The burgeoning logistics sector in Japan is being driven by fundamental changes to retail patterns, as is happening elsewhere in the world. Japan currently lags behind in the development of e-commerce and third party logistics but is catching up rapidly. While international players have been first-movers in the development of modern logistics facilities, logistics is now emerging as an established asset class within Japan, and is increasingly attracting the interest of J-REITs and insurers.
On February 9, the Japan Supply Chain Summit is a first international summit at which English-speaking supply chain and logistics executives from the leading manufacturers, retailers and brand owners in Japan gather under one roof. By exploring and sharing practical experiences, this one-day conference will help you to acquire the latest knowledge and the most effective techniques to grow your supply chain capabilities in Japan.
Topics to be covered include:
– Supply chain & Logistics from the overseas. The real place. NEW!
– Risk in Supply Chain and Toughening Model of Supply Chain Logistics NEW!
– Just in Time: How Some Current Technology can Accelerate Logistics
– Management of Supply Chain: Considerations and Practices of International Regulations and CSR Standards for Multinational Corporations in Japan
– The Japanese Logistics Real Estate Market
– Case studies of supply chain and logistics operations in Japan
– Towards Real Strategic Behaviors
You will also meet the senior executives from Amway, ChangeIS, Crocs, en world Japan, Fast Retailing, Gakushuin University, JLL, Julian Woodbell, Moog, Nakamura Logistics, Neovia, Newell Brands, Oracle, Orrick, Schick, Triumph, Vitra and more…
For more details on the event, visit www.supplychains.jp
To register, click on www.supplychains.jp – Team Combo Package "Buy 3 Get 1 Extra Free" program is still available!
Participation fee starts at US$ 290 per person includes lunch, tea/coffee break and refreshments in the center of Tokyo.
Join the First Supply Chain Community in Japan
Learn more about the presenting companies, the speakers and find out who’s attending and pinpoint potential connections before the event. To join, sign-up using Linkedin on www.supplychains.jp/community.
Hope to see you on February 9 in Tokyo.