Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum – Europe

16-18 October, 2017 | De Maaspoort | Venlo, The Nederlands

Meet us at Europe’s annual meeting of the leading C-Level 3PL executives and their CSCO supply chain counterparts and find out how your supply chain can benefit from supply chain visibility solutions. Over 400 senior supply chain and logistics executives attend the event year on year, making the CSCO Forum the one event that you cannot afford to miss in 2017.

Book a meeting with us and secure your free 3 Day ‘Supply Chain Executive Pass’ before 21st of August, 2017

Are you looking at applying new technology to your organization? Or focusing on making your business more customer-centric? The Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum will show you how to achieve both of those things, with case studies and insight direct from shippers – Coty, ABB, PepsiCo and GSK included. The show is fast approaching and space is filling up very quickly so do not hesitate to register before the 21st of August deadline to receive your free ticket.

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*Please note that the above passes are strictly only available to senior supply chain or logistics executives working at a retailer or a manufacturer.
Please also note that by selecting the 3 Day Supply Chain Executive Pass, you agree to participate in up to 5 one2one 15 minute meetings with the event sponsors.

We make supply chains visible with real-time container tracking and monitoring

ARVIEM

Arviem solves the challenges of obtaining visible and intelligent trade by offering real-time end-to-end cargo monitoring services. As the only full-service provider for real-time cargo monitoring on the market, Arviem provides exceptionally accurate location and quality condition monitoring of cargo throughout the global supply chain. Our leading-edge solution will provide global supply chain stakeholders with on-demand access to real-time, transport-related data.

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