Be Supply Chain Smart
Now in its 18th year, LogiChem is the only executive-level networking event tailored for supply chain, logistics, and transportation management executives within the chemical manufacturing industry. The event offers coverage of the latest chemical industry trends, with a split focus on strategic supply chain topics and logistics, transportation, and distribution challenges.
Who Attends LogiChem?
Motivated chemical supply chain and logistics leaders who want to learn best-in-class strategies to achieve an optimized supply chain.
Your 2018 LogiChem Speakers Include:
Beth Ehrlich Kaniewski
Head of Global Supply Chain and Logistics Center of Expertise
Mark A Porter
Leader, Sourcing and Logistics
Head of supply Chain
Michele van Krieken
Global Supply Chain Director
LCB , Director of Supply Chain
Sika - US – Lyndhurst
Manager Logistics & Trade Compliance
W. R. Grace & Co
Hazardous Materials Safety Assistance Team - Eastern Region
From natural disasters to advancements in digitization and changes in global relations, chemical supply chain leaders like yourself need to adapt to the latest trends and events. Learn how the leading chemical manufacturers are managing the complexities of this highly volatile industry and bringing their supply chain into the future.
For the past 18 years, our program content has been carefully curated using takeaways from the 2017 VIP Think Tank with 20 executives from leading chemical manufacturers. Attend LogiChem for the latest insights and groundbreaking ideas from the brightest minds in the chemical industry.
Interact with Peers
Our attendees love how engaging LogiChem is, and how candid and “real” the conversations are between peers. This year, we’re adding more interactivity than ever before. Ask questions about your biggest challenges and work out solutions during our panels, case studies, and roundtable discussions.
"Excellent forum for sharing excellent practices, staying current on supply chain developments and interacting with professionals with common interests."Dave Gleason, Sr. Director, American Chemistry Council