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Thank you for attending the Food Logistics Warehouse Automation webcast featuring Peach State's Director of Distribution Center Design, Dean Starovasnik.

If you were not able to attend the live presentation of this webcast, an on demand rebroadcast is available by clicking the button below and registering for a personal presentation.


Thank you for joining us at ProMat 2017!

This year, our thought leaders hosted two seminars. If you were unable to attend, you can view the seminars using the links below.

5 Things That Can Sink Your Incentive Program

Jeff Boudreau, Practice Director, Operations

 

Peeling the onion and cutting the mustard: AS/RS design and justification in food and beverage

Dean Starovasnik, Practice Director, Distribution Center Design, and Tim Hartig, Director Supply Chain Solutions, Food & Beverage


We thank everyone who attended Peach State's annual invitation-only conference for senior level supply chain executives, hosted at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center and Georgia Tech Global Learning Center.

At NLDC, our goal is to provide supply chain leaders with an exceptional opportunity to learn, grow, and network - and once again, the feedback from attendees indicates it was a success. The dates for NLDC 2018 will be posted soon.

For more information, or to request an invitation for next year, please visit our web site.


Loyola's Supply Chain Leadership Conference

Date: June 8, 2017
Location: Associated - 133 North Swift Road, Addison, IL 60101
To Learn More and Register For This Event: Click HERE
Admission Fee: $50 Public, $35 SVCC Member, $10 Student

Big Data Analytics, Labor, Supply Chain Trends and Warehouse Safety are probably just a few of the topics that have been weighing on your mind lately, but what do they all mean and how do they relate to your supply chain?  

In today’s rapidly changing world it is more important than ever to stay ahead of the trends and be able to better predict, respond and adapt to the changing business environment. That is why Loyola University’s Supply and Value Chain Center of the Quinlan School of Business has put together an event unlike any other in the Chicagoland area! 

This one-of-a-kind event will bring together supply chain experts and professionals from a wide array of backgrounds and industries to discuss today’s hot supply chain topics. With a broad array of educational sessions, solution applications and peer-to-peer networking opportunities this is a can’t-miss event for every supply chain leader.