Crossing continents and back again – mitigating global logistics and cross-border bottlenecks
By Automotive Logistics2021-10-18T06:00:00
Learn how Magna Powertrain, CNW Courier Network, D-Troy and TLE are collaborating and adapting to overcome international logistics and supply chain challenges, with technology, partnership and localisation strategies.
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Even as global supply chains face a myriad of disruptions and increasing complexity, frictionless international trade and seamless processes remain essential for keeping automotive production lines humming. Hear how manufacturers like Magna Powertrain and providers including CNW Courier Network, as well as D-Troy and TLE are collaborating and adapting to overcome logistics and supply chain challenges in both container shipping and air freight, optimising customs clearance and working with enhanced visibility and communications to overcome volatile production schedules. As panel discusses, in some cases the best solution may well be to have significantly more ‘local for local’ supply chains in North America
Adam Pieniazek, Sr. Manager Logistics North America, Magna Powertrain Agustin Sustaita, Managing Director, Transportes Logisticos Especializados Philippe Grinstein, Director, Strategy and Business Development, CNW - Courier NetWork
Christopher Ludwig, editor-in-chief, Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media