The first Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Digital Strategies conference, was held in Munich on November 6-7, 2023, and delved 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 launched 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 explored successful digitalisation strategies from automotive logistics leaders and technology experts. It featured 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 explored how the automotive supply chain can capture greater value from data.
The experts talked about big ideas and practical solutions, enabling you to:
Don’t miss your chance to be part of next year's event and be at the vanguard of the digital transformation within automotive logistics and supply chain.
Vice President of Supply Chain
Toyota Motor Europe
Chief Digital Officer
Head of Digital Production & Processes and Vice-President Internationalisation, Catena-X Volkswagen Group
Industrial Operations Digital and Innovation Director
Vice President Global Logistics
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.