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Rethinking Supply Chain Strategy at the CILT Mobility & Supply Chain Summit

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Join us at the inaugural CILT Mobility & Supply Chain Summit taking place March 28th and 29th at the Royal Marine Hotel, Dún Laoghaire. This event promises to showcase a dynamic approach to rethinking supply chain strategy sustainably and explore how customs changes will mould the future of the supply chain. 

This is the anchor event in Ireland’s first ever Logistics and Supply Chain Skills Week, promoted by the Department of Transport.

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Who Will Be Attending?

Best selling author of ‘Logistics and Supply Chain Management,’ Emeritus Professor Martin Christopher is the keynote speaker for the event. Professor Christopher is a world-class logistics and supply chain master for over thirty years. He became one of the first to recognise that the real competition is between apply chains not companies and has sought to identify ways in which supply chain excellence can be achieved and sustained. 

Mark McKeever is currently a director in PwC Ireland, which is the largest professional services firm in Ireland, providing integrated audit, tax and advisory services in Ireland and internationally. McKeever holds over 20 years of experience working in both consulting and industry advising a wide range of clients in the Retail, Consumer Goods and Pharma industry sectors. 

Tom Ferris is a self-employed consultant economist with vast experience of both the public sector and the private realm. Ferris specialises in Transport, Regulation & Public Sector Governance. He was Senior Economist in the Department of Transport of the Irish Government until February 2006. Since then, he has been undertaking various consultancy projects for the World Bank, the OECD, the Business Regulation Forum, & the High Level Group on Business Regulation.

Mike Higgins is the creator of Circularewise, which is a company made up of strategic advisers on the development of ‘circularity’ based business models for product producers, reuse processing partners and inventive waste stream transformation ventures. The company champions the ‘Circular Economy’ adoption in terms of it enabling organisations to greatly reduce supply chain costs, gain competitive advantage and achieve sustainability excellence in recovering optimal operational and financial values.

John Mee is an accomplished and experienced Supply Chain professional with a first class record of international achievements across multiple industry sectors. Mee is also a Global Director of Supply Chain of Trinity Biotech with highly developed skills in supply chain management, business analytics, creative problem solving, and business strategy.

Jack Chambers is the Fianna Fáil TD for Dublin West. He is Minister of State, attending Cabinet, in the Department of Transport and the Department of the Environment, Climate & Communications. He previously served as the Government Chief Whip and was also Minister of State for Sport, the Gaeltacht & Defence.

A full list of included speakers at the conference to look out for:

The list of these experienced speakers will unveil everything to do with the supply chain, helping you dive into the four sections from optimising fees, increasing operational efficiency, strengthening regulatory compliance and improving trading opportunities through exploring duty optimisation, operational efficiency, control and risk mitigation and trade performance.


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