Procter & Gamble’s approach to transforming supply chains will come under the microscope when the Supply Chain Conference gets underway today.
Onofrio Caradonna, P&G’s Europe product supply share services leader, will look at the transformation process to create a customer-centric supply network.
His presentation will include a discussion of supply network synchronisation, the process of E2E supply chain visibility, and the potential for cutting delivery times by up to 50 per cent.
The Supply Chain Conference will be held on the 19 – 20 of March at the ETC Monument venue at 8 Eastcheap featuring a strong line up of partners:
Lead Partner: SmartChain International LLP
SmartChain is a company of industry and consulting supply chain experts with a long track record of delivering sustainable change. Our consultants’ profile combines a strong background in both industry and consulting with 15+ years on average of working experience.
Thought Leadership Partner: Unipart Logistics
Unipart Logistics is part of the Unipart Group, a diverse Group of companies providing logistics, manufacturing and consultancy services across multiple sectors including; Automotive, Consumer, Defence, Health, Mobile, Rail, Technology and Utilities.
Workshop Partner: Autostore System AS
AutoStore is a unique worldwide patented ASRS warehouse system. Created in the mid 1990’s and use a cube-based principle, where bins are stacked on top of and next to each other within a grid, AutoStore can increase inventory by up to 4x in the existing warehouse space.
Workshop Partner: Honeywell Vocollect Solutions
Honeywell is the leading provider of innovative voice-enabled workflow and data collection solutions that help companies with mobile workers run a better business. Together with a global team of over 2,000 Professionals, it enables companies to save more than US$20 billion annually by further optimising operations.
Exhibition Partner: DP World
DP World London Gateway, the UK’s most integrated logistics hub, comprises a state-of-the-art, semi-automated, deep-sea container terminal and Europe’s largest development space for warehousing and distribution facilities.