Join us for our September luncheon at the Downtown Club (Houston Center) where we will be joined by Dr. Gregory R. Heim, Associate Professor at the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M. Dr. Heim will be discussing Current and Future Trends in the Supply Chain.
***PLEASE NOTE VENUE CHANGE DUE TO RENOVATIONS BEING COMPLETED***
Join us for our April luncheon at the Downtown Club (Houston Center) as we hold our annual Student Competition. Supply Chain students from all of the represented schools present their submissions. The recipient of the scholarship award is announced.
Join us for a tour of one of our local Coca-Cola bottling operations. You will be exposed to the manufacturing process and distribution operation of the world's most recognizable beverage products. Afterwards join us for lunch and enjoy a Coca-Cola beverage!
Come join your supply chain colleagues for Happy Hour at the Saint Arnold Brewery. This networking event will include a tour of the brewery, slider platters and sampling of some of the best locally brewed beers in Houston. This informal event should give us plenty of time to spend time with old friends and to make some new acquaintances.
Join us for our January luncheon at the Downtown Club at the Met with special guest Rob Haddock, Group Director for Coca-Cola North America Planning & Logistics for insights on challenges, implementation and sustaining S&OP and the benefits when systems achieve alignment.
Join us for our May luncheon at the Downtown Club at the Met with special guest Fayçal Boumerkhouf, Global Director of Oil & Gas Projects at Volga-Dnepr Group, who will be discussing the challenges that can be solved and the opportunities that present themselves with the help of Antonov.
Join us for a tour of the refrigerated warehouse operations at Glazier Foods. We will tour the 350,000 sq ft. of dry, cooler, and freezer warehouses. We will be exposed to the processes and procedures of a temperature controlled facility and gain insight into the different challenges faced with varying temperature requirements for each product being stored.