Midland Park, NJ, August 13, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Mr. Tom Zinner, Director of Supply Chain Software at transportation software provider, IES, Ltd., to be featured as a guest speaker at Supply Chain Asia. Mr. Zinner will join Hewlett Packard’s Director of Distribution & Logistics Operations, Asia Pacific, Mr. Lee Wee Chuang; and Dell Global’s Director of Operations, Mr. Mehran Ravanpay in the Singapore-based event. The highlighted forum, titled “Innovation & Supply Chain: Engineering Product from Design to Disposal” will be moderated by Mr. Paul Lim, Founder/President, Supply Chain Asia.
Now in its sixth year, the event, SCAF (Supply Chain Asia Forum) provides an open and conducive platform for professionals in the logistics industry in Asia. The conference is scheduled to be held at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Singapore from Tuesday, September 6th to Friday, September 9th.
The conference features a Thought Leaders Roundtable that focuses on issues relating to logistics and supply chain topics in Asia, four (4) comprehensive Forum Discussions hosted over two days and twelve (12) detailed Technical Tracks.
Mr. Zinner will be included on Day Two of the event from 11am to 12 noon. Tom is the primary software architect behind IES’s Purchase Order Direct technology that adds global supply chain capabilities to its broad range of premiere logistics software.
About IES, Ltd.
IES, Ltd. is one of the fastest growing transportation software providers in the world. With offices throughout the United States and in Asia, the IES suite of import and export solutions serves freight forwarders, NVOCCs, Customs brokers and other transportation intermediaries. IES’s product offerings adjust to the changes and complexities inherent when doing business in the global arena.