Supply chain management is one of the key drivers of the transformation toward digitization – that was the conclusion at the international business conference “EXCHAiNGE – the Supply Chainers’ Conference,” which took place on June 25 and 26 in the House of Logistics and Mobility in Frankfurt.
Digitization and Industry 4.0 are two of the biggest challenges facing the German economy today. That’s why this year’s EXCHAiNGE conference, June 25–26 in Frankfurt am Main, is devoting an entire session to this exciting topic.
The shortlist for the Supply Chain Management Award 2015 is in. The companies that will compete for the coveted SCM prize on June 25 in Frankfurt am Main are: Continental Automotive, Nokia Networks, Rohde & Schwarz, and Sky Deutschland.
“Risk Management in the Supply Chain” at EXCHAiNGE – the Supply Chainers’ Conference: Frankfurt am Main, June 25–26, 2015. One could almost get the impression that the subject of risk management is no longer a priority for businesses, since many supply chains fail to live up to their technical and organizational potential. But proactive risk management is more important than ever, given the abundance of crises now unfolding and threats looming on the horizon.
Supply chain management leaders from around the globe will meet on June 25 and 26 at the third international “EXCHAiNGE – the Supply Chainers’ Conference” to talk about the challenges facing the supply chain today and proven approaches for confronting those challenges.
Supply chain managers are the primary suppliers of change. That was the conclusion of the EXCHAiNGE management conference, held on June 24 and 25, 2014, in the new Kap Europa conference center in Frankfurt am Main. Over 150 supply chain management and operations experts gathered to discuss and develop ideas, plans, and solutions for how businesses can adapt and cultivate new technologies and social trends like industry 4.0 and the sharing economy.
GF Piping Systems of Schaffhausen (Switzerland), supplier of piping systems for gas and liquids, has won the “Supply Chain Management Award 2014”. The award is presented each year to the best value chain in the manufacturing industry by the Management Consulting unit of the auditing and consulting firm PwC and the trade journal LOGISTIK HEUTE in partnership with the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics and the House of Logistics & Mobility (HOLM).