16th Annual European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit

2014-06-16 - 2014-06-18
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+44 20 7202 7698

The European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit has established itself as one of the leading meetings of its kind in the world. Designed for and built in conjunction with senior supply chain and logistics leaders from multiple regions and industries, the event will provide a mix of expert case studies, interactive debate and in depth topic master classes. Leading speakers include: Stephen Attenborough, Commercial Director, Virgin Galactic Mercedes Tallo, Director, Sustainable Value & Markets, Rainforest Alliance Martin Lang, IBM & Policy Deployment Process Director, British Gypsum Mark Foscoe, Group Logistics Manager, Mitsubishi Electric Calum Lewis, European Operations Director, Lego Stephen O'Mullan, Executive Director, Global Procurement & EMEA Fulfilment Operations, Dell Pierre Mille, Vice President Planning & Customer Service Excellence, Carlsberg Joan Carles Peiro, Centre of Excellence Operations Director, Europe Nike Dr Alistair Hill, Director, Global Business Services, Procter & Gamble Key topics that will be addressed at the 16th Annual Supply Chain and Logistics Summit include: • Improving demand management planning and customer collaboration • Moving beyond existing approaches to Continuous Improvement and Lean in order to engrain them at the heart of your business • Harnessing the next generation of technology and expanding into new markets • Benchmarking your operation against leading examples of supply chain innovation SAVE £500! Register for £995 by 25th April - http://bit.ly/PQ3u7B Download the agenda - http://bit.ly/1dMxn3C For more details please call us on +44(0)207 202 7690 or email at enquire@wtgevents.com

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