Key retailers to share supply chain insights at Furniture/Today event
Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, March 27, 2012
HIGH POINT — Attendees at Furniture/Today's upcoming Second Annual Logistics Conference will hear leading retailers discuss the impact of critical supply chain issues on their businesses.
The event, themed Logistics 2.0 - Solving the Supply Chain Puzzle, is set for May 9-10 at AmericasMart in Atlanta.
"We are fortunate this year to have powerhouse retailers including Steve Anderson of Williams-Sonoma, Bryan Beam of American Signature Furniture, Scott Miles of Havertys, Eric Adelstein of Bob's Discount Furniture, Greg Brinkman of Badcock Home Furniture & more, Charlie Malouf and Chris Dulski of Broad River Furniture, Howard Fineman of Ashley Furniture HomeStores, Len Melly of Freedom Furniture and Electronics, Jim Waters of Home Depot, Naveen Pinglay of Haynes Furniture and Mike Doyle of Wayfair on board as presenters," said Ray Allegrezza, editor of Furniture/Today.
The retailers will weigh in on a variety of important supply chain issues that will include ocean freight, trucking, home delivery, e-commerce and more.
The retailers will be joined logistics experts from American Global Logistics, A.R.T. Furniture, Descartes, Hooker Furniture, Home Meridian International, Stanley Furniture, Zenith Global Logistics, Cory 1st Choice Home Delivery, Watkins & Shepard Trucking, SunBelt Xpress and others.
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