Intelligent Insights: Maintaining supply chain margins:
Maintaining supply chain margins: Profit margins are falling across OEMs, tier suppliers and logistics providers. Hear from our analysts and discuss the best ways forward to mitigate margin compression. Gain valuable intelligence from our Global Business Intelligence unit’s as they discuss the key finding from a recent tier supplier study.
Strategic Insights - Tier Supplier Supply Chains – Keeping ahead of the game
Under pressure to reduce costs and protect investment in new technology, tier 1 and tier 2 suppliers need critical logistics and data solutions to optimise production and delivery. Get closer to suppliers’ specific requirements.
Automotive experts discuss the requirements of remaining competitive in this rapidly evolving environment of change.
Practical Insights – Ideas Labs
Ideas Labs are practical, solutions-orientated workshops led by supply chain and technology leaders, and designed for collective exploration of complex challenges. Expect to leave with new ideas, action plans and new contacts.
Ideas Lab 5: Finished Vehicle Logistics – Optimisation
The continuous optimisation of vehicle logistics to meet customer demands, changing regulations, capacity issues and cost and quality requirements, requires a continuous rethink of processes, best practices and cooperation.
Ideas Lab 6: Dealing with Disruption
The complexity of the automotive supply chain leaves it vulnerable to global shocks, from coronavirus to capacity constraints – learn more about the tools, preparation and response measures that leading manufacturers and service providers use to mitigate risk
Ideas Lab 7: Get Real about Going Green:
Europe is increasingly a trendsetter and rule-maker in environmental laws and CO2 reduction, and that includes transport and logistics. Under the latest requirements and learn from hands-on examples about how to decarbonise logistics flows, use alternative fuels and design sustainable supply chains.
Ideas Lab 8: Relationships and Partnerships
Relationships play a central role in supply chains and if organisations don’t get them right, they’ll feel the ramifications all the way from suppliers to customers.