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Supply Chain and Logistics Summit 2014

DAY 1, 16 June 2014 (Monday)

12:00-12:50
12:50-12:55
12:55-13:00
13:00-13:05
13:05-13:40
performance management

  • Project planning and resource management; ‘doing more with less’
  • Self leadership against the odds
  • Risk mitigation and crisis management

Alan Chambers MBE
Polar Adventurer & Expedition Leader

13:40-13:45
13:45-14:25
workshop
effective supply chain strategies

  

In a recent study, supply chain leaders attributed more than 7% improvement in cash flow and 6% improvement in gross profit to a successful Sales and Operations Planning process.

Sales and Operations planning has been around for some time with organisations at different levels of maturity, and often it does not achieve the collaborative way of working that we all hope for.

By applying classic S&OP theory in a flexible but structured way he implementation process can be accelerated to achieve stronger cross functional engagement and faster results compared to a simple “cut and paste” solution.                                 

Chris Hatcher, Supply Chain Manager at Highland Spring, the UK’s leading Bottled Water Producer will share the story of their recent S&OP journey. He will present a story of why a rapidly growing business needed to transform their approach and create an integrated truly collaborative framework enabling Highland Spring to turn around customer service performance and manage their business in a new, highly profitable way.

Bob Palmer
Principal
Solving Efeso

Chris Hatcher
Supply Chain Manager
Highland Spring

Clive Geldard
Group Vice President
Solving Efeso

workshop
supply planning & optimisation

  

 

  • Out of the box innovative thinking enables the impossible
  • Achieve competitive advantage via supply chain optimisation tooling
  • Central co-ordinated supply chain with different ERP platforms
  • Fast and agile development of state of the art AIMMS software
  • Supported by implementation partner Districon

Bob Woodburn
Senior Vice President Supply Chain
Papyrus AB

Jack Pool
Managing Partner
Districon

Marcel Mourits
Supply Chain Optimisation Lead
AIMMS

workshop
world class logistics

       

  • The IKEA approach to Supply chain management
  • IKEA's Structure and Values and how they impact upon its Supply Chain
  • Enviroment & logistics at IKEA

Karl Johan Servin
Managing Director
IKEA Distribution Services, Spain

workshop
customer collaboration

As today’s global supply chains extend and become more complex, risk assessment becomes an increasingly important subject. Trade compliance risk effecting the movement of goods is of particular concern. This session will look at how an international company can manage, automate and assess its international trade compliance. A specific example relating to import compliance for China will be discussed during this session.

  • Managing international trade compliance
  • How automation can help trade compliance
  • The role of trade compliance in sourcing, execution and audit

Nick Boland
Director Business Solutions, EMEA
Amber Road

workshop
performance management

With a wide range of technology solutions available, the challenge for many companies is to determine which Transport Management tools contribute best to corporate objectives. Which functionality is required, what returns can be expected, how do we integrate with 3PL’s, vendors and customers are just a few questions to be answered.

In the workshop, CLX Logistics will share its recent experience in Transport Management projects, using real life examples, addressing:

  • Role and function of Transport Management in different industries
  • How to identify improvement potential across modes/functions
  • Landing Savings with help of well-defined projects and tools
  • Lessons learned and outlook for shippers

Cosmas Hoefnagels
Vice President
CLX Logistics

14:25-15:20
15:20-15:55
case study
effective supply chain strategies

 

  • Understanding Unilever’s Low Cost Business Model (LCBM) program which is designed to provide an end-to-end toolbox applicable across functions, categories and geographies
  • Utilising a Global Supply Chain Strategies team, driving the program, building momentum and anchoring actions in the line
  • Engraining ownership throughout the organisation, transforming the business and hard-wiring new ways of working

Birgitta Elfversson
Global Supply Chain Strategies Director
Unilever

case study
supply planning & optimisation

Missing raw materials?  Experiencing stock-outs? Drowning in finished product inventory?  Constantly breaking into your production schedule to meet unexpected demand?  These common operational issues can be avoided.

Learn how an integrated, demand driven supply chain can make these problems a thing of the past.

Jeanne Reisinger will share her experiences from 32 years leading Procter & Gamble's Supply Network Operations.

She will leave you with the "Top 5 Attributes of Supply Chain Excellence" so you can begin your own journey to success.

Exclusively to SCL 2014, Jeanne will also focus on results from the Global Integrative Improvement Survey - a unique and growing study of Continuous Improvement initiatives within leading manufacturers. SCL delegates will find out how to participate in this survey and obtain a bespoke feedback session which details areas for maintenance and improvement.  

 

Jeanne Reisinger
Former Global Director Supply Network Operations
P&G

case study
customer collaboration

 

Sustainability is at the forefront of business strategy for companies depending on natural commodities. Concern for their corporate reputations and the long-term supply of raw materials has led companies to commit to a wide range of schemes to increase transparency, ethics and environmental management in their supply chains. These include international standards, voluntary certification schemes, individual company and industry-wide initiatives. Non for Profit Organisations (NGO’s) play a critical role in those commitments. This presentation will look at how Rainforest Alliance works with companies on these different approaches and consider what kind of demands they make on companies as they strive to integrate sustainability into every-day business decision-making.

Mercedes Tallo
Director, Sustainable Value Chains
Rainforest Alliance

case study
performance management

 

  • An overview of the state of play at Tata Steel before implementation
  • Explore how to effectively create an implementation vision and improve company awareness and engagement 
  • Understand how to cement progress and engrain lessons learnt 

Adrian Brown
Head of S&OP
Tata Steel

15:55-16:00
16:00-16:40
workshop
effective supply chain strategies

  • Every Angle improves two divergent Tommy Hilfiger KPIs at once: Superior operational excellence reduces Tommy Hilfigers transport costs while increasing their customer service level at the same time.
  • Understanding analytics at a speed of light across the entire supply chain.
  • Learning how Every Angle automatizes bottleneck analysis in SAP ERP as well as automatically detecting its root causes and predicting the impact.
  • Maximising self-service BI

Richard den Ouden
Global Business Development Director
Every Angle Deutschland GmbH

workshop
supply planning & optimisation

Dr Dino Petrarolo (former Group Head for Manufacturing Development at SABMIller) will reference TRACC’s 25 year relationship with SABMiller in this session that will  cover:

  • From Functional to Business Excellence  Most improvement processes start in one function - and reap much benefit.  Some organisations have managed to replicate these successes across multiple functions - resulting in "functional excellence".  But, true Business Excellence comes from adopting a uniform integrative improvement approach across the entire business.
  • A Repeatable Approach  How to harness the application of philosophy, principles and differentiated practices in one system which allows an organisation to repeat its successes in a variety of new contexts.
  • SABMiller:  Performance vs Practice An examination of generic and specific differentiated practices and their effect on operational performance and company KPIs at SABMiller.
  • Supply Chain Excellence  The application of best practices within the entire supply chain (from suppliers to customers), as well as the support services that enable Supply Chain Excellence.
  • Benchmarking  A standardised approach to measurement.  Reviewing your organisational performance and practices against yourself, relative to others within the same organisation, relative to one’s industry and finally, relative to any industry is key to Supply Chain Excellence.

Exclusively to SCL 2014, DIno will also focus on results from the Global Integrative Improvement Benchmarking Survey - a unique and growing study of Continuous Improvement initiatives within leading manufacturers. SCL delegates will find out how to participate in this survey and obtain a bespoke feedback session which details areas for maintenance and improvement.  To take part in the survey before the event, click here

Dr Dino Petrarolo
Senior Vice President
Competitive Capabilities International

workshop
world class logistics

Reducing net landed cost of goods is at the forefront of SCM. Achieving this while improving business margins? A necessity. Achieving this rapidly while integrating with existing transportation flows? A challenge. Learn how Heineken implements Order Allocation and Inventory Planning... in the cloud. Hear how Tata Steel implements Control Tower visibility...in the cloud. Discover how Mango and Levi's implement multinational, multi-modal TMS...in the cloud.

Ken Fleming
CEO
Eyefreight

workshop
customer collaboration

  • Recent developments in warehousing
  • Recent developments in multimodal logistics
  • Support on large infrastructure developments

Hendrik-Jan van Engelen
Chief Commercial Officer
Port of Ghent, Belgium

workshop
performance management

Is there anything better than putting on last year’s jacket and finding money in the pocket? The money was right there, but hidden just below the surface. Much like that money in your coat, there are numerous supply chain cost saving opportunities that are hidden just below the surface at most companies. You can utilize supply chain modeling technologies like these to uncover that money:

  • Product flow-path optimization
  • Demand segmentation and inventory right-sizing
  • Production footprint analysis
  • Transportation route optimization


Learn these four key modeling techniques used by many leading companies to “find” money in the supply chain, including real-life examples of how these technologies have been applied and the cost savings that were uncovered.

Alejandro Nieto
Senior Vice President of International Sales
LLamasoft, Inc

16:40-17:15
keynote
effective supply chain strategies

  • What does supply chain stand for at Nike?
  • Establishing a quantitative view of Supply Chain management at Nike
  • The highs and lows of the Supply Chain journey - Biggest successes and failures
  • Hear how continuous innovation within the Supply Chain has played a vital role in Nike's overall business success

Joan Carles Peiro
Centre of Excellence Operations Director, Europe
Nike

17:15-17:20
17:35-20:35

DAY 2, 17 June 2014 (Tuesday)

07:55-09:00
08:00-08:50
breakfast briefing

Supply Chain is now represented at Executive Board level in the Business Units of over 50% of Value Chain organisations across all sectors worldwide.

There are key challenges in integrating Supply Chain Strategy with Business strategy, and in the successful implementation of strategic change, with research showing that companies face only a 50:50 chance of success.

There are clear key factors that impact on successful SC strategic change and these need to be taken up in the Board Rooms of those businesses that want to succeed in leveraging SC for business advantage in a competitive market place.

This session will explore the barriers and enablers of successful strategic change, including the involvement and ownership of board functions and country business units for change programmes, and the key drivers of business performance at individual and corporate levels.

Participants will take away a better understanding of the real business benefits and risks of moving towards world class SC excellence, with insight into the practical issues faced by businesses, together with an understanding of the practical action areas to be focussed on in developing and implementing strategic change in SC.

Spaces at this session are limited. If you would like to attend then please contact the Programme Director, Chris Chapman via chris.chapman@wtgevents.com.

Paul Kelly
Head of Supply Chain Strategy & Development
Telefonica, Europe

Professor Alan Waller OBE
President
Leaders in Supply Chain

breakfast briefing

Only the most profitable survive in today’s business climate.

While companies strive to boost sales, cut costs, and increase market share – no business model can withstand a lack of profit.

Understanding net profitability can be a challenge.

Many companies are drowning in data, unable to determine true end to end costs.

Organizations know they have unprofitable customers, SKUs, product lines, and channels, but it is complex to identify where the problems lies.

Increasingly, companies are looking for solutions that deliver the level of detail needed to pinpoint the problems and provide answers to how to improve net profits, and ultimately earnings per share.

Acorn Systems and Solving Efeso will introduce an innovative solution to End to End Cost to Serve.

A solution to help businesses to:

  • Identify the activities and costs incurred to service customers; from the point of order through to the product being delivered and where possible, to the Customer’s shelf.
  • Implement multi-criteria improvement plans to sustainably optimise the end to end chain, collaboratively reducing waste in lead-time, resources, inventory and equipment

“It’s an end-to-end visible cycle and a way to build a repeatable and scalable capability to manage cost to serve and improve profitability.

A partnership between Acorn systems - the profitability and cost management software vendor and  Solving Efeso that brings strategic, operations and change management capabilities in one integrated team.

Participants will take away an understanding how a robust profitability model can challenges long held beliefs about what business segments are successful, and which are not,  together with an understanding how to implement multi-criteria improvement plans to sustainably optimise the end to end chain. In addition, the participant will learn how Acorn’s and Solving Efeso Partnership capabilities provide a flexible, scalable, and automated solution to generate granular cost to serve based net profit results across all relevant business dimensions.

Ettore Piccirillo
Director, Global Supply Chain Capabilities
Solving Efeso

Theo Ruiter
Vice President
Acorn International

breakfast briefing

When documents fail, production stalls. Without the right shipping documents, lorries don’t leave the warehouse. This session will give the audience an overview of how manufacturing, distribution, and logis­tics organisations can innovate, automate, and transform their critical and complex documents within their outbound logistics processes. Using real case examples, you will understand how:

  • Efficiency and productivity gains can be achieved through automated and intelligent document bundling
  • To simplify multi-country document processes and guarantee document compliance
  • To ensure document delivery with accurate status feedback inside ERP and warehouse management applications

Leo Kaltenhauser
Manager SAP Global Alliance
LRS

09:00-09:05
09:05-09:40
keynote
performance management

Insights and vision on how individuals and organisations can win and maintain high performance in highly competitive markets, drawing on the parallels from the fascinating world of F1.

Nick Fry
Commercial Advisor and Former CEO
Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team

09:40-10:15
keynote
effective supply chain strategies

Overcoming challenges of galactic proportions: Virgin Galactic

  • How do you go about planning for the seemingly impossible?
  • Navigating through business challenges in a truly innovative way
  • No margin for error: Building a supply chain without precedent  

Stephen Attenborough
Commercial Director
Virgin Galactic

10:15-10:45
innovation showcase

The innovation showcase is designed to highlight innovative solutions or strategies that have been introduced into the Supply Chain & Logistics market. Each speaker will have 5 minutes to showcase their innovation in this quick fire session.  

    

Andy Cooper
Lead Principal
MavenWire

Eric van den Born
Business Development Director
MavenWire

Lars Kuch Pedersen
CEO
LeanLinking

Richard den Ouden
Global Business Development Director
Every Angle Deutschland GmbH

10:45-12:05
12:05-12:45
workshop
effective supply chain strategies

  

Learn about Radisys’ journey to develop an effective S&OP process in an outsourced manufacturing environment.  By linking demand with supply, capacity and constraints, Radisys is able to quickly respond to ever-changing customer demands while keeping previous commitments.  Through profitable customer fulfillment, the company continues to create confidence in its customer commits.

In this session, you will learn about:

  • What challenges and opportunities exist for developing an effective S&OP process
  • How to bring your customers’ expectations into your S&OP process
  • What the limitations of current S&OP practices are
  • Considerations when developing an integrated approach to S&OP execution
  • Benefits from a focused and profitable approach to customer order promising

 

Lisa Aleman
Director, Sales & Operations Planning
Radisys

workshop
supply planning & optimisation

Logistics Control Towers have become the flavor of the month. Are they enough to provide manufacturers with the clarity needed to adjust to daily disruptions and customer needs?

  • The globally connected enterprise is a reality
  • There is often more inventory in motion than at rest
  • Visibility – knowing the location of your inventory is an improvement
  • Clarity – knowing what that means for your business is better, and being able to act on that information is even better

Trevor Miles
Vice President, Thought Leadership
Kinaxis

workshop
world class logistics

Supporting your key success factors:

  • Strong local knowledge and presence in all Russian regions
  • Track record of building logistics setups for global enterprises in Russian markets
  • Wide expertise in SCM and eFulfillment
  • Industry knowhow: retail, automotive, FMCG, consumer electronics, fashion, pharmaceuticals
  • Cost-value equation of quality including reliability and safety
  • A reliable partner sharing your core values

Elena Pechnikova
Business Development Director
Itella, Russia

workshop
customer collaboration

Are you sure that your Customer Order Fulfillment Process is optimized for Profit?   

Join JDA in a TWO PART workshop. We will review the concept of supply chain segmentation and engage in an interactive segmentation exercise.

In the first part of our workshop we will focus on

•          Globalization and Segmented Supply Chain

•          Differentiated Channel Behaviour

•          Segmented Order promising

Profitability and Segmentation go hand in hand and profitable Order Fulfillment is being driven through Segmented Supply Chain Strategies. Leading companies segment their physical supply chain into several virtual supply chains so they can deliver differentiated values to their customers, while also increasing agility and maximizing profits. 

The workshop continues after the lunch break, at 14.35. 

Gabriel Werner
Senior Solution Consultant
JDA Software

workshop
performance management

As organisations change focus from survival to growth, more and more companies are asking themselves if they are ready to meet the changing market conditions.  How can you gain advantage from returning demand whilst increasing margins and improving profitability? 

It all boils down to the health and readiness of your business and its core processes: supply chain, demand and product management. This workshop will establish how to get your business fit for the future. You will understand how to:

  • Establish organisational readiness – can your organisation cope with more change?
  • Benchmark your supply chain against your peers
  • Improve customer service and retain economies of scale through demand segmentation
  • Significantly reduce costs through supply chain collaboration

Les Brookes
CEO
Oliver Wight EAME LLP

Paul Archer
Partner
Oliver Wight EAME LLP

12:45-12:50
12:50-13:25
case study
effective supply chain strategies

In a world that is constantly moving, every day we are pushed to live and work in a state of uncertainty about the future, we are asked to manage volatility, to defend ourselves from more aggressive competitors, to increase investments while access to credit is difficult to obtain. Stanley Black & Decker is facing this challenge through the implementation of the Stanley Fulfillment System (SFS). SFS is not just a tool, it is not just a theory, it is not just an expected result, rather it is a way of thinking and acting on everything we do.

  • Understand SFS in action from a manufacturing plant point of view, mainly focusing on the “Sell 1 Replenish 1” program and on lean theories implemented across the entire supply chain, from customers of our customers to vendors of our vendors.
  • Explore the Stanley Black & Decker the supply chain that has been created for a specific product family to respond to our customers’ needs in terms of goods availability (service level), quality and cost, considering at the same time, the company’s overall objective to improve working capital turns.    

Emiliano Ottaviani
Supply Chain Manager
Stanley Black & Decker

case study
supply planning & optimisation

The ROCKWOOL Group has taken an important step forward in increasing product profitability and reducing assortment complexity in European markets. Under the “Einstein” project name ROCKWOOL has managed to simplify its assortment significantly and cut down the number of products while at the same time creating more clarity for customers.

The presentation highlights the complexity journey within ROCKWOOL International A/S. Further case stories from European subsidiaries will be presented

  • How do you create the eye openers that makes your organization support the change?
  • How do you get local Management Teams to reduce their product assortments by 30%?
  • How do you ensure that the achievements are sustained after project completion?

Martin Berg
Group Supply Chain Director, Group Production
Rockwool International A/S

case study
world class logistics

  • How do companies normally react when their markets become volatile?
  • Why is a change of supply strategy the best approach?
  • Explore challenges and pitfalls experienced in the spice, jewellery and cement industries

Miguel Suarez
Director of Supply Chain Centre of Business Excellence
Lafarge

case study
customer collaboration

  • Strategic design choices  – flexibility as a model
  • Finding insight in a sea of data and improving visibility and responsiveness
  • Defining which collaborations are right for you and how to make the most out of them

Calum Lewis
Operations Director
Lego

case study
performance management

British Gypsum re-energised its supply chain improvement journey in 2009; since then it has achieved the Class A Capable standard for both Integrated Business Planning and Business Planning and Control. This session will share some of the behavioural aspects, which had to be faced to enable this successful and sustained programme.

  • Don’t underestimate the size of the change programme
  • Engage the leadership (or don’t do it)
  • Doing it right takes time
  • It’s worth it – the benefits

Martin Laing
IBM & Policy Deployment Process Leader
British Gypsum

13:25-14:40
14:40-15:20
workshop
effective supply chain strategies

  • What role does senior leadership need to play to ensure efficient cross-functional dynamics?
  • How do shared goals help define the single north for the company, and how should these goals be structured?
  • What are the critical processes and routines an organization needs to implement to guarantee this integration?

Martin Wing
Partner – Head of European Operations
Integration Management Consulting

workshop
supply planning & optimisation

  • Take a practical look at a true CPFR environment
  • How to share goals and define a single objective in an environment where the KPIs are not always uniform 
  • Establish what should be implemented in order to guarantee excellent results for manufacturers and retailers 

Vinicius Gomide
S&OP and Demand Planning Coordinator
O Boticario

workshop
world class logistics

 

In the past years IBM continued to invest in the development and acquisition of solutions that enable tackling strategical and tactical supply chain execution challenges. this goes from the definition and optimisation of your logistics networks, Transportation and inventories to the daily operational management of your business. Enabling a smarter logistics supply chain is a key success enabler for companies who need to be efficient, differentiate and optimise the way clients are served. During this presentation a short overview of the IBM solutions will be presented followed by client case studies.

Lars Bek Jensen
Partner & Owner
Langebæk Logistik

Peter Gyldendal
CEO
Langebæk Logistik

workshop
customer collaboration

The JDA Segmented Supply Chain workshop continues with the key trends that are emerging and reshaping manufacturing supply chain needs to support manufacturers go to market strategy, companies need a new set of innovations that can help them achieve their growth and financial objectives.  Re-join us!

In the second part of our workshop we will focus on:

• Segmented  Fulfillment Tactics

• Segmented  Inventory Tactics

• Supply Chain Segmentation: the Big Picture

Is this applicable to your company?

• Does your CEO ask for improved profitability from your key accounts?

• Are you planning your next generation supply chain in order to improve customer experience, leverage emerging trends like Internet of things, all-channel commerce?

• Are you suffering from having to support multiple delivery models based on the same physical supply chain setup?

• Do your customers complain about long lead times?

• Are you suffering from having to make constant and ad-hoc trade-off decisions between orders from key accounts and  B / C customers when supply is short?

If you are looking for answers to the above questions, do not miss the JDA workshop!

Gabriel Werner
Senior Solution Consultant
JDA Software

workshop
performance management

Achieving supply chain excellence is a journey — one that involves more than simply software. With over 25 years of industry experience, Demand Solutions recognizes additional fundamentals are needed in the S&OP Process. Incorporating the Integrated Business Planning (IBP), sales and operation data can be available across your business environment, business plans can be enhanced with input from dozens of collaborators and involve multiple departments resulting in lower product pricing, additional features, exposure to new markets and more.

Demand Solutions is ready to offer you the combination of best practices, methodologies, solutions, and new technologies you need to squeeze more value from every stage of your supply chain.

In this workshop, we will focus on the value of embracing Integrated Business Planning (IBP). The following will be addressed.

1. The benefits of  stimulating the current Supply Chain Planning processes
2. The step-by-step actions to advance your supply chain maturity
3. The importance of enhancing collaboration throughout your supply chain
4. The benefits you'll receive with IBP and what they mean for your business

Keith Thaulow
EMEA Director
Demand Solutions

15:20-15:25
15:25-16:00
case study
effective supply chain strategies

 

  • How are partnerships defined at BAT?
  • Utilising different logistics service providers according to their strength
  • Case study example: Transport Control Tower for inner – European Transport Management
  • Case study example: Logistics Service Centre for global Marine & Air movements 

Dr Rolf Neise
Global Head of Logistics Operations
BAT

case study
supply planning & optimisation

  • Managing the transition from a local approach to a truly global approach 
  • Ensuring that your operational efficiency department is fully integrated and fit for purpose
  • An overview of the operational efficiency journey at Volvo Business Trucks 

 

Julie Maes
Director, Supply Chain Support
Volvo Group Trucks Operations

case study
world class logistics

  • Analysis of the flow of world maritime containers over the last 20 years and the impact this has had on the top-20 world ports
  • Contrasting alternative routes across Asia and Europe: The Suez route versus Panama route and the Suez route versus the Artic route
  • Moving towards a more efficient and sustainable European logistics network. Understanding the new European corridors and how they will affect our competitiveness

 

 

Santiago García-Milà
Chairman
European Sea Ports Organisation

case study
customer collaboration

 

  • MANGO; A fashion Company
  • MANGO's approach to E-Commerce
  • MANGO; Managing multichannel operations

 

Paco Fernández
Transport Director
Mango

case study
performance management

  • An overview of Eco Changes: Mitsubishi's global approach to environmental management  
  • Effective supplier collaboration initiatives targeting CO2 footprint, sustainable power generation and bulk order incentives 
  • Securing buy-in across the operation, an effective roll-out strategy by function  

Mark Foscoe
Group Logistics Manager
Mitsubishi Electric

16:00-16:45
16:45-17:20
keynote
supply planning & optimisation

  • Why, in 2007, did P&G embark upon a journey to implement a global standard Transportation Management system?
  • Understand how work process and organisational transformation has been achieved and how P&G has expanded the foundational Transportation Management platform
  • Improve your transportation analytics and modeling capabilities
  • Explore the benefits including transportation savings, freight payment control and compliance and customer service improvements 

Dr Alistair Hill
Director, Global Business Services
Procter & Gamble

17:20-18:00
panel discussion

 

  • What developments can we expect from the European Supply Chain market over the next 5 years?
  • Future proof your business by effectively contingency planning now
  • Hear each of the our expert panellists make their one big prediction for the next 12 months

Dr Rolf Neise
Global Head of Logistics Operations
BAT

Jeanne Reisinger
Former Global Director Supply Network Operations
P&G

Martin Berg
Group Supply Chain Director, Group Production
Rockwool International A/S

Santiago García-Milà
Chairman
European Sea Ports Organisation

18:00-18:05
18:05-20:05

Delegates are invited to attend an evening BBQ drinks reception at the hotel pool bar. This will include the announcement of the winner of the Supply Chain Innovator of the Year Award as well as a short address from a representative of the Catalan Government.  

Pere Torres Grau
Secretary of Business and Competitiveness
Government of Catalonia

DAY 3, 18 June 2014 (Wednesday)

08:30-09:00
09:00-09:05
09:05-09:40
keynote
effective supply chain strategies

 

  • Why are risks to global supply chains increasing?
  • How have supply chains been impacted by recent disasters and threats?
  • How can companies maintain low inventories whilst mitigating risk?
  • What is a ‘resilient’ supply chain?

John Manners-Bell
Chairman
Supply Chain Council of the World Economic Forum

09:40-10:15
keynote
effective supply chain strategies

  • How Diageo is developing its Supply Chain organisation from the customer backwards, ensuring that its Supply Chain is doing the right job, with the right skills, in the most efficient way, allowing for sustainable advantage
  • Making conscious choices about where to invest and focus, in order to serve its markets in the optimum way

Ivanka Janssen
Managing Director Global Supply Chain
Diageo

10:15-11:35
11:35-12:15
workshop
effective supply chain strategies

 

  • Overcoming planning challenges in an environment of short, unpredictable PLCs and long production lead times
  • A stepwise transformation from Excel planning to Logility voyager solutions
  • Securing implementation success through focused change management
  • Enhancing agility through supply chain transparency and supplier collaboration to comply with market demands
  • Lowering risk by delaying the point of commitment

 

Sara Skou Andersen
Senior Project Manager, Supply Chain Development
Bestseller A/S

workshop
supply planning & optimisation

 

Comarch will present a blueprint for Supply Chain optimisation with the cloud based Comarch EDI platform including:

  • How to create a Supply Chain that unlocks further growth opportunities
  • How to optimise the goods reception process
  • How to improve your information flow and the tracking of goods during the handling process 

Tomasz Spluszka
EDI Consulting Director
Comarch SA

workshop
world class logistics

Through a hands-on and interactive workshop :

  • Discover the challenges, pitfalls, opportunities and benefits of a best in class service parts distribution network
  • Capitalise from a practitioner’s real life experience of successful lean implementations that truly deliver value to customers
  • Learn the critical “do” and “don’t” of embarking and delivering a successful lean program and network in a global supply chain environment
  • Leave the room with turn-key ideas delivering competitive edge in your sector

Pascal Born
Global Business Development Director
Neovia Logistics

workshop
customer collaboration

  • CEE – A green island?
  • Moving from a fragmented supply chain into consolidated stock and multi-country distribution
  • Exploring the Future of CEE supply chains

Agnieszka Haik
Key Account Manager
Raben Group

Katarzyna Jaeger
Key Account Manager
Raben Group

12:15-12:20
12:20-12:55
case study
effective supply chain strategies

 

  • Understand the Siemens approach to optimising their supply chain
  • Identify how to implement the right KPIs in order to visualize mprovements 
  • Guarantee the sustainability of successful optimizations 

Christian von der Schulenburg
Head of Power Generation Division, Supply Chain Management
Siemens Energy

case study
supply planning & optimisation

 

  • Engraining the triple A approach into your supply chain - Agile, Aligned and Adaptable 
  • Ensuring that your business case reflects these values
  • Confectionary Holding's supply chain journey and why they decided to take the triple A approach

Andrés Cortijos Botella
Deputy General Manager & Value Chain Director
Confectionary Holding SL

case study
world class logistics

 

  • Moving beyond the PR value – How can a greener supply chain network really deliver savings?
  • Communicating changes to your customer – Set yourself apart from the competition
  • Avoiding bad press while not getting trapped by “Greenwashing”
  • Case Study Example: How Oriflame Cosmetics achieved more while using less? 

Gokhan Cakmak
Global Logistics Director
Oriflame Cosmetics

case study
customer collaboration

 

  • Explore Schneider Electric's approach to stronger collaboration
  • Understand how they managed to reduce transit times by 1 day and reduce overall CO2 emissions
  • Equip yourself with a blueprint for implementation that achieve these objectives whilst also lowering costs  

Etienne Gerrits
Senior Supply Chain Strategic Buyer
Schneider Electric

case study
performance management

Contuining on from his breakfast briefing on the morning of the 17th of June, Alan Waller OBE will revisty some of the key themes previously outlined and deliver a case stuidy which shows them in action. 

Professor Alan Waller OBE
President
Leaders in Supply Chain

12:55-14:10
14:10-14:45
keynote
customer collaboration

Today’s effective supply chains consist of multiple partners who collaborate closely together to efficiently use each other’s competencies for the mutual benefit of, and first of all towards, the end customer. For big companies that often entails working with different specialized internal departments, but for all companies it means working closely with key suppliers. 

 

  • Hear how the HP Enterprise Group worked to align effectively with sales organizations across EMEA 
  • Understand how to strike the optimum balance between key suppliers and expert internal departments 
  • Explore how HP enhanced their customer purchasing experience 

 

Jan Roodenburg
Vice President - Supply Chain
HP

14:45-15:20
keynote
effective supply chain strategies

  • AstraZenecas largest manufacturing site came out from a major ERP change program with significant challenges both short and long term
  • Around a year later it was back on track with performance and with a strong platform to continue to improve
  • This session will provide some insight to the journey and share learnings from a business change perspective

Rickard Renström
Head of Global Supply Chain Projects
AstraZeneca

15:20-15:25