Ryder to Sponsor MAPI Executive Summit
Darcee Scavone, VP & GM of Automotive, Aerospace & Industrial Supply Chain Operations for Ryder, and Ryder customer
Naatz, SVP Operations Support and CIO of
The workshop, which will be moderated by
Natalie Putnam, Ryder Vice
President of Marketing, will be held on
The MAPI Executive Summit is a best practice sharing event for CEOs and senior executives and has a proven track record of providing attendees with relevant content, exceptional speakers and in-depth presentations. The 2016 Summit will feature a unique concept for this event: major themes will be presented in a modular format to include a broad view via keynote presentations, a more focused view via panel discussions, then more a more granular approach through small group workshops in areas such as financial/legal, ethics and risk; technology and operations; and leadership and growth. In addition to being of significant value to individuals, the 2016 Summit is an ideal professional development outlet for executive teams.
Ryder’s consulting capabilities enable businesses to achieve process improvement, free up working capital, and improve uptime. To learn more about Ryder’s role as an agnostic consultant, visit http://ryder.com/supply-chain/solutions-by-capability/integrated-logistics/network-design.aspx.
Ryder is a FORTUNE 500® commercial fleet management, dedicated
transportation, and supply chain solutions company.
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