SBB Steel Supply Chain Summit 2011
13 setembro 2011

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SBB Steel Supply Chain Summit 2011

13th September, Antwerp

 

SBB Steel Supply Chain Summit 2011: How (re-)engineering your supply chain can improve your competitiveness.

 

Day 1 - segunda-feira, 12 setembro 2011
18:00 Port Tour

Day 2 - terça-feira, 13 setembro 2011
08:30 Registration
09:30 Keynote session – Perspective of the shipper: challenges & opportunities in the steel market

As the global and European steel industry edges closer to pre-crisis levels, steel industry producers and traders present and debate their views on current and future challenges and opportunities in the steel supply chain.

Presidente: Mr Patrick Flockhart

How to engineer a supply chain to improve competitiveness

Prof. Richard Wilding, Professor of Supply Chain Strategy, Cranfield School Of Management

Challenges and opportunities in the steel market - a long journey

Sr. Per Bondemark, Vice President Supply Chain, SSAB EMEA

Perspective of the intermediary: challenges and opportunities in the steel market

Sr. Robert van der Weck, Steel Stockholding Director, Stemcor

11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Session Two – Options and solutions across the whole supply chain

Supply chain managers are presented with a range of choices when selecting their routing options and platforms. Industry experts assess the impact of changing requirements and solutions on transport, handling and logistics options in the steel supply chain as well as considering the importance of selecting the right hub.

Presidente: Mr Neil Roberts

Supply chain management

Sr. Sergey Pritykin, Head of Logistics, Mechel Service Belgium

The role of European steel distribution in steel supply chains

Sr. Georges Kirps, Vice-President, Eurometal

Dry Freight Market Outlook: Are Low Freight Costs Set To Continue?

Sr. Derek Langston, Senior Director, SSY Consultancy & Research Ltd

13:00 Lunch
14:00 Session Three – Creating added value through the supply chain

Adding value through the supply chain has never been more important. Stakeholders share their experiences of finding innovative solutions to the evolving challenges of optimising supply chain performance. Examples include centralised Steel Service Centres as a way to decrease logistic costs and centralised warehouse management systems allowing on-line accurate tracking & tracing of cargoes.

Presidente: Dr Thomas Vanoutrive

An integrated view on the steel supply chain

Sr. Luc Bongaerts, Business Development Manager, OM Partners

Creating added value through the supply chain

Sr. Tore Odegarden, Plant Manager, USG Antwerp Slitter

The role of a port in SCM

Sr. Wim Dillen, Senior Business Development Manager - Marketing, Promotion & Commercial Relations, Port of Antwerp

15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Session Four – Panel discussion: Key drivers and issues for the steel supply chain in a post-crisis environment

What are the effects and opportunities of changes in trade flows, regulatory implications, developments in IT, and best practises in supply chain management today. Our panel of experts wrap up the day up with a look at the key issues facing supply chain managers as they try to optimise efficiency in their businesses, in a new financial world.

Presidente: Mr Nick Edström

Prof. Richard Wilding, Professor of Supply Chain Strategy, Cranfield School Of Management

Sr. Per Bondemark, Vice President Supply Chain, SSAB EMEA

Sr. Luc Bongaerts, Business Development Manager, OM Partners

17:00 Event Close
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