LogiMed EU 2019

16 - 17 October, 2019

Rotterdam - NHow Hotel

44 (0) 207 368 9766

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Conference Day One - Wednesday 16 October 2019

7:00 am - 8:35 am Registration and Welcome Coffee

8:35 am - 8:40 am Welcome Remarks

8:40 am - 8:45 am Chairperson’s Opening Address: Rob Drag, Former Scan4Safety Programme Manager, Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, Director, R2Consulting

Robert Drag, Former Scan4Safety Programme Manager at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

Robert Drag

Former Scan4Safety Programme Manager
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

Transforming Your Supply Chain With Digital Innovations

8:45 am - 9:05 am OPENING KEYNOTE: How can you leverage advances in AI, ML and RPA across your supply chain to automate manual processes and allow your employees to focus on value add tasks?

·         How to develop an optimal network design that achieves the right balance between customer centricity, traditional supply chain cost principles and innovation
·         How to identify and run first pilot projects in order to gain ROI
·         The growing importance of vertical integration: What platforms and standards you should be using for the data exchange
·         What are the opportunities for AI implementation across supply chain in order to automate manual processes and get true visibility
David Wilson, Director EMEA Supply Chain Planning at Medtronic

David Wilson

Director EMEA Supply Chain Planning
Medtronic

9:05 am - 9:45 am FIRESIDE CHAT: Realising the benefits of digital transformation: What are the critical success factors for creating a digital supply chain vision and gaining momentum throughout the implementation phase?

·         What is the role of supply chain in the overall digital strategy of your company?
·         How can digital help to close gaps within your supply chain E2E visibility, customer communication and costs?
·         What technologies should you be considering now to create agile and responsive supply chain operations?
·         How to develop digital solutions that create value to your customers
David Wilson, Director EMEA Supply Chain Planning at Medtronic

David Wilson

Director EMEA Supply Chain Planning
Medtronic

Christophe Suizdak, Global Supply Chain Leader, Strategy & Digital Transformation at GE Healthcare

Christophe Suizdak

Global Supply Chain Leader, Strategy & Digital Transformation
GE Healthcare

9:45 am - 10:05 am INTERVIEW: How will connected medical devices transform the healthcare industry and how can you best prepare to capitalise on the prospects of a more autonomous supply chain?

·         How to use digitalisation to take an active role in patient healthcare
·         What is the role of supply chain in digital healthcare?
·         What are the opportunities to capture patient data to drive autonomous supply chains?
·         How the future of digital health will look and how it will impact supply chain cost and profitability models
Dan Bøgsted Andersen, Global Head of Digital Health at Coloplast

Dan Bøgsted Andersen

Global Head of Digital Health
Coloplast

10:05 am - 10:35 am Morning Networking Break

Achieving End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility

10:35 am - 11:05 am CASE STUDY: reserved for DHL

Scott Allison

Chief Customer Officer, Global Service Logistics
DHL

11:05 am - 11:25 am CASE STUDY: How to optimise production and distribution planning projects to achieve a greater level of flexibility and end-to-end supply chain visibility

·         What is the best approach to balance demand and capacity indicators
·         How to select and analyse a right set of data to plan on a network level
·         How to overcome complexities caused by supply chain structures and get full visibility of the process’s limitations
·         How to capture and analyse customer data to optimise planning activities including distribution, transportation and production
Ólafur Gylfason, Director of Logistics & Procurement at Össur

Ólafur Gylfason

Director of Logistics & Procurement
Össur

Sebastien Tomassat, Senior Program Director, Head of Strategy Execution Office, CVG Global Operations at Medtronic

Sebastien Tomassat

Senior Program Director, Head of Strategy Execution Office, CVG Global Operations
Medtronic

11:45 am - 12:25 pm ALL STAR PANEL DISCUSSION: How can you integrate distributors, LSPs and external network partners into your supply chain and streamline key processes to deliver smoother workflows to your customers?

·         How to establish effective communication channels between manufacturer, distributor and customer in order to ensure the expected quality and service level
·         Understanding different parties’ supply chain processes to provide needed support regarding data sharing, deliveries and order management
·         How to improve the level of trust among all parties to achieve effective collaboration that eventually benefits end users
·         How to copy the Amazon model in order to embrace opportunities of patient home deliveries and personalised medicine
Frank Moonen, Director Global Delivery Excellence at Boston Scientific

Frank Moonen

Director Global Delivery Excellence
Boston Scientific

Jimmy Khoo, Vice President, Supply Chain Europe & EMA at Becton Dickinson

Jimmy Khoo

Vice President, Supply Chain Europe & EMA
Becton Dickinson

Mark Ewing, EMEAC Supply Chain Director at Hologic

Mark Ewing

EMEAC Supply Chain Director
Hologic

Frederic Picano, Head of supply chain EMEA at bioMérieux

Frederic Picano

Head of supply chain EMEA
bioMérieux

12:25 pm - 12:45 pm CASE STUDY: The journey to building true end-to-end business integration

Andy Walker, Managing Partner at Oliver Wight

Andy Walker

Managing Partner
Oliver Wight

Adrian Furey, VP, Global Supply Chain & Logistics at Zimmer Biomet

Adrian Furey

VP, Global Supply Chain & Logistics
Zimmer Biomet

12:45 pm - 1:45 pm Networking Lunch

12:45 pm - 1:45 pm SYNERGY WORKSHOP:

Review of the supply chain benefits gained through document automation when managing a multi-country, multi-language, customer service integration project. What are the additional benefits now realised from the continued investment in AI-driven solutions and what are the future considerations in such technologies to further enhance this success?
Eric Bertorello, Digital EDI Leader at Zimmer Biomet

Eric Bertorello

Digital EDI Leader
Zimmer Biomet

TRACKS

STREAM A – Progressing Your S&OP Maturity

1:45 pm - 2:45 pm CASE STUDY: How to bridge the gap between your current state of S&OP maturity and future development goals
·         How to access the level of your S&OP maturity to develop a further improvement strategy
·         Bridging the gap between running manual processes versus advanced systems
·         What tools and processes should you put in place in order to develop mature S&OP processes that allow you to prepare for the next phase of IBP

STREAM A – Progressing Your S&OP Maturity

2:45 pm - 3:25 pm ALL STAR PANEL DISCUSSION: What are the key elements of a well performing S&OP roadmap that delivers effective and efficient supply chain operations?
·         Should S&OP teams report to commercial or supply chain functions?
·         What is the optimal integration level across the company?
·         How to measure the effectiveness of your S&OP process: At what point might you get counter productivity?
·         Should you be considering inventory levels in your S&OP?
·         Innovative technologies you should be investing in now in order to improve the accuracy of your planning and efficiency of the S&OP process
Clemens Heller, Manager Supply Chain Planning & Projects at Hartmann

Clemens Heller

Manager Supply Chain Planning & Projects
Hartmann

Karine Javelle, Dir Supply Chain Planning EMEA at Baxter Healthcare

Karine Javelle

Dir Supply Chain Planning EMEA
Baxter Healthcare

Andreas Werner, Head of Global Supply Chain Planning at Novocure

Andreas Werner

Head of Global Supply Chain Planning
Novocure

STREAM B – Building Global Distribution Networks

1:45 pm - 2:05 pm CASE STUDY: What are the lessons learnt from insourced control towers and how can you achieve a higher level of ownership over your logistics processes?
·         What skills and resources you need to put in place to build the control tower organization
·         Aligning systems and tools across the entire supply chain
·         Achieved results: Increased visibility and control over your inventory and transport operations
·         What are the extra benefits you can achieve from the implementation of these technologies?
Hugo Bakermans, Senior Director Global Logistics & Order Mgt at Philips Healthcare

Hugo Bakermans

Senior Director Global Logistics & Order Mgt
Philips Healthcare

STREAM B – Building Global Distribution Networks

2:05 pm - 2:45 pm CASE STUDY: How to overcome challenges operating and entering regulated emerging and sanctioned markets
Bridie Norman, VP, Logistics Platform at Elekta

Bridie Norman

VP, Logistics Platform
Elekta

STREAM B – Building Global Distribution Networks

2:45 pm - 3:00 pm CASE STUDY: The importance to innovate your life sciences and healthcare supply chain
Karin van den Brekel, Market Line Manager for LSH Sales at GEFCO Forwarding Division

Karin van den Brekel

Market Line Manager for LSH Sales
GEFCO Forwarding Division

STREAM B – Building Global Distribution Networks

3:00 pm - 3:25 pm CASE STUDY: How to build a robust supply chain network in the Middle East and Africa that overcomes the limitations of regional logistics infrastructure and better meets local customer needs
·         How to strengthen the cooperation with LSPs and equip them with the support needed to manage customs, paperwork and physical movement of goods better
·         What is best practice in shipping dangerous goods to the Middle East region?
·         Lessons learned from successful and unsuccessful product launches in these regions
Barry English, Supply Chain Planning Manager at Molnlycke Healthcare AB

Barry English

Supply Chain Planning Manager
Molnlycke Healthcare AB

Mohamed Sadek, General Manager - MEA at Molnlycke Health Care

Mohamed Sadek

General Manager - MEA
Molnlycke Health Care

STREAM C – Interactive Working Groups

1:45 pm - 3:25 pm WORKSHOP: Enabling end-to-end supply chain with integrated business planning
This interactive workshop will explore the key elements businesses need to set in place to enable effective end to end supply chain planning. Oliver Wight Partner, Andy Walker will highlight the importance of ensuring your enterprise has robust commercial planning, good internal behaviours and clarity on strategy – all fundamental pre-requisites in enabling optimisation of the end to end supply chain. Alongside this, Andy will explore how Integrated Business Planning can be utilised to drive both internal and end to end supply chain planning excellence.
Andy Walker, Managing Partner at Oliver Wight

Andy Walker

Managing Partner
Oliver Wight

Adrian Furey, VP, Global Supply Chain & Logistics at Zimmer Biomet

Adrian Furey

VP, Global Supply Chain & Logistics
Zimmer Biomet

STREAM A – Taking the Next Step With Integrated Business Planning

3:25 pm - 4:05 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE: How to align IBP processes across departments to enable collaborative planning and integrated financial budgets
Nico Nürbchen, General Manager, Global Supply Chain Management at Olympus

Nico Nürbchen

General Manager, Global Supply Chain Management
Olympus

Andreas Noe, Business Unit Manager General Surgery at OLYMPUS Surgical Technologies

Andreas Noe

Business Unit Manager General Surgery
OLYMPUS Surgical Technologies

STREAM B – Streamlining Your Distribution Network

3:25 pm - 4:05 pm CASE STUDY INTERACTIVE: How to best plan around irregular orders from distributors to ensure forecasting accuracy, inventory availability and production control
Mirko Marcus, Demand Planning & FIM Manager at Abbott

Mirko Marcus

Demand Planning & FIM Manager
Abbott

STREAM C – Interactive Working Groups

3:25 pm - 4:05 pm CREATIVE BOARDROOM: Reserved for TNT

4:05 pm - 4:40 pm Afternoon Networking Break

In this highly interactive small group format, choose the topic most reflective of your current challenges, then dive deep with your peers and benefit from informal bench marking opportunities, as the roundtable explores:

Drill Down Roundtable Discussions


Supply Chain Management

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 1: What is the best approach to segment customers based on product lines, internal operational constraints and inventory limitations?
Wolfram Waschke, Director Customer Distribution and Warehouse at Paul Hartmann

Wolfram Waschke

Director Customer Distribution and Warehouse
Paul Hartmann

Supply Chain Management

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 2: How to facilitate a successful change management process to identify challenges and opportunities within digitalisation and adapt to new ways of working
Armand Crutzen, Director Operations EMEA Supply Chain at Boston Scientific

Armand Crutzen

Director Operations EMEA Supply Chain
Boston Scientific

Supply Chain Management

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 3: What is the impact of trade wars and complex healthcare market on global supply chains and what are the best approaches for building robust logistics networks and risk management strategies?
Isabela Furtado, Director Global Logistics at Terumo

Isabela Furtado

Director Global Logistics
Terumo

Supply Chain Management

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 4. Mindf#ck on Top Level is back! – The Secrets of the Brain Unveiled
Marcel Bos, Author of "Why of Everything” at Sparkwise

Marcel Bos

Author of "Why of Everything”
Sparkwise

Customer Centricity

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 5: How to keep up service levels and meet customer demands under increasing price erosion pressure
Jackie Pomroy, Director at Jackie Pomroy Consultancy

Jackie Pomroy

Director
Jackie Pomroy Consultancy

Customer Centricity

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 6: How to build agile delivery channels to provide different service levels to various segment groups

Faser Donaldson

VP Custmer Experience and Services
Intuitive Surgical

Customer Centricity

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 7: How to make you customer service department more efficient and effective with machine learning and robotic process automation?
Kris De Peuter, Head of EMEA Customer Operations at Agfa Healthcare NV

Kris De Peuter

Head of EMEA Customer Operations
Agfa Healthcare NV

Logistics and distribution

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 8. What actions should you be taking now to respond to increasing requirements of last mile green logistics and waste management
Peter Trappeniers, Sr Customer Care, Planning & Inventory Manager EMEA at Terumo

Peter Trappeniers

Sr Customer Care, Planning & Inventory Manager EMEA
Terumo

Logistics and distribution

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 9: How to create successful distribution models in the Middle East and Africa to build a robust supply chain operations
David Norris, EMEIA Logistics Director at Varian Medical Systems

David Norris

EMEIA Logistics Director
Varian Medical Systems

Inventory and demand management

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 10: What integrated and bolt-on tools should you be using to optimise S&OP and IBP processes?
Karine Javelle, Dir Supply Chain Planning EMEA at Baxter Healthcare

Karine Javelle

Dir Supply Chain Planning EMEA
Baxter Healthcare

Inventory and demand management

4:40 pm - 5:20 pm Roundtable 11: What automated systems and tools can you use to balance stock levels between different warehouses, locations and countries?
Pierre-Louis Corne, Director EMEA Demand Management at Integra LifeSciences

Pierre-Louis Corne

Director EMEA Demand Management
Integra LifeSciences

5:20 pm - 5:40 pm CASE STUDY: Supply chain as an enabler of value based healthcare: What are the challenges and opportunities?

Brian Mangan, Deputy Director Procurement Development at NHS NW

Brian Mangan

Deputy Director Procurement Development
NHS NW

5:40 pm - 6:10 pm GUEST SPEAKER: What is the role of supply chain in shifting hospital procurement strategies from product to value to achieve sustainable healthcare, patient outcomes and competitive advantage?

Anne Snowdon

Chair
SCAN Health

6:10 pm - 7:00 pm Networking Drinks Reception