Strategies for Resilient Supply Chains

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Miguel Martins da Silva, Group Chief Supply Chain Officer at Dr. Max BDC Holding

Key enablers for a digital SCM 4.0 Models – A Pharmaceutical Retail Omnichannel Approach

  • Definition, Scope and Importance of Digital SCM 4.0 Models
  • The Key Enablers: Robotics, Data Analytics, AI
  • The Implementation Challenges
  • Conclusion & Future Trends

Paul Dennemann, Owner Mutatis Mutandis Consulting

Trends in Supply Chain Orchestration and Managing Chain of Identity in Cell and Gene Pharmaceuticals

  • Strategic challenges in complex international supply chains
  • Patient Safety and Security
  • Traceability
  • Master Data Management

Radharaman Jha, Vice President- Supply Chain & Data Management, Flaconi

Increasing SCM's Value Contribution

  • In the new post-pandemic supply chain should be viewed as a value creator rather than a traditional cost center of the business
  • SCM improves cashflow across the board and makes a healthy balance sheet with active business participation
  • SCM analytics improves Profitability in business across all initiatives
  • A differentiating E2E value chain network fuels revenue growth

Nadine Ladnar, Supply Chain Performance Manager, ASK Chemicals

Supply Chain Role in Sustainability Strategy Development

  • Industry 4.0 enablers of sustainable supply chain management
  • Best practice corporate supply chain activity prioritization
  • Sustainability and corporate strategy alignment

Dr. Sebastian Fabel, Head of Digital Supply Chain Services, thyssenkrupp Materials Services

E2E Supply Chain Collaboration

  • Today, siloed supply chain optimization within individual companies still is the norm
  • However, to address existing challenges e.g., disruptions or sustainability and regulatory needs, seamless collaboration will be required
  • To realize E2E collaboration requires adequate value-sharing models, data architecture and models as well as governance approaches, which makes it quite complex
  • In this session, thyssenkrupp Materials Services showcases its E2E supply chain projects and success factors

Stefan Bernotat, Unit Lead Supply Chain Logistics Digitalization, Siemens Gamesa

Why UX Design is Essential for the Digital Logistics Transformation

  • Transforming the Supply Chain at Siemens Gamesa
  • Lessons learned about the importance of UX in the digital transformation
  • Improvement of data quality
  • Support different user groups and avoid frustration

Bas van Sambeek, Former Director Supply Chain Transformation, Philips Domestic Appliances

Manage your Bullwhip Through Supply Chain Visibility

  • Reducing Supply Chain footprint risks
  • Avoid unnecessary supply chain cost and inventory
  • A lever for modularisation
  • Fueling your supply chain collaboration

Danniel Gonzalez, Head of E2E Supply Chain, General Motors

Fortune Favors the Prepared - How to Build More Resilience to Your Supply Chain with General Available Data

  • Increasing Disruptions
  • Consequences
  • Mitigation Strategy

Eugenio Cavenaghi, Managing Director, Head of Working Capital Advisory and Structured Trade, Europe, Banco Santander

Inventory Finance and Supply Chain Disruptions

  • According to recent surveys, about one fourth of industrial Corporates are stocking up critical raw materials to avoid supply chain disruptions. This creates new financing challenges but smart sourcing techniques like Inventory Finance allow to increase safety stocks without draining too much of the company's liquidity
  • There are live case studies in several sectors that are worth sharing

Dr Jay Daniel, Senior Lecturer, Supply Chain & Business Analytics
Programme Leader, MSc Global Operations & Supply Chain Management, Derby Business School

Blockchain technology in Supply Chain: How to Unblock the Chain

  • Competing in the Age of AI
  • Blockchain and Industry 4.0
  • Industry Case Study – Adoption of Blockchain in Supply Chain

Robert Stumpf, Vice President Business Development, One Data

Collaboration through Exchange: Building Supply Chain Resilience with Data Products via Wavetrade

  • Resilience is anchored to the visibility supply chain leaders have to identify and access available inventory across their own supply and the various suppliers they work with
  • How data products became the backbone of producing 3.1bn vaccines across an 18-partner manufacturing network to help meet real-time expectations and delivery timelines
  • Wavetrade and how it is helping companies solve challenges with component shortages while gaining visibility into available materials through an exchange platform designed for global use

Karsten Jaeger, Vice President Supply Chain Management - International, Miele/

E2E Supply Chain : The Balancing Act of Supply Chain Optimisation

  • Different Customer requirements are a challenge for a reliable E2E Supply Chain
  • Establish a fast, stable & flexible SC network fulfilling customer requirements
  • Reflect all impacts into an overall SC strategy
  • Use intelligent processes and systems to drive real time & transparent SC
  • Consider new requirements & competences to our SC teams to be developed

 

Tackling Supply Chains Risks With Digitalisation

The last two years have been pushing companies to rethink long-established strategies and there is not much time left to come up with new concepts. Covid and Ukraine have been amplifiers, root causes are global imbalances and – paradoxically – successful lean practices. With new (economic and potentially military) conflicts knocking at the door, it’s not easy to predict how future supply chains will be structured. Companies should adapt to “worst case scenarios” to enable resilient supply chains - more flexible and decentralized, yet efficient.

Why is Digitalization key to make this necessary transformation a success? AI, IoT, AR, Adaptive Manufacturing and Blockchain just really started to re-shape supply chain strategies. The convergence of physical and digital processes through IoT and AI creates a transformation from linear supply chains towards digitally enabled supply networks - connected, intelligent, scalable, adaptable and fast. Blockchain can increase trust and transparency in complex and partly automated business relationships. 4.0 manufacturing technologies set the path for de-centralisation and regionalisation. To make this transformation a success physical data and relationships need to be mirrored in a Digital Twin of the supply chains.

At Supply Chain 4.0 Strategy Day we will discuss where we stand today and what we should do now and in near future to have resilient supply chains in the medium and long run.

Interactive Networking Format

  • Inspiring talks (Cutting-edge business cases, strategies, technology, best management practices, analysis, methods)
  • Workshops
  • Networking meetings
  • Online archive and community

 

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Topics

  • Current global supply chain crisis
  • Industry 4.0 and supply chains
  • Key enablers for digital SCM models
  • Digital Supply Networks (DSN)
  • IoT linking physical and digital world
  • SCM transformation strategies
  • Supply chain risk management
  • Improving CO2 footprints
  • Supply Chain platforms and new business models
  • Increasing SCM’s value contribution
  • Route-to-market strategy
  • Data integration
  • Digital Twins of supply chains
  • Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in SCM
  • M2M communication
  • End-to-End transparency in the supply chain
  • Blockchains as trust boosters?
  • Cyber security in digitalised supply chains
  • Augmented reality
  • Big data, predictive analytics and AI in SCM
  • Autonomous cyber-physical systems
  • Robotics
  • Real time visualisation
  • Smart maintenance
  • Regulatory trends

Very meaningful event for know-how transfer, strategy definition and networking in an intimate, productive and easy-going environment. I received very good inputs for my digital strategy and defined new brilliant starting points. Looking forward to the next event.

Katharina Uribe Casillas, VP Global Business Development Automotive & Industrial, Kuehne + Nagel Management AG

Thank you for facilitating this amazingly well informed conference. I have took and learned a lot from it.

Muftah Benomran, CEO, Rural Concepts Group

This event was super! All talks have been inspiring. I learned a lot. Thanks for this.

Franziska Mair, Senior Manager Digital Innovation, PAUL HARTMANN AG

Thank you – very good event with interesting presentations – I can fully recommend it.

Lars Erdmann, Partner, Q_Perior AG

Thank you very much for a really entertaining and very exciting day delivering ideas and inspirations on various levels.

Stefan Jörgens, Director R&D, Albrecht JUNG GmbH & Co.KG

CETActivity
08:00Start Registration
08:30Opening by the chairman
08:45Key enablers for a digital SCM 4.0 Models – A Pharmaceutical Retail Omnichannel Approach
  • Definition, Scope and Importance of Digital SCM 4.0 Models
  • The Key Enablers: Robotics, Data Analytics, AI
  • The Implementation Challenges
  • Conclusion & Future Trends
    Miguel Martins da Silva, Group Chief Supply Chain Officer at Dr. Max BDC Holding
  • 09:15Inventory Finance and Supply Chain Disruptions
  • According to recent surveys, about one fourth of industrial Corporates are stocking up critical raw materials to avoid supply chain disruptions. This creates new financing challenges but smart sourcing techniques like Inventory Finance allow to increase safety stocks without draining too much of the company's liquidity
  • There are live case studies in several sectors that are worth sharing
    Eugenio Cavenaghi, Managing Director, Head of Working Capital Advisory and Structured Trade, Europe, Banco Santander
  • 09:45E2E Supply Chain Collaboration
  • Today, siloed supply chain optimization within individual companies still is the norm
  • However, to address existing challenges e.g., disruptions or sustainability and regulatory needs, seamless collaboration will be required
  • To realize E2E collaboration requires adequate value-sharing models, data architecture and models as well as governance approaches, which makes it quite complex
  • In this session, thyssenkrupp Materials Services showcases its E2E supply chain projects and success factors
    Dr. Sebastian Fabel, Head of Digital Supply Chain Services, thyssenkrupp Materials Services
  • 10:15Collaboration through Exchange: Building Supply Chain Resilience with Data Products via Wavetrade
  • Resilience is anchored to the visibility supply chain leaders have to identify and access available inventory across their own supply and the various suppliers they work with
  • How data products became the backbone of producing 3.1bn vaccines across an 18-partner manufacturing network to help meet real-time expectations and delivery timelines
  • Wavetrade and how it is helping companies solve challenges with component shortages while gaining visibility into available materials through an exchange platform designed for global use
    Robert Stumpf, Vice President Business Development, One Data
  • 10:45Coffee Break with Optional Networking
    11:00
    11:15E2E Supply Chain : The Balancing Act of Supply Chain Optimisation
  • Different Customer requirements are a challenge for a reliable E2E Supply Chain
  • Establish a fast, stable & flexible SC network fulfilling customer requirements
  • Reflect all impacts into an overall SC strategy
  • Use intelligent processes and systems to drive real time & transparent SC
  • Consider new requirements & competences to our SC teams to be developed
    Karsten Jaeger, Vice President Supply Chain Management - International, Miele
  • 11:45Increasing SCM's Value Contribution
  • In the new post-pandemic supply chain should be viewed as a value creator rather than a traditional cost center of the business
  • SCM improves cashflow across the board and makes a healthy balance sheet with active business participation
  • SCM analytics improves Profitability in business across all initiatives
  • A differentiating E2E value chain network fuels revenue growth
    Radharaman Jha, Vice President- Supply Chain & Data Management, Flaconi
  • 12:15Lunch with Optional Networking
    13:30Blockchain technology in Supply Chain: How to Unblock the Chain
    Competing in the Age of AI

  • Blockchain and Industry 4.0
  • Industry Case Study – Adoption of Blockchain in Supply Chain
    Dr Jay Daniel, Senior Lecturer, Supply Chain & Business Analytics
    Programme Leader, MSc Global Operations & Supply Chain Management, Derby Business School
  • 14:00Fortune Favors the Prepared - How to Build More Resilience to Your Supply Chain with General Available Data
  • Increasing Disruptions
  • Consequences
  • Mitigation Strategy
    Danniel Gonzalez, Head of E2E Supply Chain, General Motors
  • 14:30Why UX Design is Essential for the Digital Logistics Transformation
  • Transforming the Supply Chain at Siemens Gamesa
  • Lessons learned about the importance of UX in the digital transformation
  • Improvement of data quality
  • Support different user groups and avoid frustration
    Stefan Bernotat, Unit Lead Supply Chain Logistics Digitalization, Siemens Gamesa
  • 15:00Coffee Break with Optional Networking
    15:15Trends in Supply Chain Orchestration and Managing Chain of
  • Identity in Cell and Gene Pharmaceuticals
  • Strategic challenges in complex international supply chains
  • Patient Safety and Security
  • Traceability
  • Master Data Management
    Paul Dennemann, Owner, Mutatis Mutandis Consulting
  • 15:45Manage your Bullwhip Through Supply Chain Visibility
  • Reducing Supply Chain footprint risks
  • Avoid unnecessary supply chain cost and inventory
  • A lever for modularisation
  • Fueling your supply chain collaboration
    Bas van Sambeek, Former Director Supply Chain Transformation, Philips Domestic Appliances
  • 16:15Supply Chain Role in Sustainability Strategy Development
  • Industry 4.0 enablers of sustainable supply chain management
  • Best practice corporate supply chain activity prioritization
  • Sustainability and corporate strategy alignment
    Nadine Ladnar, Supply Chain Performance Manager, ASK Chemicals
  • 16:45Closing discussion and wrap-up
    CETActivity
    08:00Start Registration
    08:30Opening by the chairman
    08:45Key enablers for a digital SCM 4.0 Models – A Pharmaceutical Retail Omnichannel Approach
  • Definition, Scope and Importance of Digital SCM 4.0 Models
  • The Key Enablers: Robotics, Data Analytics, AI
  • The Implementation Challenges
  • Conclusion & Future Trends
    Miguel Martins da Silva, Group Chief Supply Chain Officer at Dr. Max BDC Holding
  • 09:15Inventory Finance and Supply Chain Disruptions
  • According to recent surveys, about one fourth of industrial Corporates are stocking up critical raw materials to avoid supply chain disruptions. This creates new financing challenges but smart sourcing techniques like Inventory Finance allow to increase safety stocks without draining too much of the company's liquidity
  • There are live case studies in several sectors that are worth sharing
    Eugenio Cavenaghi, Managing Director, Head of Working Capital Advisory and Structured Trade, Europe, Banco Santander
  • 09:45E2E Supply Chain Collaboration
  • Today, siloed supply chain optimization within individual companies still is the norm
  • However, to address existing challenges e.g., disruptions or sustainability and regulatory needs, seamless collaboration will be required
  • To realize E2E collaboration requires adequate value-sharing models, data architecture and models as well as governance approaches, which makes it quite complex
  • In this session, thyssenkrupp Materials Services showcases its E2E supply chain projects and success factors
    Dr. Sebastian Fabel, Head of Digital Supply Chain Services, thyssenkrupp Materials Services
  • 10:15Collaboration through Exchange: Building Supply Chain Resilience with Data Products via Wavetrade
  • Resilience is anchored to the visibility supply chain leaders have to identify and access available inventory across their own supply and the various suppliers they work with
  • How data products became the backbone of producing 3.1bn vaccines across an 18-partner manufacturing network to help meet real-time expectations and delivery timelines
  • Wavetrade and how it is helping companies solve challenges with component shortages while gaining visibility into available materials through an exchange platform designed for global use
    Robert Stumpf, Vice President Business Development, One Data
  • 10:45Coffee Break with Optional Networking
    11:00
    11:15E2E Supply Chain : The Balancing Act of Supply Chain Optimisation
  • Different Customer requirements are a challenge for a reliable E2E Supply Chain
  • Establish a fast, stable & flexible SC network fulfilling customer requirements
  • Reflect all impacts into an overall SC strategy
  • Use intelligent processes and systems to drive real time & transparent SC
  • Consider new requirements & competences to our SC teams to be developed
    Karsten Jaeger, Vice President Supply Chain Management - International, Miele
  • 11:45Increasing SCM's Value Contribution
  • In the new post-pandemic supply chain should be viewed as a value creator rather than a traditional cost center of the business
  • SCM improves cashflow across the board and makes a healthy balance sheet with active business participation
  • SCM analytics improves Profitability in business across all initiatives
  • A differentiating E2E value chain network fuels revenue growth
    Radharaman Jha, Vice President- Supply Chain & Data Management, Flaconi
  • 12:15Lunch with Optional Networking
    13:30Blockchain technology in Supply Chain: How to Unblock the Chain
    Competing in the Age of AI

  • Blockchain and Industry 4.0
  • Industry Case Study – Adoption of Blockchain in Supply Chain
    Dr Jay Daniel, Senior Lecturer, Supply Chain & Business Analytics
    Programme Leader, MSc Global Operations & Supply Chain Management, Derby Business School
  • 14:00Fortune Favors the Prepared - How to Build More Resilience to Your Supply Chain with General Available Data
  • Increasing Disruptions
  • Consequences
  • Mitigation Strategy
    Danniel Gonzalez, Head of E2E Supply Chain, General Motors
  • 14:30Why UX Design is Essential for the Digital Logistics Transformation
  • Transforming the Supply Chain at Siemens Gamesa
  • Lessons learned about the importance of UX in the digital transformation
  • Improvement of data quality
  • Support different user groups and avoid frustration
    Stefan Bernotat, Unit Lead Supply Chain Logistics Digitalization, Siemens Gamesa
  • 15:00Coffee Break with Optional Networking
    15:15Trends in Supply Chain Orchestration and Managing Chain of
  • Identity in Cell and Gene Pharmaceuticals
  • Strategic challenges in complex international supply chains
  • Patient Safety and Security
  • Traceability
  • Master Data Management
    Paul Dennemann, Owner, Mutatis Mutandis Consulting
  • 15:45Manage your Bullwhip Through Supply Chain Visibility
  • Reducing Supply Chain footprint risks
  • Avoid unnecessary supply chain cost and inventory
  • A lever for modularisation
  • Fueling your supply chain collaboration
    Bas van Sambeek, Former Director Supply Chain Transformation, Philips Domestic Appliances
  • 16:15Supply Chain Role in Sustainability Strategy Development
  • Industry 4.0 enablers of sustainable supply chain management
  • Best practice corporate supply chain activity prioritization
  • Sustainability and corporate strategy alignment
    Nadine Ladnar, Supply Chain Performance Manager, ASK Chemicals
  • 16:45Closing discussion and wrap-up

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