Executive Briefings

4th Annual Food Chain Summit

Be a part of the industry's "Must Attend Event" as you plan for your company's future growth.

The 4th Annual Food Chain Summit October 8th and 9th in Phoenix, Arizona, features the ideal peer-to-peer networking environment for top-level executives in Transportation, Operations, Procurement and Planning  from CPGs, produce, ingredient suppliers as well as foodservice operators and retail/grocers.  This year's 4th Annual NLS Food Chain Summit will be covering issues ranging from collaboration across your value chain, continuous improvement, reduction of cost of goods sold, and innovations in procurement, transportation and warehousing.

Participation Advantages

  • Benchmark against best-practices, share challenges and lessons learned.
  • Discover the latest methodologies and strategies being utilized by America's foremost experts in the food industry from Coke, Starbucks, SUPERVALU and Kraft among others.
  • Discuss, examine and evaluate topical issues facing the F&B industry as it pertains to the role of a supply chain, logistics, distribution or procurement manager.
  • Meet and network with a select group of the food and beverage industry's foremost solution providers.
  • Determine and adopt the most practical and applicable models and technology solutions for your business.
  • Network with the industry's best minds, share ideas and innovative concepts in a relaxed environment.
  • Discover new partnership opportunities and re-establish past associations.

 

Key event highlights:

  • Tracking and Managing Supplier Risk
  • The impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act on Transportation, Distribution, Operations and Procurement managers
  • Achieving a Demand-Driven Supply Chain
  • Collaborative Distribution
  • Maintaining cold chain integrity throughout your supply chain
  • Transportation predictions and recommendations: domestic  & global
  • Supply Chain Risk Management
  • Ethical Sourcing  vs. Profitability
  • Innovative Transportation Savings
  • Driving Supply Chain cost savings 

                    www.fcsna.net

The 4th Annual Food Chain Summit October 8th and 9th in Phoenix, Arizona, features the ideal peer-to-peer networking environment for top-level executives in Transportation, Operations, Procurement and Planning  from CPGs, produce, ingredient suppliers as well as foodservice operators and retail/grocers.  This year's 4th Annual NLS Food Chain Summit will be covering issues ranging from collaboration across your value chain, continuous improvement, reduction of cost of goods sold, and innovations in procurement, transportation and warehousing.

Participation Advantages

  • Benchmark against best-practices, share challenges and lessons learned.
  • Discover the latest methodologies and strategies being utilized by America's foremost experts in the food industry from Coke, Starbucks, SUPERVALU and Kraft among others.
  • Discuss, examine and evaluate topical issues facing the F&B industry as it pertains to the role of a supply chain, logistics, distribution or procurement manager.
  • Meet and network with a select group of the food and beverage industry's foremost solution providers.
  • Determine and adopt the most practical and applicable models and technology solutions for your business.
  • Network with the industry's best minds, share ideas and innovative concepts in a relaxed environment.
  • Discover new partnership opportunities and re-establish past associations.

 

Key event highlights:

  • Tracking and Managing Supplier Risk
  • The impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act on Transportation, Distribution, Operations and Procurement managers
  • Achieving a Demand-Driven Supply Chain
  • Collaborative Distribution
  • Maintaining cold chain integrity throughout your supply chain
  • Transportation predictions and recommendations: domestic  & global
  • Supply Chain Risk Management
  • Ethical Sourcing  vs. Profitability
  • Innovative Transportation Savings
  • Driving Supply Chain cost savings 

                    www.fcsna.net