Businesses in the logistics sector are being offered a free consultation in just 15 minutes by FTA’s Supply Chain Consultancy (SCC) service.
During the one-to-one online advisory sessions, the consultancy team will help those working within supply chains to understand how to best adapt their operations to the new business and safety environment.
The “Flying 15” pre-bookable sessions, to held be on 5 June 2020, will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and will aim to provide insight into how best to restart trading after lockdown.
Martin Palmer, Supply Chain Consultant, FTA commented: “The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the way organisations think about their supply chain; most have already travelled the path to developing safe working practices and adapting to the new business environment, but as the economy comes back to life, how well will your organisation fare? With our decades of experience consulting for businesses across the supply chain, we want to lend our assistance. That is why we are so pleased to launch Flying 15: free, no obligation, one-to-one advisory sessions, to be held on 5 June 2020. From use of personal protective equipment (PPE) to inbound and outbound flow considerations, we are ready and waiting to answer your enquiries. We urge all businesses with burning questions to apply for a slot as soon as possible – don’t miss out!”
Established by FTA, the SCC helps those working within supply chains with any issues or concerns they have, and advises on strategic planning requirements.
To apply for a slot, which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, click here.