SMC3 Jump Start: Gary González to Visit a Supply Chain Conference in Atlanta, GA

January 22, 2019 1 min read

On January 28-30, 2019, Gary González, Executive Vice President of Innovecs USA, will be attending a supply chain conference organized by SMC3 in Atlanta, GA.

SMC3 Jump Suit brings together 40 speakers who will be shedding light on the latest trends within the logistics industry. Tailored for shippers, 3rd party logistics companies, technology providers, and carriers, the conference will feature more than 15 networking hours.

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This premier supply chain conference will be hosted in downtown Atlanta at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly.

SMC3, the organizer, is an educational hub for businesses working across the supply chain. Operating within the market for more than 80 years, the company provides valuable data for more than 5,000 North American logistics service providers, carriers, shippers, and freight-payment companies.

Innovecs not only participates at SMC3 Jump Start but also contributes as one of 16 benefactors, too. Embracing mobile, desktop, and cloud-based technologies, the Innovecs team skillfully crafts transportation and warehouse management systems. In addition, our representative at the conference can share a piece of advice on supply chain software solutions and seamless integrations with SCM software.

This is your opportunity to meet our representative in person.

Appoint a meeting right away:

Gary González

Executive Vice President of Innovecs USA

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