Christopher Ludwig kicks off the event at the Kuehne + Nagel cocktail reception, pointing to tools, investments and partnerships needed to mitigate disruption.
US Department of Energy’s Dr Jacob Ward speaks about its new Office of Manufacturing and Energy Supply Chains and investments in sustainable supply chains.
Dr Jacob Ward from the Department of Energy gives a keynote on policy and investment opportunities for sustainable transport and manufacturing for the US.
Learn for yourself in this panel discussion featuring top logistics executive from General Motors, IAC Group, DSV and Ceva Logistics.
Leading analyst Joe McCabe shares insight on the key trends shaping the market, including EV forecasts, semiconductors and OEMs’ inventory and business models.
Experts from Nissan, Cirba and Ryder discuss changing logistics requirements for rising electrification both upstream and downstream.
Nissan North America’s head of vehicle logistics talks about the need for flexibility and strong teams in logistics.
Female leaders in the automotive and logistics industry share insight on how women can advance in the sector, from front-line operations through to senior leadership.
Packaging experts from GM, Magna and Orbis discuss implementing new guidelines for packaging and strategies to improve recycling and circularity in packaging materials.
There are connections (and contradictions) in the push for resiliency and sustainability dicsussed by the US government and automotive industry alike.
Executives from major tier-1 suppliers and logistics providers reveal the flexibility and tools they have used to minimise downtime and delivery delays.
Christopher Ludwig gives a sneak peak behind the scenes of the Ryder-sponsored Gala Reception at Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain Global 2022.
Nissan, Johnson Electric, RPM and Cargobase discuss IT and digital investment priorities for automotive logistics.
Hear from logistics start-ups in blockchain and packaging as they pitch their business plans with the chance of becoming the next automotive logistics unicorn…
Logistics executives from Toyota North America, Benteler, Carter Logistics and Agillence explore the strategic considerations for logistics from early in product development cycles.
Reducing risk and disruption in global logistics is now the daily business of major OEMs like Stellantis and Agco, with a focus on improving control in the upstream supply chain.
Leaders from AIAG and Michigan State discuss strategies for motivating and up-skilling teams and developing the next generation of logistics and supply chain talent.
Greater supply chain control and visibility, along with prioritising resiliency and communication are among the key lessons from top leaders in automotive logistics.
GM’s David Leich explains how the carmaker has been increasing its visibility, communication and planning across the upstream supply chain.
Christopher Ludwig recaps the industry’s commitment to improving tier-N visibility and coordination, the value in investing in flexible logistics and in building new relationships.
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