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Integrated Inventory & Warehouse Management Training at ShanghaiMarch 10, 2014 to March 11, 2014Marcus Evans Integrated Warehouse & Inventory Management training course will provide you great insights into warehouse and inventory management. It is packed with useful methods and case studies on warehouse and inventory planning; health and safety of stocks, material handling, supply chain automation; and collaboration using shared data. By attending this training, you will develop smooth warehouse operations, achieves a lean warehousing system, meet the ISO standards, thus minimising operational cost and maximising customer satisfaction.Key TopicsMagnifying business performance by reducing inventory storageMinimising risks by monitoring warehouse health, safety and security in operationsBenchmarking warehouse and inventory activities by meeting ISO standardsEmpowering Value Stream Mapping (VSM) as a key element for warehouse management improvementEnhancing collaboration by sharing data, information and facilitiesRequest a brochure from us to find our more about the event. Contact SharonC@marcusevanskl.com. Find out more: http://www.marcusevans-conferences-chinese.com/20815gsccelSee More
Suning Building New Electronics Logistics Base In Shanghai
Sphinn Suning Commerce Group will build a new logistics base in Fengxian, Shanghai, to support its growth in eastern China.
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6 Tipping Points for Successful Intrapreneurship at ShanghaiJanuary 9, 2014 from 12:30pm to 2:30pmSupply chain management is stepping up to drive innovation and growth. Are you up for the challenge? Are you looking for the skills, the tools and the mindset to create disruptive solutions to some of your businesses toughest challenges, such as increasing distribution complexity, globalization, concerns over SER (Social and Environmental Responsibility) and attracting and keeping the best talent? From Silicon Valley to Shanghai, startups are applying new strategies like Agile, Lean Startup and Design Thinking to create dramatic growth and attracting some of today's top talent. Imagine if you were to apply the same strategies. Imagine the possibilities of creating businesses within businesses! On Jan 9th, the Council is delighted to invite Brian Tam and Hannes Helander from Let’s Make Great to hold a workshop to show how you can apply startup strategies to create breakthrough growth for your business.Brian Tam, Creativity Catalyst and Founder, Let's Make Great Originally from New York, Brian moved to Shanghai in 2007 to drive the change that is happening in China & the world. Brian loves innovation and entrepreneurship and supports individuals and organizations in converting creative ideas into action. His specializes in supporting organizations become more creative and innovative through coaching, consulting and as meeting facilitator.Hannes Helander, Lean & Agile Trainer & Coach, Let's Make Great Hannes' broad experience in Agile and Lean Startup methodologies gives him the skills to work closely with teams and organizations to improve processes and maximize the returns of Agile. He specializes in supporting product and innovation teams focusing on value to the business and strategic alignment. Hannes has worked for 20 years for large organizations as well as small startups in China and Europe.Non-Council / Chain.NET Member > RSVP online with advance payment, RMB 260 (US$ 40) click here to pay > Walk-in, pay at the door, RMB 300 (US$50) Council / Chain.NET Premium Member (check your profile photo) > RSVP online with advance payment, RMB 150 (US$ 25) click here to pay > Walk-in, pay at the door, RMB 200 (US$32) Executive lunch is included in the price. If you have any issue, please contact Chuck at firstname.lastname@example.orgSee More