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  • Ease your Brexit concerns at the Total Supply Chain Summit

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    With Brexit looming, and with raised concerns that we should expect a turbulent economic and commerce environment, the Total Supply Chain Summit will give you the opportunity to take a step back and gain some clarity.

    It takes place on 20 & 21 May 2019 at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire, and is completely FREE to attend.

    The event will put you in touch with new suppliers who match your requirements and upcoming projects, while seminars will provide practical advice and take-home tips.

    And you’ll have the opportunity to network with peers who share the same challenges and concerns as you.

    Just 65 supply chain professionals will be attending the Summit. Amongst those already confirmed to attend are:

    Amara Living – Head of Fulfilment and Logistics
    Aromatherapy Associates – Demand Planner
    Asda – Regional Planning Manager
    Chemex International – MD
    Direct Imaging Supplies – Logistics Manager
    DS Smith – Logistics Director
    Grunenthal – Head of Supply Chain & Procurement
    Knighton Foods – Supply Chain Manager
    Lidl – Warehouse Manager
    L’Oreal – Operations Manager
    MeriraGT – Logistics Operations Manager
    Newsprinters – Strategy & Project Planning Manager
    Philip Kingsley Products – Operations Director
    Precision Refrigeration – Supply Chain Manager
    Radius Systems – Logistics Manager
    RB – Warehouse and Logistics Manager
    Selfridges & Co – Supply Chain Manager
    Smithfield Foods – Supply Chain Director
    Vega Europe – Supply Chain Director
    Wow Food and Drink – Head of Operations

    Simply register your place here.

    Don’t miss out! There are only a limited number of VIP places available.

    Or for more information call Katie Bullot on 01992 374049 or email k.bullot@forumevents.co.uk.

    To attend as a supplier, call Chris Cannon on 01992 374096 or email c.cannon@forumevents.co.uk.


    Stuart O'Brien

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