Location: Bord Bia Offices, Dublin 2
Date: 10th September 2018
Time: 09.30 – 17.00
Supply chain logistics and distribution is a key challenge facing the Irish food and drinks industry. The Barometer has identified Lead Times, Supply Chain Partners and costs as key challenges. These findings tell us that Irish food and drink companies are likely to face increased costs in their supply chain in the short and medium term. Companies will need to assess or audit the preparations of their supply chain partners, market access routes and their raw material sourcing channels.
Workshops focusing on fresh and chilled goods are scheduled to assist clients in identifying the most effective distribution and logistics strategies to supply the relevant channels in the UK, other EU and international markets. This will include cost reduction strategies, assisting in reviewing current and identifying new supply chain partners and an overview of managing customs and other emerging risks. It will also address customs compliance and other trade issues.
10.00: Brexit Barometer 2018 Update - Shane Hamill
10.20: Introduction to Bord Bia's MSc Supply Chain Management Programme
10.35: Session 1 - Customs and Tariffs: emerging complexities in the supply chain
- Preparing the correct paperwork
- Questions to ask supply chain partners
- Trusted Trade Status
11.50: Coffee Break
12.05: Introduction to Workshops
12.20: Session 2 - Designing more effective supply chains
- Reducing Costs
- Smart Supply Chains
- Logistics Issues
- Co-opetition - Can it work for distribution?
14.20: Session 3 - How to select and manage your logistics partners
- Service criticality - How should you vary your approach?
- Procurement process – What are the 7 steps to successful procurement?
- Risk management – What should you look out for when selecting a partner?
- Key performance indicators (KPIs) – Are KPIs required and how should they be used?
15.30: Session 4 - One to one consultations with Model Logic and BDO (optional)
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