Webinar – Supply Chain: Where We Are and Where We Are Going
Join the Center for Professional Education and the Chattanooga Regional Manufacturers Association for the next Supply Chain Lunch and Learn February 12, 2021!
Session Title: Where We Are and Where We Are Going
David Caines, CEO of Kenco Logistics, will be joining UTC to discuss key influence in the supply chain. In our conversation with David, he’ll provide an industry update utilizing data points from the Logistics Management Index. He will also share his insights on the following:
Freight: Capacity limitations and driver shortages
Warehousing: The impact that e-commerce is having on capacity and pricing
Transportation: Volatility in the market
Labor: Where are the opportunities, challenges, and cost
E-commerce: Affecting every sector and evolving every day
About the Presenter:
David Caines, CSCP
COO & President of Kenco Group
David Caines is COO of Kenco Group, a leading provider of distribution, transportation and supply chain intelligence solutions. He is responsible for the strategic direction of the company as well as its operating and financial performance.
Caines joined Kenco in 2002 with responsibility for the Cummins account in Memphis, TN. Since then he has held positions of increasing responsibility within the organization. He is currently responsible for all of Kenco’s operating contracts, which encompass over 100 facilities, 4,500 employees, and 30 million square feet of warehouse space. Caines is a Six Sigma Black Belt and has been trained in Lean engineering. His key initiatives include the development of new solutions, direct ongoing strategic planning initiatives, assist with the installation of Kenco’s operating system, and oversee the stewardship of the company’s culture.
His education includes a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Accounting from Covenant College; and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Duke University in Durham, NC. David is a member of CSCMP, WERC and the UT Executive Supply Chain Forum. He also serves on the boards of various educational and nonprofit institutions, including the University of Tennessee’s Global Supply Chain Institute; Covenant College; See Rock City, Inc.; and Chattanooga Preparatory School.
About the Event:
11:50 a.m. – 12:00 Noon | Networking
12:00 Noon – 12:30 p.m. | Presentation
This event will be virtual. There is no registration fee, however an RSVP is required.Click Here to Register
CPE partners with the Chattanooga Regional Manufacturing Association (CRMA) to host the Supply Chain Lunch and Learn events. CPE is proud to be a founding contributor to the CRMA Supply Chain committee, which is charged with advancing Supply Chain best practices through education and collaboration.