Betting Big on Blockchain For Supply Chain

Supply & Demand Chain Executive

Blockchain technology is quickly emerging as the silver bullet for many supply chain challenges. It’s helping reduce risk by verifying documentation and employees to prevent fictitious pickups, tracking and tracing the movement of physical goods through the supply chain, and overhauling the processes and timelines for accessing trade finance and managing AR and AP. Surveys reveal that supply chain executives are highly interested in the potential for blockchain technology and are exploring the next steps for their organizations. Join SDCE and an expert panel in a roundtable discussion on blockchain technology that is sure to generate actionable take-aways.
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Spotlight

The automotive supply chain is surrounded by
rising uncertainty. Global freight, material and
energy networks face significant imbalances
and congestion. The industry is struggling with
whiplash between shutdowns and pent-up
demand in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic –
resulting in constraints in the upstream supply of
components, higher logistics costs and production
losses, as well as depleting finished vehicle
inventory.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Build a Socially Connected Supply Chain to Thrive Amid Disruption

Companies today invest in end-to-end collaboration, agility and resilience to build supply chains that can handle the pressing issues in a volatile world. Yet, however big the challenges in physical or technical infrastructure, supply chains face an equal challenge with people collaborating, making quick decisions and persisting in the face of difficult situations. Companies must reconsider how their supply chains perform and transform to succeed in this new normal. This complimentary webinar explores the critical questions supply chain executives must address to ensure their supply chains can be resilient and innovative amid disruption.
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Reshoring – The Future of Supply Chains

Supply chain disruptions create uncertainty and unpredictability for both businesses and consumers. These disruptions bring to light an organization's supply chain dependencies, which they were often unaware of when everything was running smoothly. Re-shoring is one solution that is gaining popularity as a result of pandemic-related issues. Companies can lower the risk of disruptions by shortening the supply chain and moving manufacturing close to the points of sale to reduce the need for expensive and time-consuming transportation
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Climate change: beyond mitigation - how can we safeguard supply chains and ensure security of supply for customers?

European Freight Leaders Forum

Starting with insight into how shippers are thinking about climate change and whether it is impacting their decisions, we then welcome logistics specialist Alan McKinnon and Head of Climate Impact Team Christoph Matulla to explain what meteorology can tell us about the nature and extent of climate change in simple and clear terms. How vulnerable will our supply chains be to climate change? How can we protect our logistics assets and infrastructure across all modes? Can we develop holistic climate resilience strategies for freight transport?
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Enable a Purpose-Driven Supply Chain to Boost Stakeholder Value

Customers, employees and partners increasingly expect companies to strive for more than just profit and shareholder value. They want to do business with purpose-driven enterprises that generate long-term durable profits while always making a positive societal impact. The supply chain can play a central role in this evolving new mission. This complimentary webinar will help supply chain executives take a more prominent role in enabling the purpose-driven enterprise by connecting customers to products, amplifying enterprise purpose through collaboration, and developing a purpose-driven culture. We also look at why metrics and the purpose-action gap can pose barriers to enabling enterprise purpose.
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Spotlight

The automotive supply chain is surrounded by
rising uncertainty. Global freight, material and
energy networks face significant imbalances
and congestion. The industry is struggling with
whiplash between shutdowns and pent-up
demand in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic –
resulting in constraints in the upstream supply of
components, higher logistics costs and production
losses, as well as depleting finished vehicle
inventory.

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