The automotive landscape is changing. Disruptions in automotive supply chains, shortages of material and manpower, and inflation are adding stress to an industry that is already in the midst of an evolution in demand and preference. Logistics and supply chain management combined with data and tracking, integrated decision-making, technology innovation as well as with strong logistics partnerships, manufacturers, suppliers, wholesalers and distributors can look forward to a ‘more in control’ approach in the future.
Today businesses need visibility in every aspect of their operations, but especially along their end-to-end supply chain and the Automotive Logistics Forum at Automechanika Dubai addresses some of the key logistics and supply chain management challenges for the aftermarket industry.
|11:15||Welcome and opening remarks||Shailen Shukla, Chief Logistics Officer
Admiral Global DMCC
|11:15||Session by DP World|
|12:00||Emerging trends in autonomous vehicle logistics and the impact on transportation and distribution models.
||Gopal R, Global Leader, Supply Chain & Logistics Advisory
Frost & Sullivan
|12:30||Revolutionizing EV Manufacturing: A Strategic Look at Supply Chain Development
||K M Mandana, Head Global Manufacturing
The Battery Logistics Challenges and Opportunities
· Battery is the core of new Ecosystem and it requires a re-think of the entire supply chain
· Supply chain will be far stretched up to raw materials and recycling processes
· New Supply chain needs: New Challenges but big opportunities
|Fathi Tlatli, Global Auto-Mobility Sector President
|Boosting Efficiency and Profitability: The Power of Collaboration in Logistic||Shailen Shukla, Chief Logistics Officer
Admiral Global DMCC
|14:00||Unlocking Workshop Optimization: The Role of Connected Cars and Enhanced Supply Chain Management||Bechara Haddad, General Manager
|14:30||Managing Dead Stock in the Automotive Aftermarket||Ali Korri, General Manager, A&K Autoteile GmbH|