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EDUCATION: Trends revolutionizing the supply chain

TORONTO, Ont. -- On September 29th, the MIT/Schulich Enterprise Forum is presenting "Where There's Smoke...": Case

TORONTO, Ont. — On September 29th, the MIT/Schulich Enterprise Forum is presenting “Where There’s Smoke…”: Case Studies In Trends that are Revolutionizing the Supply Chain

“The supply chain is undergoing fundamental transformation. Never has it been more important. Never has it been changing more quickly. And never has so much investment been targeted at it. Technological improvements, outsourcing, real time visibility: all key trends that are driving increased service and productivity. Those players in logistics that are capitalizing on these trends are winning,” notes the MIT/Schulich Enterprise Forum.

The event includes a case study of Cube Route, a company that is in “the eye of the storm.” Headline speaker Claude Germain, CEO and Co-Founder, Cube Route Inc., will outline how Cube Route’s service manages all information related to the delivery process, from the time the order is placed to the time it is delivered, for companies operating private, dedicated or commercial truck fleets.

The event will be moderated by Motortruck and columnist Mark Borkowski, president of Mercantile Mergers & Acquisitions Corp. :

Panelists include Kurt Ritcey, Head of Supply Chain Consulting for Deloitte & Touche; Stuart Lombard, Partner, JL Albright Venture Capital; Mike Sprague, past-CEO of Tibbett and Britten Group Americas

The event starts at 5:30 at The Ontario Club, 30 Wellington Street West (N.E. Corner of Bay & Wellington), 5th Floor, downtown Toronto.

Click on the link to register on-line link:

Questions? Call Susan at 416-736-2100 ext. 33574

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