Kenco 2012 Conference Convened With Keynote Address By Gen. Burwell “B.B.” Bell III (ret.)
Kenco, a leading provider of value added distribution, public warehousing, transportation services and intelligent information technology, convened its 2012 Kenco Conference this week in Chattanooga. Keynote speaker General Burwell “B.B.” Bell III (retired) addressed the group at the Chattanoogan Hotel, August 20–22, 2012.
The conference brought together Kenco’s managers from across the United States, along with customers, vendors and providers. In addition to sharpening Kenco’s focus on its mission to deliver common sense solutions of uncommon value, the conference included programming across critical disciplines including talent management, risk management, human resources, operations, management services, and unified supply chain strategies.
“This was our most comprehensive annual management meeting to date,” said Jane Kennedy Greene, Chairwoman & CEO, Kenco. “We structured this year’s conference for the most effective flow of information across the entire organization.”
The three-day meeting integrated educational tracks with a structured social agenda that encouraged participants to network and share knowledge.
Kenco provides integrated logistics solutions that include value-added distribution and fulfillment, public warehousing, comprehensive transportation management, material handling services, real estate management and supply chain intelligence—all engineered for operational excellence. For over 60 years, Kenco has built lasting customer relationships because it is the 3PL that listens, learns and adapts. Privately-held and financially strong, Kenco’s focus is on common sense solutions that drive uncommon value.