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Shanghai, China, 2007/06/12 - Gathering more than 60 speakers and 300 delegates, the CHaINA Summit 2007 is back again on Nov. 7-8 in Shanghai and well positioned to become China’s most established and largest supply chain show.
The Global Supply Chain Council, Asia’s leading supply chain professional organization, announced today the official launch of the CHaINA Summit ‘07, China’s largest supply chain, manufacturing and logistics event, to be held on November 7-8, in Shanghai, China.
Combining conferences, trainings/workshops, mini-exhibition and an awards gala dinner, the CHaINA Summit has attracted for the past 2 years more than 500 delegates and 50-60 speakers and trainers from both China and overseas are again expected to take part in this event.
CHaINA Summit ‘07 will explore again the opportunities, applications, execution and successful deployment of supply chain management (SCM) with or within China. Each year, the summit program and exhibits provide a blueprint for attendees to follow to fully understand the needs and challenges of current and emerging market and make the right decisions to integrate supply chain management into their China’s operations.
An exhibition will feature product demonstrations from a number of solutions and service providers from around 20-30 leading vendors. Delegates will make new contacts, pick up advice from peers, and gain insight into how industry leaders run their supply chains.
This highly anticipated annual congress is expected again to be the largest annual gathering of supply chain practitioners in China this year:
- Up to 300 retail and supply chain professionals from 20 countries are expected to attend the event.
- 50-60 qualified experienced practitioners and industry experts will speak;
- 16 keynote & conference sessions in a 5-stars ballroom setting;
- 30 workshops organized in 10 different half-day streams or tracks;
- 20 exhibitions spots and booth locations for interested vendors;
- CHaINA Awards, China’s Supply Chain Awards, will take place on Nov. 8;
- 2-days format in a Shanghai downtown location.
“Over the past few years, China has seen more and more initiatives and innovations in supply chain management. The time is now right for supply chain professionals to fully embrace the concept of synchronizing chains across organizational boundaries and to make the leap to global thinking” said Max Henry, founder and executive director of the Global Supply Chain Council, who runs China, India and soon-to-launched Vietnam operations.
“As the largest community of supply chain professionals in Asia, the Global Supply Chain Council is confident to grow even bigger this show and CHaINA is already a must-attend event to a lots of international executives visiting China.” added Max Henry.
CHaINA ‘07 has received a record number of conferences and trainings submissions from companies and individuals interested in sharing their experience in supply chain management in China. These are currently being assessed and we expect to start confirming speakers shortly, with the full program being announced in August.
Credentialed members of the press are welcome to attend.