With an annual output of over £400 billion, the UK manufacturing sector is a major player in the worldwide market. Equally so, they’ve faced some of the steepest hurdles in the supply chain. In fact, 63% of enterprises in the manufacturing sector are discussing supplier risks at the board level and actively seeking to improve supply chain management in the business.

You’re determined to become resilient and build a stronger, more sustainable business. Labour shortages and other disruptions caused by COVID-19 have had an irreversible shift in the way that a manufacturing business sources, onboards and manages risk when working with suppliers and contractors in their supply chain.

Join us on Thursday 10th November at 10:30 GMT at our webinar –  How to enhance supply chain compliance in Manufacturing – as we examine the unique challenges the manufacturing sector faces with supply chain compliance, and discuss the top tips for building safe, ethical supply chains. 

Register your place now to learn:

  • Key insight into the challenges facing the manufacturing industry
  • How to regain visibility and control of supplier compliance
  • Operational challenges that may stall strategic sourcing initiatives
  • How to quickly adapt to changing regulations and business needs
  • Proven strategies for gaining supplier buy-in and transparency

All attendees will receive CPD Points.

Please note by registering you agree to be contacted by the organiser (Western Business Media Ltd) and the event sponsor.

If you have any issues registering contact us on admin@westernbusiness.media
or call on 01342 314 300 


Ed Lowton
Industrial Plant & Equipment
Lisa Stevens
Senior Supply Chain
Compliance Consultant


Dale Jones
Technical Director 

Lisa has recently joined Alcumus bringing extensive experience working with procurement teams in manufacturing, FMCG, retail and charity sectors. Working closely with complicated and global supply chains, Lisa has worked with multiple Blue Chip and FTSE 100 companies to advise on supplier compliance.

A passionate supporter of British brands Lisa’s focus is on sustainable procurement and business growth providing insight to ethical best practice. Lisa has attended Government lobbying sessions at Parliament to support these goals.


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