- Ryder, Alaska Air, Geodis, General Cable, Delta, McCain, The Home Depot, APL to Discuss Future of Supply Chain Technology at Leading Forum
- Industry leading CIOs, IT experts and supply chain executives are meeting to discuss key logistics technology advancements amid reports that IT is one area likely to see investment growth in 2009.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 23, 2009 -- Director of Information Technology at Ryder Andrew Cree will address over 150 of his peers from the supply chain and logistics industry at the 11th eyefortransport Logistics Technology Forum, April 20-21, 2009, Chicago.
The majority of supply chain executives plan to maintain or even increase their investment in technology solutions and services this year, despite the current economic crisis, as revealed in the 2008 eyefortransport Logistics Technology Report. At the forum, over 35 supply chain executives, CIOs and IT experts will address their peers about where to invest through the 30 keynote addresses, case studies, panel sessions, presentations and 1-to-1 meetings.
They will cover key topics including supply chain integration, virtual infrastructures, relationships between shippers and transport providers, developing markets and inventory management.
CIOs, IT directors and major executives from transport logistics companies and top manufacturers and retailers can gain complimentary passes to the event, which include full access to the speaking events, meals and accommodation in the beautiful city of Chicago.
In order to allow all attendees to gain an in-depth analysis of the specific issues facing their industry, the forum will have common sessions and distinct tracks : one for Transport Logistics providers and one for Shippers.
To join potential business partners from Odyssey Logistics and Technology, Pinnacle Food Corporation, Hitachi, Dynamex, Spectrum Logistics, Schreiber Foods and many other, you can register online or contact eyefortransport.
There are just 100 free tickets ( worth $2595 ) available for this Forum. These will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so make sure you register TODAY!