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MODEX 2014 – The greatest supply chain show on Earth

Thursday, 30 Jan 2014 ( #652 )
George W. Prest, CEO, MHI.
Gain perspective from the thought leaders of the supply chain at keynotes and educational seminars. Meet new contacts and resources throughout the show. Find the solutions that can drive your business forward.

The only place you can do all of it is MODEX 2014. It’s your best opportunity to build the connections – from contacts and suppliers to products and innovations – that create success.

Improve your visibility. Streamline your operations. Maximize your efficiency. Get started at the greatest supply chain show on Earth – MODEX 2014.

A chain of knowledge.
By attending MODEX 2014, you will have access to a massive gathering of industry thought leaders. They’re not just here, they’re here to share what they know.

At MODEX 014 you can find the solutions that can drive your business forward.

MODEX 2014 includes educational sessions, seminars and keynotes that cover manufacturing and supply chain trends, technologies and innovations. The MODEX 2014 Education Conference includes three keynotes and 88 supplier-led seminars.

In addition, MODEX 2014 will host several collocated educational events presented by 15 leading associations. Together, we aim to provide one-of-a-kind insights into the overall supply chain.

Note: MODEX Keynotes are FREE to all attendees.Register to attend MODEX 2014 - HERE.

Monday, March 17, 8:30-9:45 AM
'Shipping Trends for Global Supply Chains'
Edward H. Bastian, President, Delta Airlines

Examine trends and issues in the global supply chain from both a carrier and a shipper’s perspective. Attendees will gain insight into future global supply chain issues and trends, advanced manufacturing customer needs, and technology applications.

Delta Air Lines President Edward H. Bastian will discuss Delta’s role in global commerce and his perspective on future challenges and technologies essential to competitiveness.

Edward will be followed by a moderated shippers’ panel to explore supply chain challenges and opportunities for advanced manufacturing companies. Panelists will represent companies in aerospace, automotive and pharmaceutical industries.  

Tuesday, March 18, 8:30-9:45 AM
'A Conversation with Lee Scott'
Moderator: Mitch MacDonald, President and CEO of AGILE Business Media, LLC
Lee Scott, American businessman and former CEO of Wal-Mart

Long before he was chairman of Wal-Mart, Lee Scott was known for building what many regard as the best supply chain in retail. In this keynote, Lee Scott will detail how to build a logistics and supply chain organization that is a market differentiator.  Hear what it takes to match supply chain performance to a company’s needs by hiring the right people and giving them the right experiences.

In this conversation with Mitch Mac Donald, president and CEO of AGILE Business Media, Lee Scott will offer his tips on how you can cope with today’s rapid rate of change in the battle to deliver products to consumers at the lowest prices.

Scott Sopher, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP.
Wednesday, March 19, 8:30-9:45 AM
'Preview of MHI Industry Report'
George W. Prest, CEO, MHI and Scott Sopher, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Scott Sopher, the principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Supply Chain practice, the national leader of the Supply Chain Strategy & Planning services will join George W. Prest, CEO of MHI, to present the findings of the new industry report from MHI. The report will focus on industry trends and issues that will be impacting business for the next three to five years.

Register today for the greatest supply chain show on Earth at
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