5th of October 2006

Challenges and Strategies, Logistics and Manufacturing
With lectures and best practice form
AKJAutomotive, Ambassador of Germany, AUDI, Bosch Germany, Bosch México, CeDIAM, DaimlerChrysler, EDS, EURO-LOG, ENIM France, Ford Germany, Ford México, FTE, gedas, General Motors, INA, IPL Prof. Schmidt, ITESM, Knorr-Bremse, Nissan Mexicana, Seglo Group, Siemens VDO, ThyssenKrupp, Univ. of Appl. Sciences Saarland, Volkswagen and Others.

Conference languages spanish and english.
Information about the program End of June

08:00  Open Conference Desk Office and Exhibition  
  Visit exhibition 
08:30  Success with inovative and stablized processes
Dieter Braun (AUDI) and Peter Zeilinger (AKJ/BMW)  


Dr. Albrecht Köhler, Knorr-Bremse, CEO, Munich, Germany
Stabilize the total supply chain – Development and control of new products,
factories and suppliers in the supply chain from the OEM´s to tier-n
Björn Beckmann, Volkswagen, Mgr. Planning Logistics, Puebla
Standardized Supply Chain to suppliers – Objectives, tools and
results to improve the processes inbound up to the internal customer
Break and exhibition  
10:20   Supply Chain Integration and Control
Paul Lemoine (Ford) and Horst Kuhn (AKJ/DC)  



Ing. Ramón Suárez, Presidente INA, México
Supply Development - Strategies and ways to improve
Productivity into the regional and total Supply Chain
Klaus Ruemler, Gedas/T-Systems, Vice President, Puebla
Standardized Supply Chain Processes – General concepts and procedures
to improve the supply chain between OEM, providers and suppliers
Gerd Simon, EURO-LOG, CSO, Munich Hallbergmoos, Germany
Supply Chain Process Tools – Processes, technologies and pragmatics
for the supply chain to control and improve the suppliers efficieny
Final Discussion and Information abaout Tours
Quick Lunch
Departure for Plant Tours [More...]  

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