Welcome to the IoSCM Supply Chain Stars Hall of Fame
As governments, scientists, and the medical profession across the globe are working tirelessly to overcome the effects of COVID-19, thousands of businesses and individuals are making their own considerable contributions to support the efforts to ‘flatten the curve’.
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Meet the IoSCM #SupplyChainStars
What a fantastic achievement from the team at Velocetec Ltd, working collaboratively with thyssenkrupp to supply components that are required to produce ventilators, which are desperately needed as the number of people in critical condition due to #covid19 continues to rise.
Mark Quinn, Founder of Aquapea, is giving up his own time and using his own resources and money to protect hundreds of shoppers in his local area. Visiting 7 major supermarkets early each morning to disinfect all of the trolleys, making them safe for customers. As NHS employees, and other key workers, have early morning access to many of these retail stores they are able to carry out their shopping confident that they are not using a contaminated trolley to get their much needed supplies.
We are delighted to award the supermarket chain Tesco with an IoSCM #SupplyChainStars award for their efforts to support customers, communities, and their own teams across the UK during the Coronavirus pandemic. Donating a £30m package of support is just one reason why they are such worthy recipients of the Award. Key workers across the country are working tirelessly to support the UK throughout this period of uncertainty and concern.
Livingston Football Club
Great to see how different kinds of supply chains are working tirelessly to help their local communities during the pandemic. Using their own resources to provide much needed support. Well done to the team at Livingston Football Club you definitely deserve your place on the #SupplyChainStars list.