Tackling the challenges of wind turbine supply chain management

Wind turbine supply chain management conference from 29 - 31 August in Berlin

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For wind turbine manufacturers, supply chain issues dictate delivery capabilities, product strategies and pricing. Global expansion and new international competitors in the market are pushing manufacturers to optimise their supply chain, align their logistics and strengthen their supplier communication. At IQPC’s conference Wind Turbine Supply Chain Management from 29 - 31 August, 2011, in Berlin, Germany, professionals in the field will come together to discuss supply chain optimisation, global operation strategies and future growth centres.

Conference day one on 29 August will focus on the areas of market analysis, new markets and supplier procurement and sourcing of components and raw materials. The following day, delegates will have the chance to discuss with experts strategies to an optimised supply chain, logistics challenges from wind turbine components.

In addition to the main two conference days, delegates can expand their knowledge in interactive workshops on the following topics:

• Intercultural communication with suppliers and customers
• Developing a sound supply chain risk management strategy
• Developing most efficient logistics solutions for wind turbines
• Building up a local supply chain in new markets


Further information, including the full conference program, articles and interviews, are available on www.wind-supplychain.com/PR
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