Hot on the heels of last year’s success, we’re pleased to confirm that Bis Henderson Group will be exhibiting at Multimodal 2019 at the NEC in Birmingham. Visit us on stand 6045 where one of our team will be available to answer any questions you may have, or to discuss any upcoming projects you may need support with.
Multimodal 2019 will run from 18-20th June as it celebrates twelve years of putting shippers, retailers, wholesalers, importers and exporters in front of exhibitors who offer the latest logistics and supply chain solutions. With every logistics sector under one roof, last years event brought 9,281 logistics professionals together at the NEC in Birmingham to share their products and services, whilst networking with like-minded individuals.
This year our attendance is more relevant than ever; as the event attempts to tackle some of the biggest issues our industry is currently facing; the emerging skills gap, the labour shortage, and the many impacts of Brexit.
The event is free to attend, but you can register your interest here.
Don't miss our speaker slots...
In partnership with National Careers Week, Careers Transition Partnership, CILT, FTA and NextGen Logistics Partnership, Multimodal is dedicating a whole day to attracting talent to the logistics sector by showcasing the exciting careers, long-term prospects and up-skilling opportunities within the sector.
As such, we’re excited to announce that Bis Henderson will be sharing their expertise with audiences via the following speaker slots:
‘The Labour Crisis’ seminar
Leigh Anderson – Managing Director, Bis Henderson Recruitment
Dunlop Room 14.00 – 15.00 – DAY 1
Addressing the home-grown skills shortage and tactics to improve the profile of the sector.
Beccy Wilson – Head of Development, Bis Henderson Academy
Awdry Room – 10.30 – 11.30 – DAY 3
Attracting, retaining and developing talent in transport, logistics and supply chain.
Preparing for Brexit?
It’s a challenging time for the warehousing and logistics sector and Multimodal 2019 gives our Bis Henderson Space team an opportunity to discuss current challenges and future plans with delegates – including the current warehouse space ‘shortage’ as the country prepares for the impact of Brexit.
Businesses reappraising their levels of stock and/or deployment of inventory to cover the current risk may find themselves requiring either extra warehouse space or facilities in new locations. But with the uncertainty surrounding the exact circumstances of Brexit, and the possible short-term nature of any disruptions, careful planning and flexible arrangements on leases and services are going to be vital in order to balance exposure to risk and unnecessary cost.
Please do visit the stand to discuss your space options as you prepare for Brexit.