John VogtVice President – Global Logistics Halliburton
Sarah TeslikSenior Vice President, Policy and Governance Apache Corporation
Bonnie FletcherDirector, Global Trade Compliance GE Oil and Gas
Natalia ShehadehAssociate General Counsel for Trade Compliance Weatherford
Global trade management is proving to be your key solution to reduce end-to-end logistics costs, simplify complex supply chain networks and ensure compliance in diverse markets.
Attend Global Trade Management 2013 and hear first-hand case studies, interactive panel discussions and engaging round table debates on how leading companies across the sector have transformed logistics performance through an innovative approach to global trade management.
Maximize the effectiveness of your key trade management strategies through a shared knowledge exchange with global decision makers from leading oil, gas and petrochemical companies and you will learn critical lessons from worldleading experts on how to:
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Let us know if you’ve got material that you’re interested in presenting as there are opportunities to speak or sponsor.
Secure your place early and take advantage of the early registration discounts that expire on August 23rd 2013.
"New Intelligence on Making Sure your Supplier is Being Compliant"
"Excellent program – the workshops were also excellent. Topics were relevant and speakers were very knowledgeable on their topics. Great interaction among the participants during the conference" Dresser-Rand
“The experience has been great. Very insightful and informative. To be able to hear and draw upon the experiences of others was helpful” FTI Consulting
“Extremely valuable – worth the investment of time. Definitely will attend again” Chicago Bridge & Iron Co.
"A high-quality worthwhile conference led by an outstanding faculty and attended by first rate professionals. I learned more than I anticipated I would" Saudi Aramco
“This conference was extremely informative and very relevant to today’s environment.” KBR