Supply Chain Conference 2011

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Retailers and manufacturers share one supply chain.
Shouldn’t they share one supply chain conference?

The Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) are pleased to announce the second annual Supply Chain Conference: People, Products, Process and Potential, jointly hosted by the FMI-GMA Trading Partner Alliance (TPA)*.

Building on the resounding success of 2010’s inaugural joint Supply Chain Conference, the 2011 event will bring retailers and manufacturers together in one forum to showcase the latest insights and tools that are enabling unprecedented trading partner collaboration and innovation that is improving efficiency and reducing costs up and down the value chain.
 
Conference Benefits

•    Build stronger relationships throughout the supply chain to foster more efficient and collaborative execution
•    Learn model practices that are saving companies time and money
•    Get ahead of the curve on emerging issues  
•    Discuss new ideas and challenges with your peers in informal discussion groups

Designed by retailer and manufacturer supply chain executives for retailer and manufacturer supply chain executives, the conference is a can't-miss event for vice presidents, directors, regional managers and managers of:

•    Logistics
•    Operations
•    Supply Chain
•    Direct Store Delivery
•    Distribution
•    Transportation
•    Technology
•    Customer Service/Logistics
•    Strategic Development

Contacts

Program content: please contact Jeanne Iglesias at 202.295.3949 / jiglesias@gmaonline.org or Amanda Bond-Thorley at 202.220.0606 / abondthorley@fmi.org.

Sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities: please contact Jonathan Downey at 202.295.3945 / jdowney@gmaonline.org.

Registration and housing: please contact Liz Cookson at 202.295.3950 / ecookson@gmaonline.org.

*The Trading Partner Alliance (TPA) is a joint industry affairs-industry relations leadership group that was formed by GMA and FMI in January 2009.  The TPA exists to develop a shared retailer-manufacturer agenda on supply chain efficiency issues, the application of information technology, the adoption of environmentally-friendly business practices and other issues. This common agenda is executed jointly by the FMI and GMA staffs and is overseen by the boards of directors of both organizations.