eft by Reuters Events today announce the global brands that will share their supply chain and logistics strategies at this year’s Supply Chain USA summit in Chicago. The summit brings together 1000 senior executives from recognized brands at the forefront of supply chain on June 16-18.
Those taking to the stage to share their supply chain insights include:
- Sandra MacQuillan, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Mondelez
- Sammi Naffakh, Chief Operations Officer, Arla Foods
- Sarah Clark, EVP, Supply Chain and Operations, Calvin Klein
- Joe Beacom, Chief Safety and Operations Officer, Landstar
- Tim Danks, VP Risk Management and Partner Relations, Huawei
- Laura Nador, President, CHEP
- Trip Wood, SVP, Operations, FabFitFun
- Bran Hancock, EVP, Chief Innovation Officer, Kansas City Southern Railway
- Colin Chummers, VP, Operations, Cisco
- Kalyan Sakthivelayutham, VP, I.T., DHL
- Brant Matthews, VP Global Strategic Procurement, McCormick and Company
- Troy Hicks, SVP Global Supply Chain, Herbalife
- Renee Krug, Chief Executive Officer, GlobalTranz
- Praveen Moturu, VP, Chief Enterprise Architect, Mars
Over three days, supply chain and logistics leaders will come together to transform supply chain through collaboration, digital insights and cultural change.
“We are thrilled to unveil the unmissable line-up at the world’s premier supply chain and logistics event, bringing together the world’s biggest brands including DHL, Google, Walmart, Diageo and P&G. This is a truly eclectic gathering with the whole ecosystem coming together exemplified by the likes of Landstar, DHL, Kansas City Southern Railway as well as Mars, Calvin Klein, Cisco & Google. This conference is a unique opportunity for supply chain, logistics and technology leaders to learn, share and network, and we’re excited to bring this critical discussion to Chicago,“ says Jamie Harding, Global Head of Research, eft by Reuters Events.
eft is now part of Reuters Events, after its parent company FC Business Events was acquired as part of the Reuters news and media division of Thomson Reuters earlier this month.