International Trade Policy Breaking Point: Panel Three – Total Landed Cost

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If you missed out on the live simulcast of MetalMiner’s inaugural conference, International Trade Policy Breaking Point, now’s your chance to catch up on the action!

MetalMiner and sister site Spend Matters teamed up with sponsors Nucor and Zycus to bring our audience a provocative and timely conference, complete with top industry professionals from the manufacturing, public policy, and purchasing worlds. Three separate panels comprised International Trade Policy Breaking Point:

1. Public Policy Overview and Debate

2. Strategies for Minimizing Risk

3. Adjusting Your Total Landed Cost Models for a Volatile Global Sourcing Environment

In this third panel, Adjusting Your Total Landed Cost Models for a Volatile Global Sourcing Environment, MetalMiner Editor Lisa Reisman has an intimate, in-depth chat with Sean Devine, VP-Strategy and Supply Management at Chicago-based Echo Global Logistics, on Total Landed Cost. Topics range from over-investment to the Go Slow Strategy; from the Make Vs. Buy function to fuel surcharges; from derivatives to Rene Magritte’s paintings (you’ll just have to watch to see what we’re talking about!)

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