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6-7 November 2023 | SZ Tower – Munich, Germany


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6-7 November 2023 | SZ Tower – Munich, Germany


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Register Now Become a Sponsor

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6-7 November 2023 | SZ Tower – Munich, Germany


Join the conversation #ALSCLIVE

Register Now Become a Sponsor

Explore big ideas and practical solutions to digitally transform logistics and supply chains

The first Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Digital Strategies conference, to be held in Munich on November 6-7, 2023, will delve deep into how OEMs, suppliers and logistics providers can digitise the whole value chain. We know that improving transparency, navigating disruptions, optimising data and increasing predictability are key challenges for all stakeholders – and that implementing a digital strategy will go a long way to resolve those challenges. But how do you actually do that and what steps need to be taken to fully take advantage of new technologies and digital innovations?

The acceleration of digitalisation across the supply chain is why Automotive Logistics is launching its first event dedicated to scaling opportunities which increase visibility, efficiency and value, across the whole supply chain. 

The Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Digital Strategies conference will explore successful digitalisation strategies from automotive logistics leaders and technology experts. It will feature in-depth panel discussions and insights on what technology best fits key supply chain objectives, on how to prioritise digital investments and develop a culture and workforce that embraces new systems and processes. Above all, it will explore how the automotive supply chain can capture greater value from data.

By attending this two-day event, you will hear big ideas and practical solutions, enabling you to:

  • Develop a digitalisation strategy and process which engenders a collaborative approach
  • Understand how the industrial metaverse will transform logistics and supply chain management
  • Achieve greater visibility through the use of an improved transport management system, intelligent control towers and cloud integration
  • Move from legacy IT systems and siloed data, to better EDI and API integration, overcoming interoperability challenges, ownership and trust issues along the way
  • Protect your end-to-end supply chain from malicious cyberattacks
  • Build an agile, collaborative work culture which responds to challenges harmoniously within a data-centric environment

Don’t miss your chance to be at the vanguard of the digital transformation within automotive logistics and supply chain.

Confirmed Speakers at ALSC Digital Strategies

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Jean-Christophe Deville

Vice President of Supply Chain
Toyota Motor Europe

Rene Deist CDO at ZF

Dr René Deist

Chief Digital Officer
ZF Friedrichshafen

Michael Stroebel, BMW

Michael Ströbel

Vice-President of Process Management, Digitalisation in Production
BMW Group

Frank, Goeller, Volkswagen Group

Frank Göller

Head of Digital Production & Processes and Vice-President Internationalisation, Catena-X Volkswagen Group

Paulina Chmielarz, JLR

Paulina Chmielarz

Industrial Operations Digital and Innovation Director

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Dr Gisela Linge

Vice President Global Logistics

Set Your Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Digital Transformation Strategy

visibility and transparency

Visibility and transparency

Exploring best practice and strategies to gain real-time visibility in automotive logistics, from R&D to Tier-N suppliers to final customers through control towers, real-time tracking technology and data exchange initiatives across stakeholders, including Catena-X.
gaining value from data

Gaining value from data

The supply chain is already the source of so much information, but the event will focus on ensuring automotive logistics stakeholders use data to drive better decisions and create more predictive supply chain planning, including using AI and machine learning to support decision making in optimal, sustainable supply chain design.
logistics automation

Logistics automation

Experts will show how advanced technology is now making it more possible to automate logistics processes and operations, from lineside and warehouse handling, through to inbound and finished vehicle logistics network design
and optimisation.
building an agile logistics culture

Building an agile logistics culture

Digital transformation cannot come from technology alone, but requires changes to working practices, training and ways of working across the supply chain. The event will offer insights into how manufacturers and logistics providers are adapting to be data-driven, digital and agile organisations.

Who Should Attend

Automotive Logistics Supply Chain Digital Strategies will offer a deep dive view into key areas of logistics digitalisation and data analytics, including tools to optimise workflows such as digital control towers, transport and yard management, track and trace, freight booking and carrier systems, damage and inspection tools, custom clearance, and more.

  • Logistics and Supply Chain Leaders looking to introduce their workforce to new technologies and upskill their teams
  • Research and Development looking closely at opportunities to use new types of flexible logistics automation, whether in plant supermarkets and warehouses, or finished vehicle yards
  • Inbound and finished vehicle logistics to explore the right digital infrastructure, interoperability and cybersecurity protocols, the process design changes that may be needed to achieve automation
  • Plant and warehouse operations working to forge new ecosystems of tech and startup partners, necessary training and skills
  • Supply chain and IT looking at how to develop the agile working culture needed to keep up with rapid changes and realise ambitions for ‘Logistics 4.0’s
  • Tech and startup partners pointing out the way to more seamless exchange across the supply chain, from the largest OEMs to SMEs across the value chain.


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