Supply Chain World Europe 2010

old-event1Dates: 24 – 26 October Location: Munich, Germany

Supply Chain Professionals from Europe and around the world will meet in Munich for Supply Chain World 2010 – Navigating Business Cycles – Supply Chain: A Competitive Advantage ( Hosted by the Supply Chain Council, the conference boasts a high-caliber agenda that features presentations by leading academics and senior supply chain leaders, interactive panels and discussions groups.

The conference will take place at the Munich Marriot Hotel. Keynote addresses will feature:

• Dr. Hau Lee, Stanford University, Triple-A Supply Chains: Agility, Adaptability and Alignment

• Pascal Fernandez, AVNET, Builing a Sustainable Supply Chain for the Future

• Alan Waller, Cranfield School of Management, Supply Chain Strategy in the Boardroom: The Reality

Three concurrent tracks for manufacturing, services and custom business models will feature over 20 presentations including sessions by:

  • Shari Temple, Managing Director EMEA, Aidmatrix Foundation
  • Rene Ros, Chief Operating Officer, Alpargatas
  • Andy Chapell, Supply Chain Manager, Babcock Marine Davenport Royal Dockyard
  • Mark Tanko, Head of Demand Management, Danfoss A/S
  • Rob Kiefer, Supply Chain Director EMEA, DOW Chemical
  • Jan Eeckhoudt, Supply Chain Project Leader, DuPont
  • John Mee, Supply Chain Manager, Glanbia Consumer Foods Ltd.
  • Hans Ehm, Principal Supply Chain Management, Infineon
  • Ferhat Oegretmen, Global Data Manager, Merck KGaA
  • Fredrik Jung, Project Manager Operations Development Aircraft Services Division, Saab AB
  • Michael Mohr, Director Supply Chain Management, Siemens

Program details and registration information are available on


Supply Chain Council is a global non-profit organization that helps member organizations make dramatic and rapid improvements in supply chain processes. SCC maintains the Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR®), the supply chain management community’s most widely accepted framework for evaluating and comparing supply chain activities and performance