Leading Supply Chain Strategies -- From Cost Centre to Competitive Advantage

| February 8, 2017

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This presentation will demonstrate how leading supply chains can deliver a sustainable competitive advantage, with a focus on creating free cash flow, reducing operating costs and delivering market leading service levels. Practical examples of what leading international and local companies are doing to survive and thrive in these turbulent times will be provided. Emerging supply chain challenges and trends will be discussed, and Australian supply chain benchmarking data will also be presented:

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Founded in 1978, Storage Solutions has become the nation's leading provider of industrial storage and material handling equipment. Our company provides customers with turn-key solutions to material handling needs. Specializing in buying and selling new and used equipment, our experienced sales representatives are constantly working to find the solutions to best fit our customers individual needs. With a 330,000 sq. ft. warehouse, all new and used materials are stored inside and away from the elements, insuring that the integrity of our products is maintained.

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