• Want to Take Your Business International? Learn How at Supply Chain & Transportation USA

Norwalk, CT, February 5, 2014 - With young, growing populations and an emerging middle class, many overseas markets are looking increasingly attractive to U.S. companies that have not yet taken the plunge into international business. Becoming a true international player involves a lot more than shipping a few exports, however, and the path is strewn with hidden hazards. InComm is one company that has successfully and quickly transitioned from a domestic to an international enterprise. Founded just two decades ago, InComm today is the industry leader in prepaid cards and transaction technologies and services, and has established operations reaching billions of consumers throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.

One of the key strategies behind InComm's continuing expansion is the outsourcing of warehousing and logistics to in-country vendors. Greg McKinely, InComm's vice president of global warehousing and logistics, will provide an in-depth explanation of the company's solutions and inventive approach at the upcoming Supply Chain & Transportation USA Exhibition and Conference, where he will lead a "how to" session on building an international enterprise.

McKinley says that any company "can take its business international in a relatively short period of time" by applying the successful methodology that he developed and used at InComm. "I will share with the audience what has worked and not worked for me so they can avoid the mistakes I made when I first started," he says.

Expanding internationally is just one of many trending industry topics to be discussed at the inaugural Supply Chain & Transportation USA Exhibition & Conference, March 17-20, 2014 at the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA.  # # # A first-of-its-kind event, SCTUSA is a trade show and educational conference serving the transportation needs of supply chain executives. Co-located with MODEX and the Georgia Logistics Summit, these joint events will offer the biggest supply chain show ever to be held under one roof, with 150 educational sessions, workshops and case studies, more than 800 exhibitors and top speakers addressing the biggest industry and supply chain issues. Keynote speakers include Edward H. Bastian, president, Delta Airlines; Lee Scott, businessman and former CEO of Walmart; George W. Prest, CEO, MHI and Scott Sopher, Principle, Deloitte Consulting.

For more information about Supply Chain & Transportation USA and to register to attend, please visit the website at www.supplychainusaexpo.com.  You can also connect with Supply Chain & Transportation USA on  Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

For more information:  Laurent Noel  Vice President Transportation & Logistics, Reed Exhibitions Tel: (203) 840-5675  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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