Top supply chain executives from Dell, HP, Siemens, ABB, GE, Flextronics, Agilent, John Deere, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Philips, Alstom, Renault, Valeo, Ford, Haier, etc. are the latest to join a group of 200+ leading executives from leading manufacturing companies for two days of in-depth discussion and strategic debate at GlobalSCM's Manufacturing Supply Chain Summit 2011.
The Summit will feature high-level discussions on how to drive supply chain transformation through alignment and collaboration in the manufacturing industry.
Executives will hear keynote presentations and sofa discussions from expert speakers including Sean Trainor, Director of Global Supply Chain and Fulfillment, Dell; Philippe Paban, VP of Supply Chain & Manufacturing Information Systems, Renault; Emmanuel Deligans, VP & CPO of Siemens China; Mark Shandley, VP of Supply Chain Management, Flextronics; Noorashidah Ahmad, VP of Global Supply Chain, Agilent Technologies; Peter Carlsson, Senior VP & CPO, NXP; Steven Hsieh, Director of Supply Management, Asia John Deere as well as more than sixteen others during the two-day Summit.
Key themes at the Summit will tackle key supply chain trends, dynamic supply chain, supply chain alignment, roadmap for vertical and horizontal collaboration, achieving best network optimization and much more.
The event takes place in Shanghai on March 31 - April 1, 2011. Limited early-bird passes are still available for senior supply chain executives in the relevant industries, and very few sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available.
Please contact Forrest Song for further details.
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