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Shanghai, China, 2007/06/12 - Organized by the Global Supply Chain Council, Asia’s leading supply chain professional organization, the 2nd Service Parts Logistics Summit will be held in Shanghai on September 12, 2007.
The theme of spare parts and reverse logistics has become one of the most important subjects for companies operating in China. Companies who are starting to manage properly their Services Parts Logistics (SPL) are already creating a real competitive advantage in the market. They gain credibility, time to fix problems and replace pieces and experiences in satisfying customers. They also gain money by reducing the amount of product buys to face demands.
Supported by Barkawi and Arvato Logistics, the Service Parts Logistics Summit is a reasonably-priced event that will help logistics managers to take control of their service parts and improve their knowledge on after-sales operations.
"Unlike other events organized by IQPC, WBR or Marcus Evans which tend to be too expensive and too long, this reasonably priced one-day conference will continue to educate a wide range of logistics managers and bridge the information gap to any executives, not only the top executives, wanting to learn about spare parts logistics" explained Max Henry, Founder & Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Council, "our delegates fees start at US$ 200 and feature in just one-day the same number of sessions and speakers as any other conference organizers, plus it takes place in a five-star hotel"
“Our competitors have been unable to sustain an event on this key topic and the latest shutdown, bankruptcy or withdrawal of conference organizers like DGI and IQPC in China is a demonstration that the industry is not willing to pay high prices for supply chain events. With the Service Parts Logistics Summit, like the other events we organize, the Council is uniquely as a strong supply chain organization providing the best value supply chain events in China.” added Max Henry.
The event will include conference sessions, breakout sessions and a mini-exhibition covering the latest offerings in reverse and after market logistics in China. A modular program of educational sessions provides maximum flexibility to interested parties, allowing you to choose the format that suits your personal objectives: keynote sessions, industry issue seminars, industry-specific case studies, interactive workshops, practical product demonstrations.
Call for Speakers - If you are a manufacturer running efficient service or spare parts logistics, a service provider or an expert in China reverse logistics, this is your best opportunity to increase your profile, generate leads and form partnerships. There is currently no direct charge for speaker to deliver their sessions and around 15 speakers or panelists will be selected. Time for each speaker is 30 min plus 15min Q&A.