The torrid years of pandemic and geopolitical disruption, component shortages and freight bottlenecks have hurt global automotive production and sales, with uncertainty still prevailing. For all its scars, however, the North American automotive industry could emerge more competitive, transparent and sustainable – thanks to increasingly resilient and connected supply chains, and closer partnerships across stakeholders and functions. Renewed investment in infrastructure, localisation and skills are also powering this resurgence.
The Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global returned to the MGM Grand Detroit on September 20-22 to explore the renaissance in supply chain management and how logistics can succeed in a fast-changing environment.
The 22nd annual conference shaped the future strategies across pertinent topics including Achieving Net Zero, Digitalising Logistics, End-to-End Supply Chain Vision, Networks of the Future and Developing Logistics Talent.
We hope you gained lots of valuable insights and made some new connections along the way!
Executive Director, Global Logistics and Containers
Chief Supply Chain Officer
Vice President, Supply Chain Management, North America
Executive Director, Global Supply Chain
Vice President, Parts Supply Chain
Vice-President of Transportation, North America
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