Rapid Response To Earthquake Damage Keeps Critical Shipments Moving By Marken
Following the major earthquake (8.9 on Richter scale) that struck Japan on March 11, 2011, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant suffered severe damage to multiple reactors. Due to the damage at the nuclear plant and other serious damage caused by the tsunami, service to the main cities and prefectures in central Japan was dramatically curtailed.
When Roy Turner founded IMSCO, he purchased an off-the-shelf accounting package to manage the company's books. Within a few years, Turner wanted affordable, highly functional software specifically designed to benefit the distribution industry to help IMSCO going forward.
Now in its 10th year, the Supply Chain and Logistics Summit North America brings together senior professionals who are seeking out the latest supply chain management practices. The summit also incorporates the Supply Chain Distinction Awards North America.
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