Case Study: Supply Chain Network Design – Create a model for flexibility and responsiveness whilst reducing cost

Session

Case Study: Supply Chain Network Design – Create a model for flexibility and responsiveness whilst reducing cost

As Supply chain networks increasingly become global and dispersed, the consequent increase in complexity of markets, channels, supply networks and the number of distributed facilities has made the task of supply chain planning both more intricate and complex.

Leading organisations however use advanced network configuration tools to gain competitive advantage by running supply chain network scenarios, evaluating and proactively implementing changes in response to dynamic business scenarios like new product introductions, unplanned changes in demand patterns, the addition of new supply sources, changes in tax laws etc.  This enables the organisation to constantly provide the most cost effective supply chain possible also achieving superior levels of agility, adaptability and accuracy.

In this session, delegates will learn:
 

  • How redesigning their supply chain networks can help reduce costs
  • Designing the resilient Supply Chain to respond to unexpected events
  • Develop adaptability and agility into your network

Speaker

Walaa Maher - GCC Region Supply Chain Director - Kimberly-Clark 

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