The Perfect Order programme working group
See who’s working on the programme – and how to get involved
The Perfect Order working group was set up to address industry issues across the order-to-cash process. The goal was to create a set of industry-approved guidelines for the consistent application of GS1 standards across the retail grocery supply chain.
Working group members
Want to get involved?
The group published its first set of industry guidelines in November 2016 - setting out the minimum requirements for in-bound logistics for retailers and suppliers. GS1 UK facilitates the group, which is co-chaired by Giles Enderby of Procter & Gamble and Robert Nee of Morrisons Supermarkets.
The goal of the perfect order – to eliminate all manual intervention by suppliers and retailers – will not be achieved overnight. But we believe it is fundamental to improving the retail grocery supply chain. By creating consistency in working practices, adopting the consistent use of standards and improving the quality of data we believe the perfect order programme will be a step-change for the UK retail grocery sector.”
Giles Enderby, Customer Logistics Leader, Procter & Gamble and Perfect Order programme co-chair
If you want to understand what it means to be involved in the working group, and how you can help the industry save £100 million in avoidable costs, then contact Ian Walters today for more information.