serbia Puma deal to boost social and environmental standards Micro multinational growth beating SMEs says FedEx Prologis spec warehouse for Gothenburg supplychainawards This year sees the 20th anniversary of the industry s premier awards ceremony Logistics Supply Chain s Supply Chain Excellence Awards With innovation at the heart of these Awards these are the accolades for the forward thinkers the experimenters and the early adopters in supply chain and logistics These are the Awards that recognise outstanding achievements whatever the sector size or age of organisation Not only do these Awards give deserved recognition for the achievements within supply chain they provide unparalleled networking opportunities for the foremost decision makers The entry deadline is 1st July 2016 enter now for FREE to make sure you don t miss out supplychainawards Find out how sponsoring the 2016 Awards can help your business contact Katharina Tkatchenko Sales Manager Events Tel 44 0 20 7953 3014 Email katharina tkatchenko akabomedia co uk

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  • How to Enter | Supply Chain Excellence Awards
    user customer If you have any queries please contact us To help entrants we have outlined the following suggested criteria to keep in mind when entering for Industry Sector or Special Category awards INDUSTRY SECTOR AWARDS Criteria for the initial written presentation Core Disciplines Supply chain strategy Innovation Process systems and architecture Organisation Performance management Collaboration Criteria for the second stage organisation presentation if successful in reaching this stage Enthusiasm and passion Commitment of senior management Communication with the wider organisation Scope magnitude of change achievement Evidence of results SPECIAL CATEGORY AWARDS Criteria for the initial written presentation Quality of contribution Significance of innovation to the industry Extent to which the solution creates competitive advantage for the company Depth of application Evidence of business benefits Collaboration with others Criteria for the second stage project presentation if successful in reaching this stage Enthusiasm and passion Commitment of senior management Communication with the wider organisation Scope magnitude of change achievement Evidence of results How to Enter FREE Please note that the focus of these Awards is on end user practitioners within supply chain but we welcome submissions from non end users e g 3PLs 4PLs consultancies when in partnership with an end user customer If you have any queries please contact us The 2016 entry process is now open register here Step 1 REGISTER FOR THE AWARDS Before submitting any entries we ask all participants to register online Registrants will be sent a registration confirmation email providing a unique reference number which lets you log back in to the entry form and submission area online for when you are ready to upload your entries Step 2 DOWNLOAD YOUR ENTRY FORM S The entry form and submission area online gives you access to all of the entry forms available for download These forms

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  • Categories | Supply Chain Excellence Awards
    in organisation and management of a complete supply chain celebrating the best within an entire industry sector and so are among our most revered trophies Automotive For manufacturers and operators of cars and commercial vehicles Consumer Products For manufacturers and suppliers of consumer goods including FMCG CPG from food to fashion tools to toiletries Hi Tech Communications and Electronics For telecoms providers and manufacturers of electronics goods and hi tech equipment from semiconductors to smart consumables Manufacturing incl Industrial and Aerospace NEW for 2016 For manufacturers of industrial plant and equipment including aerospace and defence Public and Third Sectors For public sector and charitable not for profit organisations Retail E tail For supply chains including major multiples department stores and online retailers covering grocery fashion hardware electronics and leisure goods Special Category Awards The Awards recognise excellence in the implementation of a specific project Customer Service and Support For projects that can demonstrate an improvement in customer service and support through more effective management of the supply chain Demand Forecasting and Planning NEW for 2016 For projects with evidence of a demand forecasting and planning project directly improving the supply chain Environmental Improvement For projects that have reduced carbon footprints used resources more efficiently and or minimised waste to the benefit of the supply chain Logistics and Distribution For projects that involve national and or international transport by air sea rail or road which demonstrate an improvement in the efficiency of operations Reverse Logistics NEW for 2016 For projects with evidence of a reverse logistics project directly improving the supply chain Sourcing and Procurement For projects that have improved the performance of the procurement function through innovation and or more effective management of the process Supply Chain Operations For projects that evidence improvement in the supply chain operations of an organisation Supply Chain Strategy and Design For projects that demonstrate benefits to the supply chain through strategic developments in an organisation s operations design management and practice Supply Chain Visibility NEW for 2016 For projects with evidence of a visibility project directly improving the supply chain Technology For projects where the use of technology has had direct and quantifiable benefit to the supply chain Training and Professional Development For projects that have resulted in improvements to the supply chain via strategic use of training and development programmes Warehouse Initiative For projects that involve warehousing which demonstrate an improvement in the efficiency of operations Recognition Awards These Awards cannot be entered Seen as the most prestigious group of Awards these are the ones to aim for and are judged on the merits of entries in the Special and Industry Sector categories as well as via nominations where applicable Innovation in Supply Chain For projects that show a high degree of innovation the judges are looking for new approaches to existing problems as well as innovative approaches to new challenges Best Small Enterprise NEW for 2016 To recognise an entry from a company that is extra special given the size of the

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  • Judges | Supply Chain Excellence Awards
    CCN acquires Flexi fleet Gefco starts operating in Serbia Puma deal to boost social and environmental standards Micro multinational growth beating SMEs says FedEx Prologis spec warehouse for Gothenburg Logistics Supply Chain s Supply Chain Excellence Awards prides itself on the use of independent judges and a strict and impartial process involving both written submissions and face to face presentations With over 250 years experience between our judges for the 2015 Awards see below these awards are the ones that stand out from the crowd these are the ones that make a difference to teams and individuals Judges for the 2016 Awards will be announced nearer the time of the event The 2016 entry process is now open register to enter here for FREE before the 1st July 2016 deadline Second Stage Presentation Judges Stuart Beeby Senior Director European Operations Worldwide Head of Logistics Sotheby s Alastair Charatan Supply Chain Director SIG Distribution Theo de Pencier Former Chief Executive Freight Transport Association Alan Duncan Supply Chain Director Medtrade Products Ltd Guy Dunkerley Director Procurement and Supply Chain EE Professor Janet Godsell Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Strategy Warwick University Dr Sebastian Hauptmann Senior Vice President Supply Chain and Procurement Sky Deutschland Suzanne Jenkins Senior Consultant PwC Mick Jones VP Global Supply Chain Lenovo Mirjana Kavelj Chief of Logistics Development and Supply Chain Office UN World Food Programme Dorothy McCarthy Senior Consultant PwC Sue McGeorge RtC SWAT Director Global S OP Diageo Brodie McMillan Logistics Director Whitbread Trevor Reay Director R D Procurement GSK Ian Shellard Director Former Global Physical Logistics Director RR Aqos Ltd Marc Slegers Vice President Procurement Indirect Telenet NV Chris Sturman Chief Executive Food Storage Distribution Federation Dale Turner Director of Procurement and Supply Chain Skanska Professor Richard Wilding OBE Professor of Supply Chain Strategy Cranfield

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  • Shortlist | Supply Chain Excellence Awards
    Heathrow Airport Limited with Wilson James and Labyrinth Consulting Suzuki GB PLC with Bespoke Distribution Aviation BDA Consumer Products sponsored by DACHSER 2 Sisters Food Group Philips Consumer Lifestyle with flex Sugru with James and James Fulfilment Tulip Food Company Whitbread with Kuehne Nagel Extreme Logistics 10 The Queen s Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment 47 Air Despatch Squadron 13 Air Assault Support Regiment RLC 6 Regiment RLC Operation CATALINA 84 Medical Supply Squadron 9 Regiment RLC British Army Vanguard Enabling Group HQ 104 Brigade Hi Tech Communications and Electronics sponsored by flex EE Rohde Schwarz GmbH Co KG Telefónica UK Public and Third Sectors Department for International Development with Crown Agents and International Procurement Agency CAIPA National Grid PLC NHS South of England Procurement Services Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust with Ingenica Solutions Nottingham Trent University Retail and E Tail Booths with RELEX Solutions Firebox com with arvato UK Ireland Homebase with Kuehne Nagel Mercator with Symphony EYC Vision Direct with Scurri Web Services Waterstones with UTL SPECIAL CATEGORY AWARDS Customer Service and Support sponsored by OpenMarket Cromwell Group EE Philips Consumer Lifestyle with flex Telefónica UK with Redeem Environmental Improvement Spirit Pub Company acquired by Greene King The City of Hamburg with UPS Whitbread with Kuehne Nagel International Operations sponsored by Kuehne Nagel Department for International Development with Crown Agents and International Procurement Agency CAIPA IBM DSS Vác Phase Eight with MIQ Logistics Logistics and Distribution sponsored by Verdion DS Smith Group with SpringTide Heathrow Airport Limited with Wilson James and Labyrinth Consulting News UK and Telegraph Media Group with CEVA Logistics Tayto Group Limited with Bibby Distribution Waterstones with UTL Sourcing and Procurement Belron International Ltd Cofely Ltd with iVeridis UK Flybe Plc with Expense Reduction Analysts John Lewis with Ligentia UK Limited Nottingham Trent University Vodafone Supply Chain

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  • Hall of Fame | Supply Chain Excellence Awards
    RECOGNITION AWARDS Innovation in Supply Chain sponsored by UMS Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment FOX with Cinram GmbH Best SME Scandinavian House with Proximity 3PL of the Year sponsored by CNA Hardy UTL Rising Star sponsored by CEVA Logistics Vincent Hall Manager Supply Chain Engineering DHL International Supply Chain Team of the Year Firebox com with arvato UK Ireland Individual Birgitte Olsen International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Overall Winner sponsored by PwC Waterstones with UTL 2014 WINNERS INDUSTRY SECTOR AWARDS Austere Environments Contingency Logistics World Food Programme Automotive Aerospace Industrial sponsored by Demand Solutions Infineon Technologies Consumer Products sponsored by DACHSER Kimberly Clark with UTL Hi Tech Communications Electronics sponsored by Flextronics Sky Deutschland Public Sector Utilities British Gas Retail E Tail sponsored by Yearsley Logistics John Lewis plc with KNAPP AG SPECIAL CATEGORY AWARDS Customer Service Support Starbucks with Gist E Fulfilment sponsored by Route Genie Sky with Cinram Environmental Improvement The Co operative Food Logistics Distribution sponsored by Cinram Sainsbury s with Allport Cargo Services Sourcing Procurement Matrix APA Supply Chain Operations sponsored by E2open FitFlop Supply Chain Strategy Design sponsored by Supply Chain Standard British Gas Technology sponsored by Logistics Manager British American Tobacco Training Professional Development sponsored by Unipart Logistics Nisa with DHL Warehouse Initiative sponsored by IntraLogisteX John Lewis plc with KNAPP AG RECOGNITION AWARDS Best SME sponsored by Norbert Dentressangle Tangle Teezer 3PL of the Year Kuehne Nagel Rising Star sponsored by Allport Cargo Services Rhiannon Stone UTL Team of the Year sponsored by KNAPP 27 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps Individual sponsored by Supply Chain Standard Richard Hunt CBE Chairman The London Ambulance Service Overall Winner sponsored by PwC British Gas 2013 WINNERS SPECIAL CATEGORIES Customer Service Support sponsored by Supply Chain Standard Telefónica UK with DHL Supply Chain E Fulfilment Whittard of Chelsea with Dalepak Environmental Improvement Diageo Logistics Distribution Andrew Page with Hatmill Sourcing Procurement sponsored by Achilles GlaxoSmithKline Supply Chain Operations sponsored by Hughenden Consulting Vodafone with E2open Supply Chain Strategy Design sponsored by Flextronics Tesco Technology Costa Express with ToolsGroup Training Professional Development sponsored by Unipart Logistics Henkel AG Co KGaA INDUSTRY SECTOR CATEGORIES Automotive Aerospace Defence sponsored by Demand Solutions Jaguar Land Rover with Unipart Logistics Consumer Products Spirit Pub Company with Kuehne Nagel Energy Utilities Transport BP Healthcare Pharmaceuticals GlaxoSmithKline Hi Tech Communications Electronics sponsored by Logistics Manager Telefónica UK with DHL Supply Chain Retail E Tail sponsored by BiS Henderson Consulting Argos with Kuehne Nagel RECOGNITION AWARDS Best SME Hotel Chocolat 3PL of the Year DHL Supply Chain Rising Star sponsored by Yusen Logistics Hollie Bradshaw Travis Perkins Team of the Year Sony DADC UK with The Logistics Business Individual sponsored by Akabo Media Dino Rocos Operations Director John Lewis Partnership Overall Winner sponsored by PwC Jaguar Land Rover with Unipart Logistics 2012 WINNERS SPECIAL CATEGORIES Contribution to Environmental Improvement Climate Change SPAR UK with Oakland International Contribution to Environmental Improvement Recycling BSkyB with UTL Customer Service Support sponsored by Potter Group Logistics

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  • Host and Entertainment | Supply Chain Excellence Awards
    wonderfully dry wit and a lifetime s business experience tell you exactly what he thinks of the contestants Hewer s PR firm was selected to represent Amstrad in the eighties and soon became responsible for media handling of all Alan Sugar s business and charitable activities For over 20 years Nick played an integral part in Amstrad s management structure He also built a long and impressive client list including the Secretariat of HH The Aga Khan and the wife of the ruler of Dubai the late Sheikh Maktoum as well a number of British and international companies After selling the business Nick withdrew to his house in south west France but having become firm friends with Alan he was called to negotiate on his behalf with the Apprentice producers The tables were turned when Sugar persuaded Nick to take an on screen role and promised to negotiate his fees I fought hard against it he says but he cajoled me in a muscular sort of way Taking to television like a duck to water Nick has since amassed a string of credits from Have I Got News For You and Farm Fixer to The Town That Never Retired Nick and Margaret Too Many Immigrants and Countdown to Freetown Nick Hewer and his original opposite number Margaret Mountford became surprising stars of the hit reality show Nick s after dinner speech takes audiences behind the scenes before turning into an extended question and answer session With The Apprentice consistently topping the ratings there is never any shortage of questions After Hours Entertainment Entertainment includes a casino with tables such as blackjack and roulette all just for fun of course and always provides a fantastic networking opportunity so whether you win or not you ll come away with invaluable contacts A

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  • Venue | Supply Chain Excellence Awards
    0 20 7493 8000 For your information Google map of the venue Venue directions Venue website Accommodation While we do not offer accommodation with any passes we may have preferential rates available if applicable we will publish more information on this website nearer the time of the event We do recommend searching via online booking services as well as you may find different rates that might be more suitable for your needs Directions Please note that these directions are provided courtesy of the venue and the organisers cannot accept responsibility so we advise you to check your travel arrangements and route beforehand The London Hilton on Park Lane is located on prestigious Park Lane in the heart of Mayfair and overlooks Hyde Park All areas of Central London are easily accessible including the main shopping districts of Knightsbridge Bond Street and Regent Street as well as many London attractions like Buckingham Palace which is only a 10 minute walk The hotel is just five minutes from Hyde Park Corner or Green Park underground stations by foot or you can take one of the several bus routes from our doorstep The Heathrow Express rail service runs to London s Paddington Station where you can take a taxi directly to the London Hilton on Park Lane hotel The Gatwick Express rail service runs directly to London s Victoria Station where taxis are also available for the 10 minute car journey Getting to the hotel from the north by car From the north via the M1 A41 head for Central London and the West End Travel west along Oxford Street and then south onto Park Lane Getting to the hotel from the south by car From the south take the A23 head for Central London and the West end cross Vauxhall Bridge A202

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