“There is a lot of risk in supply chain. And managing effectively is the key to making sure that things run as smoothly as you possibly can.” This statement was given by Phil Lavin, Development Consultant IT at Siemens Postal Parcel & Airport Logistics in an interview with Adrian Gonzales on talking logistics.
Almost by definition every project is different – different suppliers, different locations, various materials and product flows. Managing this diversity of requirements and this ever-changing landscape is one of the challenges and obviously technology plays a key role here.
A recent interview on talking logistics points out the importance of flexibility and agility in supply chain management. Gabriele Hennecke, Head of Logistics Execution and IT at Siemens Energy Management, shares some advices and insights to succeed in project logistics where collaboration between a huge number of stakeholders is vital.
In an interview with Adrian Gonzalez from talking logistics: Artur Zgoda, Director of Supply Chain IT Solutions, Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics LLC.
In an interview with Adrian Gonzalez from talking logistics, Frauke Heistermann points out what’s new on this digital transformation of supply chains and which challenges come along with that.
Frauke Heistermann, Member of Management Board, AXIT GmbH, Chief Digitalization Officer (CDO), Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics GmbH (SPPAL)
Manufacturing replacement parts and shipping them out to the customer the very same day could soon become the industry standard. Same-day production and delivery is possible if communications between production and logistics is fully automated. This was illustrated in a first-of-its-kind live demo conducted by Deutsche Post DHL in partnership with AXIT and evosoft – IT companies that are part of the Siemens family – along with Siemens Mobility, Intelligent Traffic Systems.