LogiMed 2017

October 18-October 19, 2017

Hyperion Hotel, Hamburg

44 (0) 207 368 9766

Guillaume Gasc

VP Competence Center & Supply Chain
Carl Zeiss Meditec
Guillaume has two main areas of responsibility: The first is the downstream supply chain for all single use medical devices. The second is the management of two development and manufacturing sites of Intra ocular lenses. The biggest success of her team in the last 6 months was the go-live of different e-commerce tools adapted to different customer segment: Mobile app, customer portal and EDI. Her biggest challenge is keeping an accurate and up-to-date understanding of workflow and jobs to be done at the customer side in order to design supply chain processes fulfilling customer needs.


Day 1 - Wednesday 18th October 2017

16:50 PM DRILL DOWN ROUND TABLES

•The growing importance of value added services and assessing its impact on the supply chain  
Peter Trappeniers, Senior Customer Care Manager EMEA, Terumo

•How to use digitalisation to advance track and trace capabilities and create a customer centric supply chain  
Guillaume Gasc, VP Competence Center & Supply Chain, Carl Zeiss Meditec

•How to use bar codes and the information generated in order to improve product traceability and maximise the return on investment 
Jenny Gough, GS1 Specialist, Mölnlycke Health Care

•How to help manufactures and logistics service providers maintain strategic relationships, get real-time visibility and leverage productivity 
Speaker TBC, ShipitSmarter

•How can market segmentation help supply chain deliver a higher level of service?
Mathijs Luts, Director Supply Chain EMEA & India, Abbott 

•How to ensure accurate serialisation of your products with the use of UDI 
Rick Desmarais, Director, Global JJOS Deployment Leader, Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems

•How can supply chain collaborate with IT to embed new digital capabilities? 
Jos Hanssen, Operations Director EMEA, Össur

•Pros and cons of using cloud based solutions: Cost benefit ratios and security considerations 

Cyber security in the SC: What are the risks and how can you mitigate them? 

•Centralised vs. decentralised SC functions: How do you determine the right model?

•Culture change: How do you manage people towards embracing digitalisation?

•How is the industry being transformed with the use of smart phones/health apps and how should the supply chain respond? 

•Title TBC 
Valérie Le Blanc, Transport and Logistics Manager EMEAI, Beckman Coulter
Benoît Penet, Senior manager Supply Chain Operations, Carl Zeiss Meditec

Day 2 - Thursday 19th October 2017

09:40 AM ALL STAR PANEL: What are the 5 biggest disruptive and enabling technologies in supply chain digitalisation and how will these impact the way you operate by 2025?

  • 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