Follow our recap blog below to get insights and analysis from Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 in Detroit.
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics sits on the Red Sofa for a final time as we wrap up Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 in Dearborn, Michigan.
Michael Schad explains how Toyota is enhancing its service parts distribution through improved training, new technology and more delivery and pickup options across the US.
Oliver Bilstein, who leads logistics for BMW’s manufacturing in the US, points to new technology and automation to increase flexibility in production and supply chain.
Dan Pace reveals how Honda has made its inbound logistics routing more agile to actual demand, and improved part-level visibility.
Jessica Hanson shares her personal story and advice for how women, minorities and other diverse groups can develop in automotive logistics and supply chain.
Daniel Harrison, automotive analyst, Automotive Logistics talks to Christopher Ludwig, editor-in-chief about the highly fragmented North America logistics industry, capacity shortages, and opportunities to consolidate through the transition to EVs.
Anna Markett shares her approach for navigating the OEM’s complex North American supply chain, notably with empathy and a thirst for learning about all facets of operations across the organisation.
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics gives us the rundown of day two at Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023, from the Ryder Gala Dinner at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
Expert panellists at the Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 conference explained current FVL capacity woes, mitigation strategies and why the issue will not be resolved any time soon.
Panellists at Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 conference revealed the issues they face with unpredictability and the resulting logistics network challenges.
Insourcing and localising are some of the ways that BMW Spartanburg is staying flexible and lean while growing, according to Oliver Bilstein, vice-president of Logistics and Production Control, BMW Manufacturing.
The switch to EV production demands greater collaboration between the inbound, outbound and service parts logistics sectors
Three expert panellists from across the logistics world discussed the importance of data-driven models, innovation, customer-centrism and the significance of failing-fast.
Martin Oberman told delegates at ALSC Global that OEMs should push harder for changes to the rail sector.
The pandemic and the semiconductor shortage have encouraged more visibility and transparency between OEMs and automotive tier suppliers, helping the industry not only to recover but to advance further, according to experts.
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics is at the welcoming night of Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 at the Welcome Drinks Reception, sponsored by Kuehne+Nagel, as delegates get excited about the coming days at the conference.
Automotive Logistics has outlined the key areas of focus for the automotive logistics industry to take note of at our ALSC Global 2023 conference.
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