BCMPA & Nulogy Partner for Webinar on the Powers of Digitalisation for Contract Packing

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Software specialist, Nulogy, has announced its collaboration with the BCMPA – the Association for Contract Manufacturing, Packing, Fulfilment and Logistics – for an exclusive webinar on how digitalisation is shaping the future of contract packing.

Held on Thursday 5th October at 2:00pm (BST), the webinar will highlight how purpose-built software can help businesses optimise their end-to-end co-packing workflows, from estimating and planning, to materials and labour management, and traceability and quality control.

“As the contract packing and manufacturing industry evolves, it’s crucial for businesses to embrace digital solutions to futureproof their operations,” said Emma Verkaik, CEO, BCMPA. “That’s why these discussion forums are so important, to showcase the value software such as Nulogy can bring to our members.”

By harnessing real-time data capture and analytics, attendees will discover how digitalisation can accelerate throughput, enhance agility and responsiveness, and foster closer collaboration with brand customers.

The webinar will also provide first-hand testimonials from two industry experts who have successfully integrated the Nulogy system into their own operations. Michael Briggs, Managing Director, Marsden Packaging and Anita Donohoe, Group MD for Logistics & Fulfilment, Kinaxia Logistics, will shed light on how such software can help co-packers overcome common challenges in the industry. Their panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session.

“The BCMPA is respected throughout the UK as the leading Association for contract packers, manufacturers and eCommerce fulfilment businesses and we are delighted to present this joint webinar with them and our customers Marsden Packaging and Kinaxia, equipping co-packers and manufacturers with the knowledge and resources necessary for success in the digital age,” commented Josephine Coombe, Chief Commercial Officer, Europe at Nulogy.

“Digitalisation is increasingly important to delivering the service brands and retailers demand and we are excited to share insights that will help businesses shape the future of co-packing.”