HOUSTON, Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Port Logistics Group, the nation's leading provider of gateway logistics services, is a sponsor and exhibitor at the upcoming VCF Annual Fall Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Conference, "Collaboration 3.0," takes place November 11th through 14th at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Scottsdale Resort and Spa.
Executives from Port Logistics Group including Jeff Wolpov, Chief Commercial Officer, Tony DeSoto, Vice President Business Development, and Sarah Drazetic, Vice President Client Engineering, will be on hand to discuss the company's initiatives to support manufacturers and suppliers in meeting the challenge of retail compliance requirements.
Port Logistics Group provides distribution services into major U.S. retail chains and as such is a key partner for manufacturers in developing retail compliance strategies. With a wide range of process, quality and technology solutions, including RFID, advanced ASN and EDI processing, and a single inventory management system across multiple ports of entry, Port Logistics Group offers innovative strategies for complying with retailer requirements, avoiding charge-backs, and becoming a preferred partner in the retail supply chain.
VCF, formerly known as the "Vendor Compliance Federation," is an organization focused on retailer-supplier operating synchronization and best practices. The organization strives to enhance supply chain visibility to improve supplier performance and champion strategies for industry productivity, profitability and growth. VCF includes North America's leading retailers, merchandise suppliers, and service providers.
ABOUT PORT LOGISTICS GROUP:
Port Logistics Group is the nation's leading provider of gateway logistics services, including value-added warehousing and distribution, transloading and cross-docking, vendor consolidation and national transportation. With more than 4 million square feet of warehouse space strategically located in and around major North American ports, Port Logistics Group provides the critical link between international transportation and the "last-mile" supply chain.
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