The automotive market’s shift to electrification has already seen the emergence of a new breed of automakers, determined to redefine sustainable mobility and challenge traditional business models within the sector. Unshackled by rule books and legacy systems but lacking in data, start-up OEMs face unique opportunities and challenges as they build their businesses and supply chains from scratch.

In this session, EV and supply chain experts provide an inside track on the journey of the OEM start-up and understand the thinking and strategies defining priorities, decision making and partnerships. Learn where support and partnerships are required, which new and off-the-shelf solutions and innovations are being utilised, and which technologies are being implemented to future proof growth and ensure efficiency and robustness.

Eva Ames (DSV), Edwin Huang (SEA Electric), Neemish Ladwa (Automotive Logistics)

Leading the charge of the new automotive era

Eva Ames (DSV), Edwin Huang (SEA Electric), Neemish Ladwa (Automotive Logistics)

Colin Dhillon, CTO, Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) of Canada
Edwin Huang, Director of Global Purchasing, SEA Electric
Eva Ames, Director - Electrification & Mobility Competence Center, DSV

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

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This session was held on Wednesday October 7 during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Global Live 2021 conference

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