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Evening Seminar: What is next for the Supply Chain in the Solent? Event

Origin: 
Southampton Management School
Solent maritime
Time:
18:00 - 20:00
Date:
14 June 2011
Venue:
Room 1019, Building 58a - Southampton Management School, Executive Education Centre, University of Southampton, Highfield Campus, SO17 1BJ

For more information regarding this event, please telephone Tarsha Jonas on 023 8059 9340 or email busdev@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

The supply chain mapping project for the businesses having an interest in the Maritime sector in the wider Solent region has produced a map of opportunities to aim for and identified some needed developments to make success possible.

The total spend identified was £560 million for sales of £1.9 billion, in over 500 companies employing 19,000 people but not enough of the money stayed in the region and that is where the opportunities lie. There are real market opportunities to be aimed for in the region and we want to help make that happen.

This seminar will be led by the team that did the mapping and they will present and discuss the results of the project and promote discussions about what can be done next.

Part of this will be to discuss a particular programme of business focused Supply Chain Improvement workshops which will be run after the summer break. These are designed to help companies identify their emerging Supply Chain Strategies to target these business opportunities and to define and plan an implementation path in the months ahead.

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Speaker information

Professor Douglas Macbeth,Douglas Macbeth is Director of Business Development and Professor of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management in the School of Management. He has worked with SCMG since 1990 when the company was created as a spin-out from the University of Glasgow.

Martin Murphy,SCMG Ltd ,Martin Murphy has been Managing Director of SCMG Ltd since 1992. The company has worked on very many consulting assignments in the UK and abroad but the one most relevant to this presentation is work done to map the supply chain for the Aerospace and Defence supply chain across Scotland and it is this expertise that is engaged in the Solent MIP project. The company and the School have also been successful bidders for other projects and the interaction with specialised groups is one that the School is keen to promote for mutual benefit.

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