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Tuesday 11th April, 2017

18:00 - 21:00
Automotive Logistics China – Pre-conference drinks reception
 

A great opportunity to get together with fellow delegates in a relaxed atmosphere before the formal conference days. Bring lots of business cards!

 
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Wednesday 12th April, 2017

08:00 - 09:00
Registration & welcome coffee
 
 
09:00 – 10:30
Session 1 Towards China logistics 2025
 

“Recorded”
What are the expectations for the Chinese automotive and logistics industry? This session will explore the government strategies aiming to create a world-class car industry, looking at issues of globalisation and quality as well as sales and manufacturing forecasts.

 
10:30 – 11:15
Networking & coffee break
 
 
11:15 - 11:25
Keynote Presentation
 

Bo Shiju Chairman Changjiu Group

 
11:25 – 12:30
Session 2 Multimodal 2025
 

“Recorded”
An overview of the investment required to develop China’s transport infrastructure and encourage more service providers there to support a move to multimodal logistics.

Zhang Xiaodong Professor of Traffic and Transportation Beijing Jiao Tong University
Rui Zhu Director Logistics Chery Jaguar Land Rover

 
12:30 – 14:00
Lunch
 
 
Hosted by:
14:00 – 15:15
Session 3 Manufacturing 2025
 

“Recorded”
New entrants in the vehicle manufacturing sector are already using the latest technologies and ideas to change their products – for example, producing electric and autonomous cars. But there is more change to come, as manufacturing represents a huge area of opportunity for further efficiencies...

Ni Bin Business Development Manager, Production Control & Logistics SAIC - General Motors
Martin Lockstrom Managing Partner International Business Consultants
Kai Althoff COO 4flow

 
15:15 – 16:00
Networking & coffee break
 
 
16:00 – 17:30
Session 4 Where the new world meets the old world
 

“Recorded”
China is leading the world in the use of e-commerce. So what lessons can we learn from the supply chains that support the e-commerce sector and how exactly will e-commerce impact on finished vehicle and spare parts distribution?

Owen Xie CEO and President KaQu Delivery Network
Marco Wang Director of Logistics NIO

 
17:30 - 21:00
Automotive Logistics China – Gala Dinner
 
 

Thursday 13th April, 2017

08:30 – 09:00
Registration and welcome coffee
 
 
09:00 – 10:30
Session 5 Keeping China supplied
 

As the biggest vehicle manufacturing region in the world, ensuring a stable, efficient inbound supply chain is absolutely critical to China’s booming automotive production sector. So just how can this be achieved?

 
Automotive Logistics Session 5A: Keeping China supplied

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As the biggest vehicle manufacturing region in the world, ensuring a stable, efficient inbound supply chain is absolutely critical to China’s booming automotive production sector. So just how can this be achieved?

Magnus Ödling Director, Inbound Logistics APAC Volvo Car China
William Chen Head of Strategy and Operation Chep
Andreas Subbe Director Logistics SCMA Asia Pacific Continental

CFLP Session 5B:

“Recorded”
“CFLP”
China Automotive Import and Export Logistics International Conference

Wu Songquan Director, Auto Industry Policy Research Section China Automotive Technology and Research Centre
Hu Siyu Independent Consultant Ex-Sinomach Automobile
Chen Gang Vice-President Changjiu Logistics
Chen Weigang General Manager Anji Logistics North America

10:30 – 11:15
Networking & coffee break
 
 
11:15 – 12:30
Session 6 Finished Vehicle Logistics 2025
 

Finished vehicle logistics is changing fast in China, with new regulations on trailer dimensions affecting the physical and further developments in technology making the digital more central to logistics than ever.

 
Automotive Logistics Session 6A: Finished Vehicle Logistics 2025

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Finished vehicle logistics is changing fast in China, with new regulations on trailer dimensions affecting the physical and further developments in technology making the digital more central to logistics than ever.

Michael Tian Head of Finished Vehicle Logistics BMW
Richard Li Vehicle Distribution Manager Ford Motor Company
Laurent Sik Finished Vehicle Logistics Director Asia GEFCO
Ruud Vossebeld Director Business Development INFORM

CFLP Session 6B:

“Recorded”
“CFLP”
China Automotive Import and Export Logistics International Conference

Liu Shiqing Vice-President Xiamen Huashang Logistics
Huang Yingming General Manager Shanghai Origin International Logistics
Sun Yanan Chairman Anwood Logistics Systems (Suzhou)

12:30 – 14:00
Lunch
 
 
14:00 – 15:15
Session 7
 
 
Automotive Logistics Session 7A: Aftermarket & Service Parts – Evolution or Revolution?

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Are you prepared for the e-world? What will the shift to electric vehicles mean for the parts supply sector? And what opportunities are there for production and service parts sectors to work together more closely?

Michael Bian Logistics Manager, Parts, APAC Tesla
Tang Xinhong CEO Beijing Qpmall technology Co. Ltd
Peggy Huang National Sales Manager for Automotive Vertical FedEx
Chunsheng Chen Minister of Service Fujian Benz Automotive

CFLP Session 7B:

“Recorded”
“CFLP”
China Automotive Import and Export Logistics International Conference – RORO, the best solution

Rita Wen Director, Group Wholesales & Logistics Volkswagen (China) Investment Co., Ltd.
Carl Ni Assisant manager BMW Group
Richard LI Vehicle Distribution Manager Ford Motor Company
Wang Vue Senior Project Manager Toyota Motor (China) Investment Co., Ltd.
Zhu Guoqing Supply Chain Manager  Shanghai Automobile Import & Export Co., Ltd.
Chi Ruzhao Logistics Supervisor Anhui Jiang Huai Automobile Group

15:15 – 15:45
Networking & coffee break
 
 
15:45 – 16:45
Session 8 20:20 Vision
 

A high-level panel of supply chain experts reveal their visions of the future and their aspirations for the logistics operations of tomorrow.

Ma Zengrong Executive Vice-President CFLP
Andreas Subbe Director Logistics SCMA Aisa Pacific Continental
Magnus Odling Director, Inbound Logistics APAC Volvo Car China

 

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