Automotive Logistics UK, 4th December

This year Automotive Logistics UK will be held at the Jaguar Experience, Castle Bromwich.

With uncertainty over trade and the significant decline in investment in the UK automotive logistics sector, there has never been a more critical moment for logistics service providers to support customers in the automotive sector in preparing for the challenges ahead.

UKWA will be playing an important role at the upcoming Automotive Logistics UK event, which includes a series of interactive ‘Think Tanks’ focusing on key areas, such as:

  • UK ports & processing
  • Container and packaging management
  • Aftermarket: Customer expectations for next-day and same-day parts delivery
  • Customs clearance post-Brexit
  • Next Generation Warehouse

An exclusive tour of the Jaguar plant will be included during the day and will enable you to see first-hand the entire manufacturing process for the high performance F-Type, as well as gain insight into how the plant is preparing to building the new, all-electric XJ starting next year.

UKWA CEO Peter Ward will be one of the key speakers at Automotive Logistics UK 2019.

Book now to attend and claim your exclusive discount of 15% as a UKWA member.

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If you’re a member of UKWA and you work for tier suppliers/OEMs in the automotive sector, you are eligible for a free pass, with the code UKWAVIP:

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Filed under: Supported Exhibitions

Tagged with: automotive logistics, Containers and Packaging Management, Customs clearance post-Brexit, same day parts delivery, UK ports and processing

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