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31/01/20 - The Supply Chain Network directory will continue the fantastic work of the Green Port directory

User AvatarPosted by Colin Weston at 31/01/2020 08:00:23
The Supply Chain Network directory will continue the fantastic work of the Green Port directory

We’re excited to announce the launch of the Supply Chain Network directory, which builds on the fantastic work of the Green Port directory which has helped hundreds of businesses in the region by supporting them with specialist advice and information to access opportunities in the region’s supply chain.

For those of you unfamiliar with the directory, the Supply Chain Network directory is an online central hub for the region’s suppliers, products and services. This hub gives businesses access to a list of suppliers in the region for future projects not just in the renewables sector but in engineering, manufacturing, digital, visitor economy and many more too.

If your business isn’t a member of the Supply Chain Network and would like to access the directory, there are plenty of reasons for doing so. Registration is completely free and it only takes a couple of minutes to create a business profile and showcase your products and services to the region’s biggest developers.

After creating a profile, members will also be able to access information on developments and receive alerts on new opportunities and tenders.

Becoming a part of the Supply Chain Network is a fantastic way of increasing the visibility of your business, helping to generate enquiries and grow revenue. Most importantly, it’s a great way to network and build relationships with other businesses in the region, which can often lead to new opportunities.

Alongside the launch of the new directory, we’re also excited to announced we’ll be hosting a series of workshops throughout the year that have been designed to provide information advice in specialist areas and sectors to help businesses increase their chances of success in competitive tenders.

An upcoming Rail workshop which will take place at the ergo Centre in Hessle on 4 th February will raise awareness of the supply chain opportunities within the sector, explaining product and service expectations from key organisations such as Siemens and Bombardier.

Seats are filling up quickly so make sure to register now so you don’t miss out.

We’ll be sure to keep you up-to-date on here with the latest news related to the Supply Chain Network but businesses interested in registering to become a part of the Supply Chain Network directory should visit www.thesupplychainnetwork.co.uk.

If you’re interested in attending the Rail workshop taking place on the 4 th February at ergo, please visit:  https://www.thesupplychainnetwork.co.uk/Business-Support

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"The move to ergo has given us an excellent opportunity to have a dedicated on-site point of access for both tenants and the wider business population. This will enable us to continue our work supporting regional businesses and promoting supply chain opportunities."

- Dawn Hall, Business Support - Project Manager, East Riding of Yorkshire Council.