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Shanghai, China, 2007/02/23 - Get Ready for the First Supply Chain and Logistics Roadshow in China with stops in Tianjin, Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou and Shenzhen on June 4-8.
The 5-days/5-cities tour will bring together leading experts and practitioners to discuss the latest in supply chain management in China in an interactive series of half-day practical and experience sharing seminars. Experts in supply chain, logistics, procurement, and China operations will provide insight and experience into the current trends and developments of supply chain management in China.
"Many China-based executives are wondering how supply chain management will impact their business this year," said Max Henry, Founder & Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Council. "There are a lot of questions about SCM, and this Roadshow is designed to provide specific answers to all their questions."
Join the Global Supply Chain Council for a series of exciting half day event that includes in depth presentations and experience sharing all across China. In each stop is scheduled a non-for-profit half-a-day afternoon seminar featuring each time 4 to 5 speakers.
Topics to be addressed include Supply Chain Management, Procurement & Sourcing, Logistics & Transportation, Retail & Distribution, Planning & Forecast, Information Technology, Customs & Regulations, Risk Management, Quality Assurance, Repair & Maintenance, Best Practices (Lean, 6 Sigma) and many more...
“We're looking forward to traveling the country to meet with any executives interested in supply chain management, and showing them some of the most interesting initiatives and solutions that happen in China” added Max Henry.
The roadshow will stop on the following cities:
- Tianjin, Monday, June 4
- Beijing, Tuesday, June 5
- Chengdu, Wednesday, June 6
- Guangzhou, Thursday, June 7
- Shenzhen, Friday, June 8
Call for Speakers
Speakers at the upcoming SupplyChain Roadshow will have an unparalleled opportunity to address an wide and diverse audience keen on exploring the latest thinking, trends and developments of supply chain management in China.
Interested in leading a seminar at the SupplyChain Roadshow? Send a description of your proposed topic and a short biography outlining your background and qualifications to Max Henry or call if your have questions.
Details of the seminar and roadshow series and the China Supply Chain Council are available online.