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The past few years have witnessed a rapid growth in the supply chain management function with a focus on advanced planning processes, such as analytical demand planning or integrated sales and operations planning (S&OP), which have become established business processes in many companies. While logistics has often been outsourced to third-party logistics providers, wherein the supply-chain function ensures that operations are well-integrated, from suppliers through to customers, with decisions on cost, inventory, and customer service made from an end-to-end perspective rather than by each function in isolation. The supply function is now so important that large manufacturers have started working on an in-house logistics model which would cater to their demand and supply chain.
DHL Presents The Economic Times Supply Chain & Logistics Summit 2019, powered by Future Supply Chain, which is scheduled on 26th June in Hotel Hyatt Regency, New Delhi. The summit’s partners include LiladharPasoo, Anaplan, Maersk, and Infor, with PwC as the knowledge partner. This one-of-a-kind event will unravel a world of innovation through a highly engaging and insightful networking platform that encourages stakeholders to collaborate and innovate. The deliberations will capture the thoughts of visionaries and deliberate on the action points required to take this sector to the next level. It will talk about the emergence of new technologies that will help to realize a Smart, Quick & Unconventional Supply Chain 4.0.
A world-class platform that will provide an opportunity to have one-to-one meetings with solution providers and network with peers, the summit will discuss key challenges being faced, advancement in the sector and the opportunities. It will also offer:
Some of the key figures that will grace the stage include Amit Dhume, National Head – Logistics Procurement Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages; Pradeep Mishra, Group Global Head (Strategic Global Sourcing, Procurement, Commercial, Supply Chain and New Business Development), United Phosphorous (UPL); Radha Mohan Gupta, Regional Head – Procurement – South Asia Reckitt Benckiser India; Krishna Kant Pandey, National Head- Distribution & Logistics and Omni Channel Supply Chain, Shoppers Stop; Avinash Kant Kumar, Executive Vice President – Supply Chain, Jubilant FoodWorks; Satish Palekar, Vice President & Head Offshore , Oil and Gas Business, L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering; Rajesh Gupta, Head - SCM (Consumer Products Division), JK Tyres; and Tankeswar Baishya, Senior Director-Supply Chain, Signify Innovations India, to name but a few.
Prasad Shidhaye, Director, India, Deliver Asia Pacific, Supply Chain Johnson & Johnson stated, “Fast Moving Change Is Here…And Customers Aren’t Just Buying Products…They Are Buying Experiences. Customer Experiences are the customer’s perception with supplier’s employees, channels, systems & products. Leading global companies recognize that their customers are often more influenced by their supply chain experiences than other types of interactions.”
Krishan K. Batra, President & CEO, ISM-INDIA said, ‘To manage the supply chain as a strategic asset, it is important to step back and consider what makes up this asset. Unlike traditional assets a company fully owns, the supply chain is both a direct and an indirect asset, much broader and more complex than just its internal component. It is rightly said that in today’s’ competitive world it is not the companies but supply chain competes. Hence there is a strong need to treat Supply Chain as a Strategic Asset.”
Esteemed advisory board and speakers include Krishan K. Batra, President & CEO, ISM-INDIA; Saurabh Jain, Partner - Operations & Supply Chain Consulting, PWC; Dr.Rakesh Sinha, Global Head - Supply Chain, Manufacturing & IT Godrej Consumer Products; Dr. Ravi Prakash Mathur, Senior Director - Head of Logistics and Supply Chain Excellence, Dr.Reddy’s Laboratories; Prasad Shidhaye, Director, India, Deliver Asia Pacific, Supply Chain Johnson & Johnson; Roger Lee, Vice Chairman, Asia Pacific Logistics Federation (APLF) Director, Singapore Institute of Materials Management (SIMM); Jagadeesh Kunchey, Vice President, Supply chain & Logistics, ITC; Shridhar Kulkarni, Senior Director (Logistics, Distribution and Transportation) India Region, PepsiCo; Pradeep Banerjee - Executive Director - Supply Chain, HUL; Rajesh Mehta, Executive Director, LiladharPasoo.
The Supply Chain and Logistic sector is the backbone of the economy, providing an efficient, cost-effective flow of goods on which other commercial sectors depend. With India looking to cement its position among the pantheon of major global economies, Supply Chain 4.0 is going to play a major role in achieving the goal.
About Times Strategic Solutions Limited
Times Strategic Solutions Ltd., functional under the brand name ET Edge, is an Economic Times initiative founded to empower multiple industries and segments by sharing critical business knowledge through strategic conferences and summits. Encompassing the Indian business vista, ET Edge strives to bring together visionaries and key leaders on its knowledge platforms to create social and business ecology conducive to the positive changes required by the industry.
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