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160 påmeldte allerede: Meld deg på Logistikkdagen Sarpsborg 21. mai 2015!

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Gå ikke glipp av 2015s viktigste logistikksamling i Östfold! Påmeldinger strömmer på hver dag. Nedenfor ser du noen av de som er representert den 21/5 i Sarpsborg – Vi har fortsatt plasser igjen, men du bör absolutt sikre deg en plass allerede nå… Vi sees!

ABØ, Adecco Norge, APM Terminals, ASKO ØST, Autonor AS, Borregaard, Bring Cargo, Centiro Solutions, ColliCare Logistics, Columbus, Dasena Agencies, DelEx, DFDS Logistics, DSV AIR & SEA, DSV Road, ECUS AS, ESV Consulting, Europris, Fresenius Kabi Norge, Hevold Shipping, Hoyer Svenska AB, Jernbaneverket, Jøtul, KGH Customs Services, Lager & Industrisystemer, LKW Walter, Logent, Logistikkforeningen.no, Logistikkforeningen.no, Maersk Line, Maersk Norge, Moss Transportforum, Mosseregionens Næringsutvikling, NCM Development, NHO Østfold, Nor Lines, Norsk Land & Sjøtransport, Norske Skog Saugbrugs, Personalhuset Staffing Group, Posten Norge, PostNord, RBI Interiør, Rockwool, Samskip, Schøyen Data, Skeidar Living Group, Trebuchet, Unifeeder Norway, UNIL, Våler kommune, Yilport, Østfold fylkeskommune mfl

Påmeldingslink her:

https://www.linkevent.no/Events/RegForm.aspx?id=ecc5450a-a10b-4f00-a4a9-0ea728a6eaef

NB! Konferansen åpner for registrering kl 08:30!

Stikkord fra det rikholdige programmet:

Konferansier Tommy Steine

TV2 – «Logistikkutfordringer ved store TV-produksjoner»

Nexans – «Når kablene vokser!» Logistiske utfordringer for en av verdens ledende aktører innen høyspente sjøkabler.

Yilport –  ny terminaloperatør i Oslo Havn.

Trebuchet – «Samarbeid i forretningsrelasjoner – en jungel eller en regnskog?» Med erfaringer fra ett norsk vineventyr i Australia.

Kulturelt innslag ved Odd René Andersen.

Utdeling av Logistikk- og Innovasjonsprisen 2015. Fjorårets vinner: Nettbuss / Østfold Fylkeskommune

«SECA – hva betyr svoveldirektivet for sjøtransporten?» Thema Consulting

LKW Walter – «Norske særregler i et internasjonalt perspektiv». Hva betyr nytt regelverk og restriksjoner for biltransporten?

«Nytt sykehus – ny logistikk». Hvordan har man løst de logistiske utfordringene i anledning nytt Sykehus i Østfold?

IKEA Global – «Grønn transport» – Hvordan Ikea arbeider aktivt med forbedringsområder for Ikeas logistikkløsninger.

Eker Design – «Utvikling og innovasjon i verdens dyreste land»

Stand up v/Tommy Steine.        

16.15: Slutt

Påmelding: Gå inn på www.logistikkforeningen.no –  Avdeling Østfold for info, priser og påmeldingslink.

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Logistikkansvarlig? Ønsker du bedre oversikt og sporbarhet i transportkjeden? Forbedret avviksbehandling og større proaktivitet?

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I disse travle tider er det ikke alltid man har tatt seg tid til å optimalisere den informasjonsmessige delen av logistikkflyten like godt som man skulle ønske.

Er ditt svar ja på ett eller flere av spørsmålene nedenfor, burde vi ta ett uforpliktende møte så snart som mulig.

Vi kommer langt på en drøy time, og du vil garantert sitte igjen med noen nye tanker og ideer etter møtet – vi sees!

  • Føler du at du har «vokst fra» ditt nåværende transportsystem?
  • Føler du at du ikke får maksimalt ut av din systempark logistikkmessig?
  • Ønsker du ett bedre samspill og bedre integrasjon mellom ditt ERP-, WMS- og TMS*-system?
  • Ønsker du å overføre all relevant transportinfo tilbake til ovennevnte system?
  • Vil du at alle dine retursendinger skal behandles like nøyaktig som som dine ordinære sendinger? – og være like synlige for systembrukerne?
  • Ønsker du like god oversikt over innkommende som utgående vareflyt?
  • Kunne du tenke deg helautomatisert fraktprisberegning? I flere nivåer?
  • Føler du at du burde hatt ett TMS-system som flagget alle avvik i dine transportørers fraktfakturaer?
  • Ønsker du å sikre optimal transportadministrasjon i din ehandelsløsning?
  • Ønsker du å høre mer om harmonisering av transportstatuser?
  • Ønsker du deg en multinasjonal, skalerbar TMS-løsning du virkelig kan vokse videre med?
  • Kunne du tenke deg en «cloudbasert» TMS-løsning med transaksjonsbaserte priser?

*TMS = Transport Management System.

Les mer på http://www.centiro.com

Kontakt meg på cato.hoberg@centiro.com

 

Logistikkdagen i Østfold: 21. mai 2015!

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Ytterligere info: mariann.ulstein.nilsen@borregaard.com

 

Inbound Logistics: Looking for improved Inbound Control?

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Many organizations have not applied the same efforts to inbound transportation management as they have to their outbound management, making it a great opportunity for efficiency and cost savings.

If you need a way to control your inbound process and interact with your suppliers, you may find that Centiro ( http://www.centiro.com ) has just the solution you´re looking for:

With our Supplier Portal Value Pack, you provide your suppliers with a tool, enabling them to confirm and ship your orders on your carrier account numbers. This will not only give you early insight into the suppliers’ performance, but also visibility on all incoming shipments and related orders. As in the Centiro TM main modules, Carrier Compliance is an important part of this value pack. Labels, documents, and EDI integration are included to quality assure your inbound process.

The Supplier Portal Value Pack offers status-update opportunities back to your ERP system – i.e.; “Order Confirmed” and “Order Shipped” – this makes it possible to give your organization real-time information about Purchase Order Statuses.

Sounds interesting? Contact me at cato.hoberg@centiro.com for an informal meeting. In the meantime, you can read more on our website www.centiro.com – See you!

Best regards

Cato Hoberg

BUSINESS MANAGER

Centiro Solutions AB

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Join the LinkedIN group “People-Driven Logistics Software – eCommerce & Supply Chain Forum”!

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Discussions, suggestions and questions re supply chain optimization through intelligent software solutions. Best Practice, referrals and business cases. This group is all about sharing. Benefit from the cumulative experience and knowledge gained from hundreds of logistics software implementation projects with leading worldwide brands from a variety of industries…

Join Link:

http://www.linkedin.com/groups/PeopleDriven-Logistics-Software-eCommerce-Supply-4910576/about

We welcome member no. 1.000 – You?

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Skal du til «Transport & Logistikk 2013» på Gardermoen neste uke? Du er i så fall hjertelig velkommen til vår monter!

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Den 21. og 22.10 samles norsk logistikkbransje for 54. (!) gang til denne hektiske konferansen – les mer på http://konferanse.info/

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Som vanlig finner du Centiro Solutions ( http://www.centiro.com ) strategisk plassert midt i utstillingsområdet. (Ta deg en kaffe og fortsett rett frem, så finner du oss i monter nr. 9)

Kom innom for en bransjeprat om løst eller fast – eller benytt anledningen til å oppdatere deg på hva som skjer innenfor avansert TMS (Transport Management Systems) :

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Vi forventer storinnrykk, så jeg er i godt selskap med to dyktige og hyggelige kolleger fra vårt HK i Borås, Peter Johansson og Peter Brouzell – vi ser frem til å treffe deg!

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New Study Reveals Nine Key Trends of Global Logistics

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Source: http://www.sdcexec.com/article/11080842/bvl-international-research-reveals-what-may-lie-ahead-for-supply-chain?utm_source=SDCE+Newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=SDCE130803002

BY EDITORIAL STAFF – CREATED: AUGUST 9, 2013

BVL International research reveals what may lie ahead for supply chain:

Logistics complexity, in the form of fragmented channels, increased product variations, and consumer demand for customized solutions, has been increasing, according to a global study published recently by BVL International, a worldwide supply chain and logistics membership organization.

“Several trends identified in the study demonstrate that a number of major challenges lie ahead as the world becomes a more complex place in which to operate logistically,” said Dr. Robert Handfield, University Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management at the North Carolina State University Poole College of Management in Raleigh.

Handfield led the study for BVL in collaboration with Prof. Frank Straube and Dr. Andreas Wieland from the Technische Universität Berlin, and Prof.Hans-Christian Pfohl from the Technische Universität Darmstadt. The study included more than 60 interviews with global supply chain executives and survey responses from 1,757 executives.

The nine key trends that emerged from the survey include:

Customer expectations. Rising customer expectations was ranked by survey respondents as the most important trend, and meeting customer requirements was ranked as the number one logistics objective by more than 20 percent of the respondents. In essence, the results indicate that logistics and supply chain management should primarily enable a company to satisfy its customers’ needs. However, as customers become ever more demanding and critical, traditional measures often fail when pursuing strategies to satisfy customers.

Networked economy. In the past, companies typically considered themselves to be independent players in the market and, at best, managed interfaces to direct suppliers and customers. That is no longer enough in today’s networked economies. Companies are often forced to collaborate with partners both vertically and horizontally in their extended supply chain network, and these partners expect them to integrate their processes and systems. That requires network thinking rather than company thinking.

Cost pressure. End customers continue to expect low costs. Although other requirements such as sustainability, social issues or risk-mitigation capabilities are increasingly discussed in the media, cost pressure seems to remain the ultimate criterion. The trend towards increased customer expectations has made it ever more difficult to reduce costs further. Logistics costs play an important role in reducing overall costs; their share of overall revenue is as low as 4 percent and 6 percent in the electronics and automotive industries, respectively. However, the survey shows that costs are on the rise, greater than 8 percent on average in manufacturing industries. A concerning result is that as many as 14 percent of the respondents cannot estimate their logistics costs.

Globalization. As global footprints expand, logistics performance as measured by delivery reliability has deteriorated, due to increasing customer requirements, greater volatility, and problems with infrastructure. Two out of three respondents stated that their company’s logistics capability is negatively influenced by poor transportation infrastructure, which is a problem particularly in emerging markets. In sum, globalization clearly amplifies other trends and leads to an increase in complexity, particularly in regions of growth such as Russia, Eastern Europe, India, and Africa.

Talent shortfalls. Across all regions and sectors, talent shortages in logistics are considered one of the most important challenges in the coming years. Shortages are seen at both the operational level as well as the planning and controlling function; about 70 percent of the respondents experience a shortage of skilled labor. In the United States and Europe, talent shortages are also a function of demographics. In emerging nations strong competition from other fields like finance, strategy and IT contributes to the talent shortage in logistics. The most important strategies to cope with this talent shortage are training and qualification programs and strategic cooperation with universities and research institutions.

Volatility. Market turbulence on the supply and demand side has increased over the past years. This was amplified by the economic and financial crisis, which demonstrated how fluctuations in one part of the world can build up to dramatic problems in other parts of the world. Survey participants said they believe volatility will continue to increase; more than 50 percent consider it to be a very important trend in five years.

Sustainability pressure. This trend has emerged as a very serious topic. Already more than 55 percent of the respondents stated that green issues are part of their logistics strategy. Corporate social responsibility has also emerged as a highlight for debate. However, a great deal of uncertainty remains in the deployment of these strategies, especially relative to measurement systems, evaluation and setting goals and strategies for logistics sustainability.

Increased risk and disruption. The majority of companies, irrespective of size, sector, country and position in the supply chain, consider the mitigation of internal and external risks essential. Strategies for managing risk around demand and planning are also considered important. Executives concur that strategic frameworks and tools are needed for engaging the entire network in the management of risk and disruptions. Solutions focused on improving transparency of tier two suppliers, inventory and demand impede mitigation and force companies into reactive strategies. Proactive strategies should include research and development, procurement, production and sales.

New technology. The majority of companies are recognizing the growing need for investments in new technology, with about 60 percent of the respondents planning to invest in big data analysis tools within the next five years. These tools seek to develop capabilities around the comprehensive handling and intelligent connection of data to increase planning and control outcomes. This new wave of decentralized automated network technologies is in its infancy. Predictions from a trends study completed eight years ago concerning the use of these technologies have not yet materialized.

Key strategies that companies plan to adopt in the coming five years include end-to-end integration, technology investments, talent management, and global process standards. The study also identifies key steps that executives need to be thinking about in shaping their logistics strategies in the next five years, including focusing on talent management and creating partnerships to drive end to end integration.

This project was completed in April 2013, supported by international partners who collaborated on interviews and survey data collection.

The North Carolina State University Poole College of Management focuses on management education for a technology driven global marketplace. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in accounting, business administration and economics, as well as custom and open enrollment programs through its Executive Education unit. For more information, visit http://www.poole.ncsu.edu.

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