Tag: Logistics

#68: Professor Richard Wilding of Cranfield School of Management Featured Image

#68: Professor Richard Wilding of Cranfield School of Management

Richard Wilding is the Chair of Supply Chain Strategy at the Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Cranfield School of Management U.K. And Past Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport UK. Richard works with European and International companies on logistics and supply chain projects in all sectors including pharmaceutical, retail, automotive,

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#64: Mike Zayonc Founder of Plug and Play Supply Chain Featured Image

#64: Mike Zayonc Founder of Plug and Play Supply Chain

In the two years since Mike Zayonc founded the Plug and Play supply chain and logistics innovation platform, the Sunnyvale, California-based platform has become the world’s largest supply chain business accelerator. The program works with over 30 corporate partners and has helped hundreds of startups build their businesses. and connect with major corporate clients including

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#63: Christian Lanng CEO of Tradeshift Featured Image

#63: Christian Lanng CEO of Tradeshift

Christian Lanng is CEO, Co-founder, and Chairman at Tradeshift. He started his first technology company at age 19 and was the youngest Head of Division in the Danish Government, National IT and Telecom Agency, where he co-founded and led the Danish Nemhandel Project (EasyTrade), the world’s first open-source peer-to-peer trade platform. Tradeshift drives supply chain

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#62: Susanne Hundsbæk-Pedersen Senior Vice President at Novo Nordisk Featured Image

#62: Susanne Hundsbæk-Pedersen Senior Vice President at Novo Nordisk

Susanne Hundsbæk-Pedersen is the Senior Vice President – Devices and Supply Chain Management of Novo Nordisk. Novo Nordisk has been producing insulin and helping people cope with diabetes for more than 90 years. Today it supplies half of the world’s insulin and serves 28 million patients in around 170 countries. Employing approximately 41,400 people globally.

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#61: Lidia Yan CEO and Co-Founder of Next Trucking Featured Image

#61: Lidia Yan CEO and Co-Founder of Next Trucking

Lidia Yan is the CEO and Co-Founder of NEXT Trucking. NEXT is taking on one of the largest industries alive, the $800 billion trucking industry, and has brought in some of the biggest venture firms to back her. NEXT is a technology platform connecting shippers with carriers. Beyond truckload long haul, NEXT is innovating solutions

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#58: Fabrice Thomas Vice President Global Supply Chain of Agilent Featured Image

#58: Fabrice Thomas Vice President Global Supply Chain of Agilent

Fabrice has been working for more than 20 years in supply chain, from Railways at Alstom, to Industrial Robots at ABB across Europe, America, and Asia; at Agilent, Fabrice is in charge of Procurement and Logistics, a team of +1000 people with sites located in the US, Danemark, Germany, China, Malaysia and Singapore Agilent is

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Supply Chain Resilience with Dr. Dirk Holbach CSCO Henkel Featured Image

Supply Chain Resilience with Dr. Dirk Holbach CSCO Henkel

In the latest episode of Leaders in Supply Chain and Logistics Podcast, we had a discussion with Dr. Dirk Holbach, the Corporate Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer for Laundry & Home Care at Henkel. During this episode, we talked about business transformations at Henkel’s Global Supply Chain, and the importance of talent

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#54: Alessandro de Luca Chief Information Officer of Merck Healthcare Featured Image

#54: Alessandro de Luca Chief Information Officer of Merck Healthcare

Alessandro is the Chief Information Officer for Merck Healthcare. One of the largest healthcare groups in the world. In 2016, he has been elected “The Inspirational Leader of the Year” within the Merck BioPharma division. In 2015, he has been awarded the Nr 1 Pharma “Most Influential Supply Chain Executive in Europe” (among the top

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Global Logistics Report: 2019 Featured Image

Global Logistics Report: 2019

Technology continues to hold supply chains in its grasp. AI, machine learning, robotics and control towers are no longer just buzz words, but implemented for enhanced, real-time visibility, predictive analytics, customer satisfaction and more. With this background, eft partnered with JDA on their annual Global Logistics Report to identify emerging trends that supply chain and

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