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Pre-conference Day (5th June) :

Workshops & Open Innovation Hackathon - 1pm – 5pm
Welcome Keynotes & Reception – 5pm onwards

Day 1 (6th June) :

Registration – 7:00am
Start – 8: 00am
Finish – 6:00pm

Networking Reception – 6:00pm onwards

Day 2 (7th June) :

Start- 8:00am
Finish – 3:00pm

*Times are subject to change


June 5th 2018 — Pre-conference Day
1:00PM - 5:00PM
Open Innovation Challenge

6 teams of innovators will compete to solve a real-life logistics challenge facing one of the world’s leading manufacturers. Competitors will present their pitch to an executive group of judges later in the day.

Workshops
3:00PM - 5:00PM
Workshop One: Using blockchain to improve the supply chain

The blockchain “Second Internet Revolution” will have significant implications on not just financial transactions, but many areas of business operations.  The supply chain is an especially powerful area to apply the advantages of a highly secure data ledger and the “smart contract” features of the Ethereum public and Hyperledger private blockchains. 

Blockchain-driven supply chains offer one combined, transparent database of information, far more secure from hacking, protection against counterfeit goods, far more trust, disintermediation of some middlemen, and, overall, faster and lower cost deliveries.

Blockchain has been in use for some applications for years, and IBM and Maersk will be rolling out their proven blockchain application for international ocean shipping in early 2018.  Many other large companies are using blockchain for a variety of supply chain applications, and companies of all size, in all parts of the supply chain (from manufacturers to retailers) need to be looking at how they can exploit blockchain to improve business efficiency and lower costs.

This workshop will provide:

  • An explanation of how blockchain technology works
  • The major advantages of blockchain in supply chain application
  • A case study of a client we have worked with to add blockchain to their supply chain automation system
  • Examples of supply chain systems currently using blockchain
  • A forecast of how blockchain systems are likely to impact the supply chain

Blockchain Business Consultants Dr. Drew Miller Managing Director Blockchain Business Consultants

Workshop Two: Smartly Managing Transportation Capacity/Cost Increases

Every company is feeling significant financial pressure regarding the impact of the current transportation capacity and cost issues.  Stronger working relationships between shippers and carriers is key but more can be done.  Standard transportation planning and execution decisions focus on minimizing costs while meeting customer service and regulatory requirements.  But are all customers and their delivery locations equal to your bottom line?  Are some delivery locations significantly more important as it relates to the continued generation of healthy operating profits while others are marginal or worse?

This interactive Workshop will focus on key considerations to proactively manage through these transportation issues.  These considerations are based on segmentation strategies that are tied to the actual profit performance of every delivery location in addition to the measure of service and productivity performances. The result is transportation planning and execution decisions that do not treat all delivery locations the same.  Instead, service levels are defined and managed to selectively absorb higher transportation costs across all customer delivery locations.

Competitive Insights Richard Sharpe CEO Competitive Insights

Workshop Three: Self-driving trucks are rapidly developing as an option for long haul trucking.  How can you leverage the technology to lower costs in your supply chain?

The near-term objective is to make it possible for long-haul trips to be managed by fewer drivers, eliminating the need for team driving.  One company, Embark, recently completed a coast-to-coast trip from L.A. to Jacksonville, Florida, driving 2,400 miles. The goal of self-driving trucks is to drive highway miles between transfer hubs, where human drivers will take over for the last miles through urban and industrial parks.  Uber predicts that between 500,000 and 1.5 million self-driving trucks will be on the road by 2028.  It is widely expected self-driving trucks will be used far more efficiently and drive down the cost of freight and stimulate demand.

During breakout groups we will:

  • Evaluate self-driving trucks’ effect on TL, LTL, brokerage, asset and non-asset based transportation service providers, dedicated contract carriage, backhaul, rail, and air
  • Understand how it may affect network design and warehouse locations
  • How will the new ELD mandate will drive faster adaptation of the technology

Tompkins International Lisa Kennedy Project Manager Tompkins International

Keynote
5:00PM - 6:00PM
Keynote: Multichannel and omnichannel are dead, it is onto unichannel

The modern digital supply network model is powered by advanced analytics. Discover ways to improve visibility, operational efficiency and decision making across whole operations.

  • What’s the new retail reality? Why old retail is about Bricks vs. Clicks and new retail is about Bricks and Clicks, old retail is about merchandising and new retail is about Supply Chain
  • Reinventing your company: Whether you’re a 3PL or a CSCO, find out why you must reinvent your supply chain to get your fair share of future growth and make major contributions to your firm’s success
  • Where should you focus your attention? Why you must look at DTC, BOPIS, multi-tenant 3PLs, collaborative logistics, local automated fulfilment and crossborder

Tompkins International Supply Chain Consulting Jim Tompkins Chairman and CEO Tompkins International Supply Chain Consulting

6:00PM - 6:15PM
Awards and presentation of open innovation challenge winner
6:15PM
Welcome Networking Reception
June 6th & 7th 2018 — Day 1 & 2
xx:xx
Keynotes
xx:xx
Keynote: Leverage the upstream to provide fast, convenient and efficient delivery in home improvement
  • Translate ‘whenever, wherever, however’ into a concerted delivery strategy with an impactful end-to-end retail customer experience
  • See the whole supply chain in a single view of inventory to maximize ‘fast, convenient and efficient’ without disrupting your margins
  • Learn how to work with your upstream supply chain partners to expand the opportunities for efficient, cost-effective fulfilment

Home Depot Mark Holifield EVP Supply Chain & Product Development Home Depot

xx:xx
Keynote: The future of freight forwarding: connection, disruption, and combination
  • Connection: the ability to connect the global dots and create new ones to construct a new customer experience.
  • Disruption: Disruption is a bad thing if somebody does it to you. It’s a very good thing if you do it to yourself.
  • Combination: Partnership is a word thrown around often in the business world. Everybody wants it. Nobody disagrees with it. Most of us underestimate what it takes to truly achieve it.

UPS Cindy Miller President, Freight Forwarding UPS

xx:xx
Keynote: Using the Vested Way to improve your outsourcing
  • Improve your outsourcing relationships: Learn how following five simple rules can help you collaborate more effectively with your partners, benefitting you, them and your customers
  • Be inspired by the art of the possible: Find out how extensive research started in 2010 at the University of Tennessee has led to the development of a brand-new methodology for successful outsourcing in just 8 years
  • Hear how Vested is being piloted in the 3PL sector: Discover how organizations like Intel, Dell, DHL, FedEx Supply Chain, and NuSkin are improving their operations through Vested

University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business Kate Vitasek Faculty, Graduate & Executive Education University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business

June 6th & 7th 2018 — Day 1 & 2
xx:xx
Technology Track
xx:xx
Logistics Focus
Supply Chain
xx:xx
Drive the digital evolution

The evolution of the digital supply chain is well underway. New technologies and innovative entrants to market have arrived steadily over the past few years, encouraging larger players to fight back with their own solutions. As executives grapple with the pace of change combined with uncertainty about how the market will play out, it remains vital to maintain an overarching strategic point of view and a focus on producing tangible outcomes.

From investigating proven areas of implementation and ROI, to managing the impact of digitalization on the workforce, the technology track will inspire you to find innovative routes to achieving a best-in-class operation. Transform both your and your customers’ businesses with the adoption of a digital supply chain.

Lineage Logistics Greg Lehmkuhl President and CEO Lineage Logistics

DHL Supply Chain Jim Monkmeyer President, Transportation DHL Supply Chain

Hub Group Vava Dimond Chief Information Officer Hub Group

Dachser Frank Guenzerodt President & CEO USA Dachser

American Global Jon Slangerup CEO American Global

DHL Supply Chain Kalyan Sakthi VP IT DHL Supply Chain

ARC Advisory Steve Banker Vice President, SCM ARC Advisory

Trusted IoT Alliance Zaki Manian Executive Director Trusted IoT Alliance

Locus Rob otics Karen Leavitt CMO Locus Robotics

CHEP North America Scott Roberts VP of Logistics and Supply Chain Planning CHEP North America

Raytheon David Wilkins CSCO Raytheon

Technology that drives supply chain success

The new wave of disruptive digital technologies is transforming processes for businesses and their customers. Discover how leading companies are capitalizing on digital trends to update their business strategy, create sentient supply chains and empower the workforce of the future.

IBM Ron Castro VP Operations and Supply Chain Execution IBM

Schneider Electric Brian Tessier VP Supply Chain Transformation and Global Innovation Schneider Electric

Land O'Lakes Yone Dewberry CSCO Land O'Lakes

Kohler. Co Paul Nugent Logistics Director Kohler. Co

Electrolux Bjorn Vang Jensen VP Global Logistics Electrolux

3D Systems Chaim Huijsman VP Global Logistics 3D Systems

Mercury Gate Monica Wooden CEO Mercury Gate

Trusted IoT Alliance Zaki Manian Executive Director Trusted IoT Alliance

Locus Robotics Karen Leavitt CMO Locus Robotics

IBM Shari Diaz Ecosystem and Innovation Leader, Watson Supply Chain IBM

June 6th & 7th 2018 — Day 1 & 2
xx:xx
eCommerce Track
xx:xx
Logistics Focus
Supply Chain
xx:xx
Capture emerging opportunities in eCommerce

With worldwide eCommerce sales set to reach $4.5 trillion by 2021, it is vital that logistics providers develop strategies to capitalize on opportunities now. Staying ahead of the game will allow you to maximize growth and revenue from the rapidly burgeoning B2B and last mile markets.

Companies are seizing the opportunity to innovate in this growing market, with start-ups already gaining ground on existing players. This track will help you refine your eCommerce strategy by learning from the companies who are already disrupting the market, and the shippers who are driving 3PL decisions themselves.

ArcBest Judy McReynolds President and CEO ArcBest

Tompkins International Supply Chain Consulting Jim Tompkins Chairman and CEO Tompkins International Supply Chain Consulting

Burris Logistics John Teixera President, Custom Distribution Burris Logistics

XPO Logistics Will O'Shea Last Mile, Senior Vice President, Sales Solutions XPO Logistics

Transport and Logistics Advisors Lee Clair Managing Partner Transport and Logistics Advisors

Cushman & Wakefield Rich Hamilton Managing Director Cushman & Wakefield

SEKO James Gagne President SEKO

Mastering the eCommerce Matrix

Successfully aligning inventory management, order delivery and fulfilment with customer demands requires agility and flexibility across the entire supply chain. Take advantage of omnichannel trends to deliver the customer experience that will ensure your competitive advantage in this costly arena.

Fun.com Dallas Clarksean COO Fun.com

Aldo Craig Jones VP Supply Chain Aldo

Nike Sergio Villalobos Global 3PL Strategy Nike

Build Direct Jim Hourigan COO Build Direct

June 6th & 7th 2018 — Day 1 & 2
xx:xx
Strategy Track
xx:xx
Logistics Focus
Supply Chain
xx:xx
Innovate to combat market pressures

Capacity is becoming an ever more pressing concern for the industry. With growing labor issues, fuel price increases and global concerns over trade agreements, the industry is being pushed towards 2008-level cost pressures.

This track will examine ways to promote growth against this backdrop, as well as the latest trends in M&A and how to work with customers to offset cost increases through innovation.

Schenker AG Tom Schmitt Member of the Board of Management, Chief Commercial Officer and Contract Logistics Schenker AG

Hub Group John Vesco President of Hub Group Trucking Hub Group

Florida East Coast Railway Brad Hall SVP and Chief Commercial Officer Florida East Coast Railway

GlobalTranz Robert Farrell CEO GlobalTranz

Penske Logistics Joe Carlier SVP of Global Sales Penske Logistics

G2 Capital Advisors Ronald Lentz Managing Director G2 Capital Advisors

Barrington Capital Partners, LLC Stephen Fraser Managing Director Barrington Capital Partners, LLC

BG Strategic Advisors Ben Gordon Managing Director BG Strategic Advisors

PATH Jonathon McKay Partner PATH

GenPro Nikhil Sathe CFO GenPro

Kane is Able Mike Gardner CEO Kane is Able

Your supply chain, strengthened by a successful strategy

Advances in supply chain technology, combined with changing customer behaviours, are forcing manufacturers and retailers to rethink their strategy. With higher risks and an ever-increasing demand for speed and agility, organizations are looking to become increasingly sustainable and innovative while keeping the customer at the heart of their strategy. To meet the long-term strategic objectives of your organization, you will need to align your network structure with customer needs, whilst balancing innovation and sustainable capabilities.

Coca-Cola Robin Haddock Group Supply Planning Director Coca-Cola

KeHE Distributors, LLC Chris Sieburg EVP Transportation & Customer Services KeHE Distributors, LLC

Horizon Group Nancy Marino COO Horizon Group

Revzilla Nic Vu CEO Revzilla

Newell Brands Jonathan Bruser Director, Planning and Supply Chain Strategy Newell Brands

GoPro Jeremiah Pomerleau Senior Manager, Transportation & Trade Compliance GoPro

Mattel Peter Gibbons CSCO Mattel

Tata Consultancy Services Limited Richard Sherman Senior Fellow, Supply Chain Centre of Excellence Tata Consultancy Services Limited

June 5th 2018 — Pre-conference Day
1:00PM - 5:00PM
Open Innovation Challenge

6 teams of innovators will compete to solve a real-life logistics challenge facing one of the world’s leading manufacturers. Competitors will present their pitch to an executive group of judges later in the day.

Workshops
3:00PM - 5:00PM
Workshop One: Using blockchain to improve the supply chain

The blockchain “Second Internet Revolution” will have significant implications on not just financial transactions, but many areas of business operations.  The supply chain is an especially powerful area to apply the advantages of a highly secure data ledger and the “smart contract” features of the Ethereum public and Hyperledger private blockchains. 

Blockchain-driven supply chains offer one combined, transparent database of information, far more secure from hacking, protection against counterfeit goods, far more trust, disintermediation of some middlemen, and, overall, faster and lower cost deliveries.

Blockchain has been in use for some applications for years, and IBM and Maersk will be rolling out their proven blockchain application for international ocean shipping in early 2018.  Many other large companies are using blockchain for a variety of supply chain applications, and companies of all size, in all parts of the supply chain (from manufacturers to retailers) need to be looking at how they can exploit blockchain to improve business efficiency and lower costs.

This workshop will provide:

  • An explanation of how blockchain technology works
  • The major advantages of blockchain in supply chain application
  • A case study of a client we have worked with to add blockchain to their supply chain automation system
  • Examples of supply chain systems currently using blockchain
  • A forecast of how blockchain systems are likely to impact the supply chain

Blockchain Business Consultants Dr. Drew Miller Managing Director Blockchain Business Consultants

Workshop Two: Smartly Managing Transportation Capacity/Cost Increases

Every company is feeling significant financial pressure regarding the impact of the current transportation capacity and cost issues.  Stronger working relationships between shippers and carriers is key but more can be done.  Standard transportation planning and execution decisions focus on minimizing costs while meeting customer service and regulatory requirements.  But are all customers and their delivery locations equal to your bottom line?  Are some delivery locations significantly more important as it relates to the continued generation of healthy operating profits while others are marginal or worse?

This interactive Workshop will focus on key considerations to proactively manage through these transportation issues.  These considerations are based on segmentation strategies that are tied to the actual profit performance of every delivery location in addition to the measure of service and productivity performances. The result is transportation planning and execution decisions that do not treat all delivery locations the same.  Instead, service levels are defined and managed to selectively absorb higher transportation costs across all customer delivery locations.

Competitive Insights Richard Sharpe CEO Competitive Insights

Workshop Three: Self-driving trucks are rapidly developing as an option for long haul trucking.  How can you leverage the technology to lower costs in your supply chain?

The near-term objective is to make it possible for long-haul trips to be managed by fewer drivers, eliminating the need for team driving.  One company, Embark, recently completed a coast-to-coast trip from L.A. to Jacksonville, Florida, driving 2,400 miles. The goal of self-driving trucks is to drive highway miles between transfer hubs, where human drivers will take over for the last miles through urban and industrial parks.  Uber predicts that between 500,000 and 1.5 million self-driving trucks will be on the road by 2028.  It is widely expected self-driving trucks will be used far more efficiently and drive down the cost of freight and stimulate demand.

During breakout groups we will:

  • Evaluate self-driving trucks’ effect on TL, LTL, brokerage, asset and non-asset based transportation service providers, dedicated contract carriage, backhaul, rail, and air
  • Understand how it may affect network design and warehouse locations
  • How will the new ELD mandate will drive faster adaptation of the technology

Tompkins International Lisa Kennedy Project Manager Tompkins International

Keynote
5:00PM - 6:00PM
Keynote: Multichannel and omnichannel are dead, it is onto unichannel

The modern digital supply network model is powered by advanced analytics. Discover ways to improve visibility, operational efficiency and decision making across whole operations.

  • What’s the new retail reality? Why old retail is about Bricks vs. Clicks and new retail is about Bricks and Clicks, old retail is about merchandising and new retail is about Supply Chain
  • Reinventing your company: Whether you’re a 3PL or a CSCO, find out why you must reinvent your supply chain to get your fair share of future growth and make major contributions to your firm’s success
  • Where should you focus your attention? Why you must look at DTC, BOPIS, multi-tenant 3PLs, collaborative logistics, local automated fulfilment and crossborder

Tompkins International Supply Chain Consulting Jim Tompkins Chairman and CEO Tompkins International Supply Chain Consulting

6:00PM - 6:15PM
Awards and presentation of open innovation challenge winner
6:15PM
Welcome Networking Reception

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June 6th & 7th 2018 — Day 1 & 2
xx:xx
Keynotes
xx:xx
Keynote: Leverage the upstream to provide fast, convenient and efficient delivery in home improvement
  • Translate ‘whenever, wherever, however’ into a concerted delivery strategy with an impactful end-to-end retail customer experience
  • See the whole supply chain in a single view of inventory to maximize ‘fast, convenient and efficient’ without disrupting your margins
  • Learn how to work with your upstream supply chain partners to expand the opportunities for efficient, cost-effective fulfilment

Home Depot Mark Holifield EVP Supply Chain & Product Development Home Depot

xx:xx
Keynote: The future of freight forwarding: connection, disruption, and combination
  • Connection: the ability to connect the global dots and create new ones to construct a new customer experience.
  • Disruption: Disruption is a bad thing if somebody does it to you. It’s a very good thing if you do it to yourself.
  • Combination: Partnership is a word thrown around often in the business world. Everybody wants it. Nobody disagrees with it. Most of us underestimate what it takes to truly achieve it.

UPS Cindy Miller President, Freight Forwarding UPS

xx:xx
Keynote: Using the Vested Way to improve your outsourcing
  • Improve your outsourcing relationships: Learn how following five simple rules can help you collaborate more effectively with your partners, benefitting you, them and your customers
  • Be inspired by the art of the possible: Find out how extensive research started in 2010 at the University of Tennessee has led to the development of a brand-new methodology for successful outsourcing in just 8 years
  • Hear how Vested is being piloted in the 3PL sector: Discover how organizations like Intel, Dell, DHL, FedEx Supply Chain, and NuSkin are improving their operations through Vested

University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business Kate Vitasek Faculty, Graduate & Executive Education University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business

Register Now

Save $1000 with our Ultra Early Bird discount. Expires Tomorrow!

June 6th & 7th 2018 — Day 1 & 2
xx:xx
Technology Track
xx:xx
Logistics Focus
Supply Chain
xx:xx
Drive the digital evolution

The evolution of the digital supply chain is well underway. New technologies and innovative entrants to market have arrived steadily over the past few years, encouraging larger players to fight back with their own solutions. As executives grapple with the pace of change combined with uncertainty about how the market will play out, it remains vital to maintain an overarching strategic point of view and a focus on producing tangible outcomes.

From investigating proven areas of implementation and ROI, to managing the impact of digitalization on the workforce, the technology track will inspire you to find innovative routes to achieving a best-in-class operation. Transform both your and your customers’ businesses with the adoption of a digital supply chain.

Lineage Logistics Greg Lehmkuhl President and CEO Lineage Logistics

DHL Supply Chain Jim Monkmeyer President, Transportation DHL Supply Chain

Hub Group Vava Dimond Chief Information Officer Hub Group

Dachser Frank Guenzerodt President & CEO USA Dachser

American Global Jon Slangerup CEO American Global

DHL Supply Chain Kalyan Sakthi VP IT DHL Supply Chain

ARC Advisory Steve Banker Vice President, SCM ARC Advisory

Trusted IoT Alliance Zaki Manian Executive Director Trusted IoT Alliance

Locus Rob otics Karen Leavitt CMO Locus Robotics

CHEP North America Scott Roberts VP of Logistics and Supply Chain Planning CHEP North America

Raytheon David Wilkins CSCO Raytheon

Technology that drives supply chain success

The new wave of disruptive digital technologies is transforming processes for businesses and their customers. Discover how leading companies are capitalizing on digital trends to update their business strategy, create sentient supply chains and empower the workforce of the future.

IBM Ron Castro VP Operations and Supply Chain Execution IBM

Schneider Electric Brian Tessier VP Supply Chain Transformation and Global Innovation Schneider Electric

Land O'Lakes Yone Dewberry CSCO Land O'Lakes

Kohler. Co Paul Nugent Logistics Director Kohler. Co

Electrolux Bjorn Vang Jensen VP Global Logistics Electrolux

3D Systems Chaim Huijsman VP Global Logistics 3D Systems

Mercury Gate Monica Wooden CEO Mercury Gate

Trusted IoT Alliance Zaki Manian Executive Director Trusted IoT Alliance

Locus Robotics Karen Leavitt CMO Locus Robotics

IBM Shari Diaz Ecosystem and Innovation Leader, Watson Supply Chain IBM

Register Now

Save $1000 with our Ultra Early Bird discount. Expires Tomorrow!

June 6th & 7th 2018 — Day 1 & 2
xx:xx
eCommerce Track
xx:xx
Logistics Focus
Supply Chain
xx:xx
Capture emerging opportunities in eCommerce

With worldwide eCommerce sales set to reach $4.5 trillion by 2021, it is vital that logistics providers develop strategies to capitalize on opportunities now. Staying ahead of the game will allow you to maximize growth and revenue from the rapidly burgeoning B2B and last mile markets.

Companies are seizing the opportunity to innovate in this growing market, with start-ups already gaining ground on existing players. This track will help you refine your eCommerce strategy by learning from the companies who are already disrupting the market, and the shippers who are driving 3PL decisions themselves.

ArcBest Judy McReynolds President and CEO ArcBest

Tompkins International Supply Chain Consulting Jim Tompkins Chairman and CEO Tompkins International Supply Chain Consulting

Burris Logistics John Teixera President, Custom Distribution Burris Logistics

XPO Logistics Will O'Shea Last Mile, Senior Vice President, Sales Solutions XPO Logistics

Transport and Logistics Advisors Lee Clair Managing Partner Transport and Logistics Advisors

Cushman & Wakefield Rich Hamilton Managing Director Cushman & Wakefield

SEKO James Gagne President SEKO

Mastering the eCommerce Matrix

Successfully aligning inventory management, order delivery and fulfilment with customer demands requires agility and flexibility across the entire supply chain. Take advantage of omnichannel trends to deliver the customer experience that will ensure your competitive advantage in this costly arena.

Fun.com Dallas Clarksean COO Fun.com

Aldo Craig Jones VP Supply Chain Aldo

Nike Sergio Villalobos Global 3PL Strategy Nike

Build Direct Jim Hourigan COO Build Direct

Register Now

Save $1000 with our Ultra Early Bird discount. Expires Tomorrow!

June 6th & 7th 2018 — Day 1 & 2
xx:xx
Strategy Track
xx:xx
Logistics Focus
Supply Chain
xx:xx
Innovate to combat market pressures

Capacity is becoming an ever more pressing concern for the industry. With growing labor issues, fuel price increases and global concerns over trade agreements, the industry is being pushed towards 2008-level cost pressures.

This track will examine ways to promote growth against this backdrop, as well as the latest trends in M&A and how to work with customers to offset cost increases through innovation.

Schenker AG Tom Schmitt Member of the Board of Management, Chief Commercial Officer and Contract Logistics Schenker AG

Hub Group John Vesco President of Hub Group Trucking Hub Group

Florida East Coast Railway Brad Hall SVP and Chief Commercial Officer Florida East Coast Railway

GlobalTranz Robert Farrell CEO GlobalTranz

Penske Logistics Joe Carlier SVP of Global Sales Penske Logistics

G2 Capital Advisors Ronald Lentz Managing Director G2 Capital Advisors

Barrington Capital Partners, LLC Stephen Fraser Managing Director Barrington Capital Partners, LLC

BG Strategic Advisors Ben Gordon Managing Director BG Strategic Advisors

PATH Jonathon McKay Partner PATH

GenPro Nikhil Sathe CFO GenPro

Kane is Able Mike Gardner CEO Kane is Able

Your supply chain, strengthened by a successful strategy

Advances in supply chain technology, combined with changing customer behaviours, are forcing manufacturers and retailers to rethink their strategy. With higher risks and an ever-increasing demand for speed and agility, organizations are looking to become increasingly sustainable and innovative while keeping the customer at the heart of their strategy. To meet the long-term strategic objectives of your organization, you will need to align your network structure with customer needs, whilst balancing innovation and sustainable capabilities.

Coca-Cola Robin Haddock Group Supply Planning Director Coca-Cola

KeHE Distributors, LLC Chris Sieburg EVP Transportation & Customer Services KeHE Distributors, LLC

Horizon Group Nancy Marino COO Horizon Group

Revzilla Nic Vu CEO Revzilla

Newell Brands Jonathan Bruser Director, Planning and Supply Chain Strategy Newell Brands

GoPro Jeremiah Pomerleau Senior Manager, Transportation & Trade Compliance GoPro

Mattel Peter Gibbons CSCO Mattel

Tata Consultancy Services Limited Richard Sherman Senior Fellow, Supply Chain Centre of Excellence Tata Consultancy Services Limited

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