MSCO’13, the World Supply Chain Summit Focus on Manufacturing Industry, provides a lively forum on the key drivers and the need for methods to identify and assess trends that may result in new or 'emerging' supply chain risks; best practice and case studies on how visionaries operate demand-driven value network and dynamic alignment in a changing world; and industry insights for companies to turn risk into competitive advantage at the crossroads in 2013.
As we look out at 2013 and beyond, there are some key trends that will heavily influence the electronics ecosystem and its players: from component manufacturers up through to the OEM brand owner.
Mr. Gerry Fay, Chief Global Logistics and Operations Officer, Avnet, will give a speech at MSCO’13 Shanghai in March. He will predict top 5 supply chain trends and examine how these predictions will be realized, who will be impacted and how this might change the game from the products being designed to the products being delivered.
If you attend this year, you will learn from many presenters. Programme highlights include:
Dana, John Roden, Sr VP Global Supply Chain Management: Developing a Global Supply Chain Strategy Road Map
Lenovo, John Egan, VP Manufacturing: Delivering BOLD Business Results in 90 days by Leveraging Untapped Employee Energy and Creativity
Ciena, Shauna Gamble, VP Global Supply Chain Operations: Supply Chain as a Differentiator in the Telecommunications Market.
Cisco, Yang Jian, Dr of Product Ops and North Asia Global Manufacturing Ops: Vision in the New Economy: A Business Relevant Supply Chain to Drive Growth and Success.
The Manufacturing Supply Chain Officer Summit will take place in Shanghai March 21-22, 2013.