PROGRAMME & SPEAKERS

TRANSLOG Connect Congress each year brings you an overview of the Central Eastern European trends and impacts on Logistics, Transportation and Supply Chain Management.

 TOPICS & SPEAKERS 2018


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KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Successful innovation scouting and implementation for the global spare part business at Mercedes-Benz

Stefan Putzlocher
Stefan Putzlocher

Head of Global Warehouse and Facility Planning, Global Service and Parts (GSP)


Stefan Putzlocher

Successful innovation scouting and implementation for the global spare part business at Mercedes-Benz


• How latest automation developments help to overcome staff shortages

• Leadership abilities in digital times

• The golden rules for innovation processes - fast, outcome-oriented & feasible

• Practical examples – Success stories on SC & logistics with adaptive digital market strategy

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Strategy of the Hungarian Government for Logistics and Transportation

Dr László György
Dr László György

State Secretary for Economic Strategy and Regulation, Ministry of Innovation and Technology


Dr László György

Strategy of the Hungarian Government for Logistics and Transportation


 

CASE STUDY

ELA awarded „Project of the year“ 2018 – “Striving for Supply Chain Excellence” 

Christine Mezger-Behan
Christine Mezger-Behan

Vice President Transport Management Worldwide


Christine Mezger-Behan

ELA awarded „Project of the year“ 2018 – “Striving for Supply Chain Excellence”


• A cross-company approach with exemplary consistency in 100 countries with 20,000 direct active suppliers, 270 plants, 800 warehouses, and 250,000 customers

• A fundamental simultaneously transformation and realignment in 4 years of all 4 segments: transport, warehousing, packaging, and foreign trade

• Using supply chain network design (SCND), Bosch developed an integrated logistics approach for all products and services, redesigning each individual segment with regards to organization, responsibilities, methods, processes and IT

• Logistics costs have decreased by about 15% worldwide

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Innovation and Alternative Propulsion in Road Transportation

Ferenc Lajkó
Ferenc Lajkó

CEO


Ferenc Lajkó

Innovation and Alternative Propulsion in Road Transportation


 

CASE STUDY

4PL – The Evolution of Supply Chain Outsourcing: Connect, Automate, and Optimise the World’s Supply Chains

Shane Manning
Shane Manning

EMEA Director TMC, a division of C.H. Robinson


Shane Manning

4PL – The Evolution of Supply Chain Outsourcing: Connect, Automate, and Optimise the World’s Supply Chains


 • As the global marketplace expands, supply chains are becoming more complex. Today’s supply chains contain multiple channels of distribution and, more and more, must service emerging markets in newer geographies.

 • Learn how one technology makes it easier for you to connect with your suppliers, manufacturers, carriers, and customers – globally. Technology should make the entire supply chain more efficient through automation that drives both productivity and cost savings.

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

Blockchain controlled Supply Chain Management - Utopia or near Future?

Prof. Sebastian Kummer
Prof. Sebastian Kummer

Head of the Institute of Transport and Logistics


Prof. Sebastian Kummer

Blockchain controlled Supply Chain Management - Utopia or near Future?


• Roadmap 2030 Digital Supply Chain

• Best practice of Blockchains for SCM

• How to evaluate if Blockchains are good solution for your Supply Chain

• How to start Blockchain Pilots

CASE STUDY

Digitalization & Artificial Intelligence value-add on Supply-chain

László Galuska
László Galuska

Member of Jabil Procurement Group


László Galuska

Digitalization & Artificial Intelligence value-add on Supply-chain


• Digital Supply Chain solution to use big data at a Chinese company

• Digitalization - Measurement, Performance, Transformation, Digital-SC Journey

• Data analytics, big data in pharmaceutical industry & efficiency improvement

• Digitalization case studies - as simple short-term solutions and efficiency improvements

CASE STUDY

IoT Enabled Supply Chain Visibility: The Holy Grail of Supply Chain Managers

Stefan Reidy
Stefan Reidy

CEO


Stefan Reidy

IoT Enabled Supply Chain Visibility: The Holy Grail of Supply Chain Managers


• Internet of Things is on the rise towards restructuring the entire process by which supply chains operate. 

• The power of IoT lies in intelligently connecting people, processes, data and things via devices and sensors creating a networked ecosystem of things continuously measuring, collecting and exchanging ‘live’ data.

• In this presentation, Stefan Reidy will describe the project of a client, a manufacturer with global presence which utilised IoT technologies to gain visibility into the movement of goods across the supply chain.

• Arviem’s supply chain visibility service reveals insights that enable logistics and supply chain professionals to optimize shipping routes by defining safe and optimal routes, to evaluate carrier performance levels against benchmarks, to analyse logistics carbon footprint, to improve security of cargo and to reduce business risk.

CASE STUDY

Catch my Data if you can ’Cause Traceability ≠ Technology

Krisztina Vatai
Krisztina Vatai

Business Development Director


Krisztina Vatai

Catch my Data if you can ’Cause Traceability ≠ Technology


• Traceability is not about technology but global data management. Are you aware of requirements and benefits beyond? 

• How can you turn data into added values for your customers and consumers?

• What’s happening around traceability globally and in Hungary?

CASE STUDY

Best practice solutions of Large Warehouse Set Up

Jakub Juszczyk
Jakub Juszczyk

Global Logistics Director


Jakub Juszczyk

Best practice solutions of Large Warehouse Set Up


 

PRESENTATION

WINNING PROJECT OF THE MANUFACTURER & SOLUTION PROVIDER CATEGORY

Apply for the 6th Logistics & Supply Chain Management Excellent Award!


MORE ABOUT THE AWARD
Winners Project Presentations of the Manufacturer & Solution Provider Category

The winners will have the unique chance to put their most outstanding products, services or best practices in the spotlight, by presenting their projects to an audience of over 500 logistics and supply chain management professionals and senior decision makers from over 30 countries aiming to raise their visibility on the professional horizon.

The organiser - TEG The Events Group - is supporting the winning projects with additional PR activities via more than 40 local and international media partners as well as associations highlighting the best innovations in each category.

PANEL DISCUSSION

DIGITALIZATION IN SUPPLY CHAIN & LOGISTICS

  • Innovations in logistics & Supply Chain
  • Case-studies with digital SC & logistics solutions
  • Brainstorming opportunities for all - How to evaluate and select the best solutions?
  • Leadership abilities in digital times
Stefan Putzlocher
Stefan Putzlocher

Head of Global Warehouse and Facility Planning, Global Service and Parts (GSP)


Stefan Putzlocher
László Urbanyi
László Urbanyi

Managing Director of Rába & Board Member, Association of Hungarian Automotive Component Manufacturers


László Urbanyi
Christine Mezger-Behan
Christine Mezger-Behan

Vice President Transport Management Worldwide


Christine Mezger-Behan
Alexis Antonelli
Alexis Antonelli

Head of Production Control & Logistics


Alexis Antonelli
László Galuska
László Galuska

Member of Jabil Procurement Group


László Galuska

PLANT EXCURSIONS

Explore the enchanting world of factories as a TRANSLOG VIP visitor! Each year, participants of TRANSLOG Connect are given a  unique chance to visit and experience various manufacturing and logistics facilities of market-leading organisations. Based on last year’s successes we kept this  tradition alive.

12th NOVEMBER 2018 | 10:30

Excursion to the AUDI plant in Győr

Excursion to the AUDI plant in Győr


Visitors of TRANSLOG 2018 will have the opportunity to get an inside look at the Audi plant in Győr, one day prior to the event, on the 12th of November from 13:10 – 15:30 pm, limited for 50 delegates only and available on a first come first serve complimentary basis.

The AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft. welcomes its guests and invites them to a stunning factory tour, on the path of which they will be introduced to vehicle production, the press- and body shop of our new car factory. Follow the steps and understand the phases of vehicle manufacturing and pressing process and immerse into the futuristic world of the body shop. The duration of this factory tour is approximately 2 hours.

TRANSFER: The bus will leave from the front entrance of the Budapest Congress Centre on 12th of November at 10:30 am and will return after the visit at approximately 17:30 in the late afternoon.

14th NOVEMBER 2018 | 16:15

Excursion to the Dreher Breweries in Budapest

Excursion to the Dreher Breweries in Budapest


Visitors of TRANSLOG 2018 will also have the opportunity to get an inside look at Dreher Breweries. The 1,5 hours Brewery Tour includes an introduction about the history of beer and Dreher Breweries, a visit of the Museum, the Brew House, part of the fermentation building and the packaging and bottling department of the Brewery and finishes with a beer tasting opportunity.

The tour is limited for 30 delegates only and available on a first come first serve complimentary basis on the 14th of November from 5:00-6:30 pm.

Dreher Breweries is the subsidiary of one of the largest global beer company, Asahi Group Holdings Ltd and part of the Asahi Breweries Europe Ltd. Thanks to more than one and a half centuries of brewing experience, technological improvements, and excellent brands that satisfy a wide variety of consumer expectations, Dreher Breweries is one of the dominant players in the Hungarian beer market. The activities and administration of Dreher Breweries are characterized by the commitment to quality and environmental protection, also the key principles of transparency, fair market competition, and social responsibility, making it worthy of the name of the Hungarian brewing industry's founder.

As a responsible company Dreher Breweries operates according to the principles of sustainable development. It was the first in the Hungarian beer industry to implement and integrate ISO 14001 with ISO 9001:2000 quality assurance and HACCP food safety system. For the company, sustainable development, and therefore environmental protection and social responsibility are of key importance, which is why the company continuously makes improvements in these fields.

TRANSFER: The bus will leave in front of the Budapest Congress Centre on 14th of November at 4:15 pm and will return after the visit at approximately 7:00 pm.