Don't miss the 2nd Transwide Executive Breakfast

30th of September, 2008 at the Hilton London Metropole 

The event is in partnership with Manufacturing & Logistics IT, with participation of:       

Invista, one of the worlds largest integrated fibers and polymers businesses, will introduce the solutions they implemented to manage the communication of their inbound and outbound logistic traffic.

Based on Invista's operational experience, Mrs  Louise Clifford will talk about the extended collaboration in the supply chain.  This networking event with logistician peers is an outstanding occasion to gain the latest insights into the latest value adding trend in the field. 


Imerys, a 3,4 billion euro integrated international mining group with activities from deposit through to customer, has an unmatched portfolio of resources in items of diversity and geographic balance and an excellent grasp of large-scale mineral conversion technologies.

Mr Nathan Guest will introduce Imerys strategic view on collaboration and visibility in their Supply Chain. He will also present the collaboration project implemented by Imerys to add an operational point of view to his argumentation.



  8h00 -  8h45   Welcome / Breakfast
  8h45 -  9h15    Introduction and Presentation Transwide solutions
  9h15 - 10h00   Presentation, Louise Clifford from Invista
10h00 - 10h30   Coffee Break
10h30 - 11h15   Presentation, Nathan Guest from Imerys
11h15 - 12h00   Question and Answer session
12h00 - 13h00    Refreshment & Networking

To register for this FREE event, visit:

Venue: Hilton London Metropole, 225 Edgware Road, London, W2 1JU, UK


About Transwide

Transwide is a global leader of transport execution network and solution providers; it offers a suite of technology solutions to enable the electronic communication and visibility of transport orders, pick-up and delivery time slots booking, real time tracing of shipments, transport documents dematerialization and performance monitoring, on a multimodal and global skill.

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