Free Webinar: How To Support Your Supply Chain Operations with Lean Inbound Logistics
Offered by the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (GTSCL) and LeanCor Supply Chain Group.
This free 1-hour webinar will focus on the why and how to implement milk run strategies to support the lean supply chain operations - both in manufacturing and distribution, and how the efficient flow of inbound materials through your supply chain can have a significantly positive impact on cost, quality, service, and delivery to your customer. With continued pressures to reduce inventory carrying costs, companies are extending their reliance on lean principles to support end-to-end material flow strategies. Lean inbound logistics requires strategic coordination to synchronize suppliers, transportation providers and multiple supply chain partners. And like all complex multi-party operations, the road to improvement will have its challenges. Such hurdles could include minimizing total logistics costs, identifying the prioritized roadmap and playbook for milk run development and execution, and supplier engagement best practices. The webinar will also provide an overview of topics covered at part of the LIVE course hosted by the Supply Chain and Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech.
Brad Bossence, instructor for the GTSCL Lean Inbound Logistics course and Vice President at LeanCor Supply Chain Group will host the session. He will be joined by Reemer Youmans, Director of Distribution Center Operations & Supply Chain at HUGO BOSS Fashions, Inc. Reemer is a graduate of the Lean Supply Chain Professional Certificate series and will discuss his experience with professional education in lean supply chain.
After attending this webinar, attendees will receive a promo code for a discount towards the "Lean Inbound Logistics" course being taught in Savannah, GA February 17-18, 2016!
Learn more about the GTSCL Certificate Series at http://www.scl.gatech.edu/certificates.
- Workflow Status: Published
- Created By: Andy Haleblian
- Created: 12/04/2015
- Modified By: Fletcher Moore
- Modified: 04/13/2017