Tech Supply Chain Summit Set for Oct. 22-23 in Bay Area PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chelsey Drysdale   
Thursday, 04 October 2012 17:18

SAN FRANCISCO – Supply chain executives from companies such as Avnet, LSI, Sony, Adobe and HP will meet here Oct. 22-23 to discuss risk and resilience in the electronics supply chain.

Key issues to be discussed at the 6th Annual Hi-Tech & Electronics Supply Chain Summit include risk mitigation; integrated business planning; reverse logistics; and metrics for expanding into Brazil.

This year includes a sales and operating planning workshop by Douglas Kent, president, Supply Chain Council. The workshop will provide step-by-step processes to implement integrated business planning.

Complimentary VIP passes are available for senior supply chain executives from tech and electronics companies. Visit

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