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Supply Chain Network Summit

The Supply Chain Network (SCN) Summit is the premier virtual event aimed at educating logistics professionals on critical issues impacting the supply chain industry.

Hear from industry experts, as they discuss trends, technologies, challenges and opportunities revolving around warehousing, transportation, sustainability, procurement, emerging technologies, workforce development, risk management and more.

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Future of the Supply Chain (December 2023)

Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive present SCN Summit: Future of Supply Chains, where Editor-in-Chief Marina Mayer will sit down with industry experts and thought leaders to talk trends and technologies in the supply chain space and how they relate to the Future of Supply Chain. Topics revolve around Warehouse Automation, Supply Chain Visibility, Mitigating Risks and more. Register now to learn more about what's in store for 2024 and beyond.

Executive Outlook: State of the Industry 
Tuesday, December 5 - 10am CDT

From FSMA 204 and worker strikes to inflation, friendshoring and visibility, the state of the supply chain is a “perfect storm” of risks and challenges coupled with innovation and opportunity. The Russia/Ukraine War still persists. Electrification is taking over. Supply Chain Networks’ editors dive into what companies should be doing now to prepare for the future.

AI’s Impact on the Supply Chain
Tuesday, December 5 - 12pm CDT

AI, ChatGTP and other cloud-based solutions are taking the supply chain world by storm. Whether it’s to optimize supply chain operations, create in-depth reporting, prep for supply chain disruptions or simply just provide additional efficiency, these bots and other emerging technologies are ready to take the logistics space to the next level. Industry experts provide use cases on how AI, ChatGTP and other cloud-based solutions are being implemented to optimize supply chains.

Executive Outlook: Warehouse Automation
Wednesday, December 6 - 10am CDT

Whether it’s a bridge collapse, a train derailment, worker strikes or port issues, supply chain disruptions continue to be a thing. Supply Chain Networks’ editors talk with industry experts about the importance of warehouse management systems and how automation, robotics and/or wearables can provide forecasting, inventory refill, traceability and visibility to help mitigate future bottlenecks and congestion.

Cold Chain Fleet Management
Wednesday, December 6 - 12pm CDT

When it comes to transporting temperature-sensitive goods from Point A to Point B, maintaining that temperature is key. That’s why cloud-based solutions and data analytics play an integral role in ensuring food safety, efficiency and productivity. Industry experts detail the ins and outs of cloud-based data solutions for the cold food chain.

Executive Outlook: The Rise of Electrification
Wednesday, December 6 - 2pm CDT

EPA’ s proposed greenhouse gas standards for heavy-duty vehicles will further accelerate the deployment of new zero-emissions trucks. But getting there is half the battle. Supply Chain Networks’ editors sit down with industry leaders to talk electrification, sustainable fleet management and what this move to electric means for the future of the supply chain space.

Executive Outlook: State of E-Commerce
Thursday, December 7 - 10am CDT

The online retail landscape skyrocketed amid COVID-19. And not just for department stores and online marketplaces. Grocery retailers and foodservice establishments pivoted as well. But, how does reverse logistics play into this? What does this mean for the brick-and-mortar landscape? What happens to companies who do not automate warehousing to fulfill e-commerce demand? Supply Chain Networks’ editors will discuss everything from micro-fulfillment and warehouse automation to e-commerce technologies.

Supply Chain Visibility
Thursday, December 7 - 12pm CDT

During the past several decades, innovations in the supply chain industry have led to major improvements in efficiency, reliability and profitability. However, these innovations have also brought about added risk. In this session, industry experts provide an in-depth detail on what’s in store for the New Year in terms of supply chain visibility and how data and technology work together to help companies “see” what’s ahead.

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