The Global Supply Chain Management conference is hosted by the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh which is located along beautiful Lake Champlain and nestled in the Champlain Valley between the Adirondack Mountains of New York and the Green Mountains of Vermont.

This area known as the "North Country" is a supply chain region, with a history of transportation and international trade dating back 350 years. The region is at the cross section of a north-south border (the largest undefended border in the world) and north-south conduits for trade. These interstate highways, waterways, railways and, now, airways move goods between Canada’s largest province to the East Coast, North America’s largest population center. More and more, goods bound for the U.S. are now shipped to Montreal and cleared through customs in the North Country ports of entry. Over the last four decades, the North Country has seen dramatic changes in the clearing of international goods and transportation networks which have transformed this region into a hub for transportation, international trade and logistics, all under the banner of Supply Chain Management.

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