Meetings

Meetings and Events

PDM's (Professional Development Meetings) are usually held the 3rd Tuesday of each month. These meetings provide an opportunity for attendees to participate in informational presentations, network with industry experts, exchange ideas and get caught up on the latest happenings within the industry. We also conduct seminars and local plant tours. All of these meetings are aimed to promote the educational and professional development of our members. These meetings are open to both members and non-members. Come join us!

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To make reservations, you can pre-pay using our paypal registration form or reserve using our Online Registration Form. Please sign-up for these events 3-business days prior to the event date. Most of our events meet the 3rd Tuesday of every month, so please make your reservation accordingly. No-shows will be charged. To cancel your reservation without incurring any fees, please send an email to reservations 3 days prior to the event. Walk-ins will be accepted to our meetings; however, the menu may differ. Cost of Plant Tours & PDM Meetings is $25.00 Time of Plant Tours and PDM Meetings begin at 6:00 or 6:30 pm (unless otherwise noted). Dinner is normally served between 6:30-7:15 pm (unless otherwise noted). 

Sept 2020 PDM

September 15, 2020
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
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Supply chains are more important than ever. Today’s organizations depend on reliable and fast delivery of goods and services to meet customer requirements. Disruptions in the supply chain must be attended to quickly and aggressively. Time is of the essence.

The challenge the nature and type of disruption are ever changing and unknown. Supply chain executives must be able to react to disruptions caused by a wide variety of factors anywhere in the globe at any time. Whether the disruption is from a strike in a port, rail lines stopped by protests, natural disasters, or global pandemics, the supply chain team must respond.

With low inventory levels, and this fast-paced and globally connected environment, supply chain executives need the tools to make a difference quickly. They need to be able to quickly analyze the extent of the challenge, determine the products and locations affected globally, be able to quickly and seamlessly communicate to a global supply base, determine alternate suppliers, and adjust quickly to ever changing requirements.  That's why we call agility. 


Lean supply concepts enabled by supplier portal technology, provide companies with the capability that is need to respond quickly to global crises and supply disruptions.  In times of crisis, they provide a competitive advantage that is essential for supply chain agility and effective responses to supply chain disruptions.

 

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