AmCon Show a Success
Last week, September 18-20, 889 Global Solutions made an appearance at the AmCon show in Cleveland, Ohio, located at the I-X Center. The turnout was a success for both exhibitors and attendees as American Contract Manufacturers met with local and regional businesses to solve supply chain needs.
The 889 team was excited to create visibility by not only exhibiting, but also presenting a seminar for a local forum at the trade show titled “How to Take Advantage of Global Resources”. AmCon Trade Shows are nationally recognized for having domestic manufacturers come represent themselves and the industry. The show provides a platform for manufacturers to showcase their products and services, as well as, learn about the latest trends in different sectors through educational forums.
As a company that has continually grown since its inception in 2001, 889 has knowledge and experience from past and current practices. It was exciting to learn from others in the space and share what we see as the best way to outsource a supply chain in order to take advantage of labor cost-savings, materials, and also avoid situational road-blocks along the way.
As Alex Anderson, 889 Global Solutions Sales Associate and presenter of the forum, explained “It was a good turnout. There was a good amount of stimulating conversations and general questions about when it is appropriate to look for sourcing solutions internationally, how to go about introducing your company to the practice, and pitfalls to avoid. 889 is proud to consider themselves a leader in this practice and was happy to pass along knowledge that could help businesses be more cost-effective and enhance their supply chain operations.”
Make sure and see 889 Global Solutions showcase more of their services offered at the next trade show being attended in Detroit, Michigan on October 22-25, 2017 for the NMSDC Trade Show. There, you will find not only examples of our international sourcing and manufacturing capabilities, but also our MBE and government contracts capabilities as well. Questions? Please feel free to call 614-235-8889 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.