GRA have been invited to present a seminar at the Smart Supply Chain Technology Show on Wednesday 20th June 2007 from 11am. The seminar, titled Stock Exchange: reducing stocks to increase share price, will be presented by GRA Partner Carter McNabb.
The seminar will demonstrate how tight demand and inventory management not only improved one client’s cash flow position and service levels, but also positively impacted the company’s share price.
Details of the project covered will include key initiatives, measurable results achieved and reasons for success.
In addition, forecasting and planning techniques that improved service levels, reduced inventory and improved operating cash flow will also be explained.
This seminar is likely to generate a great deal of interest, not only from hands-on practitioners, but also from those with interested in understanding how operational efficiency can ultimately impact a company’s share price.
Carter McNabb is a founding partner of GRA, an expert consulting firm specialising in demand, inventory and supply chain optimisation.
Carter has consulted extensively in the United States, Latin America, Asia and Australia to manufacturing, distribution, retailing and aftermarket organisations in industries ranging from Retail to Manufacturing to Defence.
Carter is a regular guest speaker at industry events. He also authors and runs the ‘Managing Supply Chain Inventory’ course within Monash University’s Supply Chain & Logistics Masters Program, and delivers courses in Forecasting and Inventory Management as part of the Asia Business Forum’s knowledge development series.
Since its inception 10 years ago, GRA has grown to a team of 30 professionals with offices in Victoria and New South Sales servicing blue chip industrials throughout Australasia.
GRA’s clients include Super Cheap Auto, Honda Australia, Mitre 10, Cadbury Schweppes, Carlton & United Breweries, The Australian Defence Forces, Nestle Australia, QANTAS, Bonland Dairies and Symbion Pharmacy Services.