Choice Logistics’ Gary Weiss to Chair Interlog 2012

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Global operations executive of mission-critical logistics leader will bring together perspectives of manufacturers, resellers and service providers in discussions of aftermarket service opportunities and challenges.

Gary Weiss, Executive Vice President, Global Operations, Choice Logistics

Gary Weiss

Choice Logistics, Inc., the leading provider of critical service parts logistics, announced today that Gary Weiss, Executive Vice President of Global Operations, will serve as a chairperson of the Interlog 2012 conference. The event takes place June 11-13, 2012, at the Omni Mandalay in Dallas, TX.

Weiss will welcome the audience of nearly 300 senior-level service parts and reverse logistics executives with an address on strategies for operational efficiency in the service supply chain, the theme of Day 2 of Interlog 2012. His duties will also include moderating the Keynote Panel of supply chain and service delivery visionaries – Rick Harris, Director of Service Supply Chain Delivery Operations for Cisco; Matthew Peterson, Director of Supply Chain for Dell; and Nigel Weston, Vice President of Supply Chain for Elekta Limited – all of whom represent Choice Logistics clients. The panel will engage attendees in discussions regarding global premium-service delivery models that sustain and enhance revenue opportunities for technology companies. Other clients of Choice Logistics, including data center consulting and services provider GlassHouse Technologies and military systems contractor L-3 Communications, are part of the conference agenda, discussing the challenges of improving customer satisfaction in the current economic climate.

About Gary Weiss
As Executive Vice President of Global Operations and member of Choice Logistics’ Executive Advisory Board, Gary Weiss provides the leadership and vision for the company’s mission-critical service offerings and sophisticated infrastructure. Weiss has more than two decades of logistics and corporate operations experience with high-tech manufacturers, resellers and service providers. Prior to joining Choice Logistics in 1994, he held leadership positions with JWP Information Systems and PNY Electronics. Weiss earned a Masters in Business Administration from Pace University and a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

About the Interlog Conference
Interlog is the leading North American conference dedicated to service parts logistics and aftermarket service. Now in its 14th year, the program draws together senior industry logisticians from global manufacturers of products that require aftermarket service and service parts, including computers, networking, telecommunications, aerospace, medical devices, automotives, office equipment, and other industries for which spare parts service and aftermarket support is a business-critical function. To learn more about Interlog 2012, taking place June 11-13 in Dallas, TX, please visit http://www.interlog-USA.com.

About Choice Logistics
Choice Logistics provides customized logistics solutions that enable global technology manufacturers, value-added resellers, and third-party service organizations to meet the high-availability requirements of their customers. Its global network of strategic stocking locations, linked by dependable transportation solutions, a unified technology platform, and a performance-driven culture, turns time-critical systems support into premium service offerings that generate profitable revenues, build solid reputations, and strengthen customer relationships. To learn why service-driven companies such as Avaya, Bayer Healthcare, Canon, Cisco, Cox Communications, Dell, EMC, and Pendum trust Choice Logistics as their service parts logistics partner, call 800-861-6900, extension 4107, or visit the company's website at http://www.choicelogistics.com.

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