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Supply Chain Visibility Among Major Themes at 2017 TPA Supply Chain Conference

IPC/SUBWAY® to speak on supply chain visibility in panel discussion

FoodLogiQ will be among over 500 retailers, manufacturers, and technology solution providers convening in San Diego next week for the 2017 TPA Supply Chain Conference. Contributing to the industry-driven sessions, FoodLogiQ customer IPC/SUBWAY® will speak on the importance of supply chain traceability on May 2, 2017. The 7 Habits of the Highly Transparent Supply Chain session will explore how to ensure both quality and transparency while maintaining operational efficiencies within the food supply chain. Attendees will learn how to align corporate vision and leadership with process improvement and the enabling technologies. 

Featured speakers for The 7 Habits of the Highly Transparent Supply Chain include Lucelena Angarita, Quality/GS1 Program Manager, IPC/SUBWAY® and Ron Trauthwein, Group Director of Customer Solutions, The Coca-Cola Company.

Though whole chain traceability may seem daunting, IPC/SUBWAY will share and help others navigate how to succeed in the balancing act of continuous improvement amidst a changing industry. The session will be moderated by FoodLogiQ’s parent company Clarkston Consulting.

The TPA Supply Chain Conference is presented by Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) who have joined together as the Trading Partner Alliance (TPA). The annual conference will take place in San Diego, CA on April 30 - May 2, 2017 at the Paradise Point Hotel and Spa.

Please stop by Booth #44 to learn more about FoodLogiQ and how its cloud-based solutions help customers with traceability, food safety and supply chain transparency.

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Posted by Katy Jones on Apr 27, 2017 9:50:19 AM

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