Andrew New–SCCL to speak at Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE

Andrew New, CEO of Supply Chain Coordination Limited (SCCL) for the NHS will be speaking at Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE LONDON

Andrew New joined Supply Chain Coordination Limited (SCCL) for the NHS as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in September 2021.  

Prior to joining SCCL, New was the Executive Director for Procurement and Supply Chain at British multinational manufacturer JCB, and was responsible for the Supply Chain globally.  New has also held senior roles at Magnox Ltd (now a subsidiary to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority) and Babcock International Group PLC, and brings experience across Retail, Leisure, Engineering and Property sectors. 

He has extensive experience in business transformation programme leadership, total lifecycle cost management, customer and supplier engagement and deploying technology to optimise business operational performance. 

He also holds a Master’s in Business Administration and BSc in Chemical Physics from the University of Bristol. 

SCCL is a company which was registered in England and Wales on 25 July 2017 to manage the new NHS Supply Chain operating model, adopting its current company name on 15 November 2017. It was set up by the Department of Health and Social Care in 2018, and was intended to save £2.4bn, within a 4 to 5 year period. SCCL oversees the continuous improvement of the operating model and delivering of supply chain excellence and value to NHS trusts. They are committed to becoming the strategic procurement partner of choice for the NHS by evolving services and making them fit for the future, in line with the needs of the NHS and in a sustainable way.

As CEO of SCCL, Andrew New is an exciting edition to BizClik's upcoming Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London, where he is due to speak on Wednesday 12th October at 2:30pm. 


BizClik is gearing up for its latest sector-leading event -- Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London, where some of the industry's biggest names will be sharing insight and advice in must-see keynotes. All tickets to the event are FREE, whether you attend in person or virtually.

The event takes place from 12-13 October at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Those attending in person will be able to network with an audience of top-line supply chain and procurement influencers. All keynotes and discussions will also be available as a live stream to a remote audience.

In a new approach, LIVE London -- brought to you by Supply Chain Digital and Procurement Magazine -- will incorporates two zones: Supply Chain LIVE and Procurement LIVE, to create a single Expo-style experience. 

All tickets are FREE

Headline speakers include Jim Townsend, CPO at Walgreens, Nedra Dickson, Global Supplier Inclusion & Sustainability Lead at Accenture, (see below). For a full itinerary of speakers, click here

About Andrew New

Name: Andrew New

Job title: CEO

Company: SCCL (Chain Coordination Limited) for the NHS

When speaking: (Day 1 / 2:30pm, Supply Chain Stage, Supply Chain LIVE / Procurement LIVE)

Keynote subject: NHS Supply Chain


About SCCL

Company: Supply Chain Coordination Limited (SCCL) - NHS

Established: 2017

Sector: Medical Procurement 

No. of orders:  7.7mn per annum - across 129,420 order points and 16,705 locations

No. of suppliers: 930+

Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE London takes place from 12-13 October at London's Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Those attending in person will be able to network with an audience of top-line supply chain and procurement influencers. All keynotes and discussions will also be available as a live stream to a remote audience.

To attend, register here. Once you have registered we will send you login instructions to easy-to-use virtual platform, Brella. You can use this to craft a personalised itinerary of keynotes and -- for those attending in person -- also pre-arrange networking opportunities during the many networking breaks across the two days.  


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