The Pandemic & Your Auto-Mobility Supply Chain - Which Way Ahead?
12 MAY 2020 | 14:00 CET
At times when Auto-Mobility supply chains are experiencing unprecedented disturbances, our Auto-Mobility & the Coronavirus Crisis – Impacts, Outlooks & Solutions Webinar, addressed pandemic impacts and outlooks for the sector, industry leaders reviewed solutions including proactive identification of supply chain risk, risk mitigation approach of supply chain partners, and minimizing unpredictability on key trade lanes.
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Fathi Tlatli has been with DHL for 16 years starting in 2004 as Vice President for the EMEA Engineering & Manufacturing Sector then receiving additional responsibility for the Global Aerospace Sector in 2007. In 2009 he moved to his current role as President of DHL’s Global Auto-Mobility Sector now responsible for the strategy, development and the global customer management program for DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation.
Fathi is holder of an MBA in International Management (University of Leuven) and a Bachelor Degree in Applied Economic Sciences (University of Louvain). In addition, he has diplomas in Integrated Supply Chain Management (University of Stanford) and International General Management (IMD).
Fathi is the author of books on Time Management (Effective Time Management, Gestion 2000) and marketing in Emerging Markets (Successful Marketing in Emerging Markets, Gestion 2000), as well as articles in the international management field.
Matthias is responsible for the development of new concepts and identifying opportunities for digitalization in material and container processes at Volkswagen Konzernlogistik (Group Logistics), the central supply chain management organization that works across group brands.
He joined Volkswagen in 1999 and has worked across different logistic areas on plant, brand and group logistics level such as pre-series logistics, order management, inbound logistics and network planning before starting his current role in 2018.
Matthias’ team runs multiple projects analyzing the implications and benefits of using new technologies in supply chain management, including artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles. This includes the product ownership of the digital tools and new developed processes and also taking care of the roll-out in the plants of the Volkswagen Group.
Since May 1, 2019, Nikola Hagleitner has been responsible for the DHL Global Forwarding (DGF) Commercial Organization, as Executive Vice President Marketing & Sales.
From October 2013 until February 2020, Nikola Hagleitner was the CEO for Industrial Projects (May 2019 – Feb 2020 in dual role) for DGF. Industrial Projects is a unit within DGF, providing dedicated end-to-end project logistics across many sectors, e.g. Oil & Gas, Renewables, Mining and a broad portfolio of Heavy Industry Segments.
Nikola started her career at DPDHL Group in 2005 as Senior Consultant, and then Project Manager at DHL Consulting in the US. In September 2008 she assumed the role of Vice President Business Development and Programs for Express Americas before joining DHL Global Forwarding in 2011 as SVP of Global Business Strategy for DHL Global Forwarding.
Nikola holds a law degree from the University of Innsbruck, Austria; as well as an MBA in International Management from Thunderbird, the School of Global Management School in Phoenix, AZ, US.
Sebastian is a Senior Consultant at DHL Consulting and responsible for the Americas Auto-mobility Practice. In his role he is providing a broad range of management consulting services to the DPDHL Group and delivering strategic supply chain consulting services to companies in the automotive industry.
Sebastian joined DHL Consulting in 2015 in the Bonn office and transitioned to the Miami office in 2018. Prior to his career at DHL, he has gained first hand insights into the automotive sector at BMW and through automotive engagements with other consulting firms.
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