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SAVE $200
333 East Butterfield Road, Suite 140
Lombard, Illinois 60148-5617 USA
Phone +1 630.574.0985
Fax +1 630.574.0989
cscmp.org
ON YOUR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION*
CSCMP’S 2016 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
USE COUPON CODE
REGISTRATION PROPOSAL
16AC-FINAL
DETAILS INSIDE
To:
From:
30+ HOURS
EDUCATIONAL CONTENT
25+ HOURS
DEDICATED NETWORKING
3000+ SCM PROFESSIONALS
UNDER ONE ROOF
I’m writing to ask for approval to attend CSCMP’s 2016 Annual Conference, September 25-28 in Orlando, Florida.
It is the only event that represents the entire supply chain from end-to-end. I am confident that the people I need to
meet to generate new business and the knowledge I need to enhance our organizational development will be found
at this event.
Over the course of 31/2 days, the Annual Conference will provide:
• 16 tracks and 90+ sessions, totaling 30+ hours of educational content
• 25+ hours of dedicated networking to meet with key customers, prospects, and industry thought leaders
• Education on the latest supply chain technology trends, data analytics, and economic analysis to enhance my
knowledge base
THANK YOU
ANNUAL C0NFERENCE SPONSORS
Limited sponsorship opportunities available! Contact Chuck M.
Martinez at [email protected] or +1 305.661.2896.
I’ve reviewed the educational tracks and sessions, and have included a list of sessions I’d like to attend below. I
strongly feel that these sessions are directly relevant to my role and responsibilities at this organization.
Session #1:
Session #2:
GLOBAL
PREMIER
END-TO-END SUPPLY
CHAIN SOLUTIONS
• Real-world strategies for process improvement, profit maximization, budget oversight, and talent development
and retention
Session #3:
Session #4:
Here’s an approximate breakdown of conference costs. The full conference price is $1,895 for CSCMP members,
but if I register now, I will receive $200 off the full conference price, using coupon code 16AC-FINAL.
SIGNATURE
MAJOR
I’ve included a summary of estimated expenses:
PREFERRED
Conference Registration (with discount – $1,695 member; $2,290 nonmember; $2,020 new member*): $
The Marketplace for Warehouse Space
Airfare:
$
Transportation (roundtrip - taxi: $120; shuttle $37):
$
Hotel (3 nights - Gaylord Palms: $702; Orlando Marriott: $687)**:
$
Meals and Other Expenses***
$
Projected Total Cost:
$
I’d like to register before hotel and registration discounts expire. I’ll be sure to submit a post-conference report that
will include an executive summary, major takeaways, tips, and a set of recommendations to maximize our current
supply chain processes.
®
Executive
Programs
*As a nonmember, if I join CSCMP for $325, I will save an additional $200 off the nonmember pricing.
**Rates available only if I reserve my room through CSCMP’s housing partner, onPeak, by the specified reservation deadlines.
***Breakfast, lunch, and appetizers at the evening receptions are included in the conference rate so I will only have to pay for dinner.
GAYLORD PALMS RESORT & CONVENTION CENTER
Experience all the wonder and enchantment of the Sunshine State at the luxury Gaylord
Palms Resort & Convention Center. This hotel’s extraordinary service and superior amenities are conveniently located in the greater Orlando area - less than ten minutes from the
main gates of Disney®. This majestic resort spans over 63 acres and celebrates Florida’s
history, culture, and natural beauty in both architectural style and landscape design. Its
extravagant South Beach pool, Cypress Springs Family Fun Water Park, luxury spa, and
state-of-the-art fitness center allows you to attend the annual conference and accomplish
all your getaway desires without having to leave the resort.
S
IN
ES
O VAT O R S
BUS
SEPTEMBER
27
26
DERS
SPEAKERS
SEPTEMBER
SEPTEMBER
LOCATION
LEA
ATTENDEES ARE DIRECTOR
LEVEL AND ABOVE
HT
75
%
INN
EXTRAORDINARY
GENERAL SESSION
PLAN YOUR STAY
O
UG
END-TO-END
SUPPLY CHAIN
SOLUTIONS
TH
ES
28
HOTEL
CAPTAIN SCOTT KELLY
SETH BODNAR
MARK SCHULMAN
History-Making U.S.
Astronaut and Retired
U.S. Navy Captain
Chief Digital Officer,
GE Transportation
Renowned Drummer
and Motivational
Speaker
RESERVE YOUR ROOM TODAY!
Book now through CSCMP’s official housing agency, onPeak, to ensure you pay the lowest price and get the best customer service with reservation
protection, flexibility, and assistance—before, during, and after your stay. There are no fees to book, change, or cancel. Rooms at the group rate are
limited and available on a first come, first-served basis. Book early for best selection and price.
Please note: Discounted rates can only be obtained by reserving through onPeak. Do not contact hotels directly. When you book in our room block,
you are supporting CSCMP and enabling us to continue to secure low rates and the many additional benefits you’re used to at future events.
SUPPLY CHAIN’S
PREMIER
EVENT
SAVE
$200
ON REGISTRATION
RATES
ENTER COUPON CODE
16AC-FINAL
UPON CHECKOUT.
Offer expires September 29, 2016.
LEARN FROM INDUSTRY EXPERTS
RECEPTIONS
HEAR DYNAMIC SPEAKERS
NETWORKING EVENTS
NETWORK WITH INFLUENTIAL
SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERS
EXHIBITION
All attendees should beware of any individual who calls and claims to be a representative of our association or the conference. We
do not solicit exhibitors or attendees directly by telephone for hotel bookings or special discounts. You must register for CSCMP’s
2016 Annual Conference before booking a hotel room.
Questions? CSCMP’s housing agency’s customer service is ready to assist and may be reached through e-mail at [email protected]
HURRY!
THE WRONG PART CHANGES EVERYTHING.
Penske’s industry-leading technology connects the people who run your supply chain with the
HOTEL
CSCMP
SPECIAL RATE*
SPECIAL CSCMP
RATE DEADLINE
HOTEL DESCRIPTION
information they need. This allows them to make real-time routing adjustments to ensure
the right part gets to the right place. So you can keep your business moving forward.
DEE BIGGS
CONFERENCES
ATTENDED:
35
“I come to learn, listen and connect with
new and old friends. I’ve picked up great
ideas at the conference that were a benefit
to my company’s bottom line.”
Visit gopenske.com or call 844-868-0818 to learn more.
GAYLORD PALMS RESORT &
CONVENTION CENTER
cscmpconference.org
August 22, 2016
September 5, 2016
From 18 holes of golf and 10 restaurants and lounges to the
full-service spa, state-of-the-art fitness center and modern
guest rooms, this resort allows travelers to retreat to an ideal
destination for unwinding and being productive. Experience
the resort’s Falls Pool Oasis, featuring two 200-foot winding
waterslides, a 90-foot speed slide, kid’s splash park, multiple
pools, and nightly poolside laser light show.
6000 West Osceola Parkway
PENSKE IS A PROUD GLOBAL SPONSOR OF THE 2016 CSCMP ANNUAL CONFERENCE.
ORLANDO MARRIOTT WORLD
CENTER HOTEL**
REGISTER AT
$234.00
Your guest room is merely steps away from CSCMP’s 2016
Annual Conference meeting space and a variety of restaurants—all enclosed under a glass-paned domed roof and
an atrium of cobblestones, lush green plants, and cascading
waterfalls.
8701 World Center Drive
Terms and Conditions
Offer excludes Student, Young Professional, Educator, Corporate,
and Supply Chain Exchange registration types. Offer limited to
one per customer and account. May not be combined with other
offers. Offer is nontransferable and may not be resold.
$229.00
*Single/double occupancy. Tax not included. **Complimentary shuttle service will be provided to/from the convention center.
© 2016 Penske. All Rights Reserved.
21
GAYLORD PALMS RESORT & CONVENTION CENTER
Experience all the wonder and enchantment of the Sunshine State at the luxury Gaylord
Palms Resort & Convention Center. This hotel’s extraordinary service and superior amenities are conveniently located in the greater Orlando area - less than ten minutes from the
main gates of Disney®. This majestic resort spans over 63 acres and celebrates Florida’s
history, culture, and natural beauty in both architectural style and landscape design. Its
extravagant South Beach pool, Cypress Springs Family Fun Water Park, luxury spa, and
state-of-the-art fitness center allows you to attend the annual conference and accomplish
all your getaway desires without having to leave the resort.
S
IN
ES
O VAT O R S
BUS
SEPTEMBER
27
26
DERS
SPEAKERS
SEPTEMBER
SEPTEMBER
LOCATION
LEA
ATTENDEES ARE DIRECTOR
LEVEL AND ABOVE
HT
75
%
INN
EXTRAORDINARY
GENERAL SESSION
PLAN YOUR STAY
O
UG
END-TO-END
SUPPLY CHAIN
SOLUTIONS
TH
ES
28
HOTEL
CAPTAIN SCOTT KELLY
SETH BODNAR
MARK SCHULMAN
History-Making U.S.
Astronaut and Retired
U.S. Navy Captain
Chief Digital Officer,
GE Transportation
Renowned Drummer
and Motivational
Speaker
RESERVE YOUR ROOM TODAY!
Book now through CSCMP’s official housing agency, onPeak, to ensure you pay the lowest price and get the best customer service with reservation
protection, flexibility, and assistance—before, during, and after your stay. There are no fees to book, change, or cancel. Rooms at the group rate are
limited and available on a first come, first-served basis. Book early for best selection and price.
Please note: Discounted rates can only be obtained by reserving through onPeak. Do not contact hotels directly. When you book in our room block,
you are supporting CSCMP and enabling us to continue to secure low rates and the many additional benefits you’re used to at future events.
SUPPLY CHAIN’S
PREMIER
EVENT
SAVE
$200
ON REGISTRATION
RATES
ENTER COUPON CODE
16AC-FINAL
UPON CHECKOUT.
Offer expires September 29, 2016.
LEARN FROM INDUSTRY EXPERTS
RECEPTIONS
HEAR DYNAMIC SPEAKERS
NETWORKING EVENTS
NETWORK WITH INFLUENTIAL
SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERS
EXHIBITION
All attendees should beware of any individual who calls and claims to be a representative of our association or the conference. We
do not solicit exhibitors or attendees directly by telephone for hotel bookings or special discounts. You must register for CSCMP’s
2016 Annual Conference before booking a hotel room.
Questions? CSCMP’s housing agency’s customer service is ready to assist and may be reached through e-mail at [email protected]
HURRY!
THE WRONG PART CHANGES EVERYTHING.
Penske’s industry-leading technology connects the people who run your supply chain with the
HOTEL
CSCMP
SPECIAL RATE*
SPECIAL CSCMP
RATE DEADLINE
HOTEL DESCRIPTION
information they need. This allows them to make real-time routing adjustments to ensure
the right part gets to the right place. So you can keep your business moving forward.
DEE BIGGS
CONFERENCES
ATTENDED:
35
“I come to learn, listen and connect with
new and old friends. I’ve picked up great
ideas at the conference that were a benefit
to my company’s bottom line.”
Visit gopenske.com or call 844-868-0818 to learn more.
GAYLORD PALMS RESORT &
CONVENTION CENTER
cscmpconference.org
August 22, 2016
September 5, 2016
From 18 holes of golf and 10 restaurants and lounges to the
full-service spa, state-of-the-art fitness center and modern
guest rooms, this resort allows travelers to retreat to an ideal
destination for unwinding and being productive. Experience
the resort’s Falls Pool Oasis, featuring two 200-foot winding
waterslides, a 90-foot speed slide, kid’s splash park, multiple
pools, and nightly poolside laser light show.
6000 West Osceola Parkway
PENSKE IS A PROUD GLOBAL SPONSOR OF THE 2016 CSCMP ANNUAL CONFERENCE.
ORLANDO MARRIOTT WORLD
CENTER HOTEL**
REGISTER AT
$234.00
Your guest room is merely steps away from CSCMP’s 2016
Annual Conference meeting space and a variety of restaurants—all enclosed under a glass-paned domed roof and
an atrium of cobblestones, lush green plants, and cascading
waterfalls.
8701 World Center Drive
Terms and Conditions
Offer excludes Student, Young Professional, Educator, Corporate,
and Supply Chain Exchange registration types. Offer limited to
one per customer and account. May not be combined with other
offers. Offer is nontransferable and may not be resold.
$229.00
*Single/double occupancy. Tax not included. **Complimentary shuttle service will be provided to/from the convention center.
© 2016 Penske. All Rights Reserved.
21
SAVE $200
333 East Butterfield Road, Suite 140
Lombard, Illinois 60148-5617 USA
Phone +1 630.574.0985
Fax +1 630.574.0989
cscmp.org
ON YOUR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION*
CSCMP’S 2016 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
USE COUPON CODE
REGISTRATION PROPOSAL
16AC-FINAL
DETAILS INSIDE
To:
From:
30+ HOURS
EDUCATIONAL CONTENT
25+ HOURS
DEDICATED NETWORKING
3000+ SCM PROFESSIONALS
UNDER ONE ROOF
I’m writing to ask for approval to attend CSCMP’s 2016 Annual Conference, September 25-28 in Orlando, Florida.
It is the only event that represents the entire supply chain from end-to-end. I am confident that the people I need to
meet to generate new business and the knowledge I need to enhance our organizational development will be found
at this event.
Over the course of 31/2 days, the Annual Conference will provide:
• 16 tracks and 90+ sessions, totaling 30+ hours of educational content
• 25+ hours of dedicated networking to meet with key customers, prospects, and industry thought leaders
• Education on the latest supply chain technology trends, data analytics, and economic analysis to enhance my
knowledge base
THANK YOU
ANNUAL C0NFERENCE SPONSORS
Limited sponsorship opportunities available! Contact Chuck M.
Martinez at [email protected] or +1 305.661.2896.
I’ve reviewed the educational tracks and sessions, and have included a list of sessions I’d like to attend below. I
strongly feel that these sessions are directly relevant to my role and responsibilities at this organization.
Session #1:
Session #2:
GLOBAL
PREMIER
END-TO-END SUPPLY
CHAIN SOLUTIONS
• Real-world strategies for process improvement, profit maximization, budget oversight, and talent development
and retention
Session #3:
Session #4:
Here’s an approximate breakdown of conference costs. The full conference price is $1,895 for CSCMP members,
but if I register now, I will receive $200 off the full conference price, using coupon code 16AC-FINAL.
SIGNATURE
MAJOR
I’ve included a summary of estimated expenses:
PREFERRED
Conference Registration (with discount – $1,695 member; $2,290 nonmember; $2,020 new member*): $
The Marketplace for Warehouse Space
Airfare:
$
Transportation (roundtrip - taxi: $120; shuttle $37):
$
Hotel (3 nights - Gaylord Palms: $702; Orlando Marriott: $687)**:
$
Meals and Other Expenses***
$
Projected Total Cost:
$
I’d like to register before hotel and registration discounts expire. I’ll be sure to submit a post-conference report that
will include an executive summary, major takeaways, tips, and a set of recommendations to maximize our current
supply chain processes.
®
Executive
Programs
*As a nonmember, if I join CSCMP for $325, I will save an additional $200 off the nonmember pricing.
**Rates available only if I reserve my room through CSCMP’s housing partner, onPeak, by the specified reservation deadlines.
***Breakfast, lunch, and appetizers at the evening receptions are included in the conference rate so I will only have to pay for dinner.
CSCMP’s 2016 Annual Conference is
an event like no other, presenting you
with unlimited opportunities to learn from
industry experts, hear dynamic speakers you won’t hear anywhere else, and
network with the most influential supply
chain leaders in the world. You’ll also
connect to the latest supply chain management knowledge, research, and industry
developments. Join your colleagues from
around the world at supply chain’s premier event™ and make the connections
that will accelerate your success.
SAVE $200
ON YOUR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION*
ENTER COUPON CODE 16AC-FINAL
AT CHECKOUT.
*Offer valid through September 29, 2016.
Offer excludes Student, Young Professional,
Educator, Corporate, and Supply Chain
Exchange registration types. Offer limited
to one per customer and account. May
not be combined with other offers. Offer is
nontransferable and may not be resold.
THANK YOU
ANNUAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
CHAIR
Rich Wilson
Director, Fruit Planning and Contract
Manufacturing Systems and Analytics
The J.M.Smucker
Company
Annual Conference Committee ........... 1
Strategic Partners .............................. 1
Lisa Kerr
Director, Corporate
Strategy
LeanLogistics
Steve Raetz
Director, Research
and Market
Intelligence
C.H. Robinson
John Haggerty
Vice President,
Business Development
Burris Logistics
Dave Mabon
Supply Chain Leader
Independent
Susanna SterlingBodnar
Project Manager
Ace Hardware
Erik Hansen
Vice President Intermodal
Kansas City Southern
Railroad
John Mascaritolo
Director, Logistics
Practices and Assistant
Professor of
Supply Chain
Clayton State
University
Ron Webb
Executive Director
APQC
VICE CHAIR
Michelle Meyer
Director, Advisory
Services
PwC
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Rob Haddock
Group Director,
Planning
& Logistics
Coca-Cola North
America
Education Tracks and Track Chairs ...... 2
Schedule at a Glance ........................ 4
Sunday Highlights and Agenda .......... 5
Monday Highlights ............................ 6
Monday Education Sessions ............... 7
Tuesday Highlights .......................... 12
STRATEGIC PARTNERS
Strategic Partners are associations that are strongly aligned with the mission and values of CSCMP,
and the market we serve. We encourage you to learn more about these partner organizations,
many of whom will be present at the Annual Conference.
Tuesday Education Sessions.............. 13
Wednesday Highlights and
Mega Sessions ............................... 18
Additional Events and Amenities ....... 19
Companies Attending ...................... 20
Location and CSCMP Hotels ............. 21
1
ANNUAL CONFERENCE EDUCATION TRACKS AND TRACK CHAIRS
01
2016 SUPPLY CHAIN
INNOVATIONS OF THE YEAR
02
03
CURRENT RESEARCH
AND SURVEYS
GOVERNMENT AND
REGULATIONS
A live competition in which a
panel of judges joins conference
attendees to hear presentations
on innovative solutions and results
from top players in supply chain.
Gain an in-depth understanding of
the hot-button topics, challenges,
and trends impacting your supply
chain operations and the supply
chain at large with updates on
global research and trend studies.
Discover how to satisfy customers
and cost-effectively manage resources by focusing on typical
impediments to improving forecasting and smart countermeasures to overcome them.
Learn how government plays a
role in supply chain and explore
incentivized programs and
opportunities available to help
you reduce costs and taxes.
Judy Whipple
Professor of Logistics/SCM
Michigan State University
Art van Bodegraven
Managing Principal
van Bodegraven
Associates
Hank Canitz
Director, Product
Marketing
Logility, Inc.
Suzanne Richer
Director, Trade Advisory
Practice
Amber Road
Brad Berger
President and Publisher
SupplyChainBrain
Magazine
08 & 09
SPONSOR PRESENTATION
SERIES I & II
Jack Crumbly
Associate Professor
Tuskegee University
10 & 11
SUPPLY CHAIN EXCHANGE
I & II
Focused on the world-class products and
services of our conference sponsors, these
sessions provide you and your colleagues
with an opportunity to explore the many
solutions that are offered.
Explore modern and future supply chain
innovations with educational sessions,
exhibits, and hands-on demonstrations
offered by leading companies and
solution providers.
TRACK 8
TRACK 10
Rafael Vasquez
Managing Director
Llamasoft, Inc.
Marcia Connors
Operational Excellence
Project Specialist
Penske Logistics
TRACK 9
Roslyn Platt
Global Director of
Quality, CL&D
2
04
DEMAND PLANNING
UTi Worldwide
12
SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP
Learn from emerging and experienced industry leaders and walk away with new
knowledge on how you can lead your
team through the trials and tribulations
of today’s supply chains.
Adri McCaskill
General Manager
iPlan International LLC
TRACK 11
Kimberly Whitehead
Assistant Professor
of Management
Anderson University
Don Pingley
Supply Chain Advisory
PwC
MICHELLE MEYER
05
INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
06
MANUFACTURING AND
SERVICE OPERATIONS
07
ORDER FULFILLMENT AND
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Explore supply chains that lead
the market in integration and
response showing their progress
in becoming more efficient and
effective than their competitors.
Examine important issues and
trends in the supply chains of
manufacturing and service
companies, and their impact on
overall business strategy and
performance.
Discover the importance of Optimal Order Fulfillment & Customer
Service (OF&CS) to achieve strategic business goals in customer
satisfaction, profitability, and
customer lifecycle management.
John Vogt
Retired, Vice President,
Global Logistics
WWBC, LLC
Jayant Saraph
Professor
Metropolitan State
University
Krishna Iyer
Senior Director, Enterprise
Shipping and Logistics
Neopost USA
Roger Woody
Executive Lecturer, Director Supply
Chain Management Center of
Excellence
University of Kansas
Thomas Tsui
Director, Supply Chain Solutions
Yusen Logistics (Americas) Inc.
Rajiv Saxena
Head, Supply Chain
Solutions
APL Logistics
13
14
15
SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AND
PROCUREMENT
TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
TRANSPORTATION AND
LOGISTICS
CONFERENCES
ATTENDED:
24
“I attend because
of who I get to see
and hear from
every year – both
old friends and
new, speakers,
professors, and
students. CSCMP’s
conference is the
best global collection of SCM colleagues willing to
share and connect.”
16
WAREHOUSING
Review external factors that influence supply chain procurement,
as well as real-life examples on
topics such as collaboration, talent
recruitment, the contract gap, and
total cost of ownership.
Explore how software technology
and equipment innovation are
creating opportunities to maximize
productivity, improve service levels, and provide greater visibility
throughout the supply chain.
Learn how transportation enables
supply chain excellence, from the
influences that shape a “model”
strategy to customer satisfaction,
to creating shareholder value.
Discover top research, strategy,
and case studies in warehouse
metrics, design, automation, and
process improvement from the
leaders in 3PL, consulting, education, and material handling.
Brian Broadhurst
Vice President of
Transportation Solutions
Spend Management Experts
Louis Cerny
Vice President
Sedlak Management
Consultants
Libby Ogard
President
Prime Focus, LLC
Christopher Elliott
Senior Consultant
Blue Horseshoe Solutions
Jennifer Kobus
Director of Logistics
Batory Foods
Jeff Potts
Co-Founder and Senior
Vice President of Business
Development
LeanLogistics
Eduardo Vargas
Client Retention &
Expansion Manager
Hellmann Worldwide
Logistics
Alex Stark
Senior Director, Marketing
Kane Is Able
3
SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
7:00 am – 6:30 pm
Registration, sponsored by MercuryGate
7:00 am – 5:30 pm
Registration, sponsored by MercuryGate
7:00 am – 5:00 pm
CSCMP Educators’ Conference, sponsored by
LINKS Simulations and Marketplace Simulations
7:30 am – 8:15 am
Full Breakfast, sponsored by Expeditors
7:30 am – 8:30 am
Supply Chain Exchange
8:30 am – 10:00 am
Major Session
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
CSCMP and You: Stop Hunger Now*,
supported by C.H. Robinson and Monsanto
Women at Work Session, sponsored by
10:00 am – 10:30 am
Penn State Executive Programs
Roundtable Annual Meeting
Welcome Reception, sponsored by
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
10:30 am – 11:45 am
PLS Logistics Services
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
7:00 am – 5:30 pm
Registration, sponsored by MercuryGate
7:30 am – 8:15 am
Full Breakfast, sponsored by GT Nexus
7:30 am – 8:30 am
Supply Chain Exchange
8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Donald J. Bowersox Doctoral Symposium**
8:30 am – 10:00 am
Opening Session
10:00 am – 10:30 am
Beverage Break, sponsored by Kane Is Able
10:30 am – 11:45 am
Education Session 1
12:00 pm – 3:45 pm*
Supply Chain Exchange***
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Roundtable-Hosted Luncheon, sponsored by
Intel Internet of Things (Intel IoT)
Dessert in the Supply Chain Exchange,
sponsored by FLEXE
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm*
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Beverage Break, sponsored by Kane Is Able
Student Recruitment Day, sponsored by
Burris Logistics
Education Session 4
Supply Chain Industry Networking Luncheon,
sponsored by J.W. Logistics
Supply Chain Exchange***
Dessert in the Supply Chain Exchange,
sponsored by FLEXE
2:00 pm – 3:15 pm
Education Session 5
2:00 pm – 3:15 pm
CSCMP Annual Business Meeting
3:15 pm – 3:45 pm
Beverage Break, sponsored by Kane Is Able
3:45 pm – 5:00 pm
Education Session 6
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Networking Reception
9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Young Professionals’ Reception****,
sponsored by Kohler Co. (By invitation only.)
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
7:00 am – 11:30 am
Registration, sponsored by MercuryGate
2:00 pm – 3:15 pm
Education Session 2
8:00 am – 8:30 am
Beverage Break, sponsored by Kane Is Able
3:15 pm – 3:45 pm
Beverage Break, sponsored by Kane Is Able
8:30 am – 9:45 am
Mega Education Sessions
3:45 pm – 5:00 pm
Education Session 3
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
4
Please note: All highlighted events
below will be held in the Supply
Chain Exchange exhibition.
Supply Chain Exchange Reception,
sponsored by Ryder System, Inc.
10:00 am – 11:30 am
Brunch and Closing Session, sponsored
by TBM Consulting Group
*Registration required.
**Open to registered Educator members and nominated students only.
***Only CSCMP event taking place between 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
****Open to registered students and attendees age 30 and under only.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25
HIGHLIGHTS
7:00 am - 5:00 pm
EDUCATORS’ CONFERENCE
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
CSCMP AND YOU: STOP HUNGER NOW
sponsored by LINKS Simulations and Marketplace Simulations
supported by C.H. Robinson and Monsanto
Open to all academics and Annual Conference attendees. Hear the
latest in supply chain management, logistics, and teaching innovations
research. The Educators’ Conference offers informative and interactive
sessions, while providing an exceptional venue for networking with
colleagues from around the globe.
Seeking volunteers! Join the movement to end hunger at
this fun, hands-on, meal-packaging event that makes a
difference and impacts the lives of those suffering from
hunger around the world. Visit cscmpconference.org for
registration details. Each participant will receive a free
t-shirt!
Please note: Student participants must be nominated in advance to
attend the event.
Educators’ Conference Agenda
Limited Capacity. Plan to arrive in time for the “Meet the Academics”
Reception on Saturday, September 26 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
7:00 am – 8:00 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 am – 8:50 am
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Remarks on the State of CSCMP
Committee Reports
8:50 am – 10:10 amConcurrent Presentations (Session 1)
10:10 am – 10:35 am
Networking Break and Poster Sessions
10:35 am – 11:55 am
Concurrent Presentations (Session 2)
11:55 am – 12:55 pm
Luncheon (limited capacity)
1:00 pm – 1:50 pmGeneral Session: Integrated Research in
Supply Chain Management
1:50 pm – 3:10 pm
Concurrent Presentations (Session 3)
3:10 pm – 3:35 pm
Networking Break and Poster Sessions
3:35 pm – 4:55 pm2016 Best Paper Presentations and
Award Ceremony
4:55 pm – 5:00 pm
Adjournment
EDUCATORS’ CONFERENCE AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
OUTSTANDING RESEARCH
CSCMP recognizes academics and students for
their outstanding achievements in groundbreaking
research that is driving the profession forward.
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2016 Doctoral Dissertation Award
2016 Teaching Innovations Award
Bernard J. La Londe Award 2016 Best Paper
E. Grosvenor Plowman Award
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
WOMEN AT WORK SESSION
sponsored by Penn State Executive Programs
Extraordinary Leaders: Changing the Conversation
about Leading at Work
Women in leadership positions are not just “women
leaders”; they are extraordinary leaders. Their stories of
success/failure and learning/influencing offer powerful
portrayals of what it takes to truly lead, transform, and
innovate. Ultimately, successful women leaders have not
only overcome barriers, they have managed to change the
conversation about what it takes to successfully lead.
Hear about ongoing research, learn from an outstanding
panel of accomplished leaders, and engage in breakout sessions – all of which will help you navigate the
pathways to becoming an extraordinary leader in your
organization.
Aparna Joshi, Ph.D., Arnold Family Professor of Management,
Smeal College of Business, Penn State
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
ROUNDTABLE ANNUAL MEETING
Learn about local roundtables’ strategic activities, goals,
and accomplishments. All conference attendees are
welcome to attend.
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
WELCOME RECEPTION
sponsored by PLS Logistics
CSCMP welcomes you to the Annual Conference at this
lively reception in the Supply Chain Exchange exhibition.
Mingle with peers and dine on hearty appetizers—it’s the
perfect way to begin your conference experience!
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OPENING SESSION HEADLINER
The Sky Is Not The Limit: Lessons From A Year In Space
During his record-breaking year in space, U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly captivated the world while
laying the groundwork for the future of space travel and exploration. And while science was
at the core of Kelly’s groundbreaking expedition—it is his life lessons and personal stories from
229 miles above Earth that provide unique and valuable advice on pushing one’s own limits.
With a journey that exemplifies the power and resilience of the human spirit, from U.S. Navy
fighter pilot to record-holding astronaut, Kelly reveals the choices and life events that paved his
way. An American hero whose contribution to humanity is as far reaching as his out-of-this-world
adventure, Kelly reflects on his journey with his trademark candor, humor, and humility. From the
leadership and teamwork required in such demanding conditions, to the long-term deprivation
from loved ones and Planet Earth itself, Kelly delivers a one-of-a-kind experience.
Captain Scott Kelly is a history-making U.S. astronaut and retired U.S. Navy Captain. He has been featured
in ‘A Year in Space,’ TIME’s Documentary Series, as well as on the cover of TIME Magazine. Scott is also
profiled in the recently released feature film, ‘A Beautiful Planet.’
MONDAYSEPTEMBER 26
HIGHLIGHTS
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
DONALD J. BOWERSOX DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM
By invitation only. Great opportunity for doctoral candidates to gain a deeper understanding
of supply chain management, develop a network of contacts, and build awareness of issues,
challenges, and opportunities in the global business community.
10:30 am - 11:45 am
New Program to Aid Veterans and Others and Train Incumbent Staff
The LINCS supply chain management program provides education and industry certifications
in eight key areas of SCM. The program is focused on helping veterans, people whose jobs
were outsourced, and anyone out of work. The program is funded by a $25 million grant from
the Department of Labor and is a consortium of twelve colleges, CSCMP, and the National
Urban League.
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
SUPPLY CHAIN EXCHANGE
RECEPTION
sponsored by Ryder System, Inc.
Catch up on the day’s sessions with
colleagues, meet new people, and
find out more about the leading
supply chain companies participating in the Supply Chain Exchange
exhibition.
Dee Biggs, Vice President Industry Partnerships, CSCMP
John Haggerty, Vice President, Business Development, Burris Logistics
Margaret Kidd, Project Director, San Jacinto College
Marta Przyborowski, LINCS Program Director, St. Petersburg College
Kiwi Nicholson, Student, St. Petersburg College
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
ROUNDTABLE-HOSTED LUNCHEON
sponsored by Intel Internet of Things (Intel IOT)
Network with the movers and shakers in your local supply
chain community and pick up your event calendar to learn
about local roundtable events.
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OPENING SESSION AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
For more than 50 years, this award has been the association’s highest honor, presented to an individual who has
made significant, career-long contributions to the supply
chain management profession.
EMERGING LEADER AWARD
CSCMP’s Emerging Leader Award recognizes up-and-coming
leaders in the supply chain management field for their early
and substantive contributions to the industry.
MONDAY EDUCATION SESSIONS BY TRACK
01
2016 SUPPLY CHAIN
INNOVATIONS OF THE YEAR
02
CURRENT RESEARCH AND
SURVEYS
03
DEMAND PLANNING
10:30 am - 11:45 am
10:30 am - 11:45 am
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Digital Control Room for Supply Chain
Management
2017 21st Annual Third Party Logistics
Study
HR Challenges & Best Practices Panel –
Hiring, Training, & Retaining Planners
The digital Airbus Supply Chain Control
Room is able to accelerate decision-making
by quickly providing essential information
like the industrial status of suppliers and
progress of key actions. Airbus will demonstrate how it significantly reduces the e-mail
traffic and redundant or unnecessary reporting activities.
The annual Third Party Logistics Study researches important issues and trends in logistics outsourcing, allowing shippers and
providers to understand and work more
effectively with each other. This year’s
study will address Logistics Optimization,
SC Visibility, Big Data, End-of-Lifecycle,
and 3PL Roles in SC Transformation.
James Snow, HO Supplier Development France
& Spain, Airbus - Procurement Operations
C. John Langley (Moderator), Professor of Supply
Chain Management, Penn State University
Mariya De Oliveira, Business Improver, Airbus Procurement Operations
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
From Cradle to Cradle Sustainable
Sourcing for a Prosperous Planet
Dell applied design-thinking practices more
typically used for product design to its
end-to-end supply chain applications, which
creates a culture of innovation and offers
opportunities to explore disruptive solutions
in an organization whose success depends
on reliability, efficiency, and cost competitiveness.
Keith Miears, Vice President, Worldwide
Procurement, Dell
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Better Together: A Solution to Level
the Playing Field with Multinational
Corporations
Consumers are driving a more competitive
and complex retail environment. Therefore,
retailers are demanding more from their
suppliers than ever before. This session will
demonstrate how the GEODIS/Emerson innovative consolidation program is forecasted
to save on average 14% in transportation
costs by December 2016.
Melissa Hadhazy, Manager, Capgemini
Consulting
Tom McKenna, Senior Vice President, Engineering and Technology, Penske Logistics
Shanton Wilcox, Vice President, Capgemini
Consulting
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
23rd Annual Survey of North American,
European and Asia-Pacific Markets for
3PL Services
2016 Provider CEO Perspectives will provide insight into current 3PL market dynamics, such as the impact of recent 3PL mergers
and acquisitions, the growth of international
E-commerce, and 3PL strategies for growth
and market differentiation.
Robert Lieb, Professor of Supply Chain Management, Northeastern University
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
25th Annual Survey of Trends and
Issues in Logistics and Transportation
Stephen Downey, Senior Vice President,
Healthcare & Consumer Electronics, GEODIS
The 25th year of the Annual Trends and
Issues in Logistics and Transportation provides the perfect milestone to review how
logistics and transportation management has
changed. This session will assess the progress (or lack thereof) of these key functional
areas in companies and exchange insights
on future trends.
Patrick Gibbons, Vice President Operations
and Founding Partner, Emerson Healthcare
Mary Holcomb (Moderator), Professor, University
of Tennessee
Optimizing flows and resource utilization
throughout integrated supply chains results
in increased demands for supply chain
planners with a broad range of skills. This
panel will report on industry research and
best practices used to develop and retain
such talent.
Yem Bolumole, Professor, Supply Chain
Management, Eli Broad College of Business,
Michigan State University
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Planning Excellence: Lessons from
the Prepared Foods Industry
Maple Leaf Foods established Planning
Excellence as an enabler to a multi-year
transformation, consolidating 11 manufacturing sites into 4, and 19 distribution centers
into 2. This session will report on the lessons
learned from the embedment of S&OP and
demand forecasting.
Peter Dawe, Partner and Managing Director,
The Boston Consulting Group
Patrick Lufty, Vice President, Supply Chain
Planning, Maple Leaf Foods
Rick Young, Senior Vice President, Supply
Chain and Purchasing, Maple Leaf Foods
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
SC Planning Best Practices & Lessons
Learned in the Electronics Industry
Rapid advances in consumer electronics
and today’s global supply chains provide
challenges to successfully planning your
business. Learn how SnapAV deals with SC
disruptions such as vendor holidays, product
transitions, and internal consensus agreement.
Karin Bursa, Executive Vice President,
Marketing, Logility, Inc.
Evan Flinn, Demand Planning Manager,
SnapAV
Karl Manrodt, Professor, Georgia College &
State University
Charles Barnes, President, Project 44
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MONDAY EDUCATION SESSIONS BY TRACK
04
GOVERNMENT AND
REGULATIONS
MANUFACTURING AND
SERVICE OPERATIONS
07
ORDER FULFILLMENT AND
CUSTOMER SERVICE
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
10:30 am - 11:45 am
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Global Supply Chains with the Highest
ROI Through Government Initiatives
The Supply Chain as a Market Enabler
Case Study: Leveraging Analytics to
Optimize Service and Working Capital
Global supply chains have many opportunities to reduce their costs of duties, fees and
taxes through conditionally duty free programs. Learn how to turn your global strategy into a stronger part of the Value Chain by
taking advantage of these opportunities.
Intel has one of the world’s top ranked supply chains. Presenters will discuss how Intel’s
Supply [email protected] Program utilizes supply
chain experts to collaborate with internal
partners, suppliers, and customers to enable
new markets, grow revenue, and pilot IoT
technologies.
Margo VanHeusden, Vice President, Comstock
& Theakston, Inc.
Greg Skrovan (Moderator), IoT Supply Chain
Program Manager, Intel Corporation
This session will review a case study of a
North American manufacturer who leveraged its existing ERP platform with analytical
tools and S&OP process development/execution to realize an 18% reduction in working
capital, while improving customer service
levels by over 250 basis points.
Randy Eck, Director, Supply Chain Technology
Solutions, Intel Corporation
Jeff Leake (Moderator), Managing Director,
Global Supply Chain Practice, TBM Consulting
Group, Inc.
Ninette Vaz, Manager, Supply Chain IoT
Business Development, Intel Corporation
Frank McDermott, Vice President, Supply Chain,
Euromax Corporation
10:30 am - 11:45 am
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
NASA: The Supply Chain for the International Space Station Hardware (ISS)
The Power of Resilience – Creating a
Robust and Resilient Supply Chain
Omnichannel Supply Chains: Succeeding
Amidst the Chaos (Presented by RILA)
Led by Bill Robbins, Head of the Logistics
and Maintenance teams of NASA, this
session will discuss the processes and challenges of maintaining ISS onboard operating
systems with spares and consumables.
Dealing with supply chain disruption and risk
has become a critical challenge. Led by MIT,
this session will use case studies and models
in achieving resilience in supply chain and
will also address concepts and methods to
address risks and flexibility.
For those who fulfill from anywhere, and
inventory everywhere, expectations create
huge omnichannel challenges. Supply chain
experts will discuss how retailers are managing the chaos with flexible supply chain
strategies and properly targeted investments.
Yossi Sheffi, Director and Engineering Professor,
MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
Mitch Mac Donald (Moderator), President and
Chief Executive Officer, Supply Chain Quarterly
Magazine
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INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
William (Bill) Robbins, Manager, ISS Logistics
and Maintenance, NASA
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Flowserve: Supply Chain Integration What’s in it for ME?
As competition increases, the success of a
corporation is increasingly dependent on management’s ability to integrate the company’s
network of businesses. Flowserve, an industrial
manufacturer of valves and similar goods,
has a worldwide presence and movement
capability.
Rob Lewin, Director Global Logistics, Flowserve
Corporation
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Supply Chain Issues and Operations
Performance: A Conversation with Top
Executives
What issues are C-level executives facing today? This panel will consist of top executives
who will provide insights into a wide range
of issues in supply chain and operations performance. They will also discuss strategies to
address global trends.
Nancy Nix (Moderator), Executive Director,
AWESOME
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Karin Shanahan, Chief Operating Officer,
Teva Pharmaceuticals
Nike: Integrated Supply Chain from
Suppliers’ Suppliers to the Customer
Kathryn Wengel, Chief Supply Chain
Officer, Johnson & Johnson
Nike manages the suppliers and their suppliers
into an Integrated Supply Chain. The ability to
do this in a profitable and logistically valuable
way is discussed and cases will be presented.
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Jason Trusley, Senior Director, Global Supply
Chain Innovation, Nike, Inc.
Charles Armstrong, Founding Partner, Orion
Advisors Group
Jessica Dankert, Senior Director, Retail Operations, Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA)
Brian Gibson, Executive Director, Auburn
University Center for Supply Chain Innovation
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Omnichannel Supply Chains: Are They
Profit Centers or Money Pits? (Presented
by RILA)
Retailers are racing to grow online sales
with rapid product flows to customers from
multiple points. But are they making money
in the process? Join the discussion about the
role of SCM in making omnichannel retailing
profitable.
Brian Gibson (Moderator), Executive Director,
Auburn University Center for Supply Chain
Innovation
Jessica Dankert, Senior Director, Retail Operations, Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA)
Cliff Defee, EBSCO Associate Professor, Auburn
University
Gary Godfrey, Partner/Principal, EY Consulting
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SPONSOR PRESENTATION
SERIES I
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Maximizing the Innovation Opportunity:
Shipper & 3PL Onsite Relationships
Collaboration between shippers and
3PL’s can require agreements for highly
knowledgeable talent onsite at a company
location. You are invited to discuss 3PL
on site research from Iowa St. University
and case insights from IPC, a SUBWAY®
Franchisee-Owned Organization, and
C.H. Robinson.
Scott Grawe (Moderator), Associate Professor
of Supply Chain Management, Iowa State
University
Ryan Bischoff, Manager, Supply Chain
Engineering, C.H. Robinson
Matthew Schiffer, Key Account Manager,
C.H. Robinson
Martha Symanski, Senior Logistics Manager,
Independent Purchasing Cooperative
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Delivering on the Customer Promise:
Where Retail and Automotive Connect
Automotive and retail executives will discuss
SC disruption and how they overcome these
challenges to continually meet consumer
demand, while driving down costs. Topic
#1: How refreshing a distribution strategy
revs up savings in automotive. Topic #2: Is it
possible to achieve high-touch deliveries with
lower costs?
Bob Ferrari (Moderator), Executive Editor and
Managing Director, Supply Chain Matters
John Diez, President, Dedicated Transportation
Solutions, Ryder System, Inc.
Jared Kitchene, Director, Supply Chain and
Logistics, FRAM Filtration
Steve Sensing, President, Global Supply
Chain Solutions, Ryder System, Inc.
Abhinav Shukla, Chief Operating Officer,
True Value Company
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SPONSOR PRESENTATION
SERIES II
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SUPPLY CHAIN EXCHANGE II
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Transportation Modeling in the Cloud:
The Road to Rapid ROI
Green House Gas Reduction Strategies
and Case Studies
Transportation Modeling empowers you to
challenge assumptions and test new ideas
for transportation policies, while exploring
possibilities and seeing effects on operations. Learn how progressive companies are
using TMS Modeling in the cloud to achieve
a 5-10% reduction in miles and 2-5% better
trailer utilization.
Carriers and Shippers are leveraging clean
burning Natural Gas Trucks in their supply
chains to radically reduce Green House
Gas (GHG) emissions and save money.
Legislation will soon regulate GHG emissions
across all industries. Panelists will share their
current operations, results, and future plans
on Natural Gas.
Gregg Lanyard (Moderator), Director, Product
Management, Manhattan Associates
Harrison Clay (Moderator), President, Clean
Energy Renewable Fuels
Sharon Perry, Vice President of Logistics, Carhartt
Mike Casteel, Director of Fleet Procurement,
United Parcel Service, Inc.
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Beware of Falling Prices
This session explores the pressures shippers
have been under to reduce transportation
spends by renegotiating contracts with core
carriers based on very loose capacity and a
decline in contract truckload rates (including fuel surcharge). Do the short-term cost
savings endanger capacity when the market
swings?
Greg Sikes (Moderator), Vice President, Products,
DAT Solutions
Brian Boermeester, Director of Transportation,
Nestlé
Ralph Galantine, Product Manager, DAT Solutions
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SUPPLY CHAIN EXCHANGE I
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Hugh Donnell, North American Truck Market
Leader, Cummins Westport, Inc.
Scott Perry, Vice President – Supply Management
& Global Fuel Products, Ryder System, Inc.
James Reed, Chief Financial Officer, Interstate
Distributor Company
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Insights from GNC - Why Pool
Distribution Now?
Learn how pool distribution helps retailers
increase the velocity of moving goods to
stores, while minimizing costs. GNC, a
leading global specialty retailer of health
and wellness products, shares insights
on the benefits and capabilities of pool
distribution.
Jeffrey Berichon (Moderator), Senior Vice
President Product Management, Descartes
Systems Group
Gregg Sayers, Vice President of Logistics,
GNC
Secrets of Making the Internet of Things
(IoT) Work for You
The rapid expansion of connected devices
presents a unique opportunity to grow your
business. However, to benefit from the IoT,
you must integrate heterogeneous technologies across multiple domains and environments. Attend this session to learn a new
approach for accelerating IoT success.
Kevin Downey, Chief Technologist, AMS,
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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MONDAY EDUCATION SESSIONS BY TRACK
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
The Last Mile – Where Hearts and
Minds of Consumers are Won in an
Omnichannel World
Fact vs. Fiction – Generational
Stereotypes
Does Paying Higher Truckload $/mi
Yield Better Service?
Explore the many stereotypes relative to
Millennials in the workplace. This highly
interactive, audience participative session
will debate common stereotypes relative to
Millennials and get Millennials’ input about
how they feel working with more experienced professionals.
The latest in a string of university truckload
research projects studied the relationship between pricing and service. This session will
introduce suggested findings and engage the
audience in conversation about key attribute
patterns across a portfolio of researched
truckload strategies.
Robert Martichenko, Chief Executive Officer,
LeanCor Supply Chain Group
Gary Bleazard, Vice President, ProcurementLogistics, Fleet, and Co-Manufacturing,
Coca-Cola Refreshments
Managing the last mile delivery into the
sacred ground of the consumer’s home, especially for large-format goods, is the new battleground for today’s Millennial consumers.
Panelists will discuss operations challenges
and the critical importance of managing,
measuring, and understanding the customer
experience in real time.
Will O’Shea (Moderator), Chief Sales and
Marketing Officer, XPO Logistics/Last Mile
Kim Ballewske, Director of Distribution, La-Z-Boy
Gerard Gable, Director, Delivery Experience,
Design Within Reach
Talal Tadros, Deputy Manager, IKEA Services
North America, IKEA Distribution Services
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SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Leading Global Supply Chains
John Lund, former Chief Supply Chain Officer at Walt Disney Company, will explain
the increasingly global nature of business,
and how it takes cultural sensitivity and
self-awareness to build strong relationships
with business partners internationally.
John Lund, Principal, Lund-Simon Consulting
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Supply Chain Leader: If I Knew Then
What I Know Now...
The road to career success is fraught with
twists, turns, and potholes. Hear from industry leaders as they share lessons learned the
hard way through years of hard work and
experience.
Rick Blasgen (Moderator), President and Chief
Executive Officer, CSCMP
Abré Pienaar, Chief Executive Officer, iPlan
Global
Heather Sheehan, Director Member Engagement
and Sponsorships, AWESOME
Roger Woody, Executive Lecturer, Director Supply
Chain Center of Excellence, University of Kansas
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SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AND
PROCUREMENT
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Specific Change Management Techniques: Successful Only by Generation,
by Culture or Universally Applicable?
Live debate! Weigh in on a lively confrontation between father and daughter Abré
Pienaar (Boomer generation) and Adri
McCaskill (Millennial generation); refereed
by Ted Stank (Gen X) and active audience
participation.
Ted Stank (Moderator), 2015 CSCMP Chairman
of the Board, and Chair of Excellence at Global
Supply Chain Institute at University of Tennessee
Adri McCaskill, General Manager, iPlan
International LLC
Abré Pienaar, Chief Executive Officer,
iPlan Global
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
A Shipper Case Study: Close Partnerships Builds Innovation
The case studies will focus on how shippers,
their suppliers and 3PLs cross their boundaries and collaborate along the supply chain.
Benefits are: reduction of transport and
inventory costs, quicker and more qualified
reactions to changes, and driving innovations through close partnerships.
Artur Zgoda (Moderator), Director of Sales
Engineering, Siemens
Richard Montalvo, Director of Sales, Siemens
PPA Logistics
Steve Raetz, Director, Research and Marketing
Intelligence, C.H. Robinson
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TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Location, Location, Location…Technology
to Design Your Network
Achieving an optimal network to serve your
customers requires understanding critical
aspects related to where you operate. Panelists will present the latest tools, key issues,
and real-world perspectives from their own
network design initiatives.
Kris Bjorson (Moderator), International
Director, JLL
Jason Brewer, Managing Director, Global
Alliances, LLamasoft, Inc.
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Lights, Camera, Action! Latest Innovations in Picking Technologies
An overview of some innovative equipment
technologies to streamline the picking
process and enable greater productivity and
visibility from providers and current users.
Louis Cerny (Moderator), Vice President, Sedlak
Management Consultants
Tom Pierce, Logistics Sales Engineer, Cognex
Mark Steinkamp, Director, Solutions Development, Intelligrated
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Neither Rain nor Sleet...Real-Time
Weather Data for Supply Chain Planning
Intermodal – New Services, New
Terminals, New Markets
Supply chains can be severely impacted by
many factors—including the weather. Learn
about advanced technology in real-time
weather prediction and tracking to help
mitigate risk and protect service levels.
Intermodal service has been around for more
than 65 years and has become a growth
engine for railroads. This session will look
at the new CSX terminal in Winterhaven, FL,
FEC concierge service and new sustainable
fuel options. Attendees will come away with
a better understanding of how intermodal
services have matured and expanded transportation options.
Changing the Warehouse Talent Game
– Empowering the Uniquely-Abled
(formerly known as disabled)
Matt Wensing, Chief Executive Officer,
Riskpulse
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TRANSPORTATION AND
LOGISTICS
10:30 am - 11:45 am
UBERFICATION: Sourcing Capacity in
a Shared Economy
This session will showcase routing and
shared capacity technologies which will
allow shippers and service providers to
reduce empty miles and increase capacity.
Libby Ogard (Moderator), President, Prime
Focus, LLC
Rick DiMaio, Vice President of Distribution,
Office Depot
Todd Ericksrud, President, Matchback
Systems
Marco Huijsman, President, Cofano
Brett Parker, President, Cargomatic
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Beyond the Panama Canal - New
Routes, New Services
This session will take you beyond the
Panama Canal by examining its impacts
from the expansion. Panelists will also walk
you through the transshipment and logistics
support services for the new hub.
Adam Bridges, Senior Vice President, Strategic
Planning, FEC Railway
Mike DelBovo, President, Saddle Creek
Transportation
Stephanie Lane, Director of Industrial Development, CSX Transportation Company
The National Organization on Disability
helps leading companies develop/expand
their disability hiring and inclusion programs. Panelists will share their experiences
in developing and successfully launching a
disability hiring initiative, and building local,
effective partnerships to source candidates
with disabilities.
Howard Green (Moderator), Deputy Director,
Professional Services at National Organization
on Disability
Jeff Kellan, Vice President, Supply Chain
Operations, Toys R Us
Dave Mulder, Director of Distribution, Meijer
Tim Nolan, President, Tote Maritime
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3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
WAREHOUSING
10:30 am - 11:45 am
If I Knew Then…Words of Wisdom
from Warehousing Greats
Legends of the warehousing industry share
their insights on the past, present, and future
of Warehouse Management. This open conversation will touch on the role of technology, talent, and the risks to the profession.
Mitch Mac Donald (Moderator), President
and CEO, Agile Business Media, LLC
Data Synergies – Why Integration
Between Systems Can Yield More
Than the Sum of Parts
Many warehousing professionals use data
collections systems. However, different
groups within the warehouse look at data
from only one collection system as part of
their work day. Learn how to recognize the
inefficient data collection points and develop
a plan on how the different systems can
provide a holistic view.
Paul Firth, Manager, iWAREHOUSE Professional
Services
Bruce Abels, President, Fairfield Logistics
Advisors
Ken Ackerman, President, K.B. Ackerman
Company
Cliff Lynch, Principal, C.F. Lynch & Associates
Joshua Bloomfield, General Manager, Outbound
Transportation Operations, Caterpillar, Inc.
Miguel Gaitan, Logistics Manager, ISPTY.com
Brian Hancock, Executive Vice President and
Chief Marketing Officer, Kansas City Southern
Railroad
Ana Reyes, Interinstitutional Logistics
Cabinet, Panama
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“I attend the conference to engage with a
network of likeminded business professionals
who share a passion for supply chain. This
annual opportunity to educate myself on industry trends, learn from peer organizations
and meet potential customers is one I always
look forward to.”
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MAJOR SESSION HEADLINER
GE Transportation and RailConnect360: Driving Enhanced Outcomes
for the Rail Industry
As Chief Digital Officer of GE Transportation, Seth Bodnar knows technology, and how technology can best be used to improve supply chain management. Seth’s discussion will focus on how
software, data and analytics are driving automation and enhanced outcomes in the rail industry
and beyond. The rail industry has been increasingly moving to integrated offerings that leverage
data and analytics to optimize networks and operations, and improve asset performance. This
digital industrial revolution will drive unprecedented change in the way railroads perform,
compete globally, and unlock new value from data and business models. Whether you’re in rail,
another area of transportation, or another area of supply chain altogether, the lessons you’ll learn
about technology and automation will help you streamline your business.
Seth Bodnar is the Chief Digital Officer for GE Transportation, a company that is at forefront of transportation technology, software, and analytics. Before joining GE, Seth was an officer in the U.S. Army, serving
as an infantry rifle platoon leader in the 101st Airborne Division, and a special assistant to the commanding
general of Multi-National Force-Iraq.
TUESDAYSEPTEMBER 27
HIGHLIGHTS
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
STUDENT RECRUITMENT DAY
sponsored by Burris Logistics
The brightest supply chain students from global educational institutions, all in one place at one
time, allows your company the opportunity to streamline recruiting efforts and save money. If your
organization would like to participate in the Student Recruitment Day, contact Linda Haymond-Bock,
Student Recruitment Day Coordinator, at [email protected] or +1 630.645.3465.
10:30 am - 11:45 am
THE LINCS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
New Program to Aid Veterans and Others, and Train Incumbent Workers
The LINCS supply chain management program provides education and industry certifications in
eight key areas of SCM. This program is focused on helping veterans, people whose jobs were
outsourced, and anyone out of work. It is funded by a $25 million grant from the Department
of Labor and is a consortium of twelve colleges, CSCMP, and the National Urban League.
Dee Biggs, Vice President Industry Partnerships, CSCMP
Lisa Hiscano, Director Continuing and Professional Education, Union County College
Tara Sheffer, Program Coordinator Columbus State College
Kim Miller, Strategic Services Development Admin Coordinator, Honda Logistics, North America
Eric Goodie, Director of Asset Acquisition and Management, Houston Area Urban League
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
SUPPLY CHAIN INDUSTRY NETWORKING LUNCHEON
sponsored by J.W. Logistics
Dine and exchange ideas with colleagues who share the same management responsibilities as you.
Or, expand your horizons and sit with professionals who work in different areas of the industry.
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Enjoy the company of your peers from
around the world while enjoying complimentary appetizers and beverages.
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS’
RECEPTION
sponsored by Kohler Co.
By invitation only. Tomorrow’s supply
chain leaders, age 30 and under, will
have the chance to network with their
peers. The winner of the 2016 Annual
Call for Papers Scholarship, sponsored
by Kohler Co., will also be recognized
at this event.
TUESDAY EDUCATION SESSIONS BY TRACK
01
2016 SUPPLY CHAIN
INNOVATIONS OF THE YEAR
10:30 am - 11:45 am
02
CURRENT RESEARCH AND
SURVEYS
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Optimizing Omni-Channel Fulfillment
Through Systems Innovation
CSCMP’s 27 th Annual “State of Logistics
Report ®,” Supported by Penske Logistics
Take a journey with Invata and Destination
Maternity as they detail an omni-channel
fulfillment center that increased processing
efficiencies and reduced freight costs by
servicing retail, wholesale, and e-­commerce
customers, while also processing reverse
logistics requirements through the same
automated operation.
CSCMP and Penske Logistics invite you to
join A.T. Kearney, the author of CSCMP’s
Annual “State of Logistics Report®,” to hear
highlights and trends emerging from this
year’s report, marking the 27th anniversary
of this important and updated offering.
Carl Marcinkowski (Moderator), Senior Vice
President of Distribution and Transportation,
Destination Maternity
Jay Moris, Chief Marketing Officer, Invata
Intralogistics
Ryan Sheehan, Chief Executive Officer,
Invata Intralogistics
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Johnson & Johnson: Securing the Drug
Supply Chain
Johnson & Johnson has built and implemented one of the first systems to comply with
new federal and global regulations that will
protect its drug supply. By retaining its legacy WMS and using an adaptive software
tool, Johnson & Johnson is positioned for
compliancy years ahead of the mandated
schedule.
Matthew Deep, Vice President, Technology,
DMLogic LLC
Michael Rose, Vice President, Supply Chain
Visibility, Johnson & Johnson
Mike Sedlatschek, Senior IT Manager,
Johnson & Johnson
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Transforming Supply Chain From a Cost
Center to a Profit Center in Health Care
The American health care business model
continues to face challenges, and current
supply chain practices will not deliver the
results needed to remain relevant. ROi
internalized the traditional functions of
intermediaries, creating a profit center
while also developing services that can
be sold to health care providers.
Kevin Smith (Moderator), President and Chief
Executive Officer, Sustainable Supply Chain
Consulting
Marc Althen, President, Penske Logistics
Richard Camacho, Vice President of Global
Supply Chain Operations, The Hershey
Company
Brian Hancock, Executive Vice President and
Chief Marketing Officer, Kansas City Southern
Railroad
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Platform Life Cycle Management (PLCM)
Building Profits Through Simplification,
Standardization, Speed, and Scale
The University of Tennessee has completed
research on how benchmark supply chains
are utilizing Platform Life Cycle Management
(PLCM) strategies to address massive challenge in the exponential growth of supply
chain complexity. This session will provide
SC leaders with a set of Best Practices to
implement PLCM.
Ted Stank (Moderator), Harry & Vivienne Bruce
Chair of Excellence in Business, University of
Tennessee, Department of Marketing & Supply
Chain Management
Michael Burnette, Director of Global Supply
Chain Institute, University of Tennessee
Christian Negrescu, Senior Director Integrated
Supply Chain, Mondelēz International
Ronald Marotta, Vice President International
Division, Yusen Logsitics
Sean Monahan, Partner, A.T. Kearney
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Women in Logistics and SCM: Talent
Development and B2C Impacts on SCM
in an Omni-Channel World
Learn about “talent” trends of women and
men in SCM. The Ohio State University has
partnered with the University of Arkansas
to transition this 20-year research stream.
Industry perspective is provided by GROW,
a women’s initiative at J.B. Hunt Transport.
Martha Cooper (Moderator), Professor
Emeritus, The Ohio State University
Kyani Alford, Intern, Nestlé Purina
Terry Esper, Oren Harris Chair in Logistics
and Associate Professor, University of
Arkansas Walton College of Business
Macy Roe, Intern, Colgate Palmolive
Hannah Stolze, Assistant Professor,
Wheaton College
RICH WILSON
CONFERENCES ATTENDED:
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“I attend the conference
to make sure I stay
connected to the people
and organizations
that are influencing
how the supply chain
works. The conference’s
educational content
gives me both tangible
ideas and context to
make the most of my
role at my company.”
Gene Kirtser, Chief Executive Officer, ROi
13
TUESDAY EDUCATION SESSIONS BY TRACK
03
DEMAND PLANNING
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Big Bite, Big Gulp, Big Changes in the
Supply Chain!
Customer wants and needs are changing
faster than ever before with a high demand
for daily, fresh, high-quality foods. In this
session, 7-Eleven will reveal their infrastructure that it established in order to meet
their customers’ expectations every day
in 8,500+ stores.
Dean Burkett, Director of Demand Planning,
7-Eleven, Inc.
Karin Bursa, Executive Vice President,
Marketing, Logility, Inc.
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
The Panel of Experts – SC Planning
Challenges, Opportunities, & Best
Practices
Intel: Integrated Supply Chain and
Improvements
Planning in today’s volatile and complex
business environment requires new thinking and digital technologies. New sources
of data are impacting the supply chain
planning landscape. Panelists will provide
insights to the art and science of planning.
Richard Sherman (Moderator), Senior Fellow,
Supply Chain Centre of Excellence, Tata
Consultancy Services
Andrea Atwell, Vice President, US Market
Supply Chain, L’Oréal
Hank Canitz, Director, Product Marketing,
Logility, Inc.
Mallery Dosdall, Demand Planning Manager,
Red Wing Shoe Company
Robin Haddock, Group Director, Planning
and Logistics, Coca-Cola North America
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Best Practices for Coping with
Intermittent Demand
Products with intermittent demand can be
nearly impossible to forecast with traditional
methods. Session panelists will explain how
to identify and accurately forecast products
with intermittent demand and provide several
practical non-forecast related strategies.
Mohan Gopalakrishnan, Assistant Professor,
Supply Chain Management, Arizona State
University
Arnold Maltz, Professor, Supply Chain
Management, Arizona State University
05
INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
10:30 am - 11:45 am
06
“CSCMP’s Annual Conference provides me with
the most connections and
unbiased content in one
place at one time.”
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06
MANUFACTURING AND
SERVICE OPERATIONS
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Envisioning Supply Chain Management
4.0: How Japanese Manufacturing Companies Design Supply Chain Strategies
Towards Industry 4.0
Global high performers need to build efficient and agile business and supply chain
networks to address Industry 4.0, IoT, and
AI. This session will introduce perspectives
of Japanese companies in linking supply
chain to Industry 4.0.
Jorge Calvo, Global SCM Division President,
Roland DG Corporation
SCM professionals can create shareholder
value by accelerating revenue, reducing
costs, and optimizing working capital, but
is that enough? The former Chief Supply
Chain Officer of The Walt Disney Company
will provide a holistic framework for creating real shareholder value.
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
CONFERENCES ATTENDED:
Carlos Mazariegos, Supply Chain Analytics
Manager, Intel Corporation
Disney: How Great Supply Chains Create Value – An Integrated Approach
John Lund, Owner, Lund Simon Consulting
CHRIS ELLIOTT
Intel will showcase their integrated methodology used to link their suppliers into the “Intel
Integrated Supply Chain” in order to service
their customers.
Mondelēz Supply Chain Transformation:
Network Design Center of Excellence to
Build the Foundation for Mondelēz 2.0
Mondelēz implemented a strategy to build
an internal supply chain network design
Center of Excellence to optimize the supply
chain and build a foundation for the future.
This case study will reveal key success factors and impacts of carve outs on a multi
category network.
Ravi Kiran, Manager Supply Network
Design, Mondelēz International
Michiya Morita, Professor Faculty Economics,
Gakushuin University Tokyo
Enhancing Supply Chain and Operations
to Address Business Shifts: Industry
Perspectives
Companies are facing demanding issues
due to business shifts in consumer demand,
regulation, and consolidations. Panelists
will address their industry/company’s issues
while evolving in product/market segments
and undergo shifts due to varied factors.
Bob Silverman (Moderator), Executive Vice
President, Supply Chain & Logistics Solutions,
Jones Lane LaSalle
James Brucken, Senior Director, Global
Operations, Lexmark International
Chris Corrado, Vice President, Supply
Chain, Ansell
Pablo Cussatti, Senior Vice President,
Manufacturing, Pinnacle Foods
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Creating Effective Supply Chain and
Sourcing Networks
As complexity in supply chain and operational requirements increases, creating the
right network is crucial to operational effectiveness. Learn how consumer packaged
goods/food manufacturers and food service
retailers/franchisers achieve efficient and
responsive networks.
Rich Wilson (Moderator), Director, Fruit Planning
and Contract Manufacturing Systems and
Analytics, The J.M.Smucker Company
David Cowperthwait, Vice President, Global
Supply Chain Capability, Kellogg’s
Ron Hord, Vice President, Fruit & Contract
Manufacturing Supply Chain, The J.M. Smucker
Company
Mary Long, Vice President, Logistics and
Network Planning, Domino’s
Bobby Marinov, Vice President, Strategic Sourcing
and Field Service, McDonald’s Corporation
07
ORDER FULFILLMENT AND
CUSTOMER SERVICE
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Supply Chain Analytics at Intel
Analytics is playing a key role in keeping
Intel’s supply chain among the top 25 supply
chains in the world as per Gartner ranking.
Applying advanced and integrated analytics
across the entire supply chain resulted in Intel
saving billions of dollars, and it also enabled
Intel to leverage technology effectively.
Mani Janakiram, Director, Supply Chain
Intelligence and Analytics, Intel Corporation
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SPONSOR PRESENTATION
SERIES I
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Are You Smarter Than Technology?
This session will discuss the challenges in
logistics today and how technology is used
to solve complex transportation problems.
Goals for this session include bridging the
skill-gap between the new emerging workforce and preparing future logisticians with
new skill sets to meet the ever-changing,
competitive environment.
Marsha Vacirca, Program Director, MercuryGate
International, Inc.
09
SPONSOR PRESENTATION
SERIES II
10:30 am - 11:45 am
One Touch Logistics: How Sam’s Club
Cross Docks Cut Time and Cost From
Supply Chain
A cross dock strategy can reduce time, touch
points and inventory from the supply chain,
but it takes precise execution to maximize
the benefits of this one-touch distribution
strategy. Panelists will discuss cross docking
at Sam’s Club, one of the largest and most
sophisticated cross dock networks in the U.S.
Michael Gardner, President and Chief Executive
Officer, Kane Is Able
Sheila Taylor, Vice President, Sam’s Club Logistics,
Walmart Stores
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Best Practices and Trends in Order
Fulfillment and Customer Service
This session will focus on best practices
and trends in order fulfillment and customer
service areas. Different supply chain experts
will share their experiences on the fast
changing marketplace and offer their advice
on best practice supply chain solutions to
improve competitiveness.
Rajiv Saxena (Moderator), Head, Supply
Chain Solutions, APL Logistics
Red Wing Shoe Company: Giant Steps
to Improving SIOP
By creating a demand-driven supply chain,
Red Wing Shoe Company has taken huge
steps to increase forecast accuracy, reduce
inventory, improve fill rates, boost collaborative visibility with key suppliers, and accelerate a productive S&OP cadence.
Karin Bursa, Executive Vice President,
Marketing, Logility, Inc.
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Collaborative Transportation Innovation:
A Supply Chain Imperative
Pressure mounts for shippers to meet higher
service expectations at low cost, while faced
with transportation capacity constraints, volatile fuel costs, and the need for a decreased
carbon footprint. Learn the importance of
collaborative transportation and understand
challenges in developing an innovative
service offering.
John Dillon, Senior Manager, Business
Development, APL Logistics
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SUPPLY CHAIN EXCHANGE I
10:30 am - 11:45 am
JDA Future Series: A Look Into the Future
of Transportation Management Trends
for the Next Decade
While the adoption rate of transportation
technology is reasonably high, there is still
opportunity for advancement and efficiency.
What if you could predict major events with
real-time data inputs and develop a better
initial plan? Learn the top trends and drive
success within your TMS and processes.
Fabrizio Brasca, Vice President, Solution
Strategy, Intelligent Fulfillment, JDA Software
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
The New Quick Growth Retail Model How Accelerated E-Comm Growth Is
Forcing Change In Distribution
Retail is changing. The traditional “slow and
steady” growth model is being replaced by
a new quick growth model driven by the
rise in e-commerce. Subsequently, this puts a
greater strain and demand on fulfillment operations. Learn how to effectively accommodate expedited e-comm growth within your
distribution operations.
Robert Duron, Vice President, Fulfillment,
The RealReal, Inc.
Michael Roe, Account Executive, DMW&H
Mallery Dosdall, Demand Planning Manager,
Red Wing Shoe Company
Mani Janakiram, Director, Supply Chain
Intelligence and Analytics, Intel Corporation
Jeffrey Tew, Chief Scientist and Innovation
Lab Director, Tata Consultancy Services
15
TUESDAY EDUCATION SESSIONS BY TRACK
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Not All Optimizers Are Created Equal:
The Top 5 Features to Gain Maximum
Value from Your Shipment Optmizers
Many products are within the category of
optimizers for supply chain needs. Learn the
top 5 features that deliver on the ambitious
promises of improved efficiency and reduced
costs and how leading edge companies
leverage advanced technology solutions to
reduce costs, improve efficiency, and minimize environmental impact.
Adrian Gonzalez, President, Adelante SCM
Corporation
John Martin, Senior Solutions Consultant,
MercuryGate International, Inc.
Brian Nichols, Vice President, Solutions,
Knight Transportation
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SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP
SUPPLY CHAIN EXCHANGE II
The Perils of Shipping
Take part in an open discussion covering
liabilities that shippers need to be made
aware of. Learn the potential liabilities
when shipping internationally, shipping
domestically, using carriers’ biased onesided rules tariffs, and not entering into
a formal annual contract.
Charles Marrale (Moderator), Chief Operating
Officer, Exfreight
Steve Huntley, President, Logistics and Carrier
Contract Management Division, IPS Worldwide
Charlie Schultz, Vice President, The Freight
Rate Company
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Capacity Planning and Carrier Relations
Explores tradeoffs between savings gained
on contract rates vs. the viability of long-term
relationships with core carriers. We will examine truckload rate benchmarks on specific
lanes to see where company spends are
above and below market. The question is
whether quality of service warrants premium
or commodity spends.
Greg Sikes (Moderator), Vice President, Products,
DAT Solutions
David Domencic, Transportation Procurement,
Armada Supply Chain Solutions
Mark Montague, Senior Market Analyst,
DAT Solutions
13
SUPPLY MANAGEMENT AND
PROCUREMENT
10:30 am - 11:45 am
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Learning to Love and Leverage Being on a
Team: Can You Build a LEGO Object in 10
Minutes With People You’ve Never Met?
Sourcing from Mexico - The Supplier
Development Challenge
LEGO teams are limited to the first 100 people! This highly interactive session will explore
what it takes to be a successful team player in
supply chain. Using LEGO sets, speakers will
lead discussions on topics like: skills necessary to be successful, the virtual workplace;
influencing others, managing up, and more!
Tom Shield, Project Manager Logistics, Kohler Co.
Rosemary Smith, Senior Supply Chain
Development Manager, Lego Company
Susanna Sterling-Bodnar, Project Manager,
Ace Hardware
10:30 am - 11:45 am
16
12
Moving supply chain operations away
from distant low-countries to nearshore
locations such as Mexico or Latin America
has garnered new interest due to growing
international supply risks. Explore the risks
and advantages of sourcing from Mexico
and the benefits of centralizing your supply
chain operations there.
Diego De la Garza, Associate Director, Source
One Management Services, LLC
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
The Contract Trap
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Bridging the Gap Between Supply
Chain and the C-Suite
We’ve heard the statistics—logistics represents 8.3% of GDP and on average 6080% of a company’s costs. In this session,
seasoned executives will tell you what their
organizations are doing right, and in some
cases wrong, to elevate the importance of
supply chain in the C-Suite.
Rick Jackson (Moderator), Former Executive
Vice President, Limited Logistics Services,
Limited Brands
Rod Gallaway, Senior Vice President, Logistics
and Operations, Staples, Inc.
Mary Ann Kennedy, Senior Vice President of
Human Resources, Yusen Logistics
Michelle Meyer, Director, Advisory Services,
PwC
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Supply Chain Disruption: What to Do
When the Toilet Doesn’t Flush
Hear from seasoned “fire-fighters” as they
share their unique challenges to responding
quickly to chaos and how they approached
their decisions. This is not a panel discussion.
Mike Regan (Moderator), Co-Founder, Chief
of Relationship Developments, TranzAct
Technologies, Inc.
Mark Heinrich, Rear Admiral (retired) and
General Manager, Microsoft Cloud Supply
Chain, Microsoft
This session requires role-play and participation by members of the audience! Each
member will receive a copy of a short case
study and the discussion will be centered
around the problem of logistics contracts.
Ken Ackerman, President, K.B. Ackerman
Company
Steve Harmon, President & Co-Owner,
Spartan Logistics
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Creating a Tipping Point for Horizontal
Collaboration: Getting Started in the
U.S.
Horizontal collaboration in transport and
logistics has evolved from an innovative
concept into a powerful and proven method
to drive cost and inefficiencies out of the
supply chain. Learn the benefits horizontal
collaboration can bring to your logistics
network, and what the “big fuss” in
Europe is all about.
Sven Verstrepen, Head of Supply Network
Innovation and Analytics, Ahlers
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TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
10:30 am - 11:45 am
WMS/WCS/WES – What a Difference a
Letter Makes!
The newest breed of supply chain execution
software, warehouse execution systems
(WES) provide a real-time view of equipment, labor, orders and inventory, and an
optimization logic to enable “waveless”
picking in support of omni-channel fulfillment.
Mike Passales, Vice President, OmniChannel
Fulfillment, Target
Carlos Ysasi, Vice President Engineering,
Vargo Companies
15
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Port Performance – Maintaining Freight
Fluidity in a Changing Environment
Jack be Nimble: Gaining Agility and
Savings through Automation
This session will examine port performance
in a changing environment. Learn how to
benchmark port performance measures and
understand how to improve freight fluidity in
congested markets.
Adriene Bailey, Chief Strategy Officer, Yusen
Logistics (Americas) Inc.
The stress of Peak Season on a DC is a
universal challenge. This session will explore
how automation can provide solutions to
common high-volume fulfillment issues,
empowering you to reap the benefits of
a system engineered for top peak season
performance even in off-peak times.
Lee Beard, Senior Director, North America
Transportation and Trade, Nike, Inc.
Mark Diehl (Moderator), Business Development
Manager, Beumer Corporation
Tom France, Director, Logistics and Transportation Management, Caterpillar
Mark Michaels, Senior Vice President and
Chief Operation Officer, Trac Intermodal
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
TRANSPORTATION AND
LOGISTICS
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Disruptive Ideas and the Disruption
Being Imposed – A Panel of Leading
USA Surface Transportation CEO’s
Join our panel of USA Surface Transportation CEO’s and hear how transportation is
creating positive disruption to supply chains.
Learn about the active and emerging disruptors in surface transportation and hear how
transportation creates value in supply chain
and business.
Thriving in the Age of Supply Chain
Disruption
Mega trends such as eCommerce, globalization and urbanization along with new
technology such as 3D printing, drones, and
warehouse robotics are disrupting traditional
supply chain models. What’s the future of
warehousing and transportation in this new
world? Learn from high level leaders on how
to thrive and embrace change.
Alan Amling (Moderator), Vice President
Marketing, UPS Supply Chain Solutions
Gil Perez, Senior Vice President, Products and
Innovation, General Manager Connected
Vehicles, SAP
Lee Clair (Moderator), Managing Partner,
Transportation and Logistics Advisors, LLC
Rick Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Fast Radius
Jon Russell, President, Celadon Logistics
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James Welch, Chief Executive Officer, YRC
John Wiehoff, Chief Executive Officer,
C.H. Robinson
Patrick Sedlak, Principal, Sedlak Management
Consultants
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm
What Does the Warehouse of the
Future Look Like?
From AGVs to Vision Picking, the future is
closer than you think as the world’s top companies are e-searching and implementing in
operations spanning the globe. While talking
about robots is fun, you will also gain insight
into not only the technology, but the economic
impacts of automation on the supply chain.
Christopher Elliott (Moderator), Senior
Consultant, Blue Horseshoe Solutions
Steve Dunzio, Director, MBLE Program, The
Ohio State University
Adrian Kumar, Vice President, Solutions
Design North America, DHL Supply Chain
SUSIE STERLING-BODNAR
WAREHOUSING
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Disconnected in the DC: Why Metrics
Matter
After 14 years researching warehousing
metrics, one finding stands out; DCs are
disconnected from organizational strategy.
Find out how Coca-Cola Parts is leading
the industry using the DC Measures Study
to better align with Coca-Cola and improve
performance.
Joseph Tillman (Moderator), Chief Executive
Officer, TSquared Logistics
Scott Hardesty, Director, Coca-Cola Parts,
The Coca-Cola Company
Donnie Williams, Assistant Professor of Management, Georgia College & State University
CONFERENCES ATTENDED:
08
“I learn something new
every year and take it back
to my team. I meet friends
and colleagues and make
new connections that have
proven invaluable to me.
Every year I look forward
to September because of
this conference.”
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CLOSING SESSION HEADLINER
Conquering Life’s Stage Fright: Three Steps to Top Performance
We are all players and performers. Every action we take is a performance, and these performances become the barometer of how we measure our individual and team output. Mark will
demonstrate through stories and rhythm how individual and team performance are broken down
into three simple yet powerful steps: Clarity, Capability, and Confidence. You’ll learn how to bust
down barriers and solve problems, enabling you to accomplish the goals you’ve worked so hard
to build, and allowing you to create synchronistic relationships with your associates, family, and
friends. Mark’s engaging and interactive performance will bring you to your feet.
Mark Shulman is a renowned drummer and motivational speaker. He was voted ‘Top 3 Pop-Rock Drummers’
in the 2014 Modern Drummer Reader’s Poll, and has toured with P!NK, Billy Idol, Foreigner, Sheryl Crow,
Stevie Nicks, Beyoncé, and more. Mark has appeared on countless television programs, including The
Grammys, The Tonight Show, and American Idol.
WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 28
HIGHLIGHTS
8:30 am - 9:45 am
MEGA SESSIONS
Is Your Business Intelligence Really All that Smart?
10:00 am - 11:30 am
BRUNCH AND CLOSING
SESSION
This session will focus on harnessing big data and leveraging analytics and software to drive
efficiency and productivity across the supply chain. By incorporating data and analytics into the
supply chain, shippers can control costs, increase capacity, and improve operational performance while delivering predictable cycle time. Millions of data points generated from sensors,
combined with more than a century of rail domain knowledge and contemporary technologies,
allow supply chain networks to better operate assets, increase velocity, avoid unplanned downtime, save fuel, enhance safety, and so much more.
On the final day of conference,
make sure you have gathered all the
contact information of old friends
and new colleagues that you want
to take home with you during this
sit-down brunch.
sponsored by TBM Consulting Group
Kirk Knauff, Executive General Manager, General Electric, GE Transportation Digital Solutions
Jennifer Schopfer, Executive Director – Customer Performance Analytics, General Electric, GE Digital Division
Supply Chain Innovation: Leading Change for Future Success
Get answers to questions such as: What are the definition and examples of innovation? Why is
supply chain innovation critical to business success? What role do leaders play in challenging the
organization and driving innovation and change? What are the barriers to innovation and the
critical leadership skills required to overcome them? What role does diversity play in innovation?
How can supply chain leaders be catalysts for innovation and position organizations for future
success?
Andrea Atwell, Vice President, Supply Chain, L’Oreal
Darci Harris, Vice President, Supply Chain, Mars Chocolate North America
Karen Jones, Chief Marketing Officer, Ryder System, Inc.
Nancy Nix, Executive Director, AWESOME
Marie Robinson, Chief Operating Officer, Michael Kors
Inside Track: Real-Life Solutions that Work for Supply Chains
This panel will dig deep into the reality of supply chain challenges and triumphs. Panelists
will share real-life stories about their greatest hits and misses in transportation, logistics and
customer service, offering practical solutions that are broadly relevant across many industries.
Bradley Jacobs, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, XPO Logistics
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CLOSING SESSION AWARDS AND
RECOGNITIONS
SUPPLY CHAIN INNOVATION
AWARD™
Finalists will present their case
studies in Track 1: Supply Chain
Innovations of the Year. First- and
second-place winners will be
announced on stage during the
Brunch and Closing Session.
ADDITIONAL
EVENTS AND
AMENITIES
BEVERAGE BREAKS
sponsored by Kane Is Able
Complimentary bottled water, coffee, and soft drinks.
BOOKSTORE
sponsored by Truckstop.com
Peruse and buy dozens of today’s hottest supply chain
books.
CHARGING STATIONS
sponsored by DAT Solutions
You’ll never lose power with these complimentary stations.
REMKO VAN
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CONFERENCES
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“Consistently, this conference
has been a way for me to be inspired and informed, connected and collaborating, sharing
and seeing top industry peers.”
CONFERENCE APP
sponsored by LeanLogistics
Get up-to-the-minute alerts, sessions, and much more!
CONNECTION CENTER AND WIFI
sponsored by Prologis
Complimentary computers, printers, and WiFi on site.
PUBLICATION BINS
Collect free supply chain-related educational literature
and publications.
RELAXATION STATION
sponsored by LeanLogistics
Complimentary professional neck, foot, and shoulder
massage.
SUPPLY CHAIN EXCHANGE EXHIBITION
Sunday, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Monday, 7:30 am - 6:30 pm
Tuesday, 7:30 am - 2:00 pm
This one-of-a-kind exhibition offers you the opportunity to experience the contemporary intelligent design and function of authentic
world-class supply chains. Talk one-on-one with experts in fields
such as logistics, programming, and much more. In this unique
educational setting, you will have the opportunity to view demonstrations, equipment, systems, and technologies that provide cutting
edge solutions to a wide range of supply chain challenges. You’ll
also get an in-depth look at the parts that make up a top-performing supply chain.
For more information and a list of current exhibitors, visit
cscmpconference.org.
To participate as an exhibitor, contact Vince Cavaseno at
[email protected] or +1 617.232.2000.
RESOURCE CENTER
Explore the products, programs, services, and resources
available through CSCMP.
ROUNDTABLE SERVICE CENTER
Discover all the opportunities that await you when you
participate in your local roundtable.
DAILY POCKET GUIDES
sponsored by Manhattan Associates
Convenient guide to each day’s events and sessions.
SHUTTLE SERVICE
Complimentary shuttle service to/from CSCMP conference
hotels and Gaylord offers Walt Disney theme parks service.
BUSINESS CENTERS
Both CSCMP conference hotels offer full-service business
centers for a convenient office away from the office.
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JOIN US!
COMPANIES ATTENDING
Visit cscmpconference.org for the most up-to-date
list of who’s attending this year’s conference!
1-800 CONTACTS • 1A Auto, Inc. • 7-Eleven • A. Duie Pyle, Inc. • A.L. Solutions • A.T. Kearney • A3 Freight Payment • Abbott Laboratories
Ability Tri-Modal Transportation Services, Inc. • Accenture • ACHIEVEGLOBAL • Acme Distribution Centers, Inc. • Active International • Acuitive Solutions • Adair Ave Group
Adobe Systems Incorporated • Affiliated Warehouse Companies Inc. • Air France • Ajinomoto Heartland, Inc. • ALDI Inc. • Alfa Laval AB • AlixPartners, LLP
ALOM Technologies • Alticor • Altus Group US Inc. • Amber Road • American Shipper Magazine • Americold • Amway • Anderson University • Anthony Barone & Associates
APL Logistics • APQC • Arizona State University • Armada Supply Chain Solutions • Associated Warehouses, Inc. • Atlanta Bonded Warehouse Corporation • AWESOME
Ball Horticultural Company • Batory Foods • Bayer HealthCare LLC • Beumer Corporation • BG Strategic Advisors • Blommer Chocolate • Blue Horseshoe
Blue Rock Construction • BNSF Logistics • Boardman Oy • BP • Brigham Young University • Bristol-Myers Squibb • Broward College • Bumble Bee Sea Foods
C.F. Lynch & Associates • C.H. Robinson • C.L. Services, Inc. • California State University Fresno • Cambro • Capcorn USA, Inc. • Cardinal Health • Cargill, Inc. • Cargo Chief
Carhartt, Inc. • CarMax • Cass Information Systems • CDI-M&T Company • Celadon • Celsur Logistica • Cengage Learning • Center for International Trade and Transportation
Center for International Trade Development • Centrx • Charter Communications • Chesterfield County Economic Development • Chop Tank Transport • Cipher Systems
City Furniture, Inc. • Clayton State University • Clean Energy • Clearwater Paper Corporation • CLH Logistics, LLC • Cloud Logistics • Coca-Cola • COFASA
Colgate-Palmolive Company • Colliers • Colon Import and Export • Coloplast • Columbian Logistics Network • Compliance Networks LLC • Comprehensive Logistics, Inc.
Comstock & Theakston, Inc. • Consolidated Distribution Corporation • Continental Mills • CONTRANS • Covidien • CP+B • Cresa • CSM Bakery Solutions • CubiScan
Cummins Westport, Inc. • Cushman & Wakefield • CVS • D+S Distribution, Inc. • Danaher Corporation • DAT Solutions • Dealer Tire LLC • Dedicated Logistics Services
Dedicated Logistics, Inc. • Deere & Company • Dell • DEMDACO • Dermody Properties • Descartes • DF Young, Inc. • DHL • Direct Recruiters • DiversiTech Corporation
Drew Marine USA • Electrolux • enVista • ES3 • Essilor of America (Nassau Vision Group) • Estes Express Lines • E.T. Browne Drug Co., Inc. • Evans Distribution Systems
ExFreight • Fabri-Kal Corp • FHI • FIDELITONE • Fin Fun • Finnish Association of Purchasing & Logistics (LOGY) • First Logistics Management Services, LLC • FLEXE, Inc.
Florida East Coast Railway • Flowserve Corporation • FoodScience Corporation • Foot Locker • Fortive Corp. • Fortna Inc. • Freight Management, Inc. • Freight Rate Company
G&G Outfitters • Gakushuin University • GE • Generac Power Systems • General Dynamics Information Technology • GEODIS • Georgia College & State University
Georgia Tech Supply Cain and Logistics Institute • Georgia-Pacific • Germany Trade and Invest • Givens Logistics • Global Executive Solutions Group • Global Express Services
GNC • Good360 • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company • Google • Grand Central Texas • Graybar • Green & Associates • GROWMARK, Inc. • Grupo Mejia Arcala
GS1 US • Guess?, Inc. • H.C. Stark Canada, Inc. • H.D. Smith Drug Wholesale Company • Hach Lange GmbH • Hall’s Warehouse Corp. • Hallmark Cards, Inc. • HALPIM
Hampton Products International • Harper College • Haworth • Hellmann Worldwide Logistics • Henningsen Cold Storage Co. • Hewlett Packard Enterprise • Hogan
Holman Distribution • Honda Logistics North America • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt • HPE • ICL Systems • IHS Global Insight • Indelox • Integra Logistics Services LLC
Intelligent Audit • Interline Brands, Inc. • InterMetro Industries • Intermodal Management System LLC • Interstate Distributor Company • International Society for Inventory Research
Invata • io-consultants L.P. • iOmni LLC • IPC - Subway • iPlan • IPS Worldwide • ITN Worldwide • ITW • J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc. • J.P. Morgan Securities LLC
JFC International, Inc. • JLL • JobsInLogistics.com • John Deere • Johnson & Johnson • Johnson Controls • Jusda USA / qHub Logistics Corp. • K.B. Ackerman Company
Kane is Able, Inc. • Kansas City Power & Light • Kansas City SmartPort • Kansas City Southern Railroad • Kavo Kerr Group • Keller Logistics Group • Kellogg Company
Kenco Group • Kenco Logistics Services LLC • Kintetsu World Express (U.S.A.), Inc. • Knight Transportation • Knoll, Inc. • Kottke Trucking, Inc. • Landstar
Lansdale Warehouse Company, Inc. • LCBO • LeanCor • LeanLogistics • Lebanon Seaboard Corporation • Ledesma SAAI • Legion Logistics • LEGO • Lehigh University
Leica Biosystems • Lenovo • Lexmark International • Liberty Advisor Group • Limited Brands / Mast Global Logistics • LLamasoft, Inc. • Logility, Inc. • Logistick, Inc.
Logistics Management • L’Oréal • Lund-Simon Consulting • Lynden Transport, Inc. • LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions • M & W Distribution Services • MacroPoint • Mainfreight USA
Majestic Realty Co. • Maple Leaf Foods • Mars Chocolate North America • Masonite International Corporation • Maxim Integrated • McCormick & Company, Inc.
McDonald’s Corporation • McKee Foods Corporation • McShane Companies • Meadow Lark Companies • Medtronic • MercuryGate International, Inc. • MESCA Freight Services
Metro Park Warehouses, Inc. • Metropolitan State University • Mexpress Transportation, Inc. • MGO Marketing • Michigan State University • Miebach Logistica S.A.
Miller Intermodal Logistics Services, Inc. • Milton’s Distributing Co, Inc. • MIQ Logistics • Mississippi State University • Mondelēz International • MW Logistics LLC • National Lease
National Organization on Disability • National Retail Systems • Nature’s Path Foods • Neopost USA • Net Departo AB • New Belgium Brewing Company, Inc. • Nexus
NFI Industries • nGroup • NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences • Nivel Parts & Manufacturing • Nordson Asymtek • Norsk Hydro ASA • Northeastern University
Northstar Aerospace • NutriSystem, Inc. • Ohio University • Onest Mexico SA de CV • OnTrac • OOCL Logistics • Optricity Corporation • Oracle • Orion Advisors
Overstock.com • Pacifica • Panama Canal Authority • Panther Premium Logistics • Paper Transport, Inc. • Pattillo Industrial Real Estate • Peerless Media
Penguin Random House LLC • Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board • Penske Logistics • PepsiCo • Performance Team Freight Systems • Pharmavite LLC • Phase V Fulfillment
Pinnacle Foods • Plantgistix • PLS Logistics Services • Pobana • Porteo Group • Premier Pallets, Inc. • Prime Focus, LLC • Procter & Gamble • ProLogistix • ProTrans
Purdue University, Krannert School of Management • Purolator International • PwC • Quintiq • QVC, Inc. • R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. • R+L Global Logistics
Railinc Corporation • RAND Corporation • RateLinx • Real Time Freight • Red Wing Shoe Company • Remco Group • REO Logistics • Revenova, LLC • Rexnord Industries, LLC
RGP • Rising Sun Systems • Riskpulse • RoadRunner Auto Transport • Robert Bosch LLC • Rockefeller Group Development Corporation • Rockwell Automation
Roland DG Corporation • Ruan Transportation • Ryder System, Inc. • Saddle Creek Logistics Services • San Jacinto College • Sanderson Farms • SAP • Savannah Food Company
Save-A-Lot Food Stores • SC Johnson • Scan Global Logistics A/S • ScottMadden • Sedlak Management Consultants, Inc. • Setlog Corp. • Shamrock Foods Company
Shipware, LLC • ShipXpress Inc. • Shoe Carnival DC • Siegwerk USA Co. • Siemens Healthcare • Sikich LLP • Sikorsky • SMA America, LLC • SMC3 • SnapAV
Sojitz Corporation of America • Source One Management • Southco, Inc. • Spend Management Experts • SphereWMS • St George Logistics • Star Distribution Systems, Inc.
Stego Industries, LLC • Sterling Simulation • Stockmann plc • Stone Management/Stone Transportation • Storage Solutions • Summit Realty Group • Sun-Maid Growers of California
Supply Chain Collaborators, LLC • Supply Chain Optimizers • SupplyChainBrain Magazine • Syngenta • SYNTEL • Synthes USA • Tabreed National Cooling Company PJSC
Target • Tauber Institute for Global Operations • TBM Consulting Group • Tech Data Corporation • Ten-World • Texas Christian University • Texas Instruments
The Boeing Company • The Boston Consulting Group • The Dannon Company • The Grimes Companies • The J.M. Smucker Company • The MITRE Corporation
The Ohio State University • The Raymond Corporation • Thirdware Solutions • Tippmann Group • TJX Canada • Toll Global Forwarding • Toray Plastics • Total Military Management
TOTALogistix, Inc. • TRAC Intermodal • Translogistics, Inc. • Transport Corporation of India Ltd • Transport Solutions LLC • Transportation and Logistics Advisors, LLC
Transportation Intermediaries Association • Transportation Warehouse Optimization LLC • TranzAct Technologies, Inc. • Truckstop.com • Try Hours Inc. Expedited Services
TSquared Logistics LLC • TU Darmstadt • Tucker Company Worldwide, Inc. • Tuskegee University • U.S. Bank • U.S. Federal Government • U.S. Xpress, Inc. • Uline, Inc.
ULTA • Unified Grocers, Inc. • UniGroup Worldwide Logistics, LLC • United Facilities, Inc. • United Parcel Service, Inc. • United Stationers • United Warehouse Company
University of Arkansas • University of Greenwich • University of Houston • University of Iowa • University of Kansas • University of Michigan • University of Missouri—St. Louis
University of North Florida • University of San Diego • University of South Florida • University of Tennessee • Unyson Logistics • UPS • UTi Worldwide
Valley Distributing & Storage • van Bodegraven Associates • Veraction • Verst Group Logistics • ViaSat • Videojet Technologies • Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Economic Development • Visagio Consultoria • Wagner Logistics • Waller & Associates • Walmart Washington University in St. Louis • We Pack Logistics
WebConnect • Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar • Westernacher • Weyerhaeuser • Whirlpool • Williams & Associates, Inc.
WITRON Integrated Logistics • World’s Finest Chocolate • XPO Logistics • YRC Worldwide • Yusen Logistics
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...AND MORE!
GAYLORD PALMS RESORT & CONVENTION CENTER
Experience all the wonder and enchantment of the Sunshine State at the luxury Gaylord
Palms Resort & Convention Center. This hotel’s extraordinary service and superior amenities are conveniently located in the greater Orlando area - less than ten minutes from the
main gates of Disney®. This majestic resort spans over 63 acres and celebrates Florida’s
history, culture, and natural beauty in both architectural style and landscape design. Its
extravagant South Beach pool, Cypress Springs Family Fun Water Park, luxury spa, and
state-of-the-art fitness center allows you to attend the annual conference and accomplish
all your getaway desires without having to leave the resort.
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HOTEL
CAPTAIN SCOTT KELLY
SETH BODNAR
MARK SCHULMAN
History-Making U.S.
Astronaut and Retired
U.S. Navy Captain
Chief Digital Officer,
GE Transportation
Renowned Drummer
and Motivational
Speaker
RESERVE YOUR ROOM TODAY!
Book now through CSCMP’s official housing agency, onPeak, to ensure you pay the lowest price and get the best customer service with reservation
protection, flexibility, and assistance—before, during, and after your stay. There are no fees to book, change, or cancel. Rooms at the group rate are
limited and available on a first come, first-served basis. Book early for best selection and price.
Please note: Discounted rates can only be obtained by reserving through onPeak. Do not contact hotels directly. When you book in our room block,
you are supporting CSCMP and enabling us to continue to secure low rates and the many additional benefits you’re used to at future events.
SUPPLY CHAIN’S
PREMIER
EVENT
SAVE
$200
ON REGISTRATION
RATES
ENTER COUPON CODE
16AC-FINAL
UPON CHECKOUT.
Offer expires September 29, 2016.
LEARN FROM INDUSTRY EXPERTS
RECEPTIONS
HEAR DYNAMIC SPEAKERS
NETWORKING EVENTS
NETWORK WITH INFLUENTIAL
SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERS
EXHIBITION
All attendees should beware of any individual who calls and claims to be a representative of our association or the conference. We
do not solicit exhibitors or attendees directly by telephone for hotel bookings or special discounts. You must register for CSCMP’s
2016 Annual Conference before booking a hotel room.
Questions? CSCMP’s housing agency’s customer service is ready to assist and may be reached through e-mail at [email protected]
HURRY!
THE WRONG PART CHANGES EVERYTHING.
Penske’s industry-leading technology connects the people who run your supply chain with the
HOTEL
CSCMP
SPECIAL RATE*
SPECIAL CSCMP
RATE DEADLINE
HOTEL DESCRIPTION
information they need. This allows them to make real-time routing adjustments to ensure
the right part gets to the right place. So you can keep your business moving forward.
DEE BIGGS
CONFERENCES
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“I come to learn, listen and connect with
new and old friends. I’ve picked up great
ideas at the conference that were a benefit
to my company’s bottom line.”
Visit gopenske.com or call 844-868-0818 to learn more.
GAYLORD PALMS RESORT &
CONVENTION CENTER
cscmpconference.org
August 22, 2016
September 5, 2016
From 18 holes of golf and 10 restaurants and lounges to the
full-service spa, state-of-the-art fitness center and modern
guest rooms, this resort allows travelers to retreat to an ideal
destination for unwinding and being productive. Experience
the resort’s Falls Pool Oasis, featuring two 200-foot winding
waterslides, a 90-foot speed slide, kid’s splash park, multiple
pools, and nightly poolside laser light show.
6000 West Osceola Parkway
PENSKE IS A PROUD GLOBAL SPONSOR OF THE 2016 CSCMP ANNUAL CONFERENCE.
ORLANDO MARRIOTT WORLD
CENTER HOTEL**
REGISTER AT
$234.00
Your guest room is merely steps away from CSCMP’s 2016
Annual Conference meeting space and a variety of restaurants—all enclosed under a glass-paned domed roof and
an atrium of cobblestones, lush green plants, and cascading
waterfalls.
8701 World Center Drive
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Offer excludes Student, Young Professional, Educator, Corporate,
and Supply Chain Exchange registration types. Offer limited to
one per customer and account. May not be combined with other
offers. Offer is nontransferable and may not be resold.
$229.00
*Single/double occupancy. Tax not included. **Complimentary shuttle service will be provided to/from the convention center.
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Lombard, Illinois 60148-5617 USA
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ON YOUR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION*
CSCMP’S 2016 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
USE COUPON CODE
REGISTRATION PROPOSAL
16AC-FINAL
DETAILS INSIDE
To:
From:
30+ HOURS
EDUCATIONAL CONTENT
25+ HOURS
DEDICATED NETWORKING
3000+ SCM PROFESSIONALS
UNDER ONE ROOF
I’m writing to ask for approval to attend CSCMP’s 2016 Annual Conference, September 25-28 in Orlando, Florida.
It is the only event that represents the entire supply chain from end-to-end. I am confident that the people I need to
meet to generate new business and the knowledge I need to enhance our organizational development will be found
at this event.
Over the course of 31/2 days, the Annual Conference will provide:
• 16 tracks and 90+ sessions, totaling 30+ hours of educational content
• 25+ hours of dedicated networking to meet with key customers, prospects, and industry thought leaders
• Education on the latest supply chain technology trends, data analytics, and economic analysis to enhance my
knowledge base
THANK YOU
ANNUAL C0NFERENCE SPONSORS
Limited sponsorship opportunities available! Contact Chuck M.
Martinez at [email protected] or +1 305.661.2896.
I’ve reviewed the educational tracks and sessions, and have included a list of sessions I’d like to attend below. I
strongly feel that these sessions are directly relevant to my role and responsibilities at this organization.
Session #1:
Session #2:
GLOBAL
PREMIER
END-TO-END SUPPLY
CHAIN SOLUTIONS
• Real-world strategies for process improvement, profit maximization, budget oversight, and talent development
and retention
Session #3:
Session #4:
Here’s an approximate breakdown of conference costs. The full conference price is $1,895 for CSCMP members,
but if I register now, I will receive $200 off the full conference price, using coupon code 16AC-FINAL.
SIGNATURE
MAJOR
I’ve included a summary of estimated expenses:
PREFERRED
Conference Registration (with discount – $1,695 member; $2,290 nonmember; $2,020 new member*): $
The Marketplace for Warehouse Space
Airfare:
$
Transportation (roundtrip - taxi: $120; shuttle $37):
$
Hotel (3 nights - Gaylord Palms: $702; Orlando Marriott: $687)**:
$
Meals and Other Expenses***
$
Projected Total Cost:
$
I’d like to register before hotel and registration discounts expire. I’ll be sure to submit a post-conference report that
will include an executive summary, major takeaways, tips, and a set of recommendations to maximize our current
supply chain processes.
®
Executive
Programs
*As a nonmember, if I join CSCMP for $325, I will save an additional $200 off the nonmember pricing.
**Rates available only if I reserve my room through CSCMP’s housing partner, onPeak, by the specified reservation deadlines.
***Breakfast, lunch, and appetizers at the evening receptions are included in the conference rate so I will only have to pay for dinner.

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