Last week at Aerospace Supply Chain Summit, Dubai CEO Zilvinas Sadauskas of Locatory.com delivered a speech about aerospace supply chain and discussed the imperatives of an integrated network. The presentation covered such topics as innovations, integrated processes and logistics, and received a lot of attention from the audience. Many delegates desired to meet Zilvinas personally and learn more about Locatory.com IT solutions. During the meeting Locatory.com CEO presented the latest supply chain optimization solutions as well as discussed with the counterparts the opportunities for joint projects.
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