Shanghai, China—March 22, 2013—Integrated recourse platform provider GlobalSCM announced today that there were more than 250 delegates participated in the Manufacturing Supply Chain Officer Summit 2013, held March 21-22 in Shanghai, China.
The SCO summit, a global event for supply chain officers, provides top-level supply chain information services for global senior decision makers every year, from multiple sectors, categories, markets and disciplines from all parts of the world. It features up-to-date intelligence, strategic decision-making and top leader’s networking.
This year, MSCO 2013 assembled more than 250 truly senior level attendees, including 35 renowned speakers from 18 represented countries and regions, and 87 percent of all were VP/Director-level decision makers.
Regarding this year’s summit theme, “Turning Risk into Advantage,” the two-day conference addressed volatility and corresponding risk management; suggested further ways to achieve integration and end-to-end alignment to driving global supply chains. Through the sharing and discussion of collective wisdom, delegates closed in on finding solutions to cope with the new dynamism in the next decade and forward.
“Not only do they offer risk management and industry insights, they have a wealth of top 500s’ best practice and case studies on how visionaries operating demand-driven value network and dynamic alignment in a changing world,” said one of the speakers. “One of the best ways for a supply chain officer to evolve risk profiles and new systemic risk management priorities is to attend this conference. Together we can identify and assess trends that may result in new or emerging supply chain risk and learn from the experiences of other delegates to resolve those challenges. I am excited to see other speakers’ performance and look forward to attending it next year!”
With the great support by SCC, WERC, DHL-Sinotrans, LLamasoft, Standard Chartered, UPS, Pantos, Dimerco, Golder Associates, Geodis, Korn/Ferry, Gefco, iChainnel,MSCO’13 is a great summit to share the info, idea, mythology, experience together and get to know the supply chain experts from all around the world.
Evaluation forms revealed that 74 percent of delegates felt the conference was very good and 19 percent felt that the conference was excellent. And 94 percent believe that they would attend next year. Also, 89 percent of delegates commented that the conference exhibitions were attractive and nine percent commented that is was good. Lastly, 99 percent of sponsors were satisfied with the conference and 96 percent thought that the conference was good value for money.
Learn more about MSCO2013 at http://manufacturing.sco-summit.com/2013/index.php