AEB (International) Ltd, a leading provider of supply chain logistics software, has joined UKWA.

Joining UKWA will enable AEB to take advantage of a broad range of benefits including professional knowledge exchanges, networking with other members and industry experts on relevant industry matters, raising awareness for warehouse related trends and challenges, and options to join various events and industry gatherings. AEB will have the opportunity to provide expert input on supply chain management and global trade management topics, and benefit from the vast wealth of knowledge across the UKWA membership. AEB will also feature in the UKWA’s comprehensive trade directory “ the essential industry guide for anyone looking to select providers for solutions in and around the warehouse.

Claire Umney, AEB’s General Manager, said: We are delighted to join the UK Warehousing Association and look forward to meeting our fellow members and engaging in industry discussions. As a provider of software, consultancy and services for end-to-end supply chain management, we understand the warehouses’ crucial role at the operational centre of complex supply chain networks. We offer solutions that support various business strategies to efficiently manage and operate warehouses and distribution centres with an integrated approach to upstream and downstream logistics processes, including shipping documentation, freight cost management and customs management. With the warehouse both an integral part of global supply chains and positioned at the centre of AEB’s solutions portfolio, it was important for us to become an official member of UKWA, and we are happy to be part of it.

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