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CILT Warehouse and Materials Handling Forum

Collaboration for Sustainable Logistics Thursday 25 June Tate Liverpool Albert Dock Liverpool L3 4BB 16.00 for 16.30 hrs
The North West Region and Materials Handling Forum of CILT are hosting a networking meeting at the Tate Liverpool on 25th June. The event will hear speakers from major companies discuss Collaboration for Sustainable Logistics to provide a networking event with senior logisticians to discuss the issues of the day that will give examples where efficiency can be enhanced and productivity improved through collaboration between organisations to deliver sustainable solutions.
The Event will also be supported by The United Kingdom Warehouse Keepers Association, Liverpool University, Mersey Maritime and UK Ports and Logistics
4:00 pm Arrival, registration, afternoon tea
4:30 pm The Debate
Simon Reynish CMILT, North West Region Chairman, CILT, will make a short introduction. CILT is the premier professional body for all engaged in the movement of goods and people and design and operation of supply chains.

The programme will include Ian Stansfield MILT, Logistics Director of ASDA and Graham Wall of PD Ports outlining the benefits of Port Centric Logistics. Richard Martin from The Port of Liverpool and a speaker from the Stobart Group, Simon Taylor UK Ports and Logistics and Ian Higby of Atlantic Container Lines will also present their views on Collaboration.

There will be question and answers at the end of each presentation and a short debate at the end. Bernard Molloy FCILT, CILT Warehouse and Materials Handling Forum Chairman will Chair the Debate.
6:30 pm. Drinks, light refreshments and networking.
8:30 Depart
Bookings to be made via Membership Services, Tel: +44(0)1536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting Event Code WHM011
There is no charge for the event however there will be a £50 charge for places booked and delegates that do not show.

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