We’re pleased to announce that Exertis Supply Chain Services will sponsor this year’s Oil and Gas Supply Chain and Procurement Summit in Houston, Texas from Tuesday, December 5th to Wednesday 6th 2017.
Exertis SCS will be exhibiting our market leading supply chain solutions, while our Head of Global Business Development, Dermot Connolly, will present to an international audience of Oil & Gas supply chain professionals. The event will take place at the Omni Houston at Westside, in Houston, Texas.
We have a very limited number of complimentary tickets available. If you are interested in attending this event, please email email@example.com with your name and contact details.
The two-day event will bring together supply chain management and Procurement teams from E&P operators, midstream companies, petrochemicals and consultants to discuss opportunities, challenges and the future of the industry in an interactive format.
EXERTIS SCS PRESENTATION: Releasing cash tied up in materials supply chains
Dermot Connolly, Exertis SCS Head of Global Business Development, will address the significant benefits that companies in the oil and gas sector can gain from reducing cash and resources tied up in supply chains. Dermot will share his insights on how to:
- Plan, procure and position inventory more effectively
- Protect working capital while providing a flexible, reactive model to meet customers’ demands
- Manage disparate supply bases and globally position materials to support all channels, while minimising risk
About the Oil and Gas Supply Chain and Procurement
The Oil and Gas Supply Chain and Procurement Summit is led by the industry and is exclusively for the industry. It will provide supply chain and Procurement executives with a practical approach for transforming their supply chain performance and value to become more competitive and resilient, placing them in a prime position for the upturn. For more information, visit www.supplychainoilandgas.com
To learn more about this event or to discover how Exertis SCS can help support your own supply chain initiatives, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +353 (1) 405 6586.