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PROGRAMME of the POLISH LOGISTICS CONGRESS „LOGISTICS 2004”

Wednesday, 19th May, 2004 – Congress Hall

 

 

10:00 - 11:40

Plenary session P1 "Development directions of logistics"

  • 10:00 


     

  • 10:15 


     

  • 10:40 

     

  • 11:05
     

  • 11:15

1.      Opening address
Grzegorz Szyszka, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing
Prof. Laszlo Ungvari – Technische Fachhochschule Wildau

2.      Logistics networks - a new dimension of logistics
Grzegorz Szyszka, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing

3.      Developments in the growing logistics market
Prof. Hans-Christian Pfohl, European Logistics Association

Award of the ELA-ECBL certificates for Polish logisticians

4.      Contribution of the European Transport Policy to the efficiency of supply chains
Astrid Schlewing, European Commission

 

 

11:40 - 12:00

Coffee break

 

 

12:00 - 13:00

Plenary session P2 "Development directions of logistics" cont'd

  • 12:00

     

  •  12:25



     

  •  12:50


     

  •  13:05

1.      Rail transport in Central and Eastern Europe
Martin Duerr, AT Kearney, Germany

2.      The role of the logistics operator in the operational improvement of supply chain
Tomasz Buraś, DHL Express

3.      Reflection of European Integration Process in the Infrastructure of Commercial Logistics Providers
Marek Głogowski, Chris Slijkhuis, FLEXTRONICS

4.      The role of automated logistic centres in the modern supply chain processes
Andrzej Michalski, Grupa EMAX

 

 

13:40 - 15:00

Lunch

 

 

15:00 - 16:40

Plenary session P3 "Integration and co-operation"

  • 15:00


     

  •  15:25



     

  •  15:50




     

  •  16:15

1.      Management of networks for production and supply
Frank Schoeppach, LMBG Logistyk und Management Beratungsgesellschaft mbH

2.      Co-operation priorities of the supplier and the retailer in the FMCG supply chain
Herve Laureau, Unilever Polska S.A.,
Jonathan Pluck
, Tesco Polska Sp. z o.o.

3.      Permanent development of suppliers structures - VW company in Poznan as an example of best practices in co-operation between OEM and suppliers
dr Georg Richartz,
Volkswagen Poznań

4.      Co-operation between Volkswagen and Panopa in the global supply chain
Remi H
öffler, Panopa sp. z o.o.

 

 

19:30

Gala banquet at KINEPOLIS (Bol. Krzywoustego Str. 72)
In programme:

      - Logistics Award 2004 of the Polish Logistics Association

      - concert of the Polish singer Anna Maria Jopek

      - banquet

 

Thursday, 20th May, 2004

 

 

9:00 - 11:00

Thematic sessions T1, T2, T3

 

 

 

Thematic session T1 – Room 402
Intermodal solutions in logistics channels

  • 9:00


     

  •  9:25


     

  •  9:50



     

  •  10:15


     

  •  10:40

1.      Networking logistics centres in the Baltic Sea Region
Dr Juhani Vainio, Institute of Maritime Studies - University of Turku

2.      Combine transport integration within logistic processes chains
prof. Wolfgang Stoelzle, Universitaet Duisburg-Essen

3.      Organisation of the logistics chain in the distribution of new cars
Piotr Cichowicz, MOSTVA 

4.      The role of cargo rail transportation in the creation of logistic network
Mirosław Antonowicz, Henryk Zielaskiewicz, PKP Cargo

5.      Presentation of the company HORSTMANN

Discussion

 

 

 

Thematic session T2 – Congress Hall
Information systems in logistics

  • 9:00


     

  •  9:25

     

  • 9:50


     

  •  10:15



     

  • 10:40

1.      Virtual Polish-German Logistics Broker System
Prof. Bernd Hentschel, TFH Wildau

2.      Networking tools in logistics
Bernhard Müller, PSI Logistics GmbH

3.      Collaborative web-based multimodal logistics management: Strategies, processes & systems
Frank Knoors, Sequoyah International Restructuring

4.      Supply chain management support - the electronic platform e-Trade
dr Bogusław Śliwczyński
Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, Rafał Ejsymont, ComArch

5.      Logistics processes of wholesale trade in dispersed structures optimization
Jacek Galik, Grupa EMAX

Discussion

 

 

 

Thematic session T3 – Room 502
Safety and security in logistics

  • 9:00

     

  •  9:25



     

  •  9:50



     

  •  10:15


     

  •  10:40

1.      Web-based system for shipments tracking & tracing
Witold Karp, Filip Czerwiński, Kuehne & Nagel

2.      Impact of the SUW 2000 system on improving the safety and security of international supply chains
dr inż. Aleksander Niemczyk, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing

3.      Safety in Pan-European logistics - challenges and certain solutions
Cameron Blair, TRI-MEX International Ltd

4.      Safety and security in intermodal transport
Peter Colon, Buck Consultants International,
dr Maciej Stajniak, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing

5.      Presentation of the company JANTAR

Discussion

 

 

11:00 - 11:20

Coffee break

 

 


 

Thursday, 20th May, 2004

 

 

11:20 - 13:20

Thematic sessions T4, T5, T6

 

 

 

Thematic session T4 – Room 402
Intermodal transport and logistics centres in Europe and Poland

  • 11:20

     

  •  11:45



     

  • 12:10

     

  •  12:35


     

  •  13:00

1.      Inter modal transport in Poland and Europe
Prof. Leszek Mindur, Warsaw School of Economy

2.      Logistics Centres in Europe
dr Ireneusz Fechner, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing

3.      Urban Freight in the European Union
T.H. Zunder, University of Newcastle,

4.      Industrial districts and regional logistics systems in Italy: Emilia-Romagna case and experiences
Alberto Preti, Regione Emilia-Romagna

5.      Presentation of the company SELMAR

Discussion

 

 

 

Thematic session T5 – Room 502
e-Solutions in logistics

  • 11:20


     

  •  11:45


     

  •  12:10


     

  •  12:35

     

  •  13:00

1.      IT infrastructure of an enterprise versus development trends in logistics
Prof. Witold Hołubowicz, ITTI Sp. z o.o.

2.      Electronic Product Code and Global Data Standards - new opportunities for logistics
dr Elżbieta Hałas, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing

3.      E-Thematic: a study on E-fulfilment
Martin Gouda, Buck Consultants International

4.      Homogeneity of data in supply chains
Bartosz Czarnecki, Rafał Pisz, AXIT Polska

5.      Presentation of the company BCS Poland

Discussion

 

 

 

Thematic session T6 – Congress Hall
Partnership and co-operation in logistics networks

  • 11:20


     

  •  11:45


     

  •  12:10

     

  •  12:35


     

  •  13:00

1.      Cooperation of METRO networks with Fresh Logistics within the scope of fresh products delivery
Marek Dymarski - MGL METRO Group Logistics Polska

2.      Specifics of planning a logistics network
Jarosław Szewczyk, Frito Lay Polska

3.      Supply chains in building materials sector
Jacek Tarkowski, Lafarge Nida Gips 

4.      How to create transparency and opportunities in your supply chain?
Alain Beerens, Groenewout Consultants & Engineers

5.      Presentation of the Company SKK

Discussion

 

 

13:20 - 14:30

Lunch

 

 

14:30 - 15:45

Plenary session P3

 

1.      Economic debate conducted by Tadeusz Mosz, a top TV economist

2.      Summary of the thematic sessions.

3.      Conclusions & Closing of the Congress

16:00 - 19:00

 

Congress participants had a chance to familiarize themselves with logistics solutions of the following companies: VOLKSWAGEN, PANOPA, ARVATO, KOMPANIA PIWOWARSKA (brewery), KUEHNE & NAGEL, SPEDPOL-SCHENKER, DHL Express, RABEN

 








 

   
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