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Supply Chain Logistics Management Executive Seminar  – May 6-11  – Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich.

Organized by Michigan State University, the conference explores how logistics theory, dynamics, structure, technology and principles can be synthesized to achieve superior supply chain and logistics performance.

2018 Airport Show – May 7-9 – Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Expert insights are shared and world class innovations across the global airport industry are displayed for more than 7,500 expected visitors from airports, security, government, ground handling, airlines, civil aviation authorities and more.

Dynamic Distribution Disruption Retail Summit – May 10-11 – New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge, New York City

The conference theme is “Consumer-Driven Supply Chain, Cross-Functional Collaboration and Change-Management.”

MEGATRANS 2018 – May 10-12 – Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia

Prime Creative Media, an Australian publishing business and the domestic State Government present this conference focusing on freight supply chain, including logistics and materials handling, storage and warehousing, and all modes of freight transport, including sea freight.

Journal of Commerce (JOC) Gulf Shipping Conference – May 14-16 – Houston Marriott Marquis, Houston, Texas

Hear the latest market forecasts, analysis and expert opinion concerning supply chains in the Gulf of Mexico.

North American Rail Shippers Association Annual Meeting. May 16-18. Hyatt McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois.

The critical issues currently facing the freight rail industry are discussed through congressional viewpoints and panel discussions on NAFTA and technology. (312) 567-1234

GreenPort Congress Conference. May 16-18. Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, Maryland.

Measuring air emissions in the maritime and shipping industries is just one topic that will be discussed at the first GreenPort Congress Conference to be held in North America, after 12 years at different spots around the world.

Global Forum Exchange. May 20-22. Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove, Florida.

Formerly known as the Global Cold Chain Exchange, it is an executive-level, invitation-only event that draws thought leaders from the life science supply chain industry to enjoy a true peer-to-peer networking opportunity.

Supply Chain Conference. May 21-23. Grand Hyatt Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia.

Organized by the Ultima Media Limited, the conference explores the extreme complexity of automotive production and service parts logistics across North America.

Logistics & Supply Chain Forum Florida. June 3-5. Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

Senior logistics and supply chain executives from all over the world join to discuss the critical issues about logistics and supply chain management.

3PL and Supply Chain Summit. June 5-7. Westin Peach Tree Plaza, Atlanta, Georgia.

C-Level executives of North America’s leading 3PLs and their chief supply chain officer counterparts gather at this industry-renowned conference.

Asian Attractions Expo 2018. June 5-8. Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong, China.

More than 8,000 global amusement park and attractions industry professionals from more than 50 countries gather to buy, learn and network at the largest international conference and trade show for the multibillion-dollar attractions industry in Asia.

Logistics Symposium. June 12-13. High Point University, High Point, North Carolina.

Organized by the Progressive Business Media, the conference includes exclusive research information, retail tips and much more.

Container Supply Chain Conference. June 12-14. Ahoy Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Shippers, shipping lines, 3PLs, ports and terminals promote collaboration throughout the supply chain.

Fabreo Food & Beverage Expo. June 13-14. TRAC Center, Pasco, Washington.

The fourth annual event’s main message: Start-up food and beverage entrepreneurs absolutely, without-a-doubt, need to expand regionally, nationally and internationally.