Our sea freight webinar series "Supply Chains Reloaded – Reimagining Shipper Services" reflects on the new era we are in. The disruption caused by the recent crisis has brought the need for robust digital foundations and diverse sourcing policies to the forefront. Enterprises globally are rethinking operations, and this will influence the new era of globalization and supply chain systems.
With the end of the Transition Period drawing closer and the UK Government setting out the future for trade, you may be unsure about what the changes will mean for your supply chain. With years of experience and a unique position advising the UK Government, Kuehne+Nagel UK will cover during this webinar an update on a Free Trade Agreement; the current state of affairs and what the future may hold; how you can prepare for the end of the Transition Period; and details of your easy Brexit solution – a unique and automated customs tool.
Do you want to recharge your supply chain? Then our sea freight webinar series "Supply Chains Reloaded – Reimagining Shipper Services" could be for you. Moderated by Peter Tirschwell, VP Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit, Kuehne+Nagel, Maersk and other leading industry experts will reflect on the new era we are in. The first webinar of the series will cover lessons learned from the recent happenings and the possible strategies that can be leveraged to build resilience.
In collaboration with our partner Shippeo, this episode of our webinar series will focus on technology. The webinar describes the benefits of a digital control tower, explains the problems and pitfalls that customers face when building a control tower and reveals the approaches, solutions and best practices to overcome these challenges. We will provide statistics and real practitioner examples from our 20 years of experience in the logistics arena with multiple customer engagements.
The Covid-19 pandemic has unleashed change at a pace and intensity never seen before. New research looks at the experiences and reflections of business leaders from around the globe who have led and continue to lead through this remarkable and challenging time. The lessons we can learn will help us build change-able organisations for the future.
The global crisis brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the requirement for increased visibility and resilience in enterprise supply chains at all levels. Organisations often lack the resources to build supply chain visibility in-house. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the evolution of the 4PL business model and the common pitfalls encountered on the transformation journey.
Despite the severe market down turn, aerospace companies continue to innovate to be prepared for new market environments.
In the current volatile market environment, the importance of responsive supply chains to meet changing demands becomes particularly obvious. In this webinar as part of the KN International Supply Chain Insights Series, we will deep dive into the levers and enablers required for a responsive supply chain.
The global crisis brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the requirement for increased visibility and resilience in enterprise supply chains at all levels. Organisations often lack the resources to build supply chain visibility in-house. As such, 4PL business models have a growing role in providing organisations with increased visibility, generating real supply chain insights and drive day-to-day operations.
In these current times of uncertainty and supply chain disruptions, having real-time visibility and accurate data is especially critical to building a resilient supply chain. Don't miss this opportunity to gain insight on how technology can help improve your supply chain and get your questions answered during the live Q&A session.
Listen our KN FreshChain experts and Bakker Barendrecht, one of the leaders in the market, to discuss current challenges of modern perishable supply chain and game-changing importance of standardization that ensures that the products arrive with an optimal shelf life to the customers and with the maximum freshness to their consumers.
Aktuelle ökologische Herausforderungen und Lösungen in der Logistik.
Prof. Dr. Franz Josef Radermacher, Otto Schacht and Paolo Montrone talk about climate change as our contemporary challenge today. They will go into detail about understanding the challenges of sustainability in the logistics industry, as well as the effects of growth in emerging markets.
Kevin Nash talks about what best practices in the world of logistics means. He goes into detail about today’s challenges in the industry and how best to be prepared, as expectations towards supply chain functionalities have increased. While supply chains in the past were focussed on delivering cheap and on-time, they have become an essential part of the customer experience today. Thus, additional performance dimensions have come up and supply chains have become a key differentiator for multiple businesses. Supply chain management cannot afford to stand still, but needs to evolve constantly at high speed.
Erik Goedhart talks about the aerospace industry and its need to adapt to the new market scenario, now that global air traffic has been brought to an almost complete standstill as a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak. He covers the significant and long-term changes all players in the aerospace industry are facing and how to adapt to the – what we call – "new normal”.
John Chapman and Craig Brodie share Kuehne+Nagel’s current best practices utilised within the 4PL environment. The focus will be on risk management – how to ensure that hazards are quantified and understood and also how, if the risk is too high, appropriate mitigations and business continuity plans are developed. An analysis of the data in combination with lane and route risk assessments enables us to make informed choices on both existing and new routings, including potential changes to mode of transport, with the outcome being transparent and optimised cost, quality and service.
Buying and selling goods in the international trade system can often be tricky, with obligations, cost, and risk to all parties. In this webinar, Prof. Dr. Burghard Piltz clarifies the most significant International Commercial Terms (Incoterms®) rules, ideal for beginners or as a refresher for experienced professionals. Dr. Piltz will give you a deep understanding of the new Incoterms® 2020 rules, as well as go through the basic systematic of the 11 clauses of the Incoterms.
Buying and selling goods in the international trade system can often be tricky, with obligations, cost, and risk to all parties. Prof. Dr. Burghard Piltz talks about the newly introduced International Commercial Terms (Incoterms®) rules that came into effect in January 2020. Understanding the differences between the 2010 and 2020 versions will help leverage free trade agreements when doing business internationally. Prof. Dr. Piltz addresses the most significant changes and gives detailed insights into reasons for the change.
Robert Coyle talks about how the Pharma & Healthcare industry is evolving rapidly and how technology is already part of the future. At Kuehne+Nagel, we partner with our customers to offer the highest standards of services and technologies to enable a smooth digital journey. By continuously evaluating our customers’ needs and evolving our processes and offers, we make sure our customers have access to the data they require. We are also constantly seeking to simplify the supply chain to help drive industry solutions that will help all of our customers. Learn about our service offerings and our digital roadmap to optimise your logistics services… for when it matters the most.
As the new IMO 2020 regulation takes effect, all seagoing vessels must reduce their sulphur oxide emissions by 85%. Kai Miller will talk about the implementation of this new regulation and its ongoing impact on the energy market and fuel prices. Before going into detail on the availability of IMO compliant fuel, price development, volatility and methodologies, the new IMO 2020 regulations will be introduced and explained in detail.
Scott talks about how new logistics solutions are becoming ever more imperative in a new world of patient-centric medicine. As the practice of personalized medicine and decentralized clinical trials continue to grow, a new supply chain paradigm is emerging. He walks us through the evolution of one-size-fits-all medicine to a more personalized approach and the arising need for a new supply chain that aligns with the focus of being closer to the patient. Scott explains the importance of patient-focused logistics experts, solutions and technologies in order to successfully address these challenges.