Over the years, WWL has accumulated the tools and experience needed effectively to manage an integrated outbound supply chain outsourcing solution.
From payroll to distribution, most companies have started utilising outsourcing services of some sort. While the business case for outsourcing within outbound Supply Chain is strong, realising the benefits can be tricky. In the upcoming webinar, WWL and its partner, Finished Vehicle Logistics, will be looking more closely at the important business decisions associated with outsourcing. The focus will be on maximising the benefits by clarifying logistics strategies and selecting the right provider, as well as working actively to optimise the business relationship.
“Over the years, WWL has accumulated the tools and experience needed effectively to manage an integrated outbound supply chain outsourcing solution. A webinar is a great way to share our expertise – giving customers food for thought and creating an excellent foundation for further discussions,” says Doug Cooper, WWL’s Vice President of Product and Business Development, Supply Chain Management.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to access vital information for your business!
Top reasons to participate
* Learn how outsourcing can help save money and enhance efficiency
* Get tips on the top drivers for realising outsourcing benefits
* Find out how to mitigate outsourcing risks
* Receive an outsourcing risk check-list
The webinar will be presented by Doug Cooper, WWL’s Vice President of Product and Business Development, Supply Chain Management, on Thursday, 17 November at 15.00 CET. A recorded version of the webinar will also be available from FVL’s website shortly after the live session. If you and/or your colleagues and customers could benefit from learning more about how WWL can support the outsourcing of outbound supply chains, click here (insert link) to register directly or here (insert link) to forward an invitation.
About Doug Cooper
Doug Cooper started his career in logistics working for Ford Motor Company before joining WWL ten years ago. Working for both an OEM and a logistics provider has given him a unique perspective on how to maximise the benefits of outsourcing relationships. For the past five years he has been based in Oslo, Norway, where he has been responsible for WWL’s global product and business development of Supply Chain Management.