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SCOPE Supply Chain

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August 23-25
SCOPE Supply Chain Conference
This supply chain program has more than 1,000 senior level attendees who deliver and discuss real world, customer-led case studies, targeted research meetings and networking opportunities. All educational sessions are peer-led from senior-level supply chain and logistics executives, focusing on relevant operational issues and how to utilize the latest technology and innovation coming onto the market to run a supply chain as efficiently as possible. Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, California. 310.870.1308

September 1-3
Supported by the Egyptian Government Ministries, this conference and exhibition offers a meeting point for the international ports, logistics and shipping industries. Special B2B meetings with top representatives of the ports, shipping and logistics industries will be available. Cairo International Convention Center, Cairo, Egypt. +2 262 33 191

September 20-22
IANA’s Intermodal Expo
An event for 3PLs, ocean carriers, motor carriers and drayage companies, railroads, equipment manufacturers and leasing companies, the Intermodal Expo provides an opportunity for networking, dialogue and education. At Expo, industry products and services are showcased and its issues and challenges are examined.
Experts discuss where intermodal is headed beyond 2015, starting with the economy and looking at key trends in trucking and shipping. The impact of items such as falling energy prices and intermodal service issues, truck capacity and port congestion will also be addressed. Greater Ft. Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. 800.796.2638

September 27-30
This conference provides an opportunity to hear and learn from two of the world’s most influential leaders in supply chain: Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz and Amazon Fulfillment’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Operations and Customer Service Dave Clark. Leaders discuss the latest supply chain optimization strategies and industry developments in an effort to uncover new efficiencies. San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California. 630.574.0985

October 5-9
GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum
As the industry faces increased global regulatory scrutiny, life science manufacturers are faced with maneuvering a delicate balance between compliance, risks and increasing related costs. This conference examines the modern cold chain, including all temperature range products and their global GDP requirements. The 2015 program will highlight case studies, best practices and interactive discussions to help advance industry standards. Seaport Boston Hotel and Seaport World Trade Center, Boston, Massachusetts. 800.882.8684

October 13-15
This annual technical/operations symposium, exhibition and networking event for maritime industry professionals in North America provides an opportunity to learn from experts and mingle with peers. Through panel sessions, interactive roundtables and informational networking, this event brings together ship managers and technology partners to address solutions to the challenges of operating ships more efficiently. Stamford Marriott Hotel, Stamford, Connecticut. 757.451.0602

October 27-29
Supply Chain & Logistics Summit
This summit tackles current trends and issues relevant to the U.S., Mexico, Canada and Latin America, bringing together more than 200 decision makers, 40 commercial partners and 35 speakers. Supply chain and logistics senior executives and decision makers gather to identify the keys for supply chains to survive in a competitive world. All attendees are required to account for a minimum budgetary spend which they are looking to invest in the next 12-18 months. Hyatt Regency Miami, Miami, Florida. +44(0)20 7202 7588