Watch: European supply chain needs change in skills and culture to remain global automotive powerhouse

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The European automotive industry has faced a year of crises, but if it invests in the right digital tools, adapts sustainable processes and an agile working culture, it can achieve long-term sustainability targets and recovery, according to experts from Volkswagen and CSR Europe.

As European-based OEMs, suppliers and logistics providers seek to recover in the wake of the pandemic and supply chain disruption, they will need to upskill further in digital tools and work more closely together on achieving sustainability targets, at the same time as organisations will need to shift to more agile working processes. Executives from CSR Europe and Volkswagen Group outline the changes not only in company systems and processes, but in culture that are needed to succeed. 


Lars BäumannExecutive Advisor at Volkswagen Group
Stefan CretsExecutive Director at CSR Europe

Moderated by Neemish Ladwa, Head of Product and Marketing at Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

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