Pine Brook, NJ, October 19, 2009 - Flash Global Logistics, the global leader in single source supply chain solutions for mission critical parts and products, today announced that Philippe Jadoul, VP International for Flash Global Logistics, will be speaking at the Strategic Service Management Conference in Amsterdam at 12:00 on October 28, 2009.
Russia, one of the emerging market BRIC countries, has its own inherent challenges and opportunities. Successfully navigating the intricacies of the international supply chain for Russia, including IOR/EOR, customs clearance and compliance, centralizing your service practices and planning for sustainable growth are necessary for profitability and success in the market. Mr. Jadoul will discuss the keys to developing and implementing the right model that will support a highly successful after sales strategy in the hot emerging Russian market.
"Emerging markets are essential to corporate growth," says Jadoul. "Globalization and expansion require a service infrastructure that can adapt to and manage diverse and constantly changing laws and regulations. Moving service parts into and out of countries and across borders expediently and with relatively low cost can be a challenge without the proper knowledge. During our discussions at SSM, we will explore how companies can successfully overcome these challenges and capitalize upon the significant opportunity that lies in the emerging Russian technology corridor."
Join Jadoul and other executives from Flash Global Logistics and gain knowledge on how to achieve a competitive advantage, plan your strategy, leverage your investment in the region, or consider and determine if this is a market for your company's growth and expansion.
Jadoul continues, "Education, planning and execution will eliminate costly mistakes and service obstacles as companies enter into client agreements to support sales in this region. Once services are established, the benefits will extend throughout the organization and can build stronger relationships and higher revenues."
Strategic Service Management is a high-profile conference that concentrates on delivering fresh insight and key strategies that enables companies to achieve sustainable growth and deliver agile support to customers across global markets. In three consecutive days, attendees will join over 150 service professionals from across Europe and learn how to implement successfully in a competitive environment, protect brand integrity and overcome this year's most challenging service issues, including:
To support its clients in Russia, Flash recently expanded its capabilities and infrastructure to 59 locations across the region, as well as having established strong professional relationships locally to enable correct and transparent cross-border operations, thus helping clients ensure compliance to in-country requirements.
Additionally, Flash maintains IOR/EOR relationships for clients in 85 countries worldwide.
About Flash Global Logistics: Flash provides mission critical inventory management and engineers supply chain solutions for clients worldwide. Flash is headquartered in the U.S. and is incorporated in Germany and Brazil. The company's global capabilities and infrastructure span approximately 700 Forward Stocking Locations, 12 multi-client distribution centers, five command centers and several regional offices. Services include rapid setup and deployment for the global movement of critical parts and products, including IOR/EOR in approximately 85 countries, evaluation of in-country requirements, paperwork documentation/streamlining, minimization of customs clearance times, VAT deferment management and bonded warranty warehouses. Flash's blue chip client roster includes companies in high tech, healthcare, telecommunications, semiconductor, computer data storage and networking. With asset light network modeling for flexibility and maximum cost consideration for clients, Flash engineers solutions that map service applications directly to clients' requirements. For more information, please call 973.808.3360 or visit www.flashlogistics.com.
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