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The dates and hotel location of this conference have changed to December 12-13, Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria, Houston
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Judge Ed Emmett Harris County Judge Harris County
Rick Lissa Senior Director, Supply Chain Formosa Plastics
Millissa Flanagan Senior Vice President, Integrated Supply Chain AkzoNobel
Shelly Heuser Senior Vice President - Supply Chain TPC Group, Inc.
Moderator: David Womack Director of Strategy IBM
Brandy Christian CEO & President Port of New Orleans
Reggie Dupré President & CEO Dupre Logistics, LLC
Speaker to be confirmed Norfolk Southern
Taylor Robinson President PLG Consulting
Moderator: Walter Kemmsies Managing Director, Economist and Chief Strategist JLL Ports Airports and Global Infrastructure
John Moseley Senior Director, Trade Development Port of Houston Authority
Paul McClintock Chief Commercial Officer & Senior Vice President South Carolina Ports
Greg Van Brunt Regional Sales Manager, Trade Development GA Ports Authority
Don Snyder Director of Business Development Port of Long Beach
Amy Hark Director, Americas & Global Logistics Purchasing Huntsman Corp
Jennifer Fussell Assistant Vice President Sales and Marketing Petroleum Kansas City Southern
Camilo Gomez Gerencia Comercial Bulkmatic
How global trends impacting the plastics industry are changing the strategic importance of Distribution, including:
Dwight Morgan Vice President, Corporate Development M. Holland
Bill Wehrle Director, Supply Chain BASF
Dr. David Bazzetta Business Advisor - Process Optimization Resources Global Professionals
In light of the FRA’s statement that it would like to explore the use of the DOT 117 as the “new standard” for lower-risk hazmat shipments, this presentation will discuss:
James Rader Vice President of Regulatory Services The Greenbrier Companies, Inc.
Moderator: Riyesh Kothari Operations Manager Tricon Energy
Tushar Bhuta Global Director of Supply Chain Vinmar International
Marc Levine President Plantgistix
Michael Plank Chairman & CEO National Property Holdings and Rail Logix
Matt Fleming Vice President TGS
Andy O’Connor Global Director and Head of Digital SC Development – BASF 4.0 BASF
Mark Olsen Co-Founder and President IronNet Cybersecurity (former Director, National Counterterrorism Center, appointed by President Obama)
Shaun Leone President Sunburst Trucking
Mike Matte Senior Director of Business Development Dupre Logistics
Sean Murphy Vice President Advision
Richard Dodd Former President North American Rail Shippers Association
Capt. Anuj Chopra Vice President - Americas RightShip Americas
Speaker Bio Coming Soon...
Ojas Wadivkar is a partner of A.T. Kearney Middle East and is a senior member of the Energy and Process Industries Practice at A.T. Kearney. He has consulted companies internationally for more than 16 years, and has spent the last 6 years dedicated to clients in the GCC.
He has consulted clients across multiple industries including process, electric utilities and petrochemical companies on issues ranging from supply chain and operations to defining business strategies and redesigning organizations. Additionally he has also consulted and implemented energy efficiency programs for U.S. Government sites. Mr. Wadivkar is a recognized expert within the energy industries space.
In addition to being a Management Consultant he is also a Professional Mechanical Engineer (licensed in California, USA) and a Certified Energy Manager.
Dr. Walter Kemmsies is a Managing Director, Economist and Chief Strategist for JLL’s U.S. Ports, Airports and Global Infrastructure Group.
In this role, Walter executes initiatives for public and private sector clients who have interests in or properties proximate to seaports and airports throughout North America. He is also working to expand the U.S. Ports, Airports and Global Infrastructure Group’s expertise to the infrastructure sector and assist both public agencies and investors in underwriting, financing and evaluating new investment vehicles and opportunities.
Walter is widely viewed as one of the foremost experts on ports, rail and infrastructure in the U.S. His areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, demand forecasting, maritime and overall global trade regulatory issues, public/private port and infrastructure financing as well as long term strategic planning/capital investment.
Walter’s professional experience working in Europe, Latin America and Asia uniquely qualifies him as a global trade economist.