Webinar: Enterprise Ireland – Warehousing in the UK, 29th March 2022, 11am

In collaboration with the UK Warehousing Association (UKWA), Enterprise Ireland UK will profile the challenges presented for Irish companies looking to source warehousing solutions in the UK, with speakers, including  Paul Johnson, Managing Director, Model Logic Ltd, Clare Bottle, Chief Executive,UKWA and Neil Bowker, Director, Bowker Group and Chair of UKWA, providing expert advice for Irish companies in the market.

From Brexit-related supply chain constraints through to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Irish companies are facing increasing challenges to their supply chains across the Irish Sea. Warehousing space is at an all-time low in the UK and companies have reported challenges finding space and increasing costs for holding stock in the UK.

In this webinar, Enterprise Ireland will launch its new Guide to Warehousing in the UK, which was produced by Paul Johnson, Model Logic Ltd in collaboration with the UKWA. On the webinar, Paul will introduce the report and give an overview of the key considerations an Irish company should make when sourcing warehousing solutions in the UK.

Following the launch of the report, we will have a panel discussion which will cover the state of the market in the UK and their advice for Irish companies.

If you have any questions ahead of the webinar, please contact:Jack Counihan, Market Executive – Ports and Logistics jack.counihan@enterprise-ireland.com

Kevin Fennelly, UK Market Advisor – Engineering kevin.fennelly@enterprise-ireland,com

Filed under: Supported Exhibitions

Tagged with: Enterprise Ireland, Warehousing in the UK

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