Popular format – new partnership – enhanced value: This year for the first time, “EXCHAiNGE – the Supply Chainers’ Community” will be held in conjunction with the Hypermotion trade show in Frankfurt. The international EXCHAiNGE meetup on November 20 and 21, 2018, will once again bring together some 200 supply chain and operations experts to talk about next-generation management. This year’s theme: “New Work & Digital Business” The highlight of this long-running industry event will be the presentation of the 13th annual Supply Chain Management Award on November 21. EXCHAiNGE is organized by EUROEXPO Messe- und Kongress-GmbH in Munich.
Pioneering concepts and ideas for the future of mobility and logistics will be presented and discussed at Hypermotion from 20 to 22 November 2018 in Frankfurt. The event – a mixture of interactive trade fair, conferences and the Hypermotion Lab with pitches and talks – focuses on intelligent systems and solutions for mobility, transport, logistics and digital infrastructure.
Some 200 leaders from the fields of supply chain management, finance, logistics, and purchasing converged in Frankfurt for the fifth time on September 26 and 27, 2017. “EXCHAiNGE – The Supply Chainers’ Conference” in the House of Logistics & Mobility (HOLM) focused on such top issues as resilience and stability, the sustainability of supply chains, forward-looking business practices, digital sovereignty, and the culture of digital transformation.
Gries Deco Company, the home accessories and small furniture retailer behind the DEPOT brand name, has won the Supply Chain Management Award 2017. The prize was presented on September 26 as part of “EXCHAiNGE – The Supply Chainers’ Conference” in Frankfurt’s House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM)
Experts from the fields of supply chain management, finance, logistics, and purchasing will converge in Frankfurt for the fifth time on September 26 and 27, 2017. They’ll talk about difficult adjustments in the supply chain, extended business models, data streams, smart services, sustainability, and innovative communications models that make it possible to understand why logjams occur and how they can be avoided.
Adidas, Airbus, Covestro, and Gries Deco enter the final round of the Supply Chain Management Award 2017. The awards ceremony will take place on September 26, 2017, at “EXCHAiNGE – the Supply Chainers’ Conference” in Frankfurt am Main.
Data is the raw material of the digital economy, smart services the engine of the supply chain. How can we successfully pursue strategies of sustainability while striking the right balance between collaboration and profit? Some 200 experts from SCM, finance, logistics, and purchasing will talk about it at EXCHAiNGE 2017.
How can supply chain professionals contribute to the process of economic and social transformation? That will be the topic of conversation as some 200 leaders in supply chain management, finance, logistics, and purchasing meet in Frankfurt on September 26 and 27, 2017, for “EXCHAiNGE – the Supply Chainers’ Conference.”
How can we strengthen the resiliency of global supply chains? “EXCHAiNGE 2017 – the Supply Chainers’ Conference” focuses on professional strategies for coping with global demographic change and responding to disruptions.
For the fifth year in a row, leaders from the fields of supply chain management, finance, logistics, and purchasing will converge in Frankfurt am Main on September 26 and 27, 2017, to talk about the challenges facing today’s supply chains and how businesses can overcome them. The focus will be on top issues such as resilience vs. efficiency, the culture of the digital transformation, digital sovereignty, sustainable business practices, and open innovation.
The competition for the Supply Chain Management Award 2017 has begun. Strategy&, the global strategy consulting team at PwC, is partnering with the industry trade journal LOGISTIK HEUTE (published by HUSS-VERLAG in Munich) to find the best value chain in the award’s 12th year.
PERI, the formwork and scaffolding specialist with operations around the world, has won the Supply Chain Management Award 2016. PERI sells and rents formwork and scaffolding systems for construction projects of all types and scales. System components that are returned after a rental period trigger a cycle of refurbishment and re-use that makes it difficult to plan quality, quantity, and schedules with certainty.
Business leaders from the fields of supply chain management, finance, logistics, and purchasing will converge in Frankfurt am Main for the fourth time on October 6 and 7, 2016, to talk about current challenges and successful plans of action in the supply chain. The agenda focuses on top issues like compliance, digitization, supply chain finance, and the impact of the new Silk Road on global supply chains.
The competition for the Supply Chain Management Award 2016 has begun. Strategy&, the global strategy consulting team at PwC, is partner-ing with the industry trade journal LOGISTIK HEUTE to find the best value chain for the eleventh year. The con-test is open to small, medium, and large enterprises from all manufacturing industries. Also welcome are joint applications from companies that are linked through premium value-adding networks or have im-plemented exemplary cross-enterprise supply chain solutions. Companies in Germany and the rest of Eu-rope are eligible to apply.
Nokia Networks has won the Supply Chain Management Award 2015. The world’s largest provider of hardware and software products and services for the telecommunications industry suffered a series of shocks that forced it to undergo an existential transformation of its supply chain strategy and supply chain management.