Hi-Tech & Electronics Supply Chain Summit, Amsterdam Nears Full Capacity

Over 100 senior supply chain executives from the biggest hi-tech retailers and manufacturers, including Media Saturn, HP, Infineon, Philips and Sony, will be coming together in Amsterdam (May 21-22) to discuss supply chain strategies to drive growth in...

Representatives from all areas of the hi-tech ecosystem will be gathering in Amsterdam in just over 2 weeks’ time (May 21-22) with semiconductor giants including Infineon, consumer electronics leaders such as Sony, Nikon and Logitech and the biggest electronics retailer in Europe, Media Saturn, all booking their places at the Hi-Tech Supply Chan Summit. A sample of the delegates can be found here - http://events.eyefortransport.com/hitech/attendees.php
Commenting on the audience attendance at the summit, event director Sophie Farrow said: “With even the biggest and most successful players in the hi-tech industry facing constant battles to perfect and optimise their overly complex and costly supply chains, the Hi-Tech and Electronics Supply Chain Summit is the perfect opportunity to pin down and formulate actionable supply chain strategies. With the presence of so many industry heavyweights we can look forward to some lively and proactive discussions and plenty of key takeaways for the attendees. ”
Top hi-tech supply chain industry figures from a number of the leading hi-tech brands, will be sharing their insight at the event in May.  Some of the senior level representatives addressing the audience in 2014 include:
  • Folkert Bouwe Bölger - VP Head of Operations, Head of Procurement - Bang & Olufsen
  • Kurt Gruber - VP Corporate Supply Chain - Infineon
  • Fred Hartung - VP Supply Chain - Jabil
  • Michael Ahner - Head of Logistics - Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Mariska Bohm, Head of EMEA Logistics – Lexmark
  • Nicky Monaghan - MD - Foxconn Turkey
  • Paul Kelly - Supply Chain Management and Strategy - Telefonica


Key agenda themes will focus on the hottest trends impacting supply chain globalisation in the hi-tech space. Highly interactive and in-depth sessions will explore how big data can enhance connectivity and visibility, provide top tips on optimising supply chain networks to reduce freight costs and provide understand as to why Turkey is the next big strategic logistics location for hi-tech companies.
With 20+ senior-level speakers, 10 carefully researched and insightful sessions and over 100 high level delegates, this is Europe’s only focussed event on the hi-tech supply chain industry.
For the complete event programme and speaker line-up, please visit the website at www.eft.com/hitech or contact the event director Sophie Farrow at sfarrow@eft.com or +44 207 375 7587.
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