LogiChem US 2018

November 06 - 07, 2018

Princeton, NJ

1.888.482.6012

Agenda Day 2

7:30 am - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast & Registration

7:30 am - 8:00 am Breakfast VIP Think Tank - Leaders in Chemical Manufacturing

Antonia Kay - Senior Conference Producer LogiChem/WBR
*Invite-Only –  pre-event RSVP required
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Antonia Kay

Senior Conference Producer
LogiChem/WBR

8:30 am - 8:40 am Welcome Remarks & Benchmarking

Antonia Kay - Senior Conference Producer LogiChem/WBR
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Antonia Kay

Senior Conference Producer
LogiChem/WBR

8:40 am - 8:50 am Chairperson’s Opening Address

8:20 am - 8:50 am Case Study: Putting Your Customer in the Heart of Your Supply Chain and Logistics Strategy

Beth Kaniewski - Head of Global Supply Chain and Logistics Center of Expertise BASF
Join Beth to hear about BASF’s “Customer First, Winning Together” strategy and focus on supporting and driving stakeholder collaboration to meet their customer’s needs:

  • Rethinking your supply chain to become a customer-centric manufacturer
  • Capture industry growth by streamlining your engagement and communication with the customer
  • Include changing customer demand requirements in your strategic supply chain discussions

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Beth Kaniewski

Head of Global Supply Chain and Logistics Center of Expertise
BASF

9:20 am - 10:00 am Panel: Getting More Control over Your End-To-End Supply Chain to Deliver Optimal Customer Experience

Richard Boulware - Global Director, Logistics IFF Bernice Cannon - Supply Chain Manager AkzoNobel
Today’s companies face a clear and harsh reality: provide an exceptional customer experience or get passed over for someone else who does. As a result, supply chain leaders play an increasingly pivotal role in driving business success. The margin of error is small, which makes automation all the more essential. Join this session for practical recommendations on:
 
  • Reducing day-to-day operating expenses
  • Streamlining processes and providing on-time customer service
  • Achieving the goal of increased end-to-end transparency and efficient communication when things go wrong
  • Neutralizing the threat of inaccurate order data and creating early visibility into incoming orders
  • Leveraging real-time data on shipments to keep your customers informed to enable them better manage their supply chains
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Richard Boulware

Global Director, Logistics
IFF

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Bernice Cannon

Supply Chain Manager
AkzoNobel

10:00 am - 10:40 am Morning Refreshment Break & Networking Break

10:40 am - 11:00 am Fireside Chat Keeping Up with Amazon: Developing a Multi-front Customer Experience Strategy to Stay Ahead of the Game

While consumers may think of Amazon as an online store for their daily purchases, the ecommerce giant is “quietly” entering the logistics and carrier arena. The Seattle-based company has recently acquired an ocean-freight-forwarder license in China, has expanded its logistics presence with air transportation and trucking, and is actively biding on ports. What does it all mean to the chemical manufacturing industry and what disruptions can you anticipate to see in the nearest decade?

11:00 am - 11:20 am Compliance And Your Company's Reputation - A Supply Chain and Logistics Perspective

Donna McPherson - President Cordstrap North America
Compliance is often thought of as a burden and a cost center. Yet with the right approach, it can deliver operational - and reputation-saving for your company. Donna McPherson, President of Cordstrap North America will share with you 3 compliance essentials that will help your company ...and reputation. 
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Donna McPherson

President
Cordstrap North America

11:20 am - 12:00 pm Post-It Panel Session: Optimizing Your Supply Chain to Deliver Improved Customer Experience

Stephen Pebly - Supply Chain Consultant, Fluoroproducts Chemours Beth Kaniewski - Head of Global Supply Chain and Logistics Center of Expertise BASF
Post your burning questions about network optimization and customer experience to have our panellists offer advice on your biggest challenges and recommend actionable solutions that you can apply as soon as you are back to the office.

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Stephen Pebly

Supply Chain Consultant, Fluoroproducts
Chemours

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Beth Kaniewski

Head of Global Supply Chain and Logistics Center of Expertise
BASF

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Luncheon For All Attendees

Track A: Best Practices in Compliance

1:00 pm - 1:10 pm Track Chairperson’s Opening Address
Is your company shipping chemical products or materials by highway, air, rail or water? This year, you have a unique opportunity to send your questions relative to the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) -- whether it be dealing with US DOT PHMSA Registration, Incident Reporting, Enforcement Action, Security, Training Requirements, Shipping Papers, Packaging Selection, Marking, Labeling or Placarding – to our expert panelists from the U.S. DOT before the event to have them research your inquiry and provide the most thorough and concise answer at the forum. 

You get a chance to shape the discussion, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to get your voice heard! Submit your questions via email at antonia.kay@wbresearch.com


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Anthony Murray

Hazardous Materials Safety Assistance Team, Eastern Region
U.S. DOT/PHMSA

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Anthony Lima

National Packaging Safety Program Manager/Senior Investigator
U.S. DOT/PHMSA

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Lisa Matsinger

Hazardous Materials Specialist
Federal Railroad Administration

John Gravas

Hazardous Materials Specialist
U.S. DOT/FMCSA

Track A: Best Practices in Compliance

1:50 pm - 2:00 pm Innovation Spotlight

Track A: Best Practices in Compliance

2:00 pm - 2:10 pm Innovation Spotlight

Track A: Best Practices in Compliance

2:10 pm - 2:40 pm Case Study: The Effect of Trade and Investment Restrictions under the Trump Administration
Daniel Hernandez - Trade Compliance Specialist - Logistics & Trade Compliance W. R. Grace & Co
President Trump’s trade clash with China is undoubtedly having a pronounced effect on many industries, and chemical manufacturing is not an exception from the rule. The ongoing steel and aluminum tariffs dispute keeps many supply chain executives up at night and the lack of clarity on the issue is already disrupting the U.S. manufacturing supply and global markets.  

This session explores the impact of the latest trade and investment restrictions and tariffs on the chemical manufacturing industry and what you should prepare for in the near future.

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Daniel Hernandez

Trade Compliance Specialist - Logistics & Trade Compliance
W. R. Grace & Co

Track A: Best Practices in Compliance

2:40 pm - 3:10 pm U.S. DOT PHMSA’s UN Packaging Program – Safety and Compliance Best Practices for Packaging Manufacturers, Testers and Filler/Shippers
Anthony Lima - National Packaging Safety Program Manager/Senior Investigator U.S. DOT/PHMSA
Nearly a million shipments of hazardous materials move throughout the U.S. each day. While most of these shipments safely reach their final destinations, accidents can and do occur, which is why DOT has taken more than 30 actions to advance the safe transportation of energy and hazardous materials.

Join Anthony Lima for practical recommendations on minimizing risks and staying fully compliant throughout material handling and logistics lifecycle. 

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Anthony Lima

National Packaging Safety Program Manager/Senior Investigator
U.S. DOT/PHMSA

Track B: Industry Lab Workshops

1:00 pm - 1:50 pm Leveraging Collaborative Transport Management Platforms to Ease Logistics Capacity Constraints
Join this workshop to discuss best practices in demand and capacity planning and the opportunities that arise with the use of collaborative transport management platforms 

**Limited seats, advance sign-up required**

To reserve your seat, contact Antonia Kay at antonia.kay@wbresearch.com


Track B: Industry Lab Workshops

2:30 pm - 3:20 pm Joining Cross-Functional Team Forces To Drive Sustainability
Join this workshop to benchmark best strategies in:
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  • Embedding sustainability into your supply chain operations by aligning your teams around the same business goals
  • Connecting the dots to achieve real-time visibility into your end-to-end value chain: reliable and predictable sourcing, supply, manufacturing, transportation, warehousing and distribution
  • Leveraging enhanced visibility and stakeholder collaboration to drive innovation
 
**Limited seats, advance sign-up required**
 
To  reserve your seat, contact Antonia Kay at antonia.kay@wbresearch.com

3:10 pm - 3:50 pm Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Break

1.Change Management Planning 
  • Cliff Levy, Former Global Process Manager, Supply Chain – ERP Implementation Core Team,  H.B. Fuller

2.Mergers and Acquisitions: Ensuring Successful Transition and Cross-Site System Integration 
  • Emmanuel Carena, Demand Planner/Data Analyst, Houghton International

3.Leveraging Smart Pallets to Boost Supply Chain Visibility
4.Leveraging Digital Technologies to Improve Customer Service Levels 
5.Mitigating Risks Through Streamlined Demand Capacity Planning
6.Leveraging Cargo-Monitoring and Tracking Services to Keep Customers Updated on Real-Life Status of Your Shipments
7.Workforce Management and Integrated Business Training
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Cliff Levy

Former Global Process Manager, Supply Chain – ERP Implementation Core Team
H.B. Fuller

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Emmanuel Carena

Demand Planner
Houghton International

5:00 pm - 5:00 pm Conclusion of LogiChem