|Event Date/Time: Feb 07, 2012||End Date/Time: Feb 08, 2012|
Post the hit from the recession, companies across the globe are trying to get back on their feet and streamline and strengthen their Supply Chain. This is that time for them when the right strategic moves can not only improve their supply chain functions but also steer them to become market leaders.
To withstand competition in the global market while enhancing profitability, adaptive and secure supply chain networks need to be built. Supply Chains which are transparent and flexible enough to brace market dynamism, political unrest as well as natural disasters. The Middle East is well positioned in many ways, beginning from their geographical name â€“ they are smack in the middle of the world, which is where buoyant economic activity exists. Given these inherent advantages, the industries here can evolve to play a pivotal role in international trade per se, making them a fulcrum of all supply chain strategy and execution.
The focus of this conference is Supply Chain Strategies for the Middle East. Case studies, panel discussions and networking opportunities with experts and industry leaders will give the delegates a platform to interact, learn and collect business intelligence and strategic insight. The Supply Chain Middle East Strategy Summit has the SUPER SIX SESSIONS which provide an holistic purview on Supply Chain Management.
â€¢The Supply Chain Middle East Strategy Summit has the SUPER SIX SESSIONS which shall provide a holistic purview on Supply Chain Management
â€¢Identifying Solutions for Middle East companies: Core Competency of Supply Chain Management
â€¢Supply chain innovations in the post recession era.
â€¢Meeting the Talent Development Challenges for Supply Chain Management
â€¢Developing the Middle East to be a Top Choice for all Supply Chain Directors
â€¢Exclusive Leaders Panel and CIO Interactive Sessions
â€¢Sukumar Narasimhan, Reliance Industry Limited, Senior Vice President Supply Chain
â€¢Attila Bakos, General Electric, Sourcing Director EMEA
â€¢Tom Nauwelaerts, Al-Futtaim Logistics, Managing Director
â€¢Alex Borg, CILT, Regional Director & Coordinator
â€¢AndrÃ© N. Verdier, SCLG, President of the Executive Committee
â€¢Arun Tewary, Emirates Flight Catering, CIO
â€¢Anamitra Roy, IFFCO Group of Companies, CIO
â€¢Mohamed Roushdy, FSA, CIO
â€¢Mostafa Shawky, Reckitt Benckiser, Supply Service Manager
â€¢Gary Johnson, Nokia, Human Resources Director, Middle East & Africa
â€¢Jonas Cederhage, Ericsson AB, Vice President Supply - Region Middle East
â€¢Rupinder Bir Singh Bedi, IFFCO Group of Companies, Head Supply Chain
â€¢Anis Tabka, DU, VP Supply Chain Management
Who should attend:
CEO, Vice President, COO, General Manager, Director, Supply Chain Consultant, Analysts, Specialist, Managers
FUNCTIONS: Asset Management, Business Planning, Customer Service, Demand Planning, Distribution and logistics forecasting, Enterprise Resource Planning, Forecasting, Global Supply Chain, Inventory Management, Information Technology, Logistics, Material Management, New Product Planing, Operations, Order Fulfillment, Production Planning, Purchasing, Procurement, PLM, Quality Management, Research and Development, Sourcing, Strategy and Planning, Supply Chain Applications, Supply Management , Transportation, Warehouse Management.