Food Industry Collaboration
Collaboration along supply chains enables better planning and investment decisions, faster decision making, greater efficiencies and increased profitability for all.
We aim to deliver growth and value in Scotland’s food and drink industry by increasing collaboration and developing integrated supply chains. We work with the Scottish food industry and its partners to promote and develop collaboration to exploit local, UK and export market opportunities, increase productivity and efficiencies, create scale, and build the reputation of Scotland – land of food and drink.
Scotland Food & Drink
Scotland Food & Drink is the focus for food industry collaboration in Scotland. SAOS is a pro-active member, participant and contributer. SF&D is a unique leadership organisation – supported by the Scottish Government – tasked with growing the value of Scotland’s food and drink sector, making it more profitable and delivering greater global success in a challenging and competitive environment.
Find out more at www.scotlandfoodanddrink.org
Connect Local is a free, advisory service for the local Scottish food and drink sector. It is delivered by a team of experts from SAOS, SAC Consulting, Scotland Food & Drink and Seafood Scotland, and funded by Scottish Government and European Maritime and Fisheries Fund.
Find out more at www.connectlocal.scot
You can follow the project on Twitter through @ConnectLocalSc
Get in touch on 01224 711044 or by email at: email@example.com
Market Driven Supply Chain Project
For supply chains to work at their best, it is important that they are truly market driven, meaning everyone in the chain is fully informed and engaged and able to meet increased demand, from primary production through to delivery to the consumer.
The Market Driven Supply Chain Project (MDSC) was designed to help unlock some of the biggest and most lucrative market opportunities for the Scottish food and drink sector.
Find out more at: www.saossupplychains.scot