Michelle Carter, IAC

Left to right: Christopher Ludwig, Christoph Gemmer, Michelle Carter, Alexander Kohnen

Europe’s automotive supply chain is being pushed to breaking point, from material, transport capacity and driver shortages, to rising fuel costs and supply uncertainty exacerbated by the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Automotive logistics managers are operating under extraordinary circumstances and must apply new supply chain strategies and partnerships to ensure business continuity. With failure not an option, and a collective urgency to keep plants and distribution running, join this session to understand how supply chain stakeholders are mitigating constant disruption.

Wath this panel discuss solutions that range from using data analytics to make supply chains more predictive, to working much more closely with the right suppliers and providers to better prepare and react to the growing volatility of the global automotive landscape.

Michelle Carter, Supply Chain Director Europe, Asia and RSA, International Automotive Components Group
Christoph GemmerVice President Key Account Management Europe Automotive + New Mobility, Kuehne+Nagel
Alexander KohnenCEO, time:matters 

Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

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This session was held on Monday May 2, 2022 during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Europe Conference

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