European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit 2009

  The European Supply Chain and Logistics Summit (SCL Europe 2009) is the conference and networking event that delivers answers to the time-critical questions impacting your supply chain and logistics processes across Europe and beyond.

  Ed Holden, Editor in Chief at Manufacturing & Logistics IT will be chairing an event now in its 11th year. This three day conference begins with a special focus day that explores the most prominent issues in supply chain and logistics management and sets the scene for a further two days of keynote addresses, streamed industry sessions, interactive workshops and pre-arranged one-to-one meetings designed for you to take back the information critical to your business.

  In conjunction with the summit on the 8th June, the world's supply chain and logistics community will be rewarded for best practice at the annual Supply Chain Distinction Awards. The ceremony will reward the world's foremost enterprises for unparalleled performance and celebrate supply chain excellence across vital disciplines including supply chain innovation, collaboration and social responsibility.

  Programme highlights include:

     How strategic sourcing will drive business forward through challenging economic times, led by Jurrien Zandbergen, Director, Synergies & Productivity, Danone Netherlands

     Optimising your supply chain management to drive profitability in today's global climate, led by Dr Jrgen Krger, Director, Economies of the Member States, Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs, European Commission Belgium

     Kaizen for the 21st Century: How "lean = green" and minimises the inventory costs in your supply chain, led by James Booth, European Kaizen Director, Esselte Germany

     From "Build to Order" to "Build to Stock" How realigning the supply chain will drive the bottom line, led by Mike Gray, Supply Chain Director, DELL, Inc USA

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  Or Contact: Laurence Allen - Event Marketing Director on  or call +44 (0) 207 202 7560

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