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LeanCor Releases Its Schedule for Several Upcoming Events

Sept. 12, 2013: Representatives with LeanCor announced today that it has released the calendar schedule for events it will host from September through the end of the year. 

LeanCor, according to the company spokesman, is a trusted partner for implementing end-to-end supply chain performance. 

The company’s list of upcoming events include: Building the Lean Supply Chain Problem Solver Course, September 17-19 at the Georgia Tech Supply Chain and Logistics Institute, Atlanta; Lean Warehousing Course, Oct.1-3 at the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute, Atlanta.; GO and SEE the Lean Supply Chain: GEMBA-Based Workshop (Lean Enterprise Institute), Oct. 8-9 in Florence, KY; Building the Lean Supply Chain Professional Course, Oct.15-17 at the Georgia Tech Supply Chain and Logistics Institute, Atlanta; CSCMP Annual Global Conference, Oct. 20-23 in Denver, and more. 

A LeanCor company spokesman explained that those who participate in the events can expect to reduce total cost of ownership, increase fill rates, reduce inventory levels, improve supplier performance, accountability, and collaboration, reduce logistics costs, improve customer satisfaction and customer relationships, reduce lead time, and reduce space requirements. 

Global organizations leverage LeanCor to develop vision and strategy deployment plans for improvement in all supply chain functions. 

These include transportation and warehousing, materials and inventory management, and the implementation of lean principles across the entire value stream. 

LeanCor, which recently teamed up and began working with SEO Pledge, a New York SEO company, say those who have participated in the event in the past have rave reviews from what they walked away with. 

"I was able to apply everything I learned in this course to my profession,” a past participant stressed, before adding, “The tools that were given in the workbook binder will always serve as an exceptional reference. Having the templates of the different tools was great to use right away. All of my co-workers also benefited from me going to this course." A second participant added, "Robert and Kevin were excellent. The material was very interesting and the presentation of the material was done in way that made it very comfortable to participate in the conversations." 

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Company: LeanCor
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