LogiMed 2017

October 18-October 19, 2017

Hyperion Hotel, Hamburg

44 (0) 207 368 9766

Hans Willems

VP Supply Chain Europe
Boston Scientific
Hans joined Boston Scientific in 1997, first as operations manager, developing into a director role for the site in Beek, The Netherlands. He initiated the construction of a completely new site in the Netherlands, 25000 m2 with shipping of 4200 orders per day, all over the world, with less invasive medical devices to all major hospitals. Promoted to Vice President Operations in 2006, managing all distribution outside the US. Acts as a managing director for the legal entity of Boston Scientific in the Netherlands. In 2013 promoted to Vice President Supply Chain Europe. Finished a second masters in Executive Leadership and Change.


9:00 AM CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: Improving customer satisfaction with the use of automation: How has this developed and what is the future outlook?

Hans joined Boston Scientific in 1997, first as operations manager, developing into a director role for the site in Beek, The Netherlands. He initiated the construction of a completely new site in the Netherlands, 25000 m2 with shipping of 4200 orders per day, all over the world, with less invasive medical devices to all major hospitals. Promoted to Vice President Operations in 2006, managing all distribution outside the US. Acts as a managing director for the legal entity of Boston Scientific in the Netherlands. In 2013 promoted to Vice President Supply Chain Europe. Finished a second masters in Executive Leadership and Change

  • How to automate customer order processing in the most time and resource efficient way

  • What are the available smart ordering tools and what are the best ones to use?

  • How to increase service levels and customer satisfaction by process standardisation

4:00 PM Exclusive Invite-Only Workshop: How to develop a business case for advanced automation in your intralogistics.

Implementing automated intralogistics solutions, such as robotics or automated storage, in your manufacturing facility or warehouse will give significant advantages. However, they also require significant investments and managers often struggle how to define the business case for these investment.
In this workshop, we will share our experience based on hundreds of projects.

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