Walgreens’ Supply Chain Mission and A Look at Logistics-Customer Relationships – complimentary webinars

Posted by editor [1] on Mar 12, 2014

More and more manufacturers and retailers are relying on outsourcing the logistics side of their business.

Additionally, these same manufacturers and retailers are also attempting to ensure tight cross-functional relationships and leverage strategic partnerships internally.

As pressures mount to increase revenue for all supply chain stakeholders, how can LSPs and Shippers develop mutually beneficial relationships, and how can manufacturers ensure that their internal strategies are equally supported?

To answer these vital questions, eft have organised two in-depth, high-level complimentary webinars for you: 

Logistics - Customer Relationships and The Future of the Industry [2]- will take place on Tuesday, March 18th at 9:00am Pacific, 12:00pm Eastern. Kate Vitasek, Lead Researcher Vested, University of Tennessee will be take you through a Dell-Genco case-study delving into vested outsourcing, exploring how to take the guesswork out of structuring a 3PL relationship and contract. Greg Aimi will then present Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Global Third Party Logistics providing you with background on the Logistics market-place, and the directions it is set to take in 2014. 

To register to participate in this webinar and to receive the recordings: Register Here [3]

Supply Chain – The Walgreens Supply Chain Mission: An Interview with SVP of Supply Chain, Reuben Slone [4] will take place on Friday March 28th at 9:00am Pacific, 12:00pm Eastern. Rich Sherman, Principal Essentialist, Supply Chain Management, Trissential and author will chart how companies can find innovative approaches to supply chain challenges, exploring market signs from a people, process and technology perspective. Rich will then interview Reuben Slone, SVP of Supply Chain at Walgreens on the company’s future strategic plans, cross-functional relationships and innovation activities.

To register to participate in this webinar and to receive the recordings: Register Here [4]

Both webinars will also feature a live Q&A so you can pitch your questions to the speakers.  Even if you are unable to listen in live, by registering above, you will receive the webinar recordings a week after the live event.

To Receive both recordings, be-sure to sign-up to both webinars.