March 20-23, 2023 | USA
With over 900 of the world’s leading manufacturing and supply chain solution providers under one roof, you can see firsthand what the future holds – and find the tools you need to shockproof your operations and move your business forward.
From hands-on demonstrations to 150 educational seminars and four exciting keynote speeches, attending ProMat is your unrivaled opportunity in 2023 to find solutions, connect with your peers and leading solution-providers and learn the latest trends and technologies that can help you touch the future of supply chain success.
February 19-22, 2023 | USA
Retailers are tackling epic economic and logistical headwinds, and are being challenged every day to make supply chains Smarter, Stronger and Sustainable,
A lot is riding on your shoulders, but you are not alone. We’re in this together.LINK2023: The Retail Supply Chain Conference is where the entire retail ecosystem comes together to tackle the industry’s biggest challenges.
June 13-14, 2023 | USA
Accurate demand planning, forecasting and inventory planning operations are crucial to the success of your business. Failure to provide this will result in inefficient and costly operations throughout your supply chain.
Under immense industry pressure, supply chain planners are being forced to evolve drastically. It is clear that future success for supply chain planning lies in designing a data-centric strategy, integrating S&OP, and enhancing your supplier network.
June 20-22, 2023 | Netherlands
The exhibition, to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 20, 21, 22, 2023, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine charging and propulsion technologies, components and solutions.
A truly global event with exhibitors and visitors from all over the world, Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe is the only exhibition and conference that will showcase these emerging efficient technologies and components to an audience of shipowners and operators, boat builders, propulsion system designers and manufacturers, naval architects, military fleet operators/chiefs, and of course port operators.