International Trade Policy Breaking Point: Panel Two – Strategies for Minimizing Risk

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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. Total Landed Cost

In this second panel, Strategies for Minimizing Risk, three industry experts, with extensive experience working with some of the biggest firms and organizations in the country — PWC, D&B, the US Chamber of Commerce/International Division — gave invaluable insight into managing your risk across the global supply chain. MetalMiner Editor Lisa Reisman moderated as Dom Gambardella (partner at PWC/leader of their US Customs & International Trade Practice), Jim Lawton (president and general manager of D&B Supply Management Solutions) and Dan McGroarty (principal at Carmot Group and senior adviser to the US Chamber of Commerce) all gave their takes on how best for company CEOs and managers to minimize risk. McGroarty focuses on the bigger FTA picture, while Lawton and Gambardella give good, actionable advise on adopting approaches that fit your company’s size and reach, and how shipping and outsourcing play into it all.

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