LogiMed 2017

October 18-October 19, 2017

Hyperion Hotel, Hamburg

44 (0) 207 368 9766

Day 2 - Thursday 19th October 2017

08:00 AM - 08:45 AM Registration and welcome coffee

08:45 AM - 08:50 AM Welcome remarks

08:50 AM - 09:00 AM Chairperson’s opening address

Chet Damania, Senior Manager, Customer Solutions, Johnson & Johnson

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Chet Damania

Senior Manager, Customer Solutions
Johnson & Johnson

IGNITING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

09:00 AM - 09:20 AM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: How to apply big data analytics in a supply chain environment to maximize profitability and increase internal collaboration

Karine Javelle, Global Supply Chain Network Optimization, Baxter Healthcare
Karine Javelle has been with Baxter for 16 years during which she has covered a multitude of operational roles. She has been the Director EMEA Supply Chain Planning since the 1st of May 2017 and previously led the Global Network Optimization program, where her main goal was to develop Supply Chain Data Analytics globally at Baxter. She and her team represent a Supply Chain center of excellence that supports the organization as a whole in some particular area of focus such as a profitability improvement, cost reduction, service level improvement or supply chain transformation.

  • SC Center of Excellence - its role and objectives

  • Optimisation of all cost elements of the SC to drive down end to end SC costs or Cost to Serve

  • How to use big data to create tools that bring visibility of profitability at all levels and enable better and faster business decisions

  • Assessing the value of new business models created by big data: Capitalise on new innovations

  • The creation of a governance process to ensure increased cross-functional collaboration


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Karine Javelle

Global Supply Chain Network Optimization
Baxter Healthcare

09:20 AM - 09:40 AM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: Optimise your decision making process: Assessing real time global operations performance and supply chain transparency

Thomas Stucke, Head of Operations Insights, BSN Medical

Thomas Stucke is Head of Operations Insights at BSN Medical. Thomas is in charge of providing transparency on operations performance, supporting increase of cost efficiency through automation as well as supporting continuous improvement activities.

  • Fully integrated system solution in SAP environment
  • Non SAP environment integration
  • Value adding information process
  • Future state of full system integration
  • Predictive analytics opportunities

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Thomas Stucke

Head of Operations Insights
BSN Medical
  • What does a digital supply chain really mean?

  • Analysis of emerging disruptive technologies and predictions for future use

  • What are the strategic barriers and challenges that digitalisation presents and how can these be overcome?

  • Evaluating the benefits of adopting early digital practices and the implications on your supply chain costs

  • How to master the right mix of digital supply chain capabilities to enable you to innovate, compete and succeed in a fully digital business future


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Björn Neal Kirchner

VP Supply Chain Management
Hartmann
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Mathijs Luts

Director Supply Chain EMEA & India
Abbott
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Guillaume Gasc

Vice President Single use devices Supply Chain & Head of Competence Center
Carl Zeiss Meditec
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Chet Damania

Senior Manager, Customer Solutions
Johnson & Johnson

10:20 AM - 11:00 AM Morning networking break

  • What does a digital supply chain really mean?

  • Analysis of emerging disruptive technologies and predictions for future use

  • What are the strategic barriers and challenges that digitalisation presents and how can these be overcome?

  • Evaluating the benefits of adopting early digital practices and the implications on your supply chain costs

  • How to master the right mix of digital supply chain capabilities to enable you to innovate, compete and succeed in a fully digital business future


11:00 AM - 11:45 AM CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: Improve Supply Chain Efficiency & Collaboration by SKU consolidation and inventory optimization

Rick Desmarais, Director Global JJOS Deployment Leader, Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Chet Damania, Senior Manager, Customer Solutions, Johnson & Johnson
  • Improving trauma tray efficiency can lead to reducing tray discrepancies, cycle time and operational savings

  • Best practices on optimizing value stream with lean process improvement and kaizen

  • Reducing complexity with tray optimization leads to simplifying people, process, systems to free up valuable resources and space in hospitals


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Rick Desmarais

Director Global JJOS Deployment Leader
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems
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Chet Damania

Senior Manager, Customer Solutions
Johnson & Johnson

BE INSPIRED

11:45 AM - 12:25 PM GUEST SPEAKER: From ice to dust – How to apply lessons from extreme travel to the supply chain environment

Dr Mike Stroud, Explorer Physician, Writer
Mike Stroud qualified as a doctor in 1979 and then spent 10 years in hospital medicine interspersed with prolonged periods travelling around the world on expeditions. He then left mainstream medical practice to undertake six years of research on human performance at environmental extremes which led to him becoming the Chief Scientist at the UK Government ‘Centre for Human Sciences’. During this period, he continued to go on expeditions which included the first unsupported crossing of Antarctica on foot which he completed with Sir Ranulph Fiennes in 1993. This resulted in the award of both the OBE for ‘Human Endeavour & Services to Charity’ and the Polar Medal for ‘Services to Polar exploration’. In the late 1990s Mike returned to hospital medicine in Southampton where he is now a Professor in Medicine & Nutrition and a Consultant Gastroenterologist. Nevertheless, he has continued to undertake gruelling challenges in extreme environments. During 2016/17 he has been climbing some of the highest mountains on every continent helping Sir Ranulph in his ‘Global challenge’ to become the first man ever to have climbed the highest summits on all seven continents and to have crossed both polar regions

  • How to see the challenge clearly
  • Planning to succeed
  • Making it happen

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Dr Mike Stroud

Explorer Physician
Writer

12:25 PM - 1:35 PM Networking lunch

Choose your afternoon stream or sign up to the workshop or creative boardroom sessions – limited places available.


STREAM A – PLANNING Rethinking Forecasting and Inventory Management

1:35 PM - 2:25 PM CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: How to accurately forecast in tender driven markets and minimise the potential risks

Peter Trappeniers, Sr Customer Care, Planning & Inventory Manager EMEA, Terumo
  • Critical considerations in navigating the medtech bid process
  • What are the forecasting implications?
  • Assessing tools that can help improve planning and mitigate some of the potential risk

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Peter Trappeniers

Sr Customer Care, Planning & Inventory Manager EMEA
Terumo

STREAM A – PLANNING Rethinking Forecasting and Inventory Management

2:25 PM - 2:45 PM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: How to implement an efficient field inventory management organization in Europe

Enric Cargol, Supply Chain Planning Manager EMEA, Abbott
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Optimizing at consignment locations/area/regions
  • Reduction of scrap and non-moving inventory
  • Short UBD management and rerouting activities

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Enric Cargol

Supply Chain Planning Manager EMEA
Abbott

STREAM B – LOGISTICS New Advances in Transportation

1:35 PM - 2:25 PM CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: How to change the customer delivery (freight) and consignment management landscape through collaboration with sales

Frank Moonen, Director Global Delivery Excellence, Boston Scientific

Sales is never in favour of increasing the delivery time, neither is sales keen on giving up control in managing the consignment inventory. Through collaboration and seeking for the true win-win situation, Boston Scientific Europe has been able to do both. The standard freight delivery lead time for Boston has always been 24 hrs. Currently the standard has moved to 48 hrs. Premium (taxi) shipments are used frequently. We are currently routing many of those shipments to central drop off points. Consignment management has always been managed by and through the sales organization. We are moving away from that model towards a model where full execution and control is in the hands of SC.


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Frank Moonen

Director Global Delivery Excellence
Boston Scientific

STREAM B – LOGISTICS New Advances in Transportation

2:25 PM - 2:45 PM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: How to drive customer supply chain efficiencies through connectivity and data integration

Thorsten Burger, EMEA Senior Solution Manager, Supply Chain Solutions, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Dr. Diego Lauritano, Director Logistic Center, Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria di Bologna
  • Seamlessly integrating automatic data capturing into the operating room workflow

  • Track and trace products to patient and/or procedure

  • Reduction in time and errors compared to manual processes

  • Real-time inventory control and automatic replenishment


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Thorsten Burger

EMEA Senior Solution Manager, Supply Chain Solutions
Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices

Dr. Diego Lauritano

Director Logistic Center
Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria di Bologna

STREAM C – INTERACTIVE WORKING GROUPS

1:35 PM - 2:45 PM CREATIVE BOARDROOM: Customer services: To outsource or insource? How to create a structure that adds maximum value

Peter-Paul van Heesewijk, Senior Director Global Customer Service, Abbott
LIMITED TO 12 PEOPLE

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Peter-Paul van Heesewijk

Senior Director Global Customer Service
Abbott

2:45 PM - 3:15 PM Afternoon networking break

3:15 PM - 3:55 PM ALL STAR PANEL: What is the optimal level of consignment in order to prevent product expiry and back orders and what distribution models will help achieve this?

Chet Damania, Senior Manager, Customer Solutions, Johnson & Johnson Thomas Stucke, Head of Operations Insights, BSN Medical Eric Thomas, Director Supply & Demand, BioMérieux Enric Cargol, Supply Chain Planning Manager EMEA, Abbott
  • Order management: How device manufacturers can help their customers beyond the sale

  • What are the latest regulatory developments in product lifecycle management?

  • Impact on distribution: Which models best support optimal order volumes?

  • Planning for reverse logistics: How can you reduce the cost of over-orders?


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Thomas Stucke

Head of Operations Insights
BSN Medical
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Eric Thomas

Director Supply & Demand
BioMérieux
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Enric Cargol

Supply Chain Planning Manager EMEA
Abbott
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Chet Damania

Senior Manager, Customer Solutions
Johnson & Johnson

3:55 PM - 4:45 PM CASE STUDY REVOLUTION: How to build successful supplier relationships and collaborate in a way that enables transportation excellence

Marco Girardi, Logistics Manager, Terumo BCT
  • Shifting from viewing 3PLs as suppliers to partners – What to expect from a partnership vs. supplier?

  • Developing a continuous improvement programme

  • Choosing your 3PL: Gaining the correct balance between price, quality and safety

  • Can you manage/influence the 3PLs/4PLs relationship with customers?

  • How to integrate suppliers ERP systems with your own

  • How to best manage conflict between parties


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Marco Girardi

Logistics Manager
Terumo BCT

4:45 PM - 5:05 PM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI): How is this working in practice and what is the impact on the customer?

Eric Thomas, Director Supply & Demand, BioMérieux
  • VMI: What is it and when is it preferable to a conventional purchasing agreement?

  • What are the most common pitfalls for both the customer and the manufacturer?

  • How can a 3PL assist in managing supply and demand of VMI?


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Eric Thomas

Director Supply & Demand
BioMérieux

5:05 PM - 5:15 PM Chairperson’s closing remarks:

Chet Damania, Senior Manager, Customer Solutions, Johnson & Johnson

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Chet Damania

Senior Manager, Customer Solutions
Johnson & Johnson

5:15 PM - 5:20 PM End of conference