Supply Chain Excellence 2020 awards shortlist revealed

Supply Chain Excellence 2020 awards shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the 24th Supply Chain Excellence Awards has been announced, with some 70 businesses recognised for excellence.

All shortlisted entries will make presentations to the Awards judges later this month, in a bid to be a winner at the glittering ceremony at London’s Park Lane Hilton on 12th November.

Leading the way with nominations are Wincanton, shortlisted four times with Ella’s Kitchen and Kraft Heinz. Following on three nominations are areospace logistics firm B&H Worldwide; DHL; Gist; SuperDry; Tesco; Unipart and XPO Logistics .

All will have to work hard in September to impress the 32 -strong judging panel of experienced supply chain industry leaders in order to win at a ceremony that will celebrate all that supply chain has achieved in 2020. Make sure to check logisticsmanager.com for more details about the evening.

Sky CP wins the Overall Award at the Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2019

This year the awards are sponsored by Clipper Logistics; DP World; Geek + and Unipart Logistics.

Last year Sky took the Overall Award at the 2019 Supply Chain Excellence Awards. It saw some strong competition from the likes of Primark Stores with PAC-D; Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust with Ingencia Solutions and Heineken UK with Tradeteam.

The Supply Chain Excellence Awards were launched in 1997 and have grown to become the benchmark for supply chain best practice.

Construction Supply Chain Excellence Award

Battersea Power Station Development Company and Logistics Partners Consultancy Ltd

Tesco with Fit Out UK

Etex with XPO Logistics

British Gypsum with XPO Logistics

Food and Drink Supply Chain Excellence Award

Simply Supply Chain with Futura Foods

Ella’s Kitchen with Wincanton

Tesco with Fit Out UK

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Healthcare & Pharma Supply Chain Excellence Award

Guys & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and CEVA Logistics

OrderWise and London Ambulance Service

CitySprint with Viapath

NHS with Unipart

Alexandra

Henkel win The Flex Award for Supply Chain Innovation in 2019

Manufacturing Supply Chain Excellence Award

B&H Worldwide

Husqvarna Group with Logility

2A Spa

Retail Supply Chain Excellence Award Sponsored by DP World

KinKind with Omni Channel Fulfilment

ASDA with Packaging by Quadient & Clipper Logistics

ZigZag Global

Superdry with Hikrobot and Invar Systems

Waterstones and Unipart Logistics

Technology Supply Chain Excellence Award

Superdry with Hikrobot and Invar Systems

Infineon Technologies

Telefonica (O2)

Best Use of Robotics Award Sponsored by Unipart Logistics

Superdry with Hikrobot and Invar Systems

Boots with Locus Robotics

Sourcing and Procurement Award

Tesco with Fit Out UK

CharterSync Ltd with Jota Aviation

Primark were among the winners at the Supply Chain Excellence Awards in 2019

Supply Chain Innovation Award

Fargo Systems with Genesee & Wyoming

ZigZag Global

Infineon Technologies

Kraft Heinz with Wincanton

Wavin with XPO Logistics

CBRE

Supply Chain Operations Award Sponsored by Clipper Logistics

DHL Supply Chain & National Grid

B&H Worldwide

CEVA Logistics with Nutricia

Supply Chain Strategy & Design Award

Oxford University Press with CEVA Logistics

White Stuff and Ligentia

OrderWise and London Ambulance Service

DHL with Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS)

Supply Chain Visibility Award

Gist with Starbucks

Knauf UK with Sixfold

Metro Shipping & LANXESS

Kolonial.no and RELEX Solutions

Sustainability Award

ASDA with Packaging by Quadient & Clipper Logistics

Ella’s Kitchen with Wincanton

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Kolonial.no and RELEX Solutions

Warehouse Initiative

Eddie Stobart with AG BARR

DHL Supply Chain & National Grid

B&H Worldwide

Kraft Heinz with Wincanton

N Brown and Dematic

NHS with Unipart

Rising Star

Lloyd Morris, site manager at Gist Coventry

Siobhan, site manager at Gist

Aisa Ali, shipping co-ordinator at CEVA Logistics

Samantha Marosvari, XPO Logistics

You can now book your table for the night of the year in supply chain, and join those shortlisted in a celebration of the very best of the industry in 2020.

Meet the Sponsors

Clipper Logistics: Founded in 1992, Clipper Logistics plc has been a leader in retail logistics for more than two decades, operating in over 44 sites within the UK and Europe. Clipper is known for its consultative approach, constantly responding to rapid change through innovation, and for working alongside some of the biggest names in retail including John Lewis, ASOS, and Superdry.

DP World: DP World London Gateway is the UK’s most integrated logistics hub, comprising of a state-of-the-art, semi-automated, deep-sea container terminal and Europe’s largest development space for warehousing and distribution facilities.

Geek+: Geek+ is a global technology company specialising in smart logistics. We provide a comprehensive line of logistics robots and solutions to help businesses realise smart logistics transformation. Currently, Geek+ has deployed more than 10,000 AMR robots worldwide, leading the global smart logistics revolution.

Unipart Logistics: Unipart Logistics provides logistics, manufacturing and consultancy services across the automotive, technology, retail and utilities sectors. It develops intelligent supply chain management and consultancy solutions that deliver competitive advantage through services including; dynamic order fulfilment, just in time production logistics, returns and repair avoidance, maximising the value of returns, same day repair and end to end engineer support.

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