SCALA are thrilled to be hosting some of the finest names in the supply chain industry, featuring representatives from telematics, warehouse management software, governing bodies centred around the transport and food sectors, and more. We take a huge amount of pride in working with such important members of the supply chain and logistics world, so here’s some information about the different organisations that are making the SCALA Annual Supply Chain Debate 2017 possible.
Company Name: Toyota Material Handling
Overview: Toyota Material Handling is the world’s number 1 supplier of forklifts and warehousing equipment. Though Toyota are a household name brand known all throughout the world for their engineering prowess, the company’s UK facilities serve as a sales and service organisation, providing customers with both new and used forklifts and warehouse equipment, along with their network of independent dealers. A comprehensive range of counterbalance forklifts, warehouse equipment and supporting services are supplied throughout the UK direct from Toyota Material Handling and supplemented by a dedicated, strategically positioned dealer network. Visit the links below for more information – we’re thrilled to be having TMH’s sponsorship for the Supply Chain Debate once again.
Company Name: Indigo WMS
Overview: Indigo is a leading Global warehousing and logistics provider, implementing warehouse management software either on premise or in the Cloud for customers in the UK, Europe and APAC. In fact, they have dozens of happy and referenceable customers. Established for over 37 years, we deliver and support a total warehouse management system with competence, expertise and integrity in a mission critical environment. Their team of highly knowledgeable consultants have “real world” experience in warehouse settings therefore you are guaranteed to receive a practical and business process focused solution rather than a purely IT led solution.
Company Name: AutoLogic Systems
Overview: AutoLogic Systems provides specialist supply chain and simulation modelling software, together with consultancy services for a range of industries. Their solutiosn will enable you to plan, test, and optimise your supply chain in the areas of packaging, pallet planning, vehicle loading, system simulation and finally transport scheduling and tracking. Their clients are mainly UK-based (though they operate in Ireland and Africa as well) but AutoLogic Systems also offer vehicle routing and scheduling services throughout Europe and consultancy services worldwide.
Company Name: Microlise
Overview: Microlise fleet management solutions help vehicle operators to reduce the cost and environmental impact of their fleet operations. The company does this by tracking commercial vehicles to help fleet managers maximise utilisation, increase efficiency, and improve safety and driver performance. Microlise work with fleet operators such as Maritime, MAN, Brit European, NFT, Nationwide Platforms and Carlsberg. Delivering telematics, journey management, and proof of delivery solutions, Microlise products help fleet managers to deliver the very best customer experience by providing real-time visibility of vehicles against schedule. The company has helped customers reduce CO2 output by 472,000 metric tonnes per year, and has saved them over £210m in fuel costs.
Company Names: FSDF, CILT
Overview: The Food Storage & Distribution Federation exists to provide the organisational and functional structure for companies involved in or associated with the UK food and drink storage and distribution industry to join together and address issues of common interest. The FSDF also aims to provide services and support specifically designed for food and drink logistics operators in all sectors of the UK economy, represent the interest of the food and drink logistics sector at the highest level to Government, academia and other trade associates, and raise the profile and perspective of the industry as a big part of the UK economy. The organisation also provides opportunities for members to meet to network amongst themselves and other external, political, academic and scientific organisations and specialists.
The CILT have also sponsored the Annual Supply Chain Debate for a number of years and serves as the membership organisation for professionals involved in the movement of goods and people and their associated supply chains. Members of the Institute are involved in the management and design of infrastructure, systems, processes and information flows and in the creation, management and development of effective organisations. The work of their members impacts directly on people, society and the environment, on business profitability and economic growth, and the organisation is dedicated to enhancing knowledge, careers, and businesses by setting, supporting and delivering professional standards and education, and by promoting logistics, transport and their associated supply chains to society as a whole.
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