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Logistics Forum 2014

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Friday, 21st March, 2014
S3 Studio, 1K Ngo Van So, Distric 4, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
 
Warehousing facilities or logistics play a vital role in the overall supply chain process. The Logistics Forum 2014 organized by Vietnam Supply Chain will address “back to the basics” that are fundamental for warehouses to achieve both efficiency and effectiveness in supply chains, introducing future trends from the perspective of logistics, encouraging cross-company collaboration in SCM. 
 

The Logistics Forum 2014 has 03 shows and each show includes following activities for visitors: Exhibition, Workshop, Seminar, Networking Mixer, Panel Discussion. Visitors are recommended to register to join by show, at least 1 show per visitor. Show times are at your choice, as below:

Show 1: 09:00 – 11:30

Show 2: 12:00 – 14:30

Show 3: 14:30 – 17:00

 
 

 

WHY ATTEND

 

The Show

The Logistics Forum 2014 will provide attendees access to to the latest manufacturing and supply chain equipments and technologies. You can register to attend for free.

 

Seminar

The Logistics Forum 2014 bring together experts from the industry to give you the latest information on manufacturing and supply chain trends, technologies and innovations. The seminar also includes valuable opportunities to network with your peers.

 

How to optimize space and storage operation

Herve Merieau, Global Product Manager, Interroll

After a diploma of mechanical engineer, I have started my carrier in a French robotic company as field engineer worldwide. I join Interroll in 2000 as project engineer for turnkey project. In 2012, I took the responsibility of Global product Management for the Dynamic storage unit. Since this time, Develop and standardize the product range is a leitmotiv for high quality of product, improve delivery time and finally to reach our main goal, customer satisfaction.
 

 

 

Cold Storage Solutions

Thomas Gwee, Regional Business Development Manager / Country Manager, SSI Schaefer

Thomas is currently working as a Regional Business Development Manager/Country Manager Vietnam of SSI – SCHAEFER Asia, based in Singapore with more than  13  years of experience in material handling industry. He has been actively involved in sales, planning, managing and implementing of logistics system, especially in developing new business. His expertise is gained from extensive working experience with SSI – SCHAEFER and other South Asia countries, including Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Vietnam, etc. With several of years being in charge of Vietnam market and having a thorough understanding of the business environment, Thomas will share with you his view and experience on the differences of conventional, automated, semi-automated and “smart” warehousing in general for your warehousing plan.

 

Introduction of pooling history

Mark Daniel, CEO, Loscam 

Mark joined Loscam as CEO in March 2008. Mark is also a member of the Loscam Board. Prior to joining Loscam Mark held a number of Senior Supply Chain roles within Pacific Brands, Coca-Cola Amatil and Linfox.He has worked extensively in Australia and Asia over the past 15 years. Mark holds a B Com (Econometrics)(UNSW) and GradDip Acct and Fin (UTS) and is a member of the Logistics Association of Australia, previously serving as Vice President of the NSW division.

 

Best practices and how did it work in other neighboring countries

Kenny Tan, Regional Key Account Manager, Loscam

   

 

 

Pooling milestones in Vietnam market

Anh Do, General Manager, Loscam 

   

 

 

Logistic Network Simulation

Julien Brun, General Director, CEL Consulting

Julien is the Founder and General Director of CEL Consulting, the first international Supply Chain and Operations consulting firm in Vietnam. He is now managing a team of consultants who is fully involved in providing their expertise to procurement, manufacturing and logistics related businesses in the region. MSc in mechanical and system engineering (Technology University of Troyes, Ecole Nationale des Arts et Metiers, Paris), he gathered experience and know-how at several positions in product/process optimization in aeronautics (Airbus, Cooper tool) and automotive industry (Peugeot Citroen, Rover group) in France, England and Holland. Julien has spent as well 2 years in Africa, where he coordinated logistics and food distribution for >100,000p refugee camps in Africa, for the account of WFP (World Food Program) and UNHCR (High Commissioner for Refugees). From his arrival in Vietnam in 2005, Julien immediately felt lined up with local dynamism and developed the firm intention to support actively the country's industrial development. Beside consulting work, he is now lecturer in Lean Management and SCM in for Executive MBA program of CFVG Ho Chi Minh city. Recently, Julien has been voted to be the Vice President of French Chamber of Commerce Vietnam.

 

 

Supply Chain trends across Warehousing, Postal and Transports and Logistic

Motorola Solutions will present on how the leading transport, warehousing and postal organizations across Asia Pacific have  improved and changed their logistics operations.  Learn about the trends that will be developed and implemented across the next three to five years and how they will affect you and your businesses. From voice operations to RFID and many other technologies.

Wayne Harper, Director - Pre-Sales Engineering, Motorola Solutions Australia Ltd.

Wayne Harper leads the Motorola Solution’s technical solutions design and engineering teams across a range of key Asia-Pacific markets, including Australia and New Zealand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and India. With specific expertise in industry technical business consulting, Wayne’s teams are responsible for ensuring the highest standards of technology and solutions design across Motorola Solutions’ government and enterprise product portfolios. Wayne has held numerous roles over the course of his tenure at Motorola Solutions, and was most recently Director of Pre-Sales Engineering for Australia and New Zealand.  Prior to joining Motorola in 1997, Wayne held a range of managerial IT roles at major retail, finance and logistics companies throughout Australia.  Wayne is also one of the “founding fathers” of Symbol’s first ever GPRS Wide Area Network (WAN) mobile computer.  Wayne is based in Motorola Solution’s Melbourne office.
 

 

Warehouse Safety & Security

Barnabas Chiang, General Manager, Barnyard Management

Some say he is an Entertainer, what says you? Barnabas manages Barnyard Consultancy & Services focusing on warehousing consultation and soft skills training. Being with Schaefer Systems International, the world no.1 storage solution provider for the last 15 years, he was involved with many warehouses set up & improvement projects. He started his career 25 years ago in sales & marketing and has never looked back. When he was a Business Development Manager responsible for Korea, Taiwan, Brunei & Vietnam, he discovered his passion in training. In 2010, he decided to anchor his training passion in Vietnam.
 

 

Transportation Management

Yen Nguyen, Logistics Director, Big C Vietnam

Prior to joining Big C Vietnam, Mr. Yen spent 15 years of experience in different supply chain aspects from logistics operation in trucking, barging, shipping, warehousing, procurement deals, to value chain projects of planning and optimization including strategic business plan. Mr. Yen took the lead of many important projects in one of the global companies, Holcim Vietnam, where he held the position of Supply Chain Deputy Director from 2008 to 2011. Some of these projects like OPM, AOP, OBD, have become supply chain operation back bone in the company. During his career, Mr. Yen also set up supply chain function in different business areas and joined supply chain South East Asia regional project.
 

 

Panel Discussion

 

During the 02 panel discussions, different topics at operational to tactical levels will be discussed and shared among the panelists who are holding senior positions in Logistics and Supply Chain at leading firms in Vietnam. Discussion topics cover:

·         Enable and manage flexible logistics business networks and break down silo mentality

·         Create cross-company visibility and integrated views on end-to-end processes

·         Ensure smooth systems communication at supply chain interfaces

·         Realise seamless, paperless, and standardised flow of information along the supply chain

·         Monitor and reduce carbon footprint across multiple logistics service providers

·         Optimise fleet management, reverse logistics and assets tracking

·         Increase health & safety for workers in ports, warehouses, and transportation

·         Simplify and digitalise business processes for international trade 

 

Moderator

 

Filip Jankovic, Head of Supply Chain Management, Metro Cash & Carry
 
Filip has over 15 years of highly diversified, international SMC experience. Originally from Serbia and educated in Germany, he commenced his career in Central and Eastern Europe with an international Logistics Service Provider, where he started as country manager and gradually advanced to regional management positions. Following his shift to retail, Filip spearheaded the international rollout and implementation of wide-ranging SCM principles for a DIY retailer. Before assuming his current role as Head of Supply Chain Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam in late 2011, he gained experience in a number of different retail/wholesale sectors managing their Logistics and Supply Chain operations across multiple European countries. Today, Filip leads a young and diverse team focusing on structural changes to create an integrated relationship model with Suppliers and Service providers with the mission to improve the end-to-end supply chain performance and to meet the needs of Metro’s national operations.
 

 

Special Feature: Beer Game

Key Learning

*Appreciation of supply chain dynamics  & understand concept of total supply chain cost
*Understand effect of lead time, demand fluctuations, stock levels on total supply chain cost
*Understand  communication flows required for effective supply chain management
*Understand effect of people actions & behavior on overall supply chain
 
 

Overview

The Beer Game is a role-play simulation game that lets participants experience typical coordination problems of supply chain. The original version of the game was developed at MIT (USA) in the 1960s, and has since been played by thousands of managers, all over the world.

 

Beer Game was designed to capture many of the challenges in supporting dynamic supply chain practices. The aim of the game is to meet customer demand for cases of Beer through the distribution side of a multi-stage supply chain with minimal expenditure on back orders and inventory. The game challenges the participants to balance supply and demand, address the human factors that are vital to the supply chain, account for the bullwhip effect, enhance communications, and meet the complexities of forecasting demand.

 

It is a fun way to learn how complex and difficult the supply chain can be. Join Beer Game - Integrate supply chain management and customer relationship management functions to maximize your operations.

 

Networking

If you are involved in manufacturing, warehousing, logistics, and the supply chain, you will benefit from meeting with other professionals in your field on the show floor. Attandees include:

• Warehouse Managers
• Logistic Managers
• Operation Managers
• Supply Chain Managers
• Distribution Managers
• General Management 
 
 

 

AGENDA

 

Session

Time

EXPO ROOM

SEMINAR ROOM 1

SEMINAR ROOM 2

SHOW 1

08:30

Batch 1 Arrival & Welcome Drinks

Group Intro to All Exhibitors (MC Barnabas)

Exhibition & Discussion & Logistics Film

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

08:45

09:00

09:15

09:15 - Seminar: Supply Chain trends across Warehousing, Postal and Transports and Logistic

Speaker: Wayne Harper, Director - Pre-Sales Engineering, Motorola Solutions Australia Ltd.

 

09:15- Seminar: How to optimize space and storage operation

Speaker: Herve Merieau, Global Product Manager, Interroll

 

 

09:30

09:45

10:00

10:00 - LOSCAM Seminar: Best practices and how did it work in other neighbouring countries

Speakers:

Mark Daniel, CEO, Loscam

Kenny Tan, Regional Key Account Manager, Loscam

Anh Do, General Manager, Loscam

 

 

10:15

10:15 - Seminar: Warehouse Safety & Security

Speaker: Barnabas Chiang, General Manager, Banyard Management

 

 

10:30

10:45

11:00

11:15

11:15 - Seminar: Logistic Network Simulation

Speaker: Julien Brun, Managing Partner, CEL Consulting

 

 

11:30

11:45

11:45 - Panel Discussion 1

Moderator: Filip Jankovic, Head of Supply Chain Management, Metro Cash & Carry

 

SHOW 2

12:00

Batch 2 Arrival & Welcome Drinks

Group Intro to All Exhibitors (MC Barnabas)

Exhibition & Discussion & Logistics Film

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12:15

12:15 - Seminar: Transportation Management

Speaker: Yen Nguyen, Logistics Director, BigC Vietnam

 

 

12:30

12:30 - Seminar: How to optimize space and storage operation

Speaker: Herve Merieau, Global Product Manager, Interroll

 

 

12:45

13:00

13:15

13:15 - Beer Game Experience

Facilitator: Arvind Sabwarhal, Project Manager, CEL Consulting

Only available for 24 pax. First comes First served

Key learnings

Appreciation of supply chain dynamics  & understand concept of total supply chain cost

Understand effect of lead time, demand fluctuations, stock levels on total supply chain cost

Understand  communication flows required for effective supply chain management

Understand effect of people actions & behavior on overall supply chain

13:30

 

 

 

13:45

14:00

14:15

SHOW 3

14:30

Batch 3 Arrival & Welcome Drinks

Group Intro to All Exhibitors (MC Barnabas)

Exhibition & Discussion & Logistics Film

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:30 - Seminar: Cold Storage Solutions

14:45

Speaker: Thomas Gwee, Regional Business Development Manager / Country Manager, SSI Schaefer

 

15:00

15:15

15:15 - LOSCAM Seminar: Best practices and how did it work in other neighbouring countries

Speaker: Kenny Tan, Regional Key Account Manager, Loscam

 

 

15:30

15:30 - Seminar: Supply Chain trends across Warehousing, Postal and Transports and Logistic

Speaker: Wayne Harper, Director - Pre-Sales Engineering, Motorola Solutions Australia Ltd.

 

15:45

16:00

16:15

16:15 - Panel Discussion 2

Moderator: Frederik Meerhoff, DHL Supply Chain

 

 

16:15 - Seminar: Warehouse Safety & Security

Speaker: Barnabas Chiang, General Manager, Banyard Management

 

 

16:30

16:45

17:00

 

 


 

REGISTRATION

Register to attend the Logistics Forum 2014 at no cost. Registration provides access to the show and seminar.
To register, please submit the online REGISTRATION FORM
 
For further information, please e-mail info@vietnamsupplychain.com or call +84 (0) 8 2242 7762
 
 

 


 

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Vietnam Supply Chain

Unit 202, 2nd Floor, 49 Bui Dinh Tuy,
Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City
www.vietnamsupplychain.com 
 
Vietnam Supply Chain is the leading dynamic independent platform for 11,000+ supply chain professionals in Vietnam and South East Asia to learn, share, and network effectively