Construction, consumer goods, telecommunications...various industry segments rely on wire and cable manufacturers. As these industries grow and face increasing consumer demand, they will require greater and maybe more diverse amounts of wire and cable. Manufacturing organizations must prepare their supply chains and operations to improve flexibility and efficiency in order to take advantage of growth opportunities for their business.
This first session of the series is focused on the cable and wire industry. In this online event, Fred THOMAS and Sébastien LAURENCIN will guide you through :
The session will be 60 minutes long, followed by 30-minute networking tables. Take this opportunity to connect with our industry experts and our speakers to get your questions answered.
Over the course of the last year, manufacturers were presented with an unprecedented number of challenges. Operation shutdowns, restarts, worker safety concerns and supply chain disruptions. The challenges acutely exposed the underlying technology issues in manufacturing.
From the lack of remote monitoring ability, to being unable to quickly pivot production schedules or execute fast re-shoring decisions…. the manufacturers with old, disparate legacy and manual tools and processes suffered the most.
This 2nd session of the series focusses on the Heavy Mobile Machinery and Equipment industry. In this online event, our speakers will address various questions:
The session will last 60 minutes, including 30 minutes of networking tables. Take this opportunity to connect with our industry experts and our speakers to get your questions answered.
For food manufacturers, last year’s disruption crisis has exposed the vulnerability of food supply chains to significant disruptions and the need for greater resiliency in operations. Confronted with margin pressure due to the economic situation worldwide, and with new consumers demanding more local sourcing and traceability, food companies have to adapt faster to unexpected events while reducing their carbon footprint and maintaining their level of service. Manufacturers can and should be far more adept at managing these marketplace fluctuations, whether these may be economic, supplier, or competitive disruptions. Agility in manufacturing is even more essential today and ultimately leads to resiliency.
This 3rd session of our DELMIA Operations series focuses on the Food Manufacturing Industry. Our speakers Thomas Muth, Strategic Industry Development Director at DELMIA, and Geoff Locket, Senior Supply Chain Consultant at DELMIA, will share on the latest trends of changing consumers preferences, regulatory demands, and sustainability initiatives and their impact upon food manufacturing supply chains. You will learn how leading food manufacturers are meeting these new challenges as opportunities, and optimizing their supply chain to make their operations more agile and resilient. Lastly, you will discover real world best practices from DELMIA customers in the food industry, and how they optimized their supply chains to meet changing customer demands and sustainability targets.
Furthermore, the session will discuss
The session will last 30 minutes, followed by 30-minutes of networking tables. Take this opportunity to connect with our industry experts to get your questions answered.
Make it Happen for Battery Cell Operations Excellence is part of the DELMIA Operations Series, a series of online meetings with industry-specific insights and guidelines to prepare for the "next normal". This session is dedicated to the battery cell manufacturing industry.
The increased demand from the transportation industry has become a challenge for running sustainable manufacturing operations, in addition to the uncertainty from global supply chain disruptions. Therefore, manufacturers need to develop innovative operations, to embrace advanced digital simulation combined with flawless execution, in order to take the lead in this fast growing segment of their industry.
In this online event, our speakers will guide you through those market challenges and provide you with innovative insights on how to meet those industry-specific challenges with DELMIA.
The session will last 30 minutes, followed by 30-minutes of networking tables. Take this opportunity to connect with our industry experts and our speakers to get your questions answered.
What is the “Make It Happen for Last Mile Operations” session about?
Make it Happen for Last Mile Operations is part of the DELMIA Operations Series, a series of online meetings with industry-specific insights and guidelines to prepare for the "next normal". In this online event, our speakers Jason Gardiner, Global Strategic Development Executive for Planning & Optimization at DELMIA, and Dr. Tobias Schulz, expert business consultant at the DELMIA Quintiq CoE., will focus on the last mile delivery and supply chains in the Retail industry.
During this 5th session of our DELMIA Operations series our speakers will also share insights into the latest industry trends and market dynamics and the way that leading companies in post and parcel are reacting.
We will also discuss the following elements and how Dassault Systemes can provide you with innovative and efficient solutions:
The session will last 60 minutes including a live presentation and a panel discussion. Take this opportunity to connect with our industry expert and our speakers to get your questions answered.