An exciting announcement…
The 33rd Motor Transport Awards returns to the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane on 3 July 2019 to celebrate, recognise and reward excellence in the road freight transport industry – and we’re pleased to announce that our very own Andy Kaye, CEO, Bis Henderson Group has been invited to join the judging panel.
Given Andy’s background and expertise he’s been asked to judge both the Partnership Award and the Apprenticeship of the Year Award. In a two-round process Andy will provide an independent online review of the entries of both categories followed by a coming together of all of the category judges, for a half day to debate the winners.
More about Andy…
Andy has led the development and growth of the Bis Henderson business and he continues to lead the strategic development of the Group.
Notably, he’s helped radically transform young people’s perception of the supply chain and logistics sector through the launch of the Novus Trust; motivating young people to study supply chain and logistics through specialist degree courses. Inspired by the success of Novus, he later launched Bis Henderson Academy to focus on developing talent through apprenticeship level training.
More on the Motor Transport Awards...
Around 1,400 of the industries finest attend the award ceremony to celebrate the industries achievements.
What makes the Motor Transport Awards so valued by the winners is the fact that they are judged by senior independent figures within the transport industry.
For over 30 years, the Motor Transport Awards have been seen as a benchmark for excellence among UK road transport fleet operators, vehicle manufacturers and other innovators.
Catch up with Andy at the awards…
Andy will be in attendance at the awards evening, so be sure to say hello, or if you want to connect before the event, contact Andy on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Missed Andy’s interview in Motor Transport?
Last year Steve Hobson, Editor at Motor Transport Magazine, sat down with Andy to discuss the growth of Bis Henderson Group, his views on training and the reality of how the ‘skills gap’ could affect the future of supply chain.
Now, closer than ever to Brexit, the UK logistics industry is realising the enormity of the talent shortage it is currently facing, especially when it comes to filling key managerial roles. Bis Henderson Group has been recognised as one business making moves in the ongoing development of Supply Chain talent….