Global Logistics Market Update: How to leverage your Supply Chain Design?
Volatility continues to impact supply chains. COVID-19, Transatlantic market pressures and BREXIT have accelerated the need for many companies to look at the design of their supply chain from production to distribution networks. A company’s ability to simulate multiple “what-if” scenarios and make rapid decisions with a high level of confidence can mitigate friction, increase visibility, and deliver agility.
Experts from the American Logistics conglomerate, Expeditors, will share their insights on the following key topics:
· Brief Global Freight Market Update – Transatlantic focus
· Market Impacts and an In-Depth look at Supply Chain Design and Sustainability
· Closing & Summary – A forward look
Aodhgan Braiden, Regional Vice President, Northwest Europe
Aodhgan joined Expeditors as an Air Import Manager at the Dublin Branch in 1998. He was promoted through the district to take on the role as District Manager and then Vice President of Air Product in Europe and then moved into his current role. He is responsible for Expeditors‘ North West European network and operations.
Wes Mupararano Senior Manager – Supply Chain Solutions Europe
More than 20 years of experience in Supply Chain and Logistics. The Supply Chain Solutions team helps customers drive large-scale, complex transformation programs that deliver improved Supply Chain performance. Prior to this, Wes spent several years within the Logistics Engineering team and also completed the various modules that make up the MITx Micro Masters Credential in Supply Chain Management.
Nicholas Wyss – Regional Manager Europe, Retail & Fashion Vertical and Member of the Green Team
Nick has worked for Expeditors for almost four years and in total over 25 years of experience gained from working with multi-national companies across Asia, Europe and the USA. Working in client-centric environments within four of the leading supply chain/freight forwarding companies in the world.
Expeditors is a Fortune 500 service-based logistics company with headquarters in Seattle, Washington, USA. At Expeditors, we generate highly optimized and customized supply chain solutions for our clients with unified technology systems integrated through a global network of 176 district offices in 60+ countries on six continents. As a service-based company, we do not own the aircraft, ships, or trucks we use every day. This means we can be highly flexible in our approach to supply chain management, and very effective at finding the best route and pricing options.