Both confirmed to join the 3PL Summit and CSCO Forum in Singapore November 4-5
Over 90 senior supply chain and logistics executives are confirmed to attend the inaugural 3PL Summit and Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum in Singapore this November 4-5.
Jamal Chamariq, SVP of Supply Chain Asia at Estée Lauder and Marcelo Wesseler, CEO at SP eCommerce are the two latest senior attendees to confirm their place at the event. They join over 90 other attendees from retailers, manufacturers and LSPs for 2 days of senior level discussion on the defining trends influencing supply chain operations in the APAC region.
On the 3PL side, other attendees include CEOs and APAC Regional Directors from YCH Group, SDV, UPS Freight, Fiege and APL Logistics. Retailer and manufacturer attendance comes from companies such as Stryker, Dell, Infineon, LF Asia, Yves Rocher, HP, Becton Dickinson, Agilent and more.
The event plays host to a series of interactive workshop-style sessions, giving attendees the chance to frankly and openly discuss their concerns and crowd-solve problems. Discussions will focus on topics including Supply Chain and Logistics Success in Asia, 3PL-Customer Relationships, Risk Management, Big Data and Cross-Border Compliance.
There is a maximum capacity for 150 attendees at the event with two thirds of places already taken. Remaining passes are available online here.
Senior supply chain executives can apply to attend the event with a complimentary pass. Head to the event website for more information.
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