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Why you should attend

Supply Chain Leaders Meeting (SCLM) has developed successfully for three years and is managed by Inbound Logistics Latam, together with The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, the most recognized business chamber in North America, and partnerships related to logistics sector.
Given the increasing interest among Mexican and American companies in doing business through Florida’s & Mexico’s seaports, this year 2018 we respond to the demand of our followers by celebrating our third annual event: Miami. For this reason, The Interamerican Chapter (United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce) will be co-host and its members will be participants and assistants.

Goals

• Bring Mexican logistics companies closer to logistics hubs of the State of Florida in the United States & Mexico
• Inform American companies about the quality and scope of Mexican companies, as well as their experience in international trade and their availability to do new businesses
• Strengthen business ties between both countries, beyond NAFTA, through the Chamber of Commerce
• Promote the capacity of the logistics corridors of Mexico for transportation of goods by all modes: road, intermodal, maritime and air

Topics to know and discuss

1. Outlook for the Supply Chain in North America: The Case of NAFTA & the Automotive Industry
2. Trending Logistics Routes in North America
3. Energy Logistics and Transportation: Domestic and Cross-Border Challenges and Opportunities
4. Cross-Border E-Commerce: Challenges on Traditional Logistics & Distribution

Speakers

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Francis X. Suarez

City of Miami

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Horacio Saavedra

Consulate General of Mexico

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Eric K. Olafson, Esq.

PortMiami

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Jose A. Acosta

UPS

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Robert Barcelo

Port Everglades Dept.

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Robert J. Downing

Greenberg Traurig

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Julie Santoriello

Bloomberg Intelligence

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Ernesto R. Tatay

SOLÍSTICA

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John Bressi

Tuxpan Port Terminal

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Keith Biondo

Inbound Logistics

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Oscar Ruano

Baja Ferries

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Ricardo Alvarez

Ryder de México

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Antonio Peña

Greenberg Traurig

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Johnny Curiel

J.B. Hunt

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Luis Foncerrada

CEESP

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Olivier Demars

Colliers International

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Hector Cataño

Cornerstone Intl. Realty

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Christian Hernandez

Alibaba Cloud

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David Banfield

Florida East Coast Railway

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Francisco X. Santeiro

FedEx Latam & Caribbean

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Harihara P. Natarajan

Miami Business School

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Michael Ross

Kiewit Mexico

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Guillermo Malpica Soto

Ministry of Economy Mexico

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Luis Bazan

Pharr International Bridge

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Schedule

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Four Seasons Miami, 1435 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

40mins

Guillermo Almazo

▼ Welcoming Remarks

Mr. Guillermo Almazo, Publisher, Inbound Logistics LATAM
Mr. Antonio Peña, President of the Inter-American Chapter, United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Horacio Saavedra, Consul General of Mexico in Miami
Hon. Francis Suarez, Mayor of Miami

15mins

Guillermo Almazo

Publisher - Inbound Logistics Latam

Luis Foncerrada Pascal

▼ PRESENTATION: The New U.S.-Mexico Economic & Political Landscape

Mr. Luis Foncerrada Pascal, former Director of Center for Economic Research of the Private Sector (CEESP)

25mins

Luis Foncerrada Pascal

former Director of Center for Economic Research of the Private Sector (CEESP)

▼ PANEL I: Outlook for the Supply Chain in North America: The Case of NAFTA & the Automotive Industry

Panelists:
Mr. Ricardo Alvarez, Sales & Solutions Director, Ryder Mexico
Mr. Robert Barcelo, Senior Business Development Manager, Port Everglades
Mr. Johnny Curiel, Director of the Intermodal, Pricing & Sales, J.B. Hunt
Mr. Olivier Demars, Logistics & Industrial Consultant, Colliers International
Moderator:
Hari Natarajan, Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management, Miami Business School, University of Miami.

45 mins

▼ Networking Coffee Break

30mins

▼ PANEL II: New Trends on Logistics Routes in North America

Panelists:
Mr. David Banfield, AVP International Sales, Florida East Coast Railway
Mr. John Bressi, General Manager, Tuxpan Port Terminal, S.A. de C.V.
Mr. Eric Olafson, Esq, Director for Global Trade and Business Development, PortMiami
Mr. Oscar Ruano, Director of Project Development & Chairman Board of Directors, Baja Ferries USA
Mr. Frank Santeiro, Managing Director, Global Trade Services at FedEx Latin America & Caribbean

45 mins

▼ PANEL III: Energy Logistics and Transportation: Domestic and Cross-Border Challenges and Opportunities

Panelists:
Mr. Robert Downing, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig P.A.
Mr. Michael Ross, Business Line Manager, Kiewit Energy de Mexico
Mr. Ernesto Tatay, Commercial Director, Solística
Mr. Luis Bazan, Director, Pharr International Bridge
Moderator:
Mr. Keith Biondo, Publisher, Inbound Logistics

45mins

▼ LUNCH & KEYNOTE: NAFTA 2.0, Tariff Battles and the Future of International Trade

Mr. Guillermo Malpica Soto, Head of the Trade & NAFTA Office, Ministry of Economy, Washington D.C.

60mins

▼ PANEL IV: Cross-Border E-Commerce: Challenges on Traditional Logistics & Distribution

Panelists:
Mr. Jose Acosta, President of Government Affairs for Americas Region, UPS
Mr. Hector Cataño, President, Cornerstone International Realty
Mrs. Julie Chariell, Senior Analyst, LATAM Consumer Bloomberg Intelligence
Mr. Christian Hernandez, Business Development Manager, Alibaba Cloud
Moderator:
Alejandro Ramos, Regional Vice President (East) United States- Mexico Chamber of Commerce

45mins

▼ Closing Remarks

15mins

Networking- Cocktail

18:30 Arrival & Afternoon Reception PRIVE ISLAND ESTATES: 5000 Island Estates Drive, Aventura, Floria 33160

120mins

PRIVE ISLAND ESTATES

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Contact us to secure your participation
Mexico City:
+5255 1253 7124

Sponsorships available

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+5255 1253 7124
Guillermo Almazo:
publisher@il-latam.com
Carlos Caicedo:
manager@il-latam.com

GOLD Sponsorship

Contribution of $5,000.00
Includes:
► Full Page AD Inbound Logistics LATAM
► Exhibition table for company materials
► Display of promotional materials and giveaways
► Company logo emailed to 85,000+ key contacts providing marketing/advertising for your company
► Company information and logo highlighted on the program distributed at the conference
► Company logo displayed on digital banner at the event and organizers’ websites
► Recognition as a sponsor to be given at the event
► Three complimentary passes for colleagues or clients
► Ability to purchase additional tickets using the discounted member fee
► Sponsor name to be mentioned in event summary printed in Inbound Logistics LATAM Publication

SILVER Sponsorship

Contribution of $2,500.00
Includes:
► Half Page AD Inbound Logistics LATAM
► Exhibition table for company materials
► Display of promotional materials and giveaways
► Company logo emailed to 85,000+ key contacts providing marketing/advertising for your company
► Company information and logo highlighted on the program distributed at the conference
► Company logo displayed on digital banner at the event and organizers’ websites
► Recognition as a sponsor to be given at the event
► Two complimentary passes for colleagues or clients
► Ability to purchase additional tickets using the discounted member fee
► Sponsor name to be mentioned in event summary printed in Inbound Logistics LATAM Publication

venue

Four Seasons Hotel, Miami

Address

1435 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, EE. UU.
United States | +1 305-358-3535

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Accomodation

Supply Chain Leaders Meeting Code: INB091718

20

Top speakers

35

Logistics companies from Mexico

100

Supply Chain experts

8

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