As the North American and global vehicle markets recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, automotive manufacturers are facing huge supply chain disruption, inventory and cost pressures. At the same time, they must adapt to fast-changing technology, regulatory and consumer changes – notably by ramping up electric vehicle output, digitalising processes and meeting emission and sustainability targets.
At the heart of these challenges and transformation is effective logistics and supply chain management. That is why new and established OEMs – from Tesla to GM, Rivian to Ford, Lucid to Stellantis – are putting supply chain resiliency, manufacturing flexibility and logistics optimisation at the centre of strategic recovery and transformation plans.
Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global Live 2021 is the industry’s premier gathering and hub for the latest automotive logistics developments. We are planning a physical conference in Detroit, with an inclusive virtual format that makes remote attendance possible for those who need it.
Health and safety is our top priority which is why we are committed to ensuring the correct procedures and measures are in line with CDC guidelines.
Vice-president Supply Chain Management, North America
EVP - Group After Sales & Services
Chief Supply Chain Officer
VP of Parts Supply Chain Planning
Department Lead - Supply Chain Delivery
Senior Director, Environmental Sustainability