The Körber Supply Chain Master Class Series tackles the challenges of today's increasingly complex supply chain – bringing you best practices and innovative thinking from academics, industry insiders and technology experts.
It's a unique series about managing your supply chain as a competitive advantage. A strategic asset. An opportunity to excel.
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Supply Chain Master Class is a unique series of highly focused classes on current challenges facing supply chain professionals. We hear from leading academics, industry insiders and technology experts about what’s working, what’s not – and what’s next.
Each Master Class topic is presented in five 30-minute classes over three weeks – on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tune in live and take part in the Q&A session, or watch the recording later at your convenience.
There is no charge to attend. The series is brought to you by Körber Supply Chain.
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Supply chain complexity is increasing, and warehouses need to run at peak efficiency to ensure continued business success. Warehouse management systems are a critical first step in optimizing their operations. But looking past the WMS, what other technologies can help you move performance to the next level? Join us for this master class, to learn about innovative warehouse technologies, use cases and best practices for today's warehouses.
The FMCG industry has been challenged with increasing numbers of Stock Keeping Units (SKU) while retail customers demand smaller delivery quantities. As manufacturers change how they produce and distribute their products, mixed-load pallet building emerges as one of the most efficient approaches companies can embrace. However, it increases complexity and the amount of labor required to fulfill customer orders.
Our master class examines how optimizing picking processes with automation technology can help FMCG companies increase efficiency and lower cost, while supplementing the human workforce.
Until recently, sustainability initiatives have been focused on the manufacturing side of the supply chain. Now the spotlight is now on warehouse and transportation, and the measures companies can put in place to reduce their ecological impact. So how should you approach sustainability? Join us for this Master Class series to learn about the role technology can play in building a sustainable supply chain.
Warehouses today are under increased pressure to be able to maintain efficiency regardless of outside factors. However, when major disruptions to the supply chain happen, like product shortages or pandemics like COVID, many operations can be left struggling to keep up. Join us for this Master Class series on Disruption Mitigation to learn how the latest technologies and processes can help prepare your operation for whatever challenges it may face.
SAP’s Supply Chain Logistics Suite offers powerful solutions for all areas of supply chain management. But how do you ensure you get the most out of your SAP implementation? And how to best handle the impending migrations from SAP WM to SAP EWM? Join our SAP Experts to learn about trends and best practices around SAP Supply Chain implementations.
Warehouses are held to a high level of safety standards and workplace safety is paramount to operational production as issues can result in lost time, product, and revenue. Join us for this Master Class series on Workplace Efficiencies and Safety to learn how the latest technologies and automation can help improve your processes and safety.
Warehousing is one of the biggest areas for supply chain differentiation. How do you plan to stay competitive and meet your consumer’s needs? Deep dive into the warehouse with topics on critical capabilities, cloud vs. on-prem infrastructure, ROI and automation.
Answers to today’s cold storage issues rarely fall in your lap. Or do they? Join the presentations and discussion regarding AMR & voice in cold storage, traceability and food safety and much more.
Today’s labor market is creating new challenges. This class covers everything from scaling up and down for seasonality or a crisis, to adjusting your workforce to new regulations.