Innovative strategies to realign supply chains for competitive advantage will be at the heart of the Extended Supply Chain conference which takes place in London in March.
Sessions will cover: Supply chain leadership and representation in the boardroom; Developing a responsive and lean supply chain; and Getting smarter about supplier and customer segmentation. Innovative strategies for supply chain finance are also on the agenda, along with leveraging technology to optimise the supply chain.
There will be a series of case studies: Transforming supply chain planning; Structuring the supply chain for a sustainable future; Implementing best practice customer service; perfect order fulfilment; and managing reverse logistics. And panel discussions will look at Global Supply Chain Trends, as well as competing in volatile markets.
Confirmed speakers include:
l Rolls-Royce: Ian Shellard, director of global physical logistics
l Lenovo: Sandra Wellet, vice president EMEA global supply chain
l PepsiCo: Duncan Lowe, vice president, global supply chain
l Cisco: Johan Jemdahl, vice president value chain operations EMEA
l Diageo: Chris Poole, global customer service development director
l Nokia: Kari Kulojärvi, senior vice president, smart devices supply chain
l Lego: Calum Lewis, operations director
l RS Components: Anne Bruggink, global head of service delivery and operations
l Travis Perkins: Robin Proctor, group supply chain director
l World Duty Free Group: Dan Curran, head of supply chain
l ING: Joaquin Jiménez Krijgsman, global head, supply chain finance
Extended Supply Chain 2013 takes place at the Radission Blu Portman Hotel in London from 12-13 March 2013.