Global Logistics & SCM Summit Asia 2006
|Event Date/Time: Jun 14, 2006||End Date/Time: Jun 16, 2006|
|Early Registration Date: Mar 17, 2006|
Global Logistics & SCM Summit in China 2006 is the most anticipated and comprehensive logistics and supply chain event ever held in China.This groundbreaking event is the single largest platform which provide educational and networking opportunities with top-level corporate experts, academics and other gurus in the supply chain arena. More than 200 high-profile logistics & supply chain professionals across 9 industries covering Aerospace, Automotive, High-Tech and Electronics, Consumer Goods ,Retail, Manufacturing, Chemicals, Downstream Oil & Gas, Pharmaceuticals will convene here to critically address the latest issues impacting executives involved in the supply chain management.
As the conference will have an in-depth working character, we have invited around 30 high-profile speakers from all over the world to share their expertise and experinces and exchange ideas on innovation of supply chain in the future.
At the conference, we would like to
1:Keeping abreast with the various trends and development of Logistics & Supply Chain Managment
2:Discovering the challenges and prospect of China¡¯s transportation network and its impact to logistics
3:Solving the supply chain puzzle in China
4:Creating a competitive advantage through building Demand Driven Supply Network(DDSN)
5:Hearing how you can build a responsive supply chain from the top experts and best practitioner
6:Strategic in global souring, especial sourcing from emerging countries like China, India
7:Benchmarking to facilitate better bottom-line profits
8:Converging Six Sigma, and Lean for Global Supply Chain excellency
9:Building Reverse Logistics and Closed Loop Supply Chains
10:E-business and Supply Chain Intergretion
11:Financial Supply Chain
12:Global trends of RFID
13:Improving the business processes through integrated supply chain management
14:Leveraging the outsourcing capacity in optimising trade efficiency
15:Embracing the role of IT in supply chain management for more efficient flow of goods, information and capital.