Academy Attends Forum Event
Representatives from the Supply Chain Academy and Uniserve recently spoke about intelligent vehicle monitoring / driver monitoring and behaviour at the North London Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise (NLCCE) forum event on 27th June.
The Supply Chain Academy are official partners of the NLCCE, which allows them to equip members with end-to-end supply chain understanding through impartial advice and in the long term, training and consultancy.
Along with the Supply Chain Academy, forum members include: Sony, Siemens, Coca-Cola, Kelvin Hughes, Camden Brewery, Builder Depot and more.
Commenting on the forum, Alex Mortimer, Supply Chain Academy Director said: “The Supply Chain Academy is excited to be working with the North London Chamber on this ‘Transport & Logistics’ forum”.
“Supply Chain Management (SCM) is an important part of every organisation, whether small or large. SCM is the active management of supply chain activities to maximise customer value and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage, and that is what we are all exploring together in this forum”
Opened in 2012 by Lord Digby Jones, the Supply Chain Academy is owned by the Uniserve Group; the UK’s Leading Independent Logistics and Trade Management Provider.
The Supply Chain Academy is the only worldwide learning centre that focuses solely on the supply chain; offering high level insight and tuition for executives through our exceptional facilities. The Supply Chain Academy is proud to be part of this partnership and is looking forward to contributing to helping the sector overcome challenges.
For more information on the forum, our NLCCE partnership, or how the Supply Chain Academy can help your business, please contact Alex Mortimer (SCA’s Commercial Director) on email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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