Watch Think Tank: Starting up electric vehicle supply chains

Stephen Grant Lucid Motors, Achim Glass Kuehne + Nagel, Carolynne Hunter St. Clair Technologies, Warren Ali APMA, Sean Mario Hazaray Haze Automotive, Sanjiv Takyar CHEP, Tony Han Havelaar Canada

With new OEMs like Lucid about to launch electric vehicle production, supply chain experts from OEMs, suppliers, tech players and logistics companies discuss the investment, data and technology opportunities – and difficulties – that come with starting up new EV and battery supply chains.

This roundtable of OEMs and EV experts talk through the strategies, investment and partnerships to consider when launching an electric vehicle or looking to gain new business in the EV supply chain in North America. Learn what actions are needed to ramp up output of more EVs both from new brands like Lucid as well as traditional players like GM and Volkswagen in the region.

Featuring:

Stephen Grant, Manager, Logistics at Lucid Motors
Achim Glass, SVP, Global Head of Automotive and New Mobility Vertical at Kuehne+Nagel
Carolynne Hunter, President at St. Clair Technologies
Warren Ali, Senior Vice President – Innovation at APMA - Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association
Sean Mario Hazaray, Founder at Haze Automotive
Sanjiv Takyar, Head of Innovation, Solutioning and Strategic Marketing at CHEP Automotive and Industrial Solutions
Tony Han, President at Havelaar Canada

Moderated by Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief at Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

This session was held as an online Think Tank on February 3rd during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain North America Live virtual conference. ALSC Live Think Tanks offer event delegates a unique opportunity to listen, watch and contribute to sector specific discussions lead by industry leaders and specialists.

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