Kenco Staff Presenting at WERC and EWTS Logistics Conferences

Topics include maximizing 3PL partnerships, JIT in the warehouse, building a better DC and how businesses can use wearables today.

The upcoming Warehouse Education and Research Council (WERC) annual conference will feature several experts from third-party logistics provider Kenco discussing a range of topics on the latest practices in warehousing and logistics.

This year’s WERC conference, which starts May 15 in Providence, Rhode Island—includes:

• Ann Christopher, VP and Corporate Counsel for Kenco, facilitating a peer-to-peer discussion on regulatory challenges impacting the logistics industry

• Greg Boring, VP, Sales, leading a peer-to-peer discussion on “How to Maximize a 3PL Partnership”

• Jason Minghini, VP, Best Practices, will be involved in three sessions—speaking on “Applying Just-in-Time to the Warehouse,” presenting on “Data Analytics to Support Metrics” and hosting a peer discussion on how to build a better manufacturing distribution center.

Kenco is also participating in a technology conference this spring. Kristi Montgomery, VP, Kenco Innovation Labs, and Trever Ehrlich, Creative Solutions Manager, will be among the speakers at the Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit (EWTS) East https://brainxchange.events/ewts-east in June in Atlanta. They will be on panels discussing “Cultural and Organization Considerations for Wearable Technology” and “How Businesses Can Use Wearables Today.”

 

 

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