How to Collaborate with CMO’s to Boost Efficiency and Overcome Capacity Challenges in a Complex Supply Chain

The Cold Chain Council proudly presents its latest webinar: How to Collaborate with CMO’s to Boost Efficiency and Overcome Capacity Challenges in a Complex Supply Chain. Our industry leading speakers will provide insight and discussion about partnering with Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs) to better manage capacity and risk, promote innovation, and improve efficiency when dealing with complex pandemic scenarios.

Our speakers include: *Luiz Barberini, Operations Manager, External Manufacturing Latin America Head at Bayer. MBA, mechanical engineer, CQE and APICS CSCP & CPIM certified, with three post-graduations in Marketing, Logistics and Transports, Luiz worked for more than 25 years in activities related to Supply Chain, Procurement and Logistics. Also has coordinated the dangerous goods’ transports’ committee at ABIQUIM – Brazilian Chemical Industries Association. Ford Motors Co., Rhône-Poulenc, British American Tobacco, Pfizer, Takeda Pharmaceutical and Merck, Sharp & Dohme are some companies where he has worked for and added value through his knowledge and experience. Luiz also teaches Negotiation, Supply Chain and Demand Management for some major post-graduation schools in São Paulo.

*Jeff Tucker, CEO of Tucker Company Worldwide. Jeff Tucker is third generation CEO of Tucker Company Worldwide, America’s oldest privately held freight brokerage specializing in complicated freight, like temperature-controlled, oversized, and high-value, high-security goods. Jeff is past chairman of the board for the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA). He co-authors and chairs the committee for TIA’s “Carrier Selection Framework,” has testified before Congress on truck safety matters, and advises the U.S. Department of Transportation on highway safety. He is on the board of directors for the National Industrial Transportation League, and chairs its Highway Transportation Committee.

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