Webinar: The impact on logistics supply chains after Brexit, 29th April 2pm

Supply-chain operations across the UK and EU are under pressure like never before. The pandemic, Brexit and outdated fulfilment models are all contributing to a major rethink on how supply chains operate.

In this free to attend webinar, hosted by Logistics Manager and Locus Robotics, Denis Niezgoda, Vice President for Europe at Locus, Peter Ward, CEO at UK Warehousing Association, and Stephen Murrell, Senior Director of CSO, Manhattan Associates, will offer valuable thought leadership on what companies need to do to address the challenges and develop more sustainable models of operation in the ‘new normal’.

Denis Niezgoda will expand on how Locus’ award-winning AMR solution helps retailers, 3PLs, and specialty warehouses overcome fulfilment challenges by easy scaling to meet periods of peak demand, such as those experienced during lockdown. He will also explain how the Locus solution integrates seamlessly into existing warehouse infrastructures without disrupting workflows, instantly transforming productivity.

Reasons to attend:

  • Critical business insight – delivering important and actionable intelligence to share amongst development teams to improve supply chain management
  • Engaging thought leadership – learn the best strategies from experts in the field
  • Interaction discussion – pose questions to those in a position to deliver the best advice

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