Emile Naus to speak at CILT event: The Sustainable Supply Chain
Can your business reduce waste through supply chain flexibility?
When: 4th July 2017
Where: No 1 London Gateway, Stanford Le Hope, SS17 9DY
The economic cost of ‘supply chain’ food and drink waste is estimated at around £5 billion. Leading retailers and their trading partners are now looking at reducing food and drink waste in the supply chain; highlighting how collaborative working can reduce waste. Waste is a by-product of an unhealthy supply chain, whether it be food, product, transport, or cost based. Waste is impossible to eliminate; however solutions are available to minimise it.
All businesses must also balance efficiency with contingency, and in today’s global supply chain we must ask how can we minimise waste and remain flexible.
Speakers from the Supply Chain, Retail, and Sustainability industries will discuss this topic in detail and how they see how supply chain solutions can reduce wastage and if these solutions can also maintain an agile supply chain.
- Emile Naus, Partner and Technical Director, LCP Consulting
- David Bateman, Group Managing Director, SH Pratt Group
- Steve Malkin, Founder of The Planet Mark
- Oliver Treneman, Park Development Director, DP World London Gateway
This event will showcase the ways in which companies can:
- Minimise waste Examine supply chain assets
- Identify best practice process and procedures
- Deliver commercial benefits that are embedded and sustainable
- Minimising empty transport journeys
- Contribute to environmental and commercial sustainability
By the end of the day you will have identified innovative ways to reduce wastage by changing elements within your supply chain.
This unique event will be held at DP World London Gateway, a state of the art deep sea container port and logistics park, where guests will also be able to go on a tour of the premises to view live operations and the latest developments.
Emile Naus is a recognised leader in supply chain and has a wealth of supply chain experience from both consulting and operational roles.
Before joining LCP he was Logistics Development Manager for Mayne Nickless, North America. He was also Head of Logistics Strategy at M&S and long Term Planning Manager at Tesco. In both roles he was heavily involved in procurement, design and implementation of property, as well as the development of retail strategy.
He consults in a variety of different industries, including retail, FMCG, wholesale and trading.
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