Cost Effective Sustainability Initiatives for Supply Chain Efficiency
York, PA (PRWEB) June 10, 2010
Those who missed valuable insights from supply chain experts Paul Evanko and Matt Kulp during the North American Material Handling Logistics trade show (NA 2010), April, 2010, now have a second chance.
Both of their seminars are now available online at http://www.nashow.com/seminars.
"Access to the online presentation allows you immediate access to draw upon our experiences and the advice we shared without ever leaving your office or home," says Evanko. "It's like bringing the trade show to your computer screen."
Evanko's seminar, No. 105, "Cost Effective Sustainability Initiatives for Supply Chain Efficiency," deals with the growing recognition that sustainability practices are the new reality of the corporate world.
Kulp's seminar, No. 232, "Increasing Productivity to Lower Operating Costs," explains how to confront, manage and even improve the most vexing problem that distribution or fulfillment centers face: the high cost of labor.
Both seminars are about 30 minutes in length, and the webinar provides an abstract, take-away sheet and a downloadable PDF file of the presentation.
Paul Evanko is senior vice president, and Matt Kulp is director of distribution and fulfillment projects at St. Onge Co.
Evanko has more than 30 years of experience in line distribution management and related operations research for the control and design of warehousing, transportation, traffic and distribution support functions. He is a Round Table leader and director at large of the Material Handling Institute of America and is on the advisory council for the Johns Hopkins University Center for Logistics and the Economy.
Kulp has more than 10 years of experience in facilities auditing and planning, equipment specification and justification, work standards, operations training and project management within distribution and fulfillment centers.
St. Onge Co. is a world-recognized supply chain strategy and logistics consulting firm. Its discovery-driven approach brings together the elements of supply chain logistics, engineering and operations to ensure that a client's supply chain challenges receive customized answers.
The NA 2010 trade show focused on the productivity solutions provided by material handling and logistics. It offered productivity solutions and information from more than 500 material handling and logistics providers.
For more information about Evanko's or Kulp's presentation, contact them at 717-840-8181 or visit http://www.stonge.com.
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