Agenda

26-27 Sep 2019

Shangri La, Jakarta

SUPPLY CHAIN & LOGISTICS Indonesia 2019

26 - 27 Sep 2019: Jakarta, Indonesia

Day 1 | 26th September 2019

Indonesia Supply Chain Summit 2019

0830

Registration & Coffee

0855

Welcome Remarks by Conference Convenor:

0900 – 0930

Digital as a pivotal force in business transformation and untapped potential for Supply Chain Technology in Indonesia

Companies face strategic challenges in their growth path whether its process streamlining or formulating future goals Threat of disruption and failure are making deployment of digital technologies an imperative for the smooth functioning of business and to drive business performance improvement goals New supply chain technology can power up existing operations, streamline inventory, and increase revenue-if implemented correctly How is Indonesia moving in this direction and what is the untapped potential for technology providers to partner this growth


Subir Lohani, Chief Growth Officer, Digiasia
Boaz Handoyo, VP Account Management, Ritase.com
0930 – 1000

Supply Chain Design Strategies

Forward-thinking businesses are continuously redesigning and improving their supply chains by using modelling technology to examine how their supply chains will perform under a wide range of market conditions and assumptions and analysing the trade-offs of cost, service and risk. Needless to say, it is the “design” of a supply chain that brings the maximum benefit across key metrics like cost, service, sustainability and risk.


Efrata Denny Saputra Yunus, Founder and CEO, ESCM

1000 – 1030

Utilising Analytics to Optimise Supply Chain Operations

Shamir Rahim, Founder & CEO, VersaFleet
1030 – 1100

Supply Chain Optimization: Planning and Maximising Segmented Supply Chains

Parametric supply chains (ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL!) are becoming a necessity in today’s rapidly changing retail climate, but what usually gets overlooked is the immense effort required to operationalize these segmented supply chains, including differentiated sourcing models. Many companies miss the end to end impact of trying to move to a differentiated or segmented supply chain model. What is the best practice in developing multi product, multi geography supply chains.

Tuti Susilowati G, Supply Chain Planning Head, PT Kalbe Farma Tbk
1100 - 1115

Refreshment Break

1115 – 1145

The growth of e-commerce: How AI can help companies in dealing with new supply chain challenges

The exponential growth of e-commerce companies in the Southeast Asian region means that organizations are using logistics as the key differentiating factor. The rising customer expectations mean that same day deliveries are becoming the norm, and the industry is shifting towards time-defined deliveries for customers. To achieve such high efficiency in their operations, organizations are shelling out big bucks.

Ayesha Zafar, Director Sales - Southeast Asia, Locus
1145 – 1215

How To Develop Organization Readiness For SCM 4.0.

Soerjo Winarto, Head Of Operation, Pt. Tirta Sukses Perkasa
1215 – 1245

What successful companies do differently in their digital transformation journey?

Sachin Agrawal, Vice President and Head - Enterprise Business, Zoho Corporation
1245 – 1315

Building Excellence in Multichannel Customer Experience: Online, Retail, B2C and B2B

In today’s maturing consumer markets, emphasis is shifting from straightforward sales to a more holistic approach to customer life-cycle management. Effectively managing these different marketing, sales, and service channels poses a significant challenge. Companies need new strategies, structures, processes, and tools to deliver customer value across all channels. A multi-channel, integrative customer model that delivers customer value and Signiant return on investment (ROI) requires both a strong understanding of customer preferences and behaviours and a robust IT architecture that supports the overarching customer relationship management (CRM) strategy.

Denny Fikri, President Director PT Angkasa Pura Kargo
Samuel Eduard Pranata, Director, Corporate CSR, Martha Tilaar Group
Hita Supranjaya, Director, Bukalapak
1315 – 1400

Networking & Lunch Break

1400 – 1430

Designing Your Supply Chain Around the Digital Consumer

Mrs. Ali has gone digital, and she expects her grocer to deliver exciting and frictionless experiences that match her other shopping engagements, regardless of the pressure this puts on your existing infrastructure and processes. However, actively engaging with your digital shoppers can deliver insights into what they want before they arrive at your store (or you arrive at their door). These insights will have far reaching effects on your entire supply chain, from your supplier to your shopper's pantry.

Ruhul Habib Moula, Head of Supply Chain, PT Sanofi Aventis Indonesia
1430 – 1500

Technology to Solve e-fulfilment Challenges in the Digital Age

As retailers complete for customer loyalty in an increasingly digital and connected world one of the key differentiators is delivery. How to get products to increasingly demanding customers where and when they want them? This has been one of the areas where physical stores have held an advantage over on-line stores. However, on line stores are narrowing this gap by offering time definite delivery windows which match busy customer lifestyles. The Internet of Things (IoT) will offer opportunities to optimise supply chains by connecting real time track and trace technologies. Delivery is the new customer service battlefield.


1500 – 1530

How can Omni-Channel Retailers Utilise their End to End Supply Chain network for competitive advantage

This session reflects on how, with the need for more rapid and responsive supply chain operations to support the omni-channel experience, retailers can creatively utilise their network and infrastructure to better deliver on-shelf availability, various fulfilment and reverse logistics options, without increasing costs. The process will help identify how the core operations can be more effectively planned and managed to increase efficiency, utilisation and additionally to have a lower environmental impact.


1530 – 1600

IoT and Mobile applications for enhanced Supply Chain visibility

One of the biggest trends poised to change supply chain management is asset tracking, which gives companies a way to totally overhaul their supply chain and logistics operations by giving them the tools to make better decisions and save time and money. Asset tracking is not new by any means. Freight and shipping companies have used barcode scanners to track and manage their inventory. But new develop¬ments are making these scanners obsolete, as they can only collect data on broad types of items, rather than the location or condition of specific items. Similarly, IoT will impact warehousing, fleet management, inventory operations in significant ways.

William Chaylis, Regional Vice President, Dsi Global, Southeast Asia
1600 – 1615

Refreshment Break

1615 – 1645

Blockchain to Build Next Generation Retail Supply Chains

Retail legal, compliance and supply chain executives have a unique role in building blockchain solutions to retailer needs. Blockchain has recently emerged as a revolutionary technology with the potential to transform retail supply chains, payment systems, and other operations. Originally constructed to safely and securely record, store, and track digital currency transactions, blockchain technology has the capacity to reduce fraud, enable smart contracts, create a more transparent and secure retail supply chain, and ensure that shopping experiences are consistent and transparent. Learn how embracing blockchain technology can help your business.


1645 – 1715

Preparing Procurement for Digital Disruption to the Supply Chain

As the digital revolution impacts every industry it is vital to understand what the new changes mean to you and your procurement teams around the world. For example, how virtual can your team organisation be? How mobile and distributed can they be? Can you move faster to find and work with better suppliers? What efficiencies can you gain by employing more digital capabilities?

Fadjar Andi Wibowo, Head-Supply Chain, PT. Bukit Muria Jaya
1715 – 1745

E-Procurement Implementation strategy: Streamlining procurement processes and increasing efficiency and transparency

With procurement functions across the region striving to enhance their role within their respective organisations, the need for matching technology and information systems is pivotal in transforming successfully. Having the e-procurement systems in place is not enough, they need to be fully utilized and implemented to achieve maximum efficiency and save employees time for more strategic activities


1745

Closing Remarks And End Of Day 1

Day 2 | 27th September 2019

Indonesia Warehouse Summit 2019

0830

Registration & Coffee

0855

Welcome Remarks by Conference Convenor:

WAREHOUSING OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES

0900 – 0930

Assessing the warehousing demand and opportunities in Indonesia

  • New warehousing models for future growth – in house, leased, 3PL
  • Bringing warehousing back in house
  • Managing warehouse model transition

0930 – 1000

The critical next steps for 24/7 agile warehousing: The journey ahead

  • Assessing the emerging warehousing expectations and how to take the next step
  • Balancing the work force of today with the new frontier of required skills
  • Learning from the world class distribution centres

1000 – 1030

Understanding the Built to Suit Warehousing Demand & Opportunity

  • Increasingly users are opting for custom built facilities
  • How does that impact the financials of the project
  • What is the global best practice in managing ROI on such initiatives

1030 – 1100

Understanding Global best practice in warehousing transformation

  • Driving warehousing innovation into the heart of business improvement
  • Preparing for a shift in capability and performance
  • Transforming operations to deliver to the on demand customer

Lukas Mardhi, Director, YCH Group
1100 – 1115

Refreshment & Networking Break

1115 - 1145

Leveraging Smart Warehousing For Optimized Performance & Efficiencies


1145 - 1215

Strategies for selection of Material Handling Equipment that helps with increased efficiencies, Environmental & Lifetime cost reduction


1215 - 1245

Best practice in Managing Warehouse Density storage as a tool for Lowering costs and improving profitability


1245 - 1315

How Can Your Warehouse’s Flooring Add To Operational Efficiencies and what are latest developments in flooring design


1315 - 1400

Networking & Lunch Break

1400-1430

Optimize your storage and warehousing processes with a cutting-edge warehouse management system

William Atmaja, General Manager, PT Intramega Global
1430 - 1500

Intelligent Edge Solutions – Leverage technologies to achieve a Well-Connected Warehouse


1500 - 1530

Warehouse Space Optimization: Tactics That Can Be Used to Improve Space


1530 – 1600

Emerging technology solutions to optimise your warehouse operations

  • Wearable robotics
  • Augmented reality and SMART glasses
  • Co-bots - The future of collaborative robots
  • Autonomous vehicles

1600 – 1615

Refreshment & Networking Break

1615 - 1645

Optimizing picking efficiencies in manual warehouse operations


1645 -1715

Panel Discussion: Risk Management in Warehouses: Mitigating risk and securing your warehouse against losses


1745

Closing Remarks And End Of Conference

Day 3 | 5th September 2019

Indonesia Food, Pharma & Perishables Logistics Summit 2019

0830

Registration & Coffee

0855

Welcome Remarks by Conference Convenor:

0900 – 0930

Development of Perishables trade in Indonesia

Fresh produce and protein focus: (seafood + fresh produce + seasonality) are currently the major perishable commodity groupings. How are economic factors affecting the future outlook of these and other commodities. How is the consumer demand driving these sectors? How prepared is the industry to handle this demand? How ready is the Cold Chain to support this growth


0930 – 1000

The Role of Cold Chain in the Promotion of Perishable Exports in Indonesia

The food supply chain in Indonesia is complex in nature, where perishable goods are handled by numerous small stake holders. Apt infrastructure required to support the perishable food market is still developing. The perishable nature of products makes it necessary to have temperature controlled hygienic storage facilities, efficient handling, reefer transportation and distribution networks. These requirements stand as pillars of strength for the perishable products supply chain. How can this enable exports and boost Indonesia’s revenues.


1000 – 1030

Perishables E Commerce and Challenges of delivering fresh produce and strategies to overcome them

How will e-commerce fresh produce trading alter Indonesia’s traditional wholesale model? How will the food safety and perishable supply chain integrity be impacted by the same. Will the existing cold store investments meet demand or capacity expansion is required. How will it impact the end consumer will he witness an increase in final landing cost.


1030 – 1100

Evolving Cold chain regulations – Increase in sensitivity, quality standards, volume and mounting regulations

Globalization requires complying with international regulations which vary from market to market. Quality control necessitates controlling texture, taste, temperature and reducing the amount of processing. Multi cell carriers are finding increased applications in reducing cost. What are the effective strategies to manage business within this environment.


1100 - 1115

Refreshment & Networking Break

1115 – 1145

E2E Cold Chain Logistics Transformation—How to begin, what are some key watch outs for success and should you partner or do it yourself?


1145 – 1215

Real Time Temperature Management using IoT to Remotely Monitor the Condition of Products in Food & Pharma Supply Chains


1215 - 1245

Essentials in planning for Pharma & Perishable air cargo to keep shippers safeguarded.

In perishable logistics, time is of the essence to ensure pharma produce, vaccines, flowers, fish, and other products reach their destinations while they still offer maximum appeal and shelf life. As a result, many of these goods move via air. But the potential complications of shipping perishables via air include uncertainty in timelines, gaps in maintaining cold chain, and higher costs. How can these be optimised to boost exports from Indonesia.


1245 - 1315

Emerging Trends in Cold Chain, Storage and Reefer Design


1315 - 1400

Networking & Lunch Break

1400 - 1430

Leverage IoT Sensor Technology To Proactively Manage Your Supply Chain


1430 - 1500

Real-Time, End-To-End Cold Chain Visibility


1500 - 1530

Implementing Global Standards To Ensure End- To-End GDP Compliance


1530 – 1600

Temperature Control Handling of Pharmaceutical Shipments


1600 – 1615

Refreshment & Networking Break

1615 - 1645

Implementation of Block Chain in a 'Pharma Logistics Organisation'.


1645 -1715

How Can You Use Advanced Planning And Data Analytics To Make More Informed And Proactive Demand And Supply Planning Decisions in Pharma Sector?


1715 – 1745

Transporters role for Quality Compliance for TTSPP (Time and Temperature sensitive Pharmaceuticals Products)


1745

Closing Remarks And End Of Conference