Frost Brown Todd Japan Desk Seminar Series: Supply Chain Management in the Global Automotive Market

Date November 17, 2011
Time 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Location
Frost Brown Todd
3300 Great American Tower
301 East Fourth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
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Join us as we hear from experts regarding the state of the global auto supply industry after the Tsunami of March, 2011.

This seminar explores how U.S. and Japanese companies are progressing in the aftermath of the Tsunami of March 11, 2011. Please join us to hear useful suggestions and ideas for optimizing their productions and resources for the future.   This program will be video-broadcast from our Indianapolis office, please see the Japanese translation to the Indiana agenda below.  Email: cmarciniak@fbtlaw.com to register.

English and Japanese translation will be provided.                                 

11:30                Registration Starts         

12:00                Concept: After the Earthquake, Tsunami and Challenge Japan Faces

Mr. Sato, President, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO),        New York Office
Moderator: Mr. Mikio Nishizu

     

12:15                Panel Presentation/Discussion: After the Tsunami  

A panel of experts will discuss pressures resulting from the March, 2011 Tsunami and provide efficiencies and management suggestions for affected auto suppliers.

Panelists: 
Mr. Kevin Beckett:  Mazak Corporation 
Ms. Suzan Steinbrunner: Advics Manufacturing
Mr. Chris Spiller: Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc.
Mr. Tony Webb: Marsh, Inc.
Mr. Kazushi Obara: Hotta Liesenberg Saito LLP
Mr. Joseph Dehner & Mr. Mikio Nishizu: FBT  

12:55                Panel Discussion: Future of Supply Chain Management

A panel of experts will discuss the importance of strategic networking, business process integration, and technology to the future of supply chain management.

1:15                  Question & Answer Session

2:00                  Adjourn

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