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European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit 2009
Dusseldorf, Germany - 8th - 10th June 2009
Conference / congress

The European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit (SCL Europe 2009) is the only conference and networking event to help you uncover the right supply chain solutions over the next 12-18 months.You will be involved in three days of keynote addresses, streamed sessions, interactive workshops and pre-arranged meetings with leading supply chain industry professionals, guaranteeing answers to cushion any impact on your supply chain, carrying you forward with confidence.





Date(s):
8th - 10th June 2009

Time(s):
8AM - 5:30PM Each day (GMT -12:00) Eniwetok, Kwajalein

Venue:
Swissotel

Program:
Highlights include: - Moving from “BUILD-TO-ORDER” to “BUILD-TO-STOCK” to minimise cost and drive the bottom line -Aligning financial thinking with your supply chain to maximise enterprise value -Realising business growth by “GLOCALISING” your supply chain through the economic storm -Maximise savings through a long-term lean, green supply chain strategy

Ticketing:
Prices range from €2250 to €2850

Contact for booking / more info:
laurence.allen@wtgevents.com



http://www.supplychain.eu.com
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