With supply chain disruptions persisting, building long-term capacity and resilience in the food industry supply chain is an imperative issue for retailers and suppliers alike. Collaboration and communication are key to determining root causes, addressing current roadblocks, and building roadmaps for supply chain recovery.
At the 2022 FMI Supply Chain Forum, October 18-20, 2022, in Arlington, VA, along with leading retailers and suppliers, we will explore the path to meaningful supply chain improvements by providing a forum to help improve conditions in the short and longer-term. Specific goals for the event include:
The event will focus on three key focus areas – Transportation & Logistics, Collaboration & Communication, Labor Shortage & Workforce Challenges. Attendees can expect deep dives on topics including:
The event welcomes senior and mid-level executives in supply chain, logistics, merchandising, procurement, retail operations, transportation warehousing, sales, and customer supply chain. Attendees can expect open, honest, and timely conversations with industry partners to address immediate needs to restore supply chain equilibrium and product flow, unlocking efficiencies and build long-term capacity and resilience.
Learn more and register for the must-attend 2022 FMI Supply Chain Forum.
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