Is Your Supply Chain EV Ready?
The speed of Electric Vehicle uptake is the Americas has been surprising, and higher volumes of EV items are now entering the supply chain including heavy lithium-ion batteries that require dangerous-goods handling, storage, packaging, and transportation
Did you see this coming? Is your supply chain prepared? In this webinar we addressed the following:
- Market update Americas – market evolution and EV mobility
- Understanding the EV landscape and EV logistics challenges
- How to manage restrictions and regulations for transportation and warehousing
- What are the main EV challenges in the US?
Fabio Sacchi is VP of Commercial Business Development for DHL Team EV. His work focuses on Global Customer Management & Sub-Sector (Commercial Vehicles) as well as new development and logistic solutions that fit emerging customer's business models. Fabio’s career spans over 20 years in the Transportation and Logistics Industry, 15 of which were dedicated to automotive. Thanks to his experience he has become an expert in Freight Forwarding, Express, and Supply Chain, supporting innovation and solutions applied specifically to the automotive sector. He has endorsed different management responsibilities during his career which took him to every corner of the world.
Charlène Rudolph is a passionate EV and sustainability enthusiast with a vast international experience on several different continents. She holds a Master’s degree in International Business, Strategy and Innovation and has gained experience in the automotive industry and a software start-up working on sustainable optimization. As part of the Team EV she now leads the regional development for North and South America and drives the development of global EV logistics solutions. Driving an EV herself, Charlène is very excited to be part of such a moving, multifaceted and daily relevant topic as EV logistics.
Braulio Rodriguez is Launch Senior Manager for Ford Motor Company and is based in Tlalnepantla, north of Mexico City. His career within the organization spans more than 12 years, with experience in the automotive industry in the areas of manufacturing and logistics. In previous roles with Ford, he was Material Planning & Logistics Area Manager and Manufacturing Engineer Team Manager. Braulio was also responsible for the launching and logistics for the production of the first global Electric Vehicle for Ford. An industrial engineering graduate of the National Polytechnic Institutute, Brulio holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from ITESM, State of Mexico Campus, Mexico.