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Learn from top executives, thought leaders and entrepreneurs in the region.
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reCONNECT 2021 provides a premier stage to inform leaders, professionals and students in supply chain, technology and global business. We are accepting proposals for keynotes, breakout sessions, panel discussions and workshops.Submit Proposal
Supply Chain Weekly is a weekly newsletter featuring in-depth review and analysis of current supply chain news, research, and related activities. It is backed by the Seattle Institute, a local nonprofit think tank and host of this event.Learn More
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“I met a lot of great people who were inspiring. Technology is relatively new to this industry so it's exciting to see what people are coming up with. It was an excellent combination [of] tech and supply chain.”
“This was the first true SCM conference I have been to in Seattle, ever!”
“I got what I put into it, looking forward to either sending some of my team to it next year or attending myself.”
The Jin Nui Zou is an oil tanker owned by the China Shipping Tanker Company Ltd.  On September 5th, 2019 the vessel entered the Port of Dalian oil terminal in Northeast China. Dalian is the headquarters of two subsidiaries of COSCO shipping which were sanctioned by the U.S. government for importing Iranian crude oil. 
Sandy is annoyed at being enveloped by the frigid air as he stepped into the warehouse. Dust, floating in daylight rays coming thru skylights, gave true atmosphere to this warehouse, as if you would expect chilled fog in the early morning as a matter of course, a unique bio-climate.
How does a large firm, let alone a small business, increase its supply chain capacity to better serve its customers? CAPEX investments in new manufacturing plants, logistics fleet, or enterprise technologies are costly upgrades. If a firm does not have sufficient cash to pay for these upgrades due to outstanding account receivables, one trending financial recourse — exacerbated by the pandemic no doubt — is to increase assets through supply chain financing.