3PL Summit & CSCO Forum Launches in Latin America

eft are excited to announce the launch of their 3PL Summit & Chief Supply Chain in a brand new geography, with the inaugural event taking place in São Paulo, Brazil on August 11-12th. The event will feature the brightest minds and biggest players in...


Industry Elite Sharing their Insight

This first time event in Brazil, based on eft’s well-established European and US business models, brings together C-level executives from transport and logistics companies and their senior supply chain customers at key retailers and manufacturers.

Top level speakers will include Fred Roldan, Supply Chain and Logistics Director at General Motors, Jeferson Fernandes, VP Supply Chain at Coty, Fabiano Fração, Director of Operations at TNT Brasil and Martin Garcia-Brosa, Director Latin America at Ingram Micro Supply Chain.


Key Topics to be Discussed in 2015

Attendees will get the latest industry intelligence on overcoming challenges related to infrastructure, risk management and e-commerce. There will also be crucial insight into talent retention and building mutually beneficial 3PL-customer relationships.

“Despite the slowing growth in Latin America, genuine investment opportunities still remain.  There are a lot of exciting changes in store for the logistics and supply chain industry.  The 3PL Summit & CSCO Forum is the ideal platform to discuss innovative strategies to drive your business forward and overcome critical challenges in this largely untapped region.” commented Sophie Farrow, Event Director.

To download your exclusive 3PL Summit & CSCO Forum brochure with complete agenda and speaker line-up click here.  

To enjoy a US$500 saving on standard pass prices, interested parties are advised to register before June 8th.  See here for more details

For further information please contact the event director, Sophie Farrow, at sfarrow@eft.com or +44207 375 7587.


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