Release Date: 20 March 2008
Release ID: 1428
India is the second largest economy in Asia with a total trade value of USD 126 billion in 2007, enjoying unprecedented manufacturing growth. The accomplishments of India however are matched by daunting infrastructure and logistics problems such as India spending about 14% of its gross domestic product on its logistics system, versus 8% for developed nations.
The Indian industry is looking at this improvement in the supply chain and logistics activities as a means to gain the competitive edge by adopting logistics and SCM concepts & practices
The 2nd Annual Supply Chain Management & Logistics Forum conference will address the pertinent issues on how leading manufacturers and solution providers can grow their strength and consolidate their position by enforcing new supply chain and logistics strategies to stay relevant and manage these challenges.
Topics for discussion will include:
Reviewing of global supply chain management.
Criticality of procurement and strategic sourcing
Influx of Inventory and Warehouse Management
Overview of improving warehouse efficiency through better performance metrics
Update on successful implementation of new demand planning process
Outlook on Manufacturing Logistics
Challenges of forecasting in high-tech industry
Update on emerging technologies in supply chain management.
Prospects of harnessing IT as a tool in the Global Economy
Exploring the supply chain and logistics innovations
Outlook on building an efficient and cost effective supply chain network.
Identifying strategies to adapt to changing regulatory policies
Prospects of integrating your supply chain management (SCM) system with
Eminent Speakers are from
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd
Dr. Reddys Laboratories, India
Indian Oil Corporation, India
Infosys Technologies Ltd
Nicholas Piramal India Ltd.
Patni Computer Systems Ltd
Reliance Industries India
Satyam Computers Services Ltd.
Tata Motors, Mumbai
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