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Savoye launches free logistics surgery sessions for food and drinks sector

Visitors to this year’s Food & Drinks Logistics Show (NEC, Birmingham 25-27 March 2012) will have a unique opportunity to discuss their warehousing and distribution challenges in confidence with one of the country’s leading supply chain practitioners. In support of the UK food and drinks industry, the global warehouse automation specialist Savoye, is offering a limited number of free consultancy sessions to logistics and warehouse managers facing strategic challenges.

Savoye has vast global experience in the food and drinks sector, providing solutions to drinks manufacturers, food processors, frozen and chilled food companies and the meat industry. The automation specialist prides itself on taking a consultative approach to warehouse development, working with a range of other best in class solutions providers where required to deliver world-class warehouse integration.

Martin Elliott, Savoye’s business development director, will be holding a series of consultancy surgeries during the show for visitors to consider current warehousing issues that they may be facing. He said: "We have found that many warehouse managers and distribution directors find themselves painted into a corner when considering the various strategic options for their warehouse development. Just ten minutes spent reconsidering a challenge can bring a whole new perspective to a problem, opening up new alternative solutions that were perhaps not even imagined before. We’re hoping these informal one to one sessions will be of value to the industry.

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