This event focused on strategies and trends in the areas of warehouse and distribution operations in China and Asia.
Speakers shared case studies and from experience leading projects in China to help you boost your warehouse operations in China and get the results you want.
Hear first-hand experience of warehouse and distribution centers transformation in the region, enabling you to take away ideas that apply to your team or projects.
Jim Serstad, Managing Director, Tompkins International
TOPIC: OPTIMIZING STORAGE EFFICIENCY
Jim Serstad oversees Tompkins International's presence in Asia. Prior to Tompkins, Jim worked for Colliers International in logistics site selections, and with PRI, a China-based manufacturing consultancy and private equity firm, where he managed the acquisition of a Flextronics contract manufacturer. Jim holds a B.S. in electrical engineering and an MBA in manufacturing management from Purdue University.
Tompkins International provides global supply chain solutions through operations consulting, technology implementation and material handling integration.
Bruno Alix, Logistics Projects and Methods Manager, Beaumanoir Group China
TOPIC: INTEGRATE WITH SUPPLY CHAIN TO LEVERAGE WAREHOUSE EFFICIENCY
Bruno Alix is responsible for major warehouse process changes and leading e-commerce deployment for Beaumanoir Group in China. He was previously a WMS Senior Functional Consultant for Manhattan Associates. He holds a Masters degree in Industrial Engineering from Ecole Centrale Paris.
Beaumanoir Group specializes in textiles and pret-a-porter fashion. Its brands include Cache Cache and Morgan.
Edison Guo, Senior Director, Logistics Operations and Engineering Asia, Coach
Edison Guo leads logistics operations in China for Coach as well as its Asia Distribution Center, Intra-Asia transportation management and supply chain engineering functions in Asia. Previously he was Senior Strategic Accounts Manager for Menlo Worldwide and Regional Manager for Ceva Logistics. Edison holds a Masters from the Georgia Institute of Technology and another Masters from the National University of Singapore.
Coach is an American luxury fashion company.
Long Wong, Chief Operating Officer, UCO.com
TOPIC: WHEN WAREHOUSE 'EXCELLENCE' IS NOT GOOD FOR SUPPLY CHAIN
Long Wong is an insider to the growth of China's e-commerce sector. Before joining UCO.com as COO, he was Executive-in-Charge for Supply Chain & Logistics at Metersbonwe and Director of Transportation & Supply Chain at Amazon China. Long holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BS from the University of Texas at Austin.
UCO.com is a leading eCommerce distributor and retailer for cosmetics brands in China with operations on Tmall, VIPShop, JD.com, Jumei.com, etc.
Pamela Lin, Logistics Director, LVMH P&C
TOPIC: RE-DESIGN WAREHOUSE FLOW WITH TRADITIONAL RETAIL & E-COMMERCE BUSINESS
Pamela Lin directs logistics for LVMH P&C in China. She was Logistics Manager for Mary Kay and Heineken in the past. Pamela has a BA from the Shanghai International Studies University.
LVMH is a French multinational luxury goods conglomerate.
Aman Sapra, Director, Global Supply Chain and Inventory Strategy, St. Onge Company
TOPIC: TOOLS FOR ALIGNING STRATEGY TO TACTICS
At St. Onge Aman Sapra specializes in inventory management, route optimization and emerging markets logistics strategy development. Before joining St. Onge he was a Systems Engineer for Tata Consultancy Services. Aman has a Masters in Industrial Engineering from Purdue and a BE from Punjab Engineering College.
St. Onge is a supply chain strategy and logistics consulting firm.
Max Henry is Founder & Executive Director of the Global Suppy Chain Council and hosted this event.