The more than 550 attendees at the conference, held September 7-10 in Park City, Utah, heard the 43rd President of the United States address a number of topics, including the challenges facing the nation in the 21st century, the power of freedom, the role of faith and reflections on eight years in the Oval Office.
The conference, themed Hyperformance - increasing your speed and precision to meet tomorrow’s demands - drew supply chain leaders, experts and technology professionals from around the globe.
“The 2014 conference advanced the conversation on how to increase speed without sacrificing supply chain performance. Dematic is committed to delivering superior, technically advanced solutions to fulfill the changing needs of the market, our customers and our consumers,” said John Baysore, President and CEO, Dematic North America.
The conference included 50 educational sessions organized into six tracks, addressing supply chain trends, strategies and thought leadership.
In addition, a concert by Cheap Trick highlighted the social activities during the conference.
For more information regarding the conference or Dematic offerings, please contact Cheryl Falk at (262) 860-6715 or Cheryl.Falk@dematic.com.
Dematic is a global engineering company that provides a comprehensive range of intelligent warehouse logistics and materials handling solutions. With a global knowledge network of more than 4,000 skilled logistics professionals, Dematic is able to provide customers with a unique perspective in world-class materials handling solution design. Our commitment to solution development, combined with engineering centers and manufacturing plants in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, ensures Dematic has the range and capability to provide reliable, flexible, cost-effective solutions globally. Our successful track record has led to the development and implementation of more than 5,000 integrated systems for a customer base that includes small, medium and large companies doing business in a variety of market sectors. Dematic generates a global business volume of approximately $1.5 billion.