Supply Chain Conference - jointly hosted by the FMI-GMA Trading Partner Alliance (TPA)

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The Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) are pleased to announce the fourth annual Supply Chain Conference, jointly hosted by the FMI-GMA Trading Partner Alliance (TPA)*. FMI and GMA have created this unique forum for retailers and manufacturers to come together to establish collaborations that foster supply chain efficiency, reduce costs and improve your bottom line.

At this conference, attendees will gain real-world strategies through interactive discussions and content-rich sessions addressing the latest supply chain issues. Learn to master the latest technologies, ensure your team has the right talent for success and fine-tune fundamental supply chain processes and strategies by focusing on topics such as:

  • Enablement of Omni Channel Commerce
  • Talent Management
  • Waste Reduction and Reverse Logistics
  • Improving scheduling through sharing of data
  • Mitigating workflow interruptions
  • Discovering the latest developments in product traceability
  • Exploring better contingency plans
  • Using shopper trends data to drive inventory levels
  • Optimizing direct store deliveries (DSD)
  • And more
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Who Should Attend?

Designed by retailer and manufacturer supply chain executives for retailer and manufacturer supply chain executives, this is a can't-miss event for vice presidents, directors, regional managers and managers of:

  • Logistics
  • Operations
  • Supply Chain
  • Direct Store Delivery
  • Distribution
  • Transportation
  • Technology
  • Customer Service/Logistics
  • Strategic Development

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