Global supply chains have become increasingly volatile and susceptible to disruption and change, with multiple crises often occurring simultaneously. Dealing with hazardous weather, unpredictable and spiking rates, interrupted production, shorter order cycles, material shortages and distressed suppliers, is now all in a day’s work for supply chain executives and their teams.

This panel features top supply chain leaders in North America, including at Stellantis, tier-1 supplier Adient, agricultural equipment manufacturer Agco and global shipping and logistics giant Maersk. They discuss how global supply chain and logistics leaders are developing and implementing new strategies to:

  • Mitigate the rising cost of logistics
  • Balance lean processes with increased inventory levels
  • Reroute international transport flows ahead of time to avoid future bottlenecks
  • Navigate the journey from global to regional supply
  • Design, implement and track greener global networks

The panel discussion features:

  • Christopher Mattingly, vice-president transportation @Stellantis North America 
  • Greg Toornman, vice-president, global materials, logistics, and demand planning at Agco Corporation
  • Greg Megerian, director of logistics for the Americas at Adient
  • Michael Andersen, vice-president, automotive/industrial vertical, North America at Maersk

Moderated by Christopher Ludwig, editor-in-chief at Automotive Logistics.

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This panel took place during the Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global conference September 20-22, 2022 in Detroit. All sessions and interview are available to view for registered users of Automotive Logistics.
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