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Achieving Growth in UK-Centric Supply Chains  at Peter Brotherhood  12 November 2019  

Join us for a practical workshop, delivered in partnership with MAKE UK. 
 
The session will focus on manufacturers’ supply chain readiness to enable products to be launched faster, to improve business resilience, greater reliability and reduce costs. 
 
Hear from supply chain experts from academia and industry whilst being on site at Peter Brotherhood who have products based across more than 100 countries around the world. 
This workshop will utilise the uniquely developed Aston University Supply Chain Readiness Level Tool (SCRL) to help manufacturers to understand: 
How to assess the Technology, Manufacturing and Supply Chain Readiness of their businesses. 
The concept of Three-Dimensional Concurrent Engineering (3DCE), the associated benefits and trade-offs 
How to implement 3DCE and make it an integral part of the new product development process to launch their products faster, more reliably and at lower total costs than their competitors. 
Risk management strategies 
 
The workshop will give you an opportunity to hear from the supply chain experts from both academia and industry and you will receive: 
Report and Action Plan 
Academic change implementation support 
Referrals to additional support to help you move the plan forwards 
Why attend? 
 
Manage risk and improve resilience 
Improved new product launch 
Reduce costs 
Understand capabilities in greater detail 
 
Who Should Attend? 
 
Managers/Directors with supply chain responsibility 
Managing Directors/CEOs 
Operations Managers/Directors 
Purchasing Managers/Directors 
Funding will be available for SMEs in the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Combined Authority area 
 
AGENDA 
 
9.30am Registration & Networking 
 
10am – 1pm Workshop & Expert Speakers 
 
Meet Our Experts: 
 
Dr Aristides Matopoulos – Reader (Associate Professor) in Supply Chain Design & Logistics Systems. With extensive experience in industrial research collaborators including working with Jaguar Land Rover, Williams Advanced Engineering, Saietta Group, MCT Reman, Microcab, Goodfloo, Marks & Spencer, AB Vassilopoulos, and many small and medium size companies. 
 
Dr Brian Price – Lecturer, School of Engineering Systems & Management. With over 25 years’ experience in industry within a variety of senior engineering leadership positions, including responsibilities for engineering development, project execution and business leadership, with global consultant and manufacturing companies; Ricardo Consulting Engineers, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Cosworth Engineering and Lotus Engineering. 
 
Steve McQuillan – CEO, Avingtrans Group. The Avingtrans Group are the parent organisation of Peter Brotherhood. Avingtrans operate a portfolio of businesses that operate in the energy and medical markets. The group are renowned for identify businesses who are yet to have their true value realised and through agile management action, improvement and integration rebuild those organisations. 
 
1pm Lunch, Networking, Q&A 

Achieving Growth in UK-Centric Supply Chains  at Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology  14 November 2019  

Join us for a practical workshop, delivered in partnership with MAKE UK. 
 
The session will focus on manufacturers’ supply chain readiness to enable products to be launched faster, to improve business resilience, greater reliability and reduce costs. 
 
Hear from supply chain experts from academia and industry, whilst being on site at Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology 
 
This workshop will utilise the uniquely developed Aston University Supply Chain Readiness Level Tool (SCRL) to help manufacturers to understand: 
How to assess the Technology, Manufacturing and Supply Chain Readiness of their businesses. 
The concept of Three-Dimensional Concurrent Engineering (3DCE), the associated benefits and trade-offs 
How to implement 3DCE and make it an integral part of the new product development process to launch their products faster, more reliably and at lower total costs than their competitors. 
Risk management strategies 
 
The workshop will give you an opportunity to hear from the supply chain experts from both academia and industry and you will receive: 
Report and Action Plan 
Academic change implementation support 
Referrals to additional support to help you move the plan forwards 
Why attend? 
 
Manage risk and improve resilience 
Improved new product launch 
Reduce costs 
To understand capabilities in greater detail 
 
Who Should Attend? 
 
Managers/Directors with supply chain responsibility 
Managing Directors/CEOs 
Operations Managers/Directors 
Purchasing Managers/Directors 
Funding will be available for SMEs in in the Marches LEP area 
 
 
AGENDA 
 
9.30am Registration & Networking 
 
10am – 1pm Workshop & Expert Speakers 
 
Meet Our Experts: 
 
Dr Aristides Matopoulos – Reader (Associate Professor) in Supply Chain Design & Logistics Systems. With extensive experience in industrial research collaborators including working with Jaguar Land Rover, Williams Advanced Engineering, Saietta Group, MCT Reman, Microcab, Goodfloo, Marks & Spencer, AB Vassilopoulos, and many small and medium size companies. 
 
Dr Brian Price – Lecturer, School of Engineering Systems & Management. With over 25 years’ experience in industry within a variety of senior engineering leadership positions, including responsibilities for engineering development, project execution and business leadership, with global consultant and manufacturing companies; Ricardo Consulting Engineers, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Cosworth Engineering and Lotus Engineering. 
 
Matthew Snelson – Strategic Projects Director, Grainger & Worrall. Grainger & Worrall is at the global forefront of castings development and innovation. The world is demanding ever-lighter, ever more efficient means of propulsion and G&W are helping to drive that trend whilst maintaining an underlying ethos of humility and respect, to their clients, their employees and suppliers. They have an insatiable desire to keep delivering ground-breaking innovation to their client-base now, and in the future. 
 
1pm Lunch, Networking, Q&A 
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