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Special Invitation: AIA Supplier Management Council Mtg

ARSA members are invited to the Aerospace Industries Association’s (AIA) Supplier Management Council meeting at UPS in Atlanta from Sept. 29-Oct. 1. The event will bring together more than 120 of the industry’s leading supply chain executives from system integrators and manufacturers at every level. Attendees will:

  • Engage in business-to-business meetings with UPS.
  • Network with manufacturing, distribution and supply chain professionals.
  • Pursue new business/RFP opportunities
  • Hear from expert panels and speakers from across the industry and government
  • Stay on top of the latest industry trends and innovations
  • Visit aerospace supply chain facilities to get a firsthand look at best-in-class supply chain methods

UPS, the nation’s fourth largest airline, wants to expand its aviation business relationships.  Be part of that expansion: Register for the event today.

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