This award recognises supply chain excellence from any organisation that has displayed innovation in the supply chain over the past 12 months and can demonstrate the results achieved. The winner must demonstrate a successful relationship between customers and suppliers at any level of the supply chain, where innovation, sustainability, value and efficiency have led to productive collaborations.
The project should include more than one aspect of supply chain management such as sourcing, stock management, production planning, materials management, distribution, transport, warehousing etc. It should already be implemented for the greater part and have delivered proven and measurable results.
- Explain in 250 words how they have improved back of store productivity, stock availability and customer service levels.
- Define in 100 words the results and the benefits.