MasterWorks International President & COO to Speak on Reverse Logistics Bruce Cutler to Appear at RLSC Conference in Atlanta
HOUSTON, Jan. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bruce Cutler, chief operating officer and president at MasterWorks International, will be delivering an address at the Reverse Logistics Sustainability Council's annual conference January 22-24 in Atlanta.
"Reverse logistics is a vital element of the supply chain," Bruce said. "It's one of several ways the industry cuts down on waste and promotes sustainability. Since it's at the heart of our business, we're looking forward to contributing to the conversation at the Reverse Logistics Conference."
The mission of the RLSC is to provide thought leadership and content to the reverse logistics industry. Bruce's presentation, "Causes of Reverse Supply Chain Volatility," will discuss ways to overcome the challenges related to planning and forecasting in the reverse logistics environment. He is scheduled to present on Friday, January 24 at 9:10 a.m. Other speakers on the agenda include representatives from The Home Depot, Best Buy, Radio Shack and UPS.
Bruce has a wealth of professional experience in multiple industries. Before joining MasterWorks, he was an executive at Star Furniture and director of home delivery logistics for Restoration Hardware. He spent 16 years with Compaq Computer Corporation, with management roles in customer service, marketing and logistics. A frequent speaker at national conferences and seminars, he earned a bachelor's degree in engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA in marketing from Columbia University.
Based in Houston, MasterWorks International is an authorized distributor and reseller of refurbished parts and systems. In business since 1992, MasterWorks holds a range of certifications with several major brands, including HP, Western Digital, Intel, Lenovo and Dell. Learn more at www.masterworksglobal.com. HP, Western Digital, Intel, Lenovo and Dell are registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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