Scheduled Event Detail

22 Oct 2014

Indonesia Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 2014

seminar - 29 Oct 2014 09.30

ALI Secretariat

Indonesia Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics Conference
The Indonesia Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics Conference is Indonesia's only dedicated event that caters to the diverse and growing needs of the industry.  Aiming to be a key partner to stabilize the needs of the industry, it aims to bridge the gaps between the government, international as well as domestic participants that complete the entire value chain.
This exciting two day conference will spearhead and tackle some of the most pressing issues at hand as well as highlight key regional as well as international industry personalities who will be able to answer your queries first hand. Join us as we unravel the future of Indonesia's growing transport, supply chain, logistics as well as material handling woes and give you workable solutions which you can implement in your daily tasks.
INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION:ALI SECRETARIATPh. 021 - 386 3936Email. secretariat@ali.web.id, adminstaff.ali@gmail.com, meta@ali.web.id

Indonesia Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics Conference 2014

Day One

Wednesday, 29th October 2014

10.00am

Conference Registration

10.45am

Chairman's opening remarks

11.00am

Opening Ceremony for Indonesia Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics &Intralogistics Indonesia 2014

12.00pm

VIP group tour of the exhibition hall

13.00pm

Registration

13.25pm

Chairperson's opening introduction

13.30pm

Keynote Governmental Address:

The Current Updates on the SISLOGNAS

Mr. Edy Putra Irawady, Deputi Menko Perekonomian Bidang Koordinasi Perniagaan dan Kewirausahaan

14.00pm

The Opportunities Available For International Investment In The Logistics Market

Mahendra Siregar, Chairman, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)

14.30pm

Beyond Cabotage

Carmelita Hartoto, Chairman, Indonesia National Ship-owners Association (INSA)

15.00-15.30pm

Afternoon Tea & Networking

15.30pm

"Risk Management and Humanitarian Logistics"

Dr. Robert de Souza, Executive Director, The Logistics Institute - Asia Pacific, Singapore 

What can the humanitarian and commercial sectors learn from each other in disaster preparedness, mitigation and response?   A comprehensive tour of supply chain risk management. Decision support to mitigate the propagation of adverse impacts in supply chains.  The Humanitarian Supply Chain Deconstructed Lessons Learned

16.15pm

LPI 2014: World Bank updates

Henry Sandee, Senior Trade Specialist, World Bank Jakarta Office

 

This session will mainly discuss the result of 2014 World Bank Logistics Performance Index highlighting ongoing challenges in the region related to trade facilitation, logistics and connectivity.

 

17.00pm

Chairperson's closing remarks

17.15pm

End of Conference

 

End of Day 1

 

Day Two

Thursday, 30th October 2014

09.30am

Conference Registration

 

STREAM A

STREAM B

10.00am

Chairperson's opening introduction

Chairperson's opening Introduction

10.05am

Advanced Land Transportation In Major Cities

Sugi Purnoto, Director & Chief Operating Officer, PT. Inprase Group

 

Exploring The Future Of Cold Chain In Indonesia

Adithya Sari, Country General Manager,

HAVI Indonesia

10.45am

Understanding the export/import process

Case Study: Inventory Strategy To Improve Service Level At Lower Cost In Project Market Environment

Meidi C. Imanullah, Global Supply Chain Manager-Logistics, Fosroc International Ltd

11.30am

Coffee Break& Networking

12.00pm

Panel Discussion

The Challenges and Opportunities of managing ports in Indonesia

•         David Rahadian ST, SH, MM, Director Business Development, PT. Krakatau Bandar Samudera

•         Benny Woenardi, Managing Director, Cikarang Dry Port

•         Ir. AuliaFebrial Fatwa,Commercial Director, Marunda Center Terminal, PT. Pelabuhan Tegar Indonesia

Sistem Logistik Ikan Nasional

Thomas Darmawan, Chairman, The Indonesian Fishery Product Processing  & Marketing Association

 

•       How to increase capacity and stabilization of production and marketing systems national fisheries;

•       How to improve the efficiency of the fish supply chain management

13.00pm

Lunch

14.00pm

Supply Chain Control Tower

Snehal Pandit, Vice President Sales,AurionPro & SCM Solutions

 

- Supply Chain Control Tower: Concept and Impact

- What does it take to build a Control Tower?

Transforming from a courier company to a logistics company

Johari Zein, Chief Executive Officer, JNE

 

14.45pm

The Importance Of Professional Competency In Logistics

Dr. Adjat Darajat, M.Si, Chairman, Badan Nasional Sertifikasi Profesi (BNSP)

 

How to increase productivity and profits in the warehouse

Brian G Miles, Regional Managing Director, SSI Schaeffer Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa

15.30pm

E- Commerce - A new model of logistics for Indonesia

Hadi Wenas, Chief Executive Officer, ACommerce Indonesia

QUO VADIS CPFR

Soerjo Winarto CPIM, Supply Chain Director, Johnson & Johnson Indonesia

 

A supply chain consisting of several organizations with different and sometimes conflicting objectives, the best way to work is by working together to achieve common goal, one of the known technique is Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment (CPFR).  CPFR have been known for years in Indonesia.  However the adoption of CPFR is low in Indonesia and some implementation weren't successful to get out most of the benefit.   It has been identified some of key drivers of successful implementation and successful case study from many implementation in many countries.   This presentation will re-visit again the idea of CPFR, implementation procedure, requirement, and obstacle of CPFR implementation.


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