eyefortransport Weekly Newsletter 17th October 2013
Top Logistics Locations; K+N Results; Healthcare Value Chain
This is always one of the busiest weeks of the year for me, leading up to the second most important supply chain event in North America, the CSCMP Conference in Denver. I will be speaking on the Annual 3PL Study with Penske, Korn/Ferry, Capgemini and John Langley from Penn State on Monday morning, so I hope to see some of you there. In case you were wondering, the #1 most important supply chain event in that region is the eyefortransport3PL Summit & CSCO Forum (11-13 June, Chicago) :0).
If you missed the press release that Prologis released a few months ago about the Logistics Location Study we worked on together, I have included our own release and link to the study in the news this week. It really does make interesting reading for the European market, and many of the topics will be discussed at the 11th European 3PL Summit and CSCO Forum in Amsterdam next month on November 12-14 – it is an event which is worth trying to attend in terms of seniority of the attendees and speakers, just take a look at the website for full information and attendee list.
News This Week:
eyefortransport and Prologis Research Reveals Top 10 Logistics Locations in Europe
eyefortransport and Prologis, Inc., undertook a comprehensive exercise to reveal the top 10 most desirable logistics locations in Europe from an occupier perspective.
Tommy Mølgaard Appointed as Chief Financial Officer for Damco
Damco announces Tommy Mølgaard as Global Chief Financial Officer. Mølgaard takes up his position in Damco’s Headquarters after occupying the role of Head of Corporate Finance at APM Terminals.
HELCOM Ministerial Declaration omits NECA status of Baltic Sea from 2016
HELCOM Ministerial Declaration does not declare the necessity to announce NOx Emission Control Area (NECA) status of the Baltic Sea as of 2016. It didn’t consider the related document either.
Improving Relationships Within the Healthcare Value Chain
Article by Lora Cecere from Supply Chain Shaman; published on October 15th 2013
Asian e-commerce cross-border trade on the increase
Article by Cathy Morrow Roberson from Transport Intelligence - Published on October 16th 2013
Kuehne + Nagel-Group – 9-Months 2013 Results
The Kuehne + Nagel Group improved results on EBIT level in the first nine months of 2013 by 6 per cent despite reduced growth rates in its strongest business unit “Seafreight”.
Featured This Week: 2nd Annual Life Sciences Supply Chain Summit, Singapore-Highlights
This September, 45 leading executives from the life sciences supply chain field came together in Singapore for the 2nd Annual Life Sciences Supply Chain Summit. Attendees represented a cross-section of the industry, with delegates from medical devices manufacturers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, hospital supply chain executives and solution providers to the industry. There was a lot of positive and constructive feedback from delegates including:
“The event is great. It's very personal and they are a lot of interactions. I like the settings where the audience are expected to participate in a group settings discussions.”- Irwin Basuki, Sr Supply Chain Manager at Medtronic.
Presentations from the event by a number of speakers such as Johnny Ang - Assistant Director at GS1 and Don Harding - Head of Supply Chain at Molnlycke are available for your viewing here. Similar events will be taking place in Amsterdam and Boston in the next 8 weeks - find out more information about these here. Alternatively, you can contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0207 375 7243