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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.

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DHL Consulting: Lars Völkner

Energy Webcast – Adding Value Through Logistics (Part 1) – Setting the Scene: Lars Völkner

Understanding the realities of the energy sector is always important to come up with right solutions for supply chain management. This context is fundamental to maximizing your business opportunities and reducing your costs.

In the first of our three-part webcast, Lars Völkner, Project Manager at DHL Consulting, shares insights about the current situation in energy. He explains the difficulties that energy companies are facing with respect to recent changes, and considers how outsourced logistics may provide answers to some key challenges.

DHL Global Forwarding: Greg Nichols

Energy Webcast – Adding Value Through Logistics (Part 2) – Global Customs: Greg Nichols

Global supply chains have tended to grow in complexity over time, often resulting in the use of many different customs brokers throughout the world. But this can reduce transparency of costs, services, and performance; it can also add compliance risk.

In this second part of our webcast series, Greg Nichols, Senior Vice President Global Customs at DHL Global Forwarding, explains how to optimize your global customs brokerage with the help of improvements in technology and the trading environment.

DHL Global Forwarding: Ryan Foley

Energy Webcast – Adding Value Through Logistics (Part 3) – Industrial Projects: Ryan Foley

Companies have varying requirements for supply chain management. In this concluding part of our webcast series, we consider the safe, compliant, and reliable management of complex project logistics, deep sea chartering activity, and oversized and heavy lift cargo.

Ryan Foley, CEO of DHL Industrial Projects at DHL Global Forwarding, presents a case study on an end-to-end supply chain solution for a customer in the petrochemicals industry. This solution enables global multi-supplier projects from pick-up to consolidation and delivery, from fabrication facilities to final project jobsites. It includes feasibility studies, route surveys, load supervision, and end-to-end logistics visibility.

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