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"FORGET 2030. WHAT SUPPLY CHAINS NEED TODAY" Forum

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"FORGET 2030. WHAT SUPPLY CHAINS NEED TODAY" Forum

HCMC, April 11 2019 08:00 – 12:00

 

 

CONTEXT                                                                   

 

While it is nice to envision supply chains in 2020 or 2030 the truth is, most manufacturing businesses still, face day-to-day supply chain optimization issues that span from having manual processes to having difficulties in syncing up projected sales with actual market conditions. For such businesses, they need to walk before they run. Taking advantage of more advanced supply chain innovations comes only after essential planning, automation, and optimization processes have been put in place.

 

A Few Key Supply Chain Initiatives That Can Help Manufacturing Businesses Today

 

1. Improving Forecast Accuracy

Demand planning is a critical component in any supply chain planning process. Forecasts drive most downstream supply chain processes because they help supply chain leaders determine the amount of raw materials needed; and how to gauge inventory levels to avoid overstocks or an understock. For companies struggling with forecast accuracy, high inventory costs may leave no room for additional cost savings that could be invested in supply chain innovation projects.

 

2. Data Cleansing and System Integration

Data Cleansing and System Integration should be a key initiative for any business looking to improve forecasted numbers, enhance collaboration, and supply chain visibility. Inaccurate forecasting often stems from inaccessibility to real-time data. Using manual Excel spreadsheets for planning and forecasting can lead to forecasting errors and even disastrous Excel errors. Integrating your ERP with advanced planning systems can eliminate error-prone manual steps, and improve team productivity with access to real-time transactional data on the fly. For businesses with disjointed back office and planning systems, improving forecast accuracy maybe rather elusive.

 

3. Determine the Metrics That Matter

Determining the metrics that matter goes beyond just implementing a ‘pretty’ S&OP dashboard that identifies leading indicators to help drive the business forward. These key metrics should allow supply chain managers to easily and quickly identify critical gaps in the supply chain process. Examples of key metrics include capacity utilization, forecast accuracy, lead times, and turnover rates. All in all, businesses should not begin to create supply chain strategies that could be advantageous for 2020 and beyond, without looking at ways to improve what exists today. Remember, any technological enhancement is only as good as its implementation. Unfortunately for most manufacturing businesses with subpar supply chain processes, implementing more advanced supply chain solutions might be a far reach, involving jumping critical steps essential to attaining true supply chain visibility and process optimization.

 

 

THE FORUM                                                                 

 

During 4 hours at this forum, you will learn, sharing about: Forecast Accuracy, Data Cleansing, System Integration, Metrics That Matter, and most of all, networking with other industrial peers in supply chain management in Vietnam.
 
This forum is open free for qualified delegates who are industry professionals in Supply Chains, Manufacturing, Logistics, Procurement. Only online registrations are accepted.

 

 

SPEAKERS                                                              

 

Lan Nguyen Duc Quynh, VP Operations, Lazada Express Vietnam

 

Lan has 18+ Years in Operations in Ecommerce Logistics, Conventional Logistics including Retail, FMCG, Technology, Industrial products and 3PL and  6+ in End to End Supply Chain Management in Demand & Supply Planning, Manufacturing Capacity Planning,   Procurement, Shipping, Quality, Inventory Management, Warehouse & Distribution.   
Prior to the VP Operations role at Lazada Express, she has worked at DHL Supply Chain,DHL Express, Hafele, Cargill. She is BA, MBA, DBA in progress, and also contributed her insights to International Journal Published at Harvard International Journal of Arts and Science.

 

 

 

 

 

Andrea Tretti, Senior Manager - Supply Chain, CEL Consulting

 

Andrea is supply chain senior manager at CEL consulting in Ho Chi Minh City, company specialized in providing consultancy, technology and training solutions in the field of Demand Management, Supply Chain and Logistics in emerging markets.  He received M.Eng. degree in Industrial engineering and management from the University of Padua, Italy, and the micromaster credential in Supply Chain Management from MIT. Winner of The Fresh Connection supply chain global competition in 2017. He worked in logistics operations and supply chain consulting and training for SMEs and multinational companies in Portugal and Brazil, before moving to Vietnam in 2017.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Eckart Dutz, General Director, Pacific Partners

 

Eckart is General Director of Pacific Partners (VN), Ltd., a Sourcing Company specialized in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (Food and Nonfood). That includes export activities to Markets in the Pacific Islands as well as the import of Nonfood products (Sole agent for UBL China) to Vietnam. Most recently he has opened a Restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City (www.theloop.vn) . He came to Vietnam in 1995 and has worked from 1996 - 2004 for Unilever in Vietnam, Thailand, Netherlands, Germany in various Supply Chain positions. Most recently as Regional Supply Chain Manager for Ice Cream for South East Asia. Eckart received a PhD in Supply Chain Management from Mannheim University (Germany) and a Diploma in Business Administration as well as a Post Graduate Degree (Lic.rer.pol.) in International Economics. He is CoFounder of the Vietnam Supply Chain (www.vietnamsupplychain.com) and previously on the Boards of Advisors of the Vietnam Supply Chain Council as well as an Advisor to the Sourcing & Purchasing Club Vietnam. Furthermore he is Lecturer for the Executive MBA Programs of the RMIT and the Vietnam National University as well as Eastern International University in Binh Duong.

 

 

Tuan Le Minh, Logistics & Operations Manager, Vietnam Agribusiness Ltd. (BUNGE)

 

 

Tuan is Operations Manager at Vietnam Agribusiness Ltd. - Bunge Vietnam Limited since 2009, and also an APICS Supply Chain Professional Candidate. At Bunge Vietnam, his responsibility and experience ranges from managing team for sufficient supply of soya beans, continuos production & lowest inventory of soymeal, and soya oil, coordinating with production & commercial in terms of operational cost, production yield in respect with raw material quality vs enquiry of product specifications and products' sale price for best production plan, managing & coaching team to ensure logistics cost efficiency including chartering, trucking, warehousing, and other services supplied by vendors, managing ports' performance with long term partners in South and North area and ensuring shortest port stay of vessels and lowest handling cost, managing and coaching team for smooth and risk-free sale execution, managing & coaching team to ensure the availability and compliance of operational standards of procedure, contract templates, logistics procurement procedures, taking charge of logistics network expansion strategy in Vietnam. 
 

 

 

Thanh Nguyen Trong, Manager of Transportation & Logistics, Adidas Sourcing

 

THANH is currently working as Manager Transport & Logistics in Adidas Sourcing ltd. He graduated from Vietnam Maritime University and continued to deepen his knowledge of logistics with Msc in Maritime & transport management in ITMMA, Belgium (Institute of transport & maritime management Antwerp). The love for sport bring him to various Logistics positions in 2 Sport giant companies Decathlon & adidas during the past 5 years. In his free time, he watches football, goes swimming & plays ping-pong with friends.

 

 

 

 

 

Youssef Bouzoubaa, Project Manager, CEL Consulting

 

Youssef is a senior project manager, supply chain consultant and has been at the foundation of the Network Simulation practice of CEL. Prior to CEL, he has conducted numerous studies in supply chain management, network design, logistics, Lean manufacturing and quality management in Hong Kong, China and France. MSc in Industrial Systems Engineering, specialized in Supply Chain Management from The Troyes University of Technology, France. He is experienced in Industrial Intelligence, Project management, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Flow Modelling, Simulation & Optimization, with a very solid knowledge in Operations Research, Probability application and Statistics. Youssef has conducted several industrial and logistic optimization with core focus around distribution and sourcing networks, involving in the development of complex models and simulation tools.

 

 

Tuan Nguyen Manh, Supply Planning Manager, Friesland Campina Vietnam

 

 

Ngan Vuong, General Manager - Overland, Kuehne+Nagel

 

 

Anh Ton, Planning Manager, Sun Resources Food


 

Oanh Tran, Vice Director of Supply Chain & Logistics, Saigon Co.op


 

Le Lam, National Planning Manager, Suntory Pepsi Vietnam 

 

 

Duc Nguyen,  Director, Votiva (Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia)


 

TOPICS                                                                            

 

Workshop: KPI Implementation - Case Study 
 
Panel: Forecast Accuracy
 
Workshop: Supply Chain Metrics
 
Panel: Supply Chain Metrics
 
Workshop: Data Cleansing & System Integration 

 

 

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