The COVID-19 crisis caused a major disruption to the existing global supply chain and may prompt a sea change in logistics and manufacturing. Missouri manufacturers and industry leaders need to position the state to thrive in this rapidly evolving marketplace. Learn how manufacturers are continuing to operate during the disruption and gain insights into what businesses can do today to build resilience and mitigate future risk. This is the first segment in a multi-part Supply Chain Webinar Series. Watch for information coming soon about additional segments.
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Vice President Sales & Marketing
Kansas City Southern
Hansen is leading the Intermodal business unit in the U.S. and Mexico. Before joining the Company in 2014, he held various positions with the Maersk Group, the latest of which was five years in Mexico City as Managing Director of Maersk Line for Mexico and part of Central America. Erik also serves on the Board of Directors for KC Smartport, a non-profit economic development organization for the Kansas City Region, as well as on the Board for CSCMP – Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
President & Chief Operating Officer
Scarbrough Group of Companies
Adam is a Licensed Customs Broker, a Certified Customs Specialist, and a Certified Export Specialist. His expertise is in the area of international trade compliance, with a specific interest in U.S., Mexican and Canadian Customs regulations. Adam is a member of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Trade Support Network (TSN), where he provides input on the design of modernization projects. He also serves on the TSN eBond Committee, which developed eBond processes for implementation. Adam is currently the President of the Kansas City Heartland CSCMP Roundtable and sits on the Board of Directors for the North American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO).
Kansas City SmartPort, Inc.
Kansas City SmartPort, Inc. is a non-profit economic development organization that works to attract freight-based companies, such as manufacturing, distribution and warehouses, to the 18 county, bi-state Kansas City region. SmartPort is an affiliated group of the Kansas City Area Development Council (KCADC). Chris’ community involvement includes his positions as a board member of the following organizations: Board of Advisors of the University of Kansas Supply Chain Management Program, CSCMP, Mid-America District Export Council, Kansas State MBA Program, World Trade Center – Kansas City and Board of Advisors for People to People International. He is also alumni of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Centurions.