Globalia Logistics Network partners with Group Futurista for the Future of Digital SCM 3.0 Show

Globalia Logistics Network has established a partnership with Group Futurista for the Future of Digital SCM 3.0 Show

Supply Chain is going through tremendous changes all in a year, the pandemic has laid bare the underlying vulnerabilities and problems in the organization’s business models. This has led to reveal the incompetence of most companies in managing their supply chain networks in a digitally integrated frame.

Usage of Data Analytics, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), etc. Has opened opportunities for growth, innovation, and gaining competitive advantage by leading the change to build an interconnected supply chain network for the organizations.

To lead the initiative of Digital overhaul in the Supply Chain, Group Futurista, the leading Global Events, and PR Company are ready to bring the third edition of the ‘Future of Digital Supply Chain in a Post-COVID World’ webinar #FODS3.0 on 21st January 2021 at 10:00 EST / 15:00 GMT.

#FODS3.0, a unique platform with 150+ Key Decision-makers that brings together collective knowledge sharing and networking amongst the leading Supply Chain & Logistic Players, Retail Giants, Warehousing Solution providers, Startups, Tech Providers, Government, and Investors to enable all across Europe and North America.

 

Keynote Speakers:

Pierre Perdoux – Senior Vice President, Procurement Operations, Airbus

Topic: How Digital Solutions can support performance improvement within the Supply Chain?

 

Greg I. Silverman – Founder & CEO, Perspective Analytics Software Company, Concentric INC

Topic: Augmenting Demand Planning with Prescriptive Analytics

 

Patrick Van Hull – Industry Thought Leader, Kinaxis

Topic: Today’s Decisions are the basis for tomorrow’s Supply Chain

 

Saurabh Verma – Director, Value Chain Excellence, Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies, Johnson & Johnson

Topic: Digital Twins – Enabling Transparency & Accuracy across the Value Chain processes

 

Michele Stekelnburg – Director of Strategic Accounts EMEA, Project44

Topic: COVID-19: Managing Supply Chain risk and disruption

 

If you are interested in sponsoring or speaking at our future events, directly contact them at jennifer@groupfuturista.com.

 

Globalia Logistics Network establishes a media partnership with Logistics Business

The first event of Logistics Business Exhibition will be held from 22nd – 25th February 2021, with a second week in September 2021

The Logistics Business is staging an international, virtual exhibition for the logistics and materials handling industry in 2021. The Logistics Business Exhibition provides a platform for interaction between logistics, IT, transport and supply chain services, warehousing and materials handling manufacturing industries. The exhibition virtual marketplace enables visitors to source products online, request specific quotations, meet exhibitors on video calls & chats, networking, downloading documents and more.

With no physical events taking place till at least May, Logistics Business Show will enable international buyers to source products and services via live video meetings, to request quotes, discuss projects and receive sales product information. 70+ exhibitors are anticipated to participate and several thousand visitors.

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There will be 6 virtual halls: Forklift & AGV Technology, Handling Automation Systems, Packaging & Pallets, Software & Computing, Transport Services & Equipment, Warehousing Equipment. Visitors will be able to browse halls and search for specific requirements from a long list of sub-categories. Watch a demo guide here.

There will also be live-streamed Panel Discussions, moderated by our Editor, Paul Hamblin:
Distribution Centre Project Management; Supply Chain Software-as-a-service Thought Leadership; Loading Bay & Warehouse Safety, Automated & Robot Warehouse Vehicles; Packaging for eCommerce; Contract Logistics & Freight Management, Forklift Technology Innovations; Sortation & Conveying Suppliers’ Forum; Storage System Projects, Transport Management IT Platform Decisions; Wearable Devices and Data Capture in Logistics; Pallets & Containers for Green Supply Chains. Visitors will be able to watch them and ask live questions.

There’s also a Networking Lounge, Chat Room and Keynote Address. You can read more about the event here

Email: show@logisticsbusiness.com or call +44 (0)1480 455660

Globalia Logistics Network commences a media partnership with Actualidad Marítima y Portuaria

The partnership with this prominent shipping journal will help to foster the visibility and popularity of the network and its members

Globalia Logistics Network which has members in over 178 territories across 118 countries has forged a media partnership with prominent Spanish shipping magazine Actualidad Marítima y Portuaria. This partnership is expected to have a positive impact on the network and its members as it is going to boost the visibility and enhance the brand image of the network.

Actualidad Marítima y Portuaria is an online shipping magazine in Spanish language that was launched as an initiative on part of the students and teachers of the International Master in Maritime and Port Administration, developed by the International Maritime Business School (IMBS) in association with the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Navigation and Services of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain.

“Our collaboration with Globalia Logistics Network is going to have a lasting impact on our organizations and this partnership is going to heighten the popularity and coverage of both our teams,” declares Arturo Pastrana, Technical Director of Actualidad Marítima y Portuaria.

Actualidad Maritma y Portuaria has been publishing newsworthy events and informative posts from the shipping sector in Spain and beyond. It also has an extensive reader base in several Latin American countries. Additionally, Actualidad Maritma y Portuaria keeps their readers informed about all the important conventions and expositions of the maritime, port and transportation industry.

The level of expertise of our writing partners can be clearly demonstrated by the quality of the information pieces and opinion articles published on our journal both at an academic as well as professional level,”, says Arturo Pastrana.

Working closely with the International Maritime Business School has allowed them to keep their audience well versed with all the pertinent information about a recognized education through proper training, recycling and enhancing the curriculum in the maritime, port and logistics industries.

In order to know further information about Actualidad Marítima y Portuaria:

best freight forwarder network           Actualidad Marítima y Portuaria
                    https://actualidadmp.com/

 

Globalia Ho Chi Minh sends out their 9th air charter for the movement of PPE products from Vietnam to USA

They moved 50 tons of personal protection items in a chartered Boeing 777 aircraft

Super Cargo Service, a Globalia member in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, chartered their 9th flight to move a shipment of personal protection equipment from Ho Chi Minh to New York. The Boeing 777 was loaded with 50 tons of cargo which had a volume of 250 cbm. The cargo was loaded in the belly hold of the plane as well as on the passenger seats and the overhead compartments which allowed them to gain cost optimization

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As stated by Mr. Peter Nguyen the CEO of Super Cargo Service, “After successfully sending out eight chartered flights from SGN to JFK Airport, we have concluded yet another shipment of masks, gloves and protective clothing. We are really contented with the fact that our team is playing a major role in the distribution of these much needed PPE products. I would request all of you to check out this short video we have created about this shipment.”

Congratulations to Super Cargo and wishing them the best for their upcoming projects!