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Have you too much cash and resources tied up in your supply chain?
Wed, 14 Jun 2017, 08:00 – Fri, 16 Jun 2017, 18:00 CDT
Event: 3PL & Supply Chain Summit: Chicago 2017
Date: June 14th - 16th
Location: Radisson Blu Aqua, Chicago
We are delighted to announce our involvement at the EFT 3PL & Supply Chain Summit in Chicago, June 2017. The event will take place in the Radisson Blu Aqua hotel in Chicago on Wednesday June 14th and will run for three days. The event brings together 700 C/SVP supply chain & logistics execs to share best practices, benchmark and network. With innovation, digitization & customer centricity at the heart of the agenda, it is the go to place for the brightest minds driving the industry forward. The leaders who meet in Chicago are the forces driving the change. Don’t miss out!
If you or any of your colleagues are interested in attending the event, please register your details with us to receive the ticket for FREE until March 14th! The price will then be $495 after that so register early to avoid disappointment.
Presentation: “Have you too much cash and resources tied up in your Supply Chain?”
Dermot Connolly, Exertis SCS Head of European Business Development will address the significant benefits that companies can gain from reducing cash and resources tied up in supply chains.
- Learn how you can plan, procure and position your inventory more effectively; how you can protect your working capital and still provide a flexible, reactive model to meet your and your customers’ demands.
- Keep pace with challenging customer demands; The “now generation” is becoming more demanding which puts greater strain on your supply chain. How can you provide a model that meets their requirements but is still cost competitive?
- Rethink inventory in the omnichannel world: Learn how best to manage your supply base, position materials at your required global locations to support all channels while minimising your exposure and risk.
To learn more about this event or to discover how we can help support your own supply chain initiatives, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +353 (1) 405 6586.