• 1st CSCMP Roundtable Switzerland Networking Event

  • 1st CSCMP Roundtable Switzerland Networking Event

    Companies worldwide are growing increasingly concerned about the impact Donald Trump’s “buy American” policies could have on their businesses. His proposals have already rattled supply chain partners, initiated cost cutting measures, and stopped investment projects.

    Meet and connect with us and other supply chain professionals with global interests at the 1st CSCMP Roundtable Switzerland Networking Event in Horgen on 5 April 2017. Find out how to future and compliance proof your supply chains.

    This after-work get-together offers hot topics, interesting analyses from industry experts, Q&A, and an opportunity to meet and connect with the international supply chain community in Switzerland.

    Our topics are the following:

  • Terror, Trump, Brexit – Meeting New Challenges in Supply Chain Management

    Key note speakers:  

    • James Amoah, President, CSCMP Roundtable Switzerland 
      Hoover, Trump, May, Xi Jingping – Threats to the supply chain
    • Kerstin Hamel, Logistics Solutions Leader, EMEA at Dow Chemical 
      Compliance – Drive value and stay out of jail
    • Nick Boland, Director of Solutions Consulting, EMEA at Amber Road 
      Anti-globalisation, new tariff barriers - total landed costs calculations, an essential for global supply chain decisions
  • Venue: Cafeteria@Dow Chemical Europe SA, Bachtobelstrasse 3, 8810 Horgen
    Date: Wednesday, 5 April, 2017
    Time: 17:00 to 20:00 h
    Cost (including drinks): members 65 CHF, non-members 90 CHF, students (with ID)/Registered Young Professionals 30 CHF
    To be paid in cash at the event.

    Register now for participation here!

  • We look forward to meeting you in Horgen. The CSCMP Roundtable Switzerland is a forum to connect with like-minded professionals in logistics and supply chain in Switzerland, discuss current challenges, and develop know-how, leadership and management skills to make professionals more successful.

    Yours sincerely,

    James Amoah
    President
    CSCMP Roundtable Switzerland