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Subsea UK event to hold supply chain networking event

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An Aberdeen-based consultancy will be revealing its top tips for companies to simplify working relationships with the supply chain in order to improve business performance and encourage greater efficiencies across the subsea sector.

Simply Joined Consulting Ltd director, Steve Johnson, will be the guest speaker at an informal dinner and networking event arranged by Subsea UK for its members on 26th January at the Village Hotel Club Aberdeen, Prime 4, in Kingswells.

The consultancy, which specialises in supply chain management, has a bespoke range of tools and techniques to improve working methods with the aim of streamlining business and supporting clients’ needs.

The ‘How the supply chain works for you’ session will be hosted by chief executive Neil Gordon who said that Subsea UK members will benefit from the tips on offer and the opportunity to share experiences with their peers.

He said: “We are hearing a lot of talk about the advantages of collaboration to help improve working practices and there are some good examples of this happening across the supply chain, but for some knowing where to begin can be the biggest challenge.

“This event aims to inform and encourage our members to have another look at their existing business models to see if more can be done to improve their relationships with the supply chain to deliver a more cost effective service. 

“We’re looking forward to an evening of good, open dialogue and discussion with our member companies and hearing from Steve Johnson who has extensive experience and expertise in this area.”

Steve Johnson, director of Simply Joined Consulting commented: “Supply chains vary from business to business, even within the same markets, so there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution. However, maximising the full potential of your various supply chains is relatively straightforward and the cost efficiencies can be significant. We look forward to sharing some ideas on how Subsea UK members can approach the challenge of getting the most from their supply chains both internally and externally.”

Adapted from a press release by David Bizley

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