Explore nuances and future of automotive logistics at AutoSCM Summit 2021
Indian Transport & Logistics News is happy to announce the fully virtual conference of Automotive Supply Chain Management Summit 2021 (AutoSCM Summit 2021) happening on Thursday, December 9, 2021, presented by Frankfurt Airport and World Trade Center Pune as network partner.
November 3, 2021: Indian Transport & Logistics News is happy to announce the fully virtual conference of Automotive Supply Chain Management Summit 2021 (AutoSCM Summit 2021) happening on Thursday, December 9, 2021, presented by Frankfurt Airport and World Trade Center Pune as network partner.
Under the topic “Future of automotive logistics for autonomous, connected and electric vehicles,” the five-hour conference is divided into four panels dealing with supply chain disruptions, electric vehicles revolution, semiconductor and data-centric supply chain.
The conference is featuring stakeholders across the automotive supply chain including airports, airlines, manufacturers, OEMs, auto component manufacturers, suppliers, logistics service providers, electric vehicle logistics players and last-mile operators.
Register here: https://www.itln.in/autoscmsummit2021/register.php
The first panel is aimed at helping the automotive industry to build a resilient supply chain among increasing complexities, frequent disruptions and rising risks and shocks. We will discuss and debate the impact of the recent disruptions and how the industry could build a chain that can withstand similar disruptions in future.
The second panel under the topic: “The automotive rEVolution – what’s in it for supply chain and logistics industries?” We aim to address the increasing use of electric vehicles in urban logistics, while we will also explore the future of EVs – two-wheelers, three-wheelers, light commercial vehicles, commercial vehicles and passenger vehicles – the challenges of charging stations, infrastructure for battery swaps.
Themed as “Long term strategies and partnership to make the automotive semiconductor supply chain stable and secure,” the third panel will dig deep into the complexities of moving semiconductors and the recent attempts by the industry to circumvent the issues concerned.
Last, but not least, is the panel on “Building a data-centric supply chain for the world of autonomous and connected vehicles.” We along with our audience and speakers will try to understand the digital technologies and models that are trying to revolutionise the way logistics heads of automotive companies manage their operations.
We will have speakers representing companies like Valeo India, A Raymond, TATA AutoComp Systems, TechMahindra, Mumbai International Airport, Frankfurt Airport, Renault Nissan Automotive, ElringKlinger Automotive Components, Mahindra Truck & Bus, TAFE - Tractors & Farm Equipment Limited, Etrio, COGOS Technologies, Boom Motors, Minda Corporation Limited, Continental Automotive India, Log 9 Materials and India Electronics and Semiconductor Association.