MENA SCMLOG 5.0

A Supply Chain Practice Leader's Summit

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MENA SCMLOG 5.0

 Dubai has evolved as the logistics hub for the MENA region. The region has world class infrastructure – ports, air ports and free trade zones. Initiatives the World Logistics Passport – a first-of-its-kind inclusive freight loyalty program will help remove trade barriers, and strengthen global supply chains. However, there are challenges like moving from a transactional to a collaborative supply chain, last mile connectivity, technology adoption, and building logistics capability. The 1st MENA SCMLOG 5.0 will explore some of the interlinked themes of Supply Chain Planning, Logistics & Warehousing, E-Commerce & Last Mile Delivery, and Sustainability. Over two days, 90 leaders from the who is who of supply chain domain from a wide cross section of industries in the MENA nations will participate in a series of discussions.

Forum 1

Decarbonizing Logistics 5.0

A strategic opportunity for building the new supply chain
Logistics contributes about 10 percent of total global CO2 emission. As global trade increases, and developing economies in Asia, Middle East, and Africa show robust growth, freight transport will pose the biggest challenge to decarbonization processes. However, freight transport may frustrate all attempts to decarbonize logistics, as its expected to grow three fold by 2050. Corporates need to transform their logistics much faster to achieve sustainability goals. And technology can provide the impetus.

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Forum 2

Mena supply chain planning 5.0

Supply chain design and planning building the organization to decode the future
The disruptions of the past two years have forced multiple changes to the business models of most companies. Add to this the increasing use of technology across all functions of the enterprise. The convergence of multiple technologies – AI/ML, Digital Twins, Visibility, and Resilient Planning are impacting the way companies are structuring their demand and supply planning processes. Coupled with the rapidly changing demand and supply scenario, it is time we re-think our demand planning process

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Forum 3

E-Commerce MENA 5.0

Making E-Commerce, Retail and Last Mile Delivery Faster, Profitable, and Responsive – Imperatives for the Next Normal
The second half of day 2 will bring together 20 plus leaders from e-commerce players, retailers, innovative logistics, express delivery, postal operators, delivery start-ups, technology platform and solutions providers to discuss the evolution of last mile process and how to improve the efficiency and speed while optimizing cost, and making Last Mile Delivery more sustainable.

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Forum 4

Mena logistics 5.0

Supply Chain Design and Planning – Building the Organization to Decode the Future
The disruptions of the past two years have forced multiple changes to the business models of most companies. Add to this the increasing use of technology across all functions of the enterprise. The convergence of multiple technologies – AI/ML, Digital Twins, Visibility, and Resilient Planning are impacting the way companies are structuring their demand and supply planning processes. Coupled with the rapidly changing demand and supply scenario, it is time we re-think our demand planning process.

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Industries

E-commerce & retail

Oil & gas

CPG

Consumer Durable

Technology

Textiles

Pharmaceuticals

Logistics

Chemicals

Start-Ups

Manufacturing

Auto ancillary

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Speakers

Hear Industry practice leaders who have disrupted conventional supply chain thinking

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Participants

GCC's accomplished supply chain professionals in attendance

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Tracks

strategic imperatives that will define supply chains in GCC of the future

Who will attend ?

MENA SCMLOG 5.0 is a senior level conference open to LOB heads or one level below. The attendees will be heads of supply chain, logistics, sourcing or planning. MENA SCMLOG 5.0 will see around 150 senior leaders from leading companies across MENA nations in attendance.

The profiles of the attendees will include:

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