For our third edition, logistics performance is at the heart of the concerns of logistics professionals today. This conference will bring together presentations from industry for the industry. It will cover topics such as automating operations, implementing technology solutions, improving productivity, implementing key performance indicators, outsourcing operations and the strategic contribution of the logistics function . You will find great names of companies who have carried out inspiring projects.
Transforming the CHUM Supply Chain: Changing Practices and Influencing the Market
- Mathieu Bouchard, Supply chain and logistics manager, CHUM
You will hear from a manager who has worked to raise the profile of the procurement and logistics function of the largest hospital construction project in Quebec. Mathieu Bouchard will share the lessons learned from this major project.
Logistical interaction in daily operations
- Marcel Riou, Vice President Supply Chain, IPL Plastics
- Danier Corbeil, Vice President Operations, IPL Plastics
A leader in the manufacture of plastic products, IPL Vice Presidents of Supply Chain and Operations will discuss the positioning of the logistics function in a company where production is in the spotlight. In particular, we will discuss communication tools between operations and the supply chain, demand planning and inventory management.
Master the art of key performance indicators
- Hani Jelassi, Warehouse distribution manager, Medicom Inc.
Clearly the most requested theme by participants from past events, Hani Jelassi from global company Medicom, will show us how performance indicators contribute to daily improvement and operations monitoring . KPIs reveal the health and sustainability of a company, making their mastery an indispensable science.
Robots at the service of hospital logistics
- Christine Ouellette, Director Procurement and Logistics, CHUM
The introduction of automatic guided vehicles (AGV) at the new CHUM is probably the largest logistics project in Quebec this past year. Christine Ouellette will present the approach of this major project, making the CHUM a world-class hospital.
Partnership and Outsourcing: The Challenges of Collaboration
- Karine Lê, Supply chain and logistics manager, Prana bio
At Prana, success is defined by the triple bottom line: people, planet, and profit. Discover how this growing company is surrounded by logistical collaborators to make a positive impact on their customers and their community. In particular, we will discuss the importance of partnership and the challenges of outsourcing in the context of e-commerce development.
How the Uberization of transports profits logistics in Quebec
- Jordan Arshinoff-Foss, President, Xpedigo
- Matthieu Laroche, President, Certified Cartridges
E-commerce is growing exponentially. Web giants set standards and redefine consumer expectations from purchase to delivery. Delivery has become one of the key differentiators in the value chain. It is our pleasure to talk to you about these changes and to introduce you to Certified Cartridges, an eco-responsible company, which responds effectively to the expectations of its customers through the adoption of a technological solution developed by Xpedigo.
Operations Growth Management through the construction of a DC and implementation of a WMS
- Eric St-Amant, Logistics Director, Next Supply
At a time when the level of service is key, come and discover how Next Supply was able to provide an ultra-fast service to its customers in the greater Toronto area. The management of the company's growth was the key to their success and it was enabled through the construction of a new custom logistics platform and the implementation of a logistics information management tool at the cutting edge of the technology.