DELIVERING A COMPETITIVE EDGE | REDUCING COMPLEXITY, INCREASING FLEXIBILITY, MAXIMISING CAPACITY
This year’s event will feature multiple streams of panels, presentation, interactive workshops and roundtables covering global inbound freight and plant logistics, finished vehicle logistics, service parts and warehouse logistics, automotive packaging and strategic supply chain management including programme planning, S&OP, advanced planning and procurement.
We explore the rise of chief supply chain officer roles, the growing influence of logistics and supply chains functions, and the need to invest in talent, technology and partnerships to deliver success.
ALSC Europe 2024 focuses on the strategies and solutions to control costs, create stability and reduce complexity in the ever-changing European landscape.
This year’s event will explore the trends, challenges and requirements in regionalising Europe’s automotive supply chain, and explore how the network is evolving and how OEMs, suppliers and logistics providers need to respond as new value chains and trade flows emerge.
We will explore the technologies that can automate tasks and increase efficiency and data analytics and artificial intelligence to better predict and mitigate disruption. Crucially, we will explore how logistic leaders and supply chain operators are developing the right platforms and talent to unlock the true potential of digital transformation.
Greater collaboration, innovation and new solutions are imperative to accelerate the industry’s progress towards carbon neutrality and circularity. Logistics and manufacturing leaders will share strategies and tactical solutions for reducing emissions in logistics using alternative fuel and renewables, increasing recycling and reuse, from packaging to battery cells.
ALSC Europe will explore how manufacturers and suppliers can put trust and transparency at the core of their relationships, and how sharing data and plans together can help give partners the confidence to invest in their people, assets and services.