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Best Practices in the European Distribution System
November 24 - November 26
Antwerp Port brings together the “Best in Class” of European supply chain leaders over a three day interactive programme. The programme aims to share practical aspects in managing robust global supply chains and offers insights on innovative approaches to cost and time efficiency. The programme will be delivered digitally and is best suited for decision makers in supply chain management, international business and project management professionals.
Day 1, Belgium as a European logistics hub
¨ Luc Arnouts, Director International Networks at Antwerp Port Authority : Introduction to the course. International strategy of the Port of Antwerp.
¨ Nathan De Valck (Brussels Airport) : Airport as a gateway for the Indian freight to Belgium.
¨ Nike : case study of Belgium as an EU distribution hub.
Day 2, Cold chain logistics
¨ Joost Vanderplaetsen and An D’Hondt (Katoen Natie) : A new concept in pharma handling and distribution.
¨ Steve Alaerts (Foodcareplus) : Essential aspects in handling of perishables.
Day 3, Multipurpose & breakbulk terminals
¨ Eric Clonen (AProjects) : Project cargo global consolidation.
¨ Ardian Lekaj (Nova Natie) : value added logistics and other aspects.
This programme is open to port and supply chain professionals from India.
The course fee is INR 10000
For FFFAI members, the course fee will be INR 6000.
For more information, please contact Ms. Malini Dutt, representative of Port of Antwerp in India, at email@example.com
Final date to apply: 6/11/2020
The programme is subject to change depending on availability of the companies.