Confirmed Speakers for 2023

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Dr Michael Nikolaides

Senior Vice-President Production Network, Supply Chain Management

BMW Group

Dr Michael Nikolaides leads BMW Group’s logistics management since February 2022. He oversees all logistics functions as well as plant allocation and programme planning for the global production network. That includes long-term network design, packaging, responsibility for partner plants, overseas supply, vehicle distribution and supply chain digitalisation. He joined BMW in 2004 and has held roles across production, programme management and strategy, including most recently as senior vice-president for engines and electrified powertrains. Dr Nikolaides studied Physics at the Technical University of Munich and Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts and holds a doctorate in Physics.

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Jean-Christophe Deville

Head of Production and Vehicle Logistics

Toyota Motor Europe

In mid 2021, JC took the head of the vehicle logistics operations for Toyota Motor Europe, in a context of sales growth for Toyota. He started his career in the mid90’s at an automotive Tier 1 supplier, with positions in Europe & China. Joining Toyota in 1999, he held positions in Purchasing, Product planning and Manufacturing. He strives to bring Toyota lean manufacturing methods to vehicle logistics and make vehicle logistic a competitive differentiator for Toyota.

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Giulia Gherardi

Global Head of Outbound Logistics

Volvo Cars

Giulia Gherardi is responsible for Volvo Cars’ vehicle logistics across its global manufacturing and distribution operations. As one of the key leaders in the carmaker’s supply chain management team, she has a focus on outbound logistics strategy, global distribution network design, sourcing and digital transformation. She assumed her current role in May 2022 after leading other key functions in programme management, outbound logistics engineering and strategy for Europe and intercontinental and global planning and distribution transformation. She joined Volvo Cars in 2018 having previously worked at McKinsey & Company focused on supply chain transformation, and as head of supply chain for home and living ecommerce firm Westwing Home & Living. Originally from Italy, she has a degree in management engineering from the University of Bologna and an MsC from the Polytechnic University of Milan.

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Martin Corner

Head of Supply Chain and Logistics

Aston Martin

Martin Corner took responsibility for Aston Martin’s supply chain management in May 2022. He is helping to shape a global, fully integrated organisation across the British luxury carmaker as it expands operations and volume. He previously led Volvo Cars’ global supply chain management function, combining the global teams in operations planning and supply chain logistics, including inbound parts, outbound finished vehicles and aftersales. Prior to Volvo, Martin Corner was vice-president of supply chain management at Nissan Europe and led production control for the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. He has more than 20 years of automotive experience.

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Marzell Bandur

Vice President Transport Management & Interlogistics Solutions

Robert Bosch

Marzell Bandur has been Vice President Transport Management & Interlogistics Solutions of Robert Bosch GmbH since July 2020. He joined Bosch in May 2018 being responsible for Logistics Optimization, IT and Innovation. He comes from the automaker Opel where he was Director Supply Chain Planning for a number of years. Prior to this, Marzell held the positions of Director Supply Operations Europe and Director Supply Chain Bochum at Adam Opel.


Christian Schindler

Head of Marketing & Sales


Christian Schindler has over 30 years of experience in the transport, logistics and aviation industry. Since 2021, he has been responsible for Global Key Account Management at time:matters, including Marketing, Sales Steering, Pricing and Tender Management on a global level. Previously, he was Head of Commercial at Lufthansa Aviation Training, Head of KAM at LSG Sky Chefs and Senior Director at several Lufthansa Group Airlines with responsibility for several foreign subsidiaries. He is also a board member of German Industry UK, the German Korean Chamber of Commerce and the Star Alliance. He began his professional career as a trainee at the Lufthansa Group in 1996 after completing his studies in economics.

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Henner Lehne

Vice President – Vehicle & Powertrain Group

S&P Global Mobility (formerly IHS Markit)

Henner Lehne is the Vice President of the global Vehicle and Powertrain group for the global Mobility division at S&P Global. In this role he is responsible for the global light vehicle sales, production and powertrain forecast services, the medium heavy commercial vehicle research, Parc/VIO forecasting as well as future mobility research. Henner leads an experienced team of over 150 analysts located in the world's key automotive regions. In 2005 Henner joined CSM Worldwide as a market analyst, forecasting vehicle sales in Europe and since then has taken an active role in the growth story of the Mobility Division at S&P Global. Prior to joining CSM Worldwide, Henner worked in the central marketing department at Porsche AG in Stuttgart. Henner holds a degree in international business and marketing from Fontys University of Professional Education, located in The Netherlands.

Francisco Carranza, Automotive Cells Company

Francisco Carranza



Francisco Carranza is the chief executive for Basquevolt, a battery cell and energy storage startup that aims to become a leader in solid state batteries. It was founded in 2022 and aims to produce solid state batteries by 2027; it is also bringing to market new electrolyte and anode technology for lithium-ion batteries. Previously, Carranza led strategy, sales and marketing, and was a member of the executive committee for battery cell producer ACC, a venture between Stellantis, Mercedes-Benz and Saft. During his career he has worked in vehicle R&D, external affairs, corporate planning and in managing new business opportunities such as connected services, electric vehicle grid integration (V2G, smart charging), renewable energy generation and stationary energy storage using second life vehicle lithium batteries. Francisco Carranza has two engineering degrees (Escuela Superior de Ingenieros of Sevilla and Ecole Nationale Superieur de Petrole et Moteurs) and an MBA (EM Lyon and Cranfield School of Management).

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Peter Reinshagen

Managing Director


After graduating with an MBA in 1993, Peter Reinshagen began his career creating joint ventures for Faurecia in China and India and worked in consulting and building industry before joining GEFCO in 2002 as China Project Manager. In 2004, he became GEFCO Key Account Director for the automotive industry. In 2009, he was nominated GEFCO Project Director for the implementation of inbound and outbound supply chains, with a focus on rail for the PSA/Mitsubishi automotive plant project in Kaluga. After a two years general manager position in aerospace logistics, he joined Ermewa as Managing Director in 2016. Ermewa changed shareholders in 2021 to DWS and CDPQ and since is strongly pursuing growth opportunities in the railcar rental market in Europe.

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Wiebe Helder

Chief Executive Officer


Wiebe Helder is the founder and chief executive officer of Cargobase, an enterprise software company that aims to make the lives of logistics professionals as simple as possible. Once working for a logistics service provider, where he found himself at the receiving end of convoluted – not to mention antiquated –processes including emails, phone calls and spreadsheets, Wiebe Helder’s operational experience spurred him to develop a solution that meets the objectives of senior management, gives operational users a unique user-friendly experience and works across any region or industry. His no-nonsense approach took his vision from concept to reality via Cargobase. Today, Cargobase serves as transportation management software supporting Fortune 500 companies across 50 countries.


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BU Manager – Industrial IoT


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Bettina Weiss

Chief of Staff & Corporate Strategy


As Chief of Staff & Corporate Strategy, Bettina Weiss reports to SEMI’s President & CEO and manages a broad portfolio of responsibilities. Major focus areas include advancing specific global strategic initiatives such as SEMI’s Smart Mobility and Supply Chain initiatives and SEMI University, facilitate thought leadership (Think Tanks) activities in key strategic areas as well as improving organizational efficiency, alignment and financial sustainability. In addition, Weiss is the Sr. Liaison to the SEMI Board of Industry Leaders, leading strategic partnerships and M&A activity, and supporting the President & CEO in successfully creating a highly effective, agile global association. Weiss joined SEMI in 1996 and held a variety of positions in SEMI’s International Standards department, including department lead, global responsibility for SEMI's Photovoltaic/Solar Business Unit, business development including the integration of SEMI Strategic Association Partners FlexTech, MEMS & Sensors Industry Group, ESD Alliance and the SOI Consortium. Prior to joining SEMI, Weiss worked in sales and marketing positions at Metron Semiconductor and Varian Semiconductor in Munich, Germany. She holds a BA from the International School for Applied Languages in Munich, Germany, and is a certified translator for Anglo-American Law and Economics.

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Mike Sturgeon

Executive Director


Mike Sturgeon has been Executive Director of ECG – the Association of European Vehicle Logistics – since March 2010. Representing over 100 European companies from almost 30 countries who move finished vehicles by road, river, rail and sea. For over 25 years ECG has provided a platform for the Finished Vehicle Logistics sector through a Secretariat based in Brussels. Mike has more than 20 years’ experience in the automotive logistics sector which has included a wide variety of roles working both for an OEM (16 years with Toyota) and also for logistics suppliers (LSPs). This extensive experience in all aspects of managing the finished vehicle supply chain has provided the ideal background to effectively represent this specialised industry at European level in all respects. Prior to joining the motor industry Mike had a varied career which included 8 years in the military (unusually he served in both the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force) and a short spell as a stockbroker.

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Andreea Serbu

Senior Manager External Affairs


Andreea Serbu joined ECG – The Association of European Vehicle Logistics in 2019. Before that, she graduated in International Relations at the Ca’ Foscari University in Venice and moved to Brussels for a traineeship at the Council of the European Union. At ECG, she started as Research and Projects Manager managing joint working groups between ECG Members and car manufacturers on topics such as capacity, health and safety and sustainability and was responsible for the organisation of some ECG events like the Eastern Regional and the ECG Academy Alumni meetings. Since May 2022, Andreea is Senior Manager External Affairs and focusses on fostering the association's relations with members, partners and the industry while staying responsible for the sustainability working group and its main project on standardisation of emissions reporting and calculation in automotive supply chains.


Jean-François Salles

Global Vice President of Supply Chain

Renault Group

Jean-François Salles is a senior executive with over 25 years experience in automotive manufacturing, logistics and supply chain management. He currently leads Group Renault’s supply chain and logistics activities as Global Vice President of Supply Chain, a role he has held since 2020. Previously, Jean-Francois was Alliance Global Director of Supply Chain at Renault-Nissan -Mitsubishi for 5 years, and General Manager of Capacity Planning and Control at the Renault-Nissan Alliance between 2011 – 2015. He started his career with Renault Group in 1996 succeeding in numerous roles including Project Manager Trim and Chassis Logistics, Industrial Strategy Manager and Plant Quality Manager.
Jean-Francois was also President of GALIA between 2009-2014 and graduated from Ecole Centrale de Paris with a degree in manufacturing engineering in 1992.

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Levent Yuksel

Freight Operations Director

Jaguar Land Rover

Levent Yuksel is responsible for Jaguar Land Rover’s inbound logistics and finished vehicle distribution operations across its global network. His scope involves parts collection and delivery for manufacturing, logistics network optimisation, packaging planning, finished vehicle delivery to global markets and dealers in certain regions. As the operational part of JLR’s Supply Chain Organisation, his role is key to ensure that parts are on time for production and the vehicles are delivered to the network as per customers’ expectation through seamless integration across the end-to-end supply chain in close partnership with logistics providers. Sustainability forms a basis for planning process starting from packaging planning until last mile to the customer. Yuksel has been with JLR since 2013 in central logistics functions. Prior to JLR, he worked at Toyota Turkey and Japan in production and logistics functions before leading inbound and outbound logistics for Toyota Motor Europe. He has a strong track record in continuous improvement, network efficiency and operations management.

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Matthias Braun

Head of Logistics


Matthias Braun is responsible for developing the end-to-end logistics and supply chain network for PowerCo, the newly formed battery cell production division of the Volkswagen Group, which will establish gigafactories across Europe and in other regions, with locations already confirmed including the first at Salzgitter, Germany. Braun took on the role in January 2022 shortly after the company was formed, responsible for the logistics across battery cell production, including planning, network design, organisation and operational material flow and defining the digital support for all this. Prior to this, Matthias Braun was head of digitalisation and new concept development at Volkswagen Konzernlogistik (Group Logistics), which manages logistics across group brands, where he was responsible for implementing new technologies in supply chain management, including artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles. He joined Volkswagen in 1999 and has worked within different logistic organisations of the VW Group in areas including pre-series logistics, order management, inbound logistics and network planning.


Sean Bricknell

Head of Global Inbound Logistics and Packaging

Volvo Cars

Sean Bricknell has led global inbound logistics and packaging at Volvo Cars since 2021, responsible for engineering and operations across both functions for Volvo Cars production in Europe, Asia and the US. He is also playing a key role in the carmaker’s global supply chain management transformation, including for digitalisation, sustainability and electrification. Prior to joining Volvo Cars, Bricknell was new business development manager for BLG Logistics in South Africa, having previously worked in various leadership positions at Schnellecke Logistics. He spent 18 years at General Motors in a range of logistics roles in engineering, planning and management in South Africa, Asia Pacific and North America.

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Michael Schuetrumpf

Head of Contract Logistics

DP World Europe

Michael Schuetrumpf became Head of Contract Logistics for DP World Europe in January 2023. Previously Michael served as Head of Global Automotive with responsibility for operational execution to customer requirements, customer relationship management and P+L delivery for syncreon’s global Automotive division. Prior to that Michael was responsible for the Company’s Automotive segment in EMEA & APAC. He joined the syncreon team in 2005 and had various responsibilities in sales and operations like Global Account Management for all customers assisting the growth of syncreon’s business globally. Prior to joining syncreon Michael was working for a Global 1st tier supplier as a Key Account as well as a Project Manager in module development. He holds a Business Degree from Ludwig-Maximilian-University.

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Richard Campbell

Senior Director of Global Packaging

Volvo Cars

Richard Campbell joined Volvo Cars in 2022 in a newly created role leading the carmaker’s global packaging operations. He is responsible for driving strategic packaging design, commercial development and industrialisation, and all packaging related to the inbound transport of production parts to Volvo’s global plants. Campbell has rich experience in logistics and packaging across manufacturers, 3PLs and packaging companies, including commercial leadership roles at returnable packaging specialist Chep, and packaging manufacturers IPL Macro and MJ Solpac.

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Hans Ehm

Senior Principle Supply Chain Management

Infineon Technologies

Hans Ehm is an open and innovative engineer with over 35 years of semiconductor experience in wafer fabrication, assembly & test and in global end-to-end supply chains. He is responsible for supply chain innovation across Infineon’s value stream including supply chain strategy, partnerships and the Infineon Supply Chain Academy activities. During his career he has held the position of chairman of the European Leadership Team of the Supply Chain Council and is a past board member of APICS SCC.

He holds a degree in Physics from HS Munich in Germany and a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from Oregon State University in the USA.


Ken Allen

Chairman of the Board


One of the most experienced logistics executives in the industry, Allen previously served 36 years with the Deutsche Post DHL Group in various roles and capacities including 13 years as member of the board and three years as the CEO of DHL eCommerce solutions. Best known for leading the global transformation of DHL Express for over a decade, Allen transformed the finances of the company from a loss-making subsidiary (2008 losses over $3bn) to profits in excess of €2bn by 2019. He is a published author on business transformation and an in-demand keynote speaker. He joined CNW in 2022, where his focus is on scaling the company and pursing a growth agenda in line with strong market demand.

Manfred Schmidt

Manfred Schmidt

VP, Global Accounts EMEA


Focused on the EMEA markets, Manfred oversees Li-Cycle’s battery supply customer team, as well as existing and new battery supply customer relationships, and execution of its business development strategy. Additionally, he supports Li-Cycle’s execution of its global expansion as the company looks to bring commercial lithium-ion recycling technologies to the EMEA markets. Manfred brings extensive international expertise to his current role, having served as Vice President of Sales at a German system provider for electromobility and industrial applications with lithium-ion battery solutions in Europe and North America. Previously he was the Head of Key Account Management for Hoppecke Batterien GmbH (“Hoppecke”) in Germany, a leader in industrial batteries and energy storage solutions. In addition to Manfred’s 20 years of experience in commercial business development and customer relations, he also holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.


Marcin Koziak

Head of Prilo Marketplace


Marcin Koziak, Head of Prilo Marketplace, has been working in the automotive industry for one of the leaders in European car transportation, Adampol SA since 2007. For several years he’d been tasked with logistics operations in the Forwarding Department, cooperation with key transport service providers as well as designing, implementing and developing internal IT systems. Since 2021 he devoted himself entirely to the creation and development of the Prilo platform, which currently connects over 2000 registered users. Marcin is an enthusiast of the Agile approach in the design of logistics processes and due to the many years of experience in the car transport industry, he knows and understands the challenges both shippers and carriers face.


Achim Glass

SVP, Head of Global Business Development Automotive + New Mobility


Achim is a passionate business developer and has been working for Kuehne + Nagel for over twenty-five years in various management positions in multiple countries. He is a professional freight forwarder with particular areas of expertise in seafreight and airfreight. As of May 2015 he is directing Kuehne + Nagel’s global automotive business. In that capacity Achim is constantly traveling to the automotive hot spots of this world and has deep understanding of the automotive industries trends and challenges and initiated the companies transformation from traditional automotive to new mobility. Achim is a specialist in inbound to manufacturing and after-market logistics. He is recognized in the industry for pioneering lithium battery life cycle logistics and is passionate about supply chain decarbonization. Achim holds a degree in economics from Germany’s oldest private business school for transportation and foreign trade (DAV) as well as a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management studies from Oxford Brookes University in England. In 2005 he successfully acquired an Executive MBA in Logistics from University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. Besides his German mother tongue he speaks English and Spanish fluently.

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Andreas Elm

Director of Product


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Jaroslaw Maszczak

Senior Vice President


Jaroslaw Maszczak began at RPM 3.5 years ago and as Senior Vice President, he plays a key role in RPM’s growth. He has over 13 years of automotive logistics experience, studied international relations at Nicolaus Copernicus University, and is a graduate of the ECG Academy earning his certificate in Automobile Logistics Management. Using his experience in finished vehicle logistics, he oversees both the Operations department and the Carrier Department. He is passionate about maintaining great relationships with customers, business partners, and his team members. Characteristics like his assertiveness and motivation make him an agile leader who is always striving to reach his goals.

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Dieter Braun

Head of Supply Chain


Dieter Braun became Head of Audi Brand Logistics in May 2019, and from October that year took over responsibility for the newly established Supply Chain area. In this function, he manages cross-plant logistics processes, such as program planning, international logistics, pre-series logistics, and transport logistics. He is also responsible for the logistics planning and plant logistics functions of Audi globally.
After studying Industrial Engineering at the University of Karlsruhe (KIT), Dieter Braun began his career at Audi at the Neckarsulm plant in 1991. He has worked in vehicle steering and various tasks both within and outside of logistics, particularly in the area of cost optimisation and reorganisation, and later logistics planning at the Neckarsulm location. He then moved to Puebla, Mexico to work for Volkswagen de México, where he headed logistics planning and operative logistics. He returned to Neckarsulm as head of plant Logistics in 2005, and later took on implementation of the Audi Production System and industrial engineering. He moved in 2016 to Product Line Organisation, where he was responsible for all Audi vehicles with a transverse engine.

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Paulina Chmielarz

Manufacturing Director

Jaguar Land Rover

Paulina Chmielarz leads Jaguar Land Rover’s central manufacturing office, including industrial strategy, systems and planning, make/buy decisions, and in-plant logistics operations. She has been with JLR since 2016, during which time she has played key roles in Jaguar Land Rover’s global production and logistics processes, systems and engineering. She was essential in developing JLR’s material and logistics flows for its plant in Nitra, Slovakia, and later held roles in defining business processes and manufacturing systems. She has previously worked in a variety of industries including machining, medical equipment, electronics and automotive, including for a tier-1 suppliers and Chinese OEM Qoros. She graduated from Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland, in 2008 with a double Master’s Degree in mechanical engineering.

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Marjorie Vanhoucke

General Manager, FVL Operations

Renault Group

In March 2023, Marjorie Vanhoucke became head of finished vehicle logistics operations for the Renault Group, responsible for outbound logistics at the OEM. Prior to that, she led Renault Group’s drive to digitalise vehicle logistics services from factory to final customer delivery, focused on areas including network design, carrier and supplier communication, flow management, as well as tracking vehicles across transport modes and using different technologies, including telematics and developing new tools. Vanhoucke has been with Renault for 20 years across a variety of supply chain and logistics roles, from helping to set up the logistics for the Renault-Nissan factory in Chennai, India, leading on supply chain projects for new models across the alliance, and digitalisation focus in cross-alliance outbound logistics projects. She has a degree in engineering from Grenoble Institute of Technology.

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Étienne Jacob

Global Supply Chain Director

Plastic Omnium

Étienne Jacob is responsible for global supply chain management and logistics across tier-1 supplier Plastic Omnium’s Intelligent Exterior Systems Division, overseeing logistics planning, packaging, digitalisation and in-plant logistics for more than 60 plants globally. He joined Plastic Omnium in 2021, where he has been expanding the supplier’s logistics team and setting out its supply chain strategy. Étienne previously worked more than 20 years at PSA Group and then Stellantis, where he took on increasingly senior roles across supply chain engineering, transport and packaging; he most recently led supply chain activities for Opel/Vauxhall. Étienne Jacob has a degree in manufacturing, engineering and supply chain from INSA Lyon in France.

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Adam Misiak

Head of Logistics Europe


Adam Misiak is an end-to-end supply chain leader with over 25 years’ experience across automotive, industrial, freight forwarding, FMCG and retail. He currently leads Yazaki’s logistics operations in Europe, a role he has held since early 2021. Adam joined Yazaki in 2019 as Global Head of Logistics Procurement then took also responsibility for EMEA Logistics Operations. Prior to joining Yazaki, Adam supported several supply chain consultancies in Switzerland, France and Poland, overlapping with an 18-year tenure at Delphi, Europe where he held numerous supply chain and logistics roles, most recently including Global Director, International Logistics and Regional Supply Chain Director EMEA. In the early years of his career, Adam worked for the Automotive Components Group in Spain and Poland and spent 2 years in Michigan, USA at General Motors.

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Abdirahman Ikar

Head of Material Planning and Logistics Europe

Hanon Systems

Abdirahman Ikar leads Material Planning and Logistics Europe for South Korean Tier-1 Hanon Systems since May 2021 and before he was responsible for global MP&L for Hanon´s Electronics and Fluid Pressure Division. He previously led the global logistics and supply chain of Magna Powertrain-FPC Group with main focus on driving “end to end supply chain”, innovating global operation footprint, operational excellence and digital transformation before Hanon acquired it in 2019. Ikar has also held senior supply chain roles at Deutz AG, Winkelmann Powertrain and Leica Geosystems. He has 25 years’ supply chain experience across diverse industry suppliers and logistics providers and is a member of the advisory board at Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation. Abdirahman Ikar holds a Diploma degree from the University of Applied Sciences Cologne in Germany.

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Rainer Kiefer

Executive Vice President, Global Head of Sales

DB Schenker

Dr. Rainer Kiefer is EVP Global Head of Sales for DB Schenker. Rainer joined DB Schenker in 2016 as EVP Contract Logistics and Supply Chain Development. His responsibilities comprised business development, solution design, innovation, marketing, contract management, global operations for top accounts, and CL strategy. Before joining Schenker he was CEO of CYBERPORT, a German E-Commerce player, with some 700 Mio in revenues and 700 employees. CYBERPORT is part of BURDA, a German Media and E-Commerce conglomerate. Prior to his CEO role he held various MD and board roles within BURDA’s E-Commerce arm. He started his career at McKinsey where he focused on logistics and retail as a junior partner. Rainer studied economics and statistics in London, Munich and Florence.

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Luis Wilhelmi de Cal

General Manager

Hyundai Glovis Europe

Since 2020, Luis Wilhelmi is responsible for managing business development and sales for Hyundai Glovis Europe, which is the global logistics division of the Hyundai Motor Group responsible for the European logistics of its brands Hyundai, Kia and Genesis. Wilhelmi is responsible for working with these OEM clients fore full responsibility of vehicle logistics from factory or ports of entry straight through dealer delivery, across all transport modes. Wilhelmi has more than 30 years’ experience in European vehicle logistics, including operations, procurement and senior leadership roles at Groupe CAT and Tradiso in Spain, Germany, Romania and Poland.


Dennis Feddern

Head of Yard and Workshop Solutions


Dennis Feddern is active for INFORM since 2014. With a background in Mathematics, he is looking back to several years of implementing logistics software in many productions facilities in the automotive industry. Dennis focuses on the Vehicle Logistics sector since 2019 and was recently appointed Head of Yard- and Workshop Solutions. It is his passion to design solutions that use mathematical algorithms and AI to handle the complex challenges of our industry. His motivation is to see the impact, satisfaction and resilience that mathematics can give us.

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Peter Baumann

VP Global Key Account Management


Peter Baumann joined CEVA Logistics in 2012 as Vice President Global Accounts and is currently responsible for developing and managing the strategic and commercial relationships with CEVA’s key automotive customers. Additionally, as Automotive Vertical Head for Europe, Peter looks after strategic accounts within the region. He also leads CEVA’s global I2M (Inbound to Manufacturing) sub-sector. Peter has over 40 years’ experience in the Logistics & Supply Chain Industry, including over 10 years in the Asia Pacific region, holding management and business development roles across a number of leading logistics organisations within the automotive industry.


Julian Schulcz

Chief Operating Officer


Julian Schulcz is Chief Operating Officer at 4flow, responsible for the 4PL area of 4flow management worldwide. He has been with the company since 2004, initially with 4flow consulting where he gained several years of consulting expertise. From 2009, he began to build up 4flow’s 4PL area and with his team at 4flow management, has created a global business that sets new standards in the 4PL industry. This was recognized in 2016 by winning the German Award for Supply Chain Management together with AGCO.

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Andreas Enger

Chief Executive Officer

Höegh Autoliners

Andreas Enger takes the position as CEO of Höegh Autoliners in September 2020. He joined Höegh Autoliners as CFO in September 2019. He is currently Chairman of Posten Norge AS (the Norwegian Postal Service). Until July 2019, he was a Partner at Deloitte holding roles as Head of Financial Advisory in Norway, Nordic lead of Monitor Deloitte and Chief Strategy Officer of Deloitte Nordic. He has previously served as Chief Financial Officer of Norske Skog ASA, Executive management group member in charge of strategy and M&A at Petroleum Geo-Services ASA, Chairman & CEO of Peterson Packaging and Partner of McKinsey & Co. Andreas holds a MSc in Engineering Cybernetics from NTNU in Trondheim, Norway, and a MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.

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Richard Hankinson

Automotive Strategy & Business Development Director


Richard Hankinson has spent over 30 years working for Unipart to optimise supply chains with extensive experience of working with premium brands in the automotive sector across both aftermarket and production logistics. This has included a broad range of senior operational and customer facing leadership roles in the UK, Europe and the US. A highly experienced automotive professional, his current role is leading Unipart Logistics’ global automotive strategy and business development activities. More recently this has been focused on transformative technologies and trends, including electrification, mobility, supply chain resilience, digitisation and sustainability. A particular passion is the rising challenge that electrification brings for the automotive aftermarket across the full lifecycle of EV batteries.