Webinar: Navigating Ireland’s Supply Chain Challenges in 2022
Location: Zoom (link will be sent on registration)
Date: 2nd February 2022
Time: 10:00 GMT
You are invited to join us at 10am GMT on Wednesday 2nd February for our webinar on Navigating Ireland's Supply Chain Challenges in 2022 hosted by Hardware Association Ireland.
This webinar will include insights on how the current supply chain situation in Asia is affecting Ireland, an update on near sourcing manufacturing closer to home, implications of new Brexit regulations, and Ireland’s haulage industry, warehousing and fulfilment.
Delivering the webinar will be Kevin Brady, Managing Director of Woodland Group Ireland, who will be accompanied by Nicolas Moeller (IFB) offering insights on Asia supply chains, with Brian Murphy (Global Trade) giving an update on Brexit and Customs Clearance regulations and steps to take.
An opportunity to ask the experts any questions you may have will follow in the Q&A Session of the webinar.
Speakers will include:
Managing Director, Woodland Group Ireland
Chief Executive Officer, IFB International Freightbridge Ltd
Global Customs & Trade Advisor, globaltrade.ie
Brian Murphy is a customs and supply chain professional with over 20 years’ experience working for multinational organisations in global roles. Brian has extensive experience of international supply chains and the customs and trade facilitation measures associated with them.
Brian is a pragmatic problem solver providing solutions that enable change and improved operational performance. He is an excellent communicator who facilitates the transition between strategy or theory into real time operations, and has worked extensively with customs policies, adapting new and best practices into daily operations at both government and private sector level.
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