ENERGY WEBCAST #4: ADDING VALUE THROUGH LOGISTICS II
Logistics and supply chain management is an important lever for energy companies, helping them to maximize opportunities, reduce costs, and navigate the current storm.
In this in-depth webcast, we focus on solutions that can help you to optimize efficiency in your supply chain and add value to your business. You will hear about various use-case solutions, sparking new ideas to upgrade your own logistics and supply chain.
DHL Supply Chain: Roman Niebauer
Energy Webcast – Adding Value Through Logistics II (Part 1) – Auto-Mobility Sector Study: Roman Niebauer, DHL Supply Chain
Different industries may face the same challenges at different times; this allows us to discover solutions without searching far and wide. For decades, the automotive industry has been tackling issues that the energy industry is facing right now, such as cost pressure, competition, and the need for innovation and transformation. Auto-mobility companies used outsourcing to shift focus back to the key task: Making cars.
In the first part of our webcast, Roman Niebauer, Head of Business Development in the Auto-Mobility Sector Mainland Europe, MEA at DHL Supply Chain, shares details of outsourcing in-house logistics and suitable applications. He gives best-practice examples that can help energy companies with transformational change.
Oilfield Services at Baker Hughes: Syed Khizar Ali
Energy Webcast – Adding Value Through Logistics II (Part 2) – Director for Global Logistics & Distribution - Oilfield Services at Baker Hughes: Syed Khizar Ali
Transformation of the logistics set-up is an essential topic when implementing new solutions. DHL has implemented highly successful Lead Logistics Provider (LLP) solutions for decades and – to explain how these add value – this second part of our webinar provides insights from a key customer.
Syed Khizar Ali, Director for Global Logistics & Distribution - Oilfield Services at Baker Hughes, offers an overview of the current state of the oilfield services industry and the LLP model. Afterwards he answers our questions about how the LLP model has impacted Baker Hughes as well as the company’s customers.