Business in the Nuclear Sector – Building a sustainable supply chain programme – Workshop & Exhibition
Time & Location
About the Event
The Nuclear sector is showing significant growth with substantial business opportunities for its supply chain. Businesses in Warrington are uniquely placed to collaborate, share and lead the transformation towards a sustainable future for their products and services.
This workshop is aimed at businesses committed to providing innovative, high-quality products and services whilst addressing the increased demand for solutions to environmental issues reducing environmental impact.
In this most challenging economic climate, many businesses recognise that embedding sustainable practices now will greatly enhance their future prospects.
Sustainability is integral to all aspects of work at Sellafield Ltd. This presentation will provide both current and potential suppliers with an opportunity to learn more about the “journey”.
TRANSFORMING YOUR BUSINESS – SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Taking action on climate change is essential now for all businesses. Resource efficiency in energy and waste management are just two of the special advice topics which can help improve environmental performance and cut costs delivered by Groundwork Cheshire to both large and small businesses.
The list of exhibitors together with contact details will be sent to all participants.
: Business in the Community
: Groundwork Cheshire
: Hosokawa Micron
: Holiday Inn IHG Hotels
: MEPC Birchwood Park
: Metalflex Ltd
: NSG Environmental Ltd
: Nuclear Institute
: Tender Management
09:00h Exhibition and Refreshments [08:00h Exhibition set up]
09:30h Presentation – Sustainability
10:00h Presentation – Transforming your Business
10:30h Presentation – What Makes a Winning Tender
11:00h Exhibition and Refreshments
12:30h Exhibition Closes
Robert Astall - Head of Supply Chain Management, Sellafield Ltd
Greville Kelly - Director, Groundwork Cheshire
Mike Raynor - Bid Director, Tender Management
Birchwood Park Conference Centre is hosting the event.
The event is being organised by Birchwood Forum, the business network for Birchwood, with the support of Sellafield Ltd, MEPC Birchwood Park, Nuclear Institute and NWDA Nuclear Forum.
Further information on the activities of Birchwood Forum are available from Susan Spibey either by email, telephone or mobile.
Birchwood Forum Telephone: 01925 827812 Chadwick House Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Birchwood Park Website: www.birchwoodforum.com
Warrington WA3 6AE Mobile: 07714 245 745