2022 Supply Chain Management Webinars

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APQC hosts supply chain management (SCM) webinars to connect with our members. Some calls feature internal experts discussing APQC's research and findings. For other calls, we invite external SCM thought leaders and practitioners to present their ideas and insights.
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Potential outcomes in 2022 and risk mitigation strategies

Our speaker Bill Rooney, Vice President Strategic Development, will cover various aspects of the expiration and re-negotiation of the ILWU stevedore union contract including: ILWU contract expiration and what it means, potential for labor action on the US west coasts, risks associated with a labor action on the US west coast and the impact of a possible labor action and labor risk mitigation strategies.
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How to enhance visibility of your supply chain compliance

Despite supplier visibility rising to become such a top strategic priority, recent supply chain resilience research conducted by Alcumus highlighted that over half of global companies might not have total visibility over their supply chains. The threat of fines, investor scrutiny, falling shareholder value and poor performance all mean this is an issue no company can afford to ignore.
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Three key steps to data smart fleet management

Easily plan inspections and manage scope of inspections Proactively manage structural defects and anomalies to mitigate risk and avoid more costly repairs later on Have more control over your hull integrity and maintenance programmes and be able to prove this to your stakeholders Cut costs for hull surveys, maintenance and dry-docking Get fleet and sister vessel overview supporting proactive actions Reduce the risk of surprises and costly delays in next drydock
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Reducing operating costs by implementing smart hull integrity management with ShipManager Hull

Reduce technical operating costs and TCO by implementing a dedicated management system focusing on hull inspection and maintenance Ensure higher quality of data from ship hull inspections reported by crew or structural superintendent teams Provide guidance to crew to know where to focus ("hot spots") and what type of defects to look for Integrate information from visual inspections with information from thickness measurement campaigns in one common platform Easily share information reported from one vessel across sister vessels
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