03 de dezembro

8h15 – 8h45 – Reception & Registration

8h45 – Chair’s opening remarks
Alexandre Oliveira, DirectorCebralog

8h45 – 9h30 Opening lecture

STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN

Why should companies bet in Brazil and reinforce either their local as well as throughout South America

  • Development Potential for Infrastructure
  • Digitization enables a leap in development
  • Companies and entities representing this leap
Rafael Paniagua, President

9h30 – 10h15 Plenary Session

ECONOMIC SCENARIO, INVESTMENTS, MARKETS AND TAX BENEFITS

Economic situation, impacts and perspectives of the new government in business activity. Perspectives of a new economic policy

  •  The new government and prospects for the productive sector: Agribusiness, manufacture and services
  • Perspectives for local and global markets
  • Attractiveness for Investments in transport and infrastructure sectors
  • International Market – Protagonism of China and India in the next years and how to ensure healthy trading relationship with these countries.
André Perfeito, Chief Economist
Rafael Cervone, Presidente Emérito da ABIT e 3°Vice-Presidente da FIESP/CIESP. 

10h45 – 11h15 Coffee Break

Stream Sessions – Case Study

11h15 – 12h20

Sala 1 – STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN Sala 2 – 4.0 SUPPLY CHAIN
Prizewinner long term planning  model: Network Design
A strategy for a Supply sector which is in accordance to business plans and company goals and ensures demand fullfillment

  • What makes Network Design Special
  • Results
André Cordeiro,
Global Supply Chain Director

 

IoT – Aplication  of IoT in the whole chain, integrating supplier  to the  manufacture sector  till distribution centers and the final consumer.

  • Connections – IoT in the chain
  • Employ of IoT in agriculture, retail and logistics
  • IoT and Omnichannel
Marcos Guimaraes,
South América Logistics Director

 

12h20 – 12h25 – Please Move to your Next Session

Stream Sessions – Solutions

12h35 – 13h10

Sala 1 – STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN Sala 2 – 4.0 SUPPLY CHAIN

Andre Myiajima,
S&OP Senior Specialist, Dassault Systèmes LATAM
Machine Learning: more autonomy, efficiency and higher service quality

  • Data collect algorithm
  • How to read data strategically
  • Labeling the demand and anticipating yourself

 

13h10 – 14h30 Lunch

Stream Sessions – Case Study

14h30 – 15h05

Sala 1 – STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN Sala 2 –  4.0 SUPPLY CHAIN
New Supply Chain – Searching for a better foreseeability: seize and keep a more foreseeable demand (+ modern/-reactive/+ Proactive)

Inovação e modernização compreendem um projeto forte de sustentabilidade e a captura de uma demanda mais previsível (+ Moderno/ – Reativo/ + Proativo)

  • Demand  planning and prospects
  • Tracking – loss of productivity and speed x accuracy
  • Alternatives for a more proactive Supply Chain
Erik Novaes,
Supply Chain & Sustainability Director

Project 4.0 focused on Natura’s distribution and logistics

  • The sweeping and rapid changes that are profoundly transforming the logistics system
  • Project 4.0 focused on Natura’s distribution and logistics
  • Logistics 4.0 – of the city for long distance transport, which new experiences can add
Nestor Felpi,
Distribution and Innovation Logistics Director

15h05 – 15h10 – Please Move to your Next Session

15h10 – 15h45

Sala 1 – SUPPLY CHAIN, INTEGRATION Sala 2 – SUPPLY CHAIN 4.0
Supply Chain director, COO and CPO – the profile of professionals ready  to lead the strategic pattern of an organization

  •  Expertise and knowledge required for the following decade
  • Merit of brazilian businessman and what makes him different.
  • China, India and other growing markets; challenges and prospects of individual and professional improvement.
Igor Schultz,
Sócio

What is a Blockchain and what it aggregates to Supply Chain and Logistics.

  • . Blockchain as a protection: integrity, tracking and compliance
  • How it can help in taking strategic decisions
  • P2P framework – framework connection with a non centralized coordination.  
Marcelo Arantes,
Supply Chain Executive Director

 

15h20 – 16h00 Coffee Break

16h – 16h45 Plenary Session – Keynote Speaker

Supply Chain Estratégico

How to achieve an extremely flexible Chain that quickly responds to major changes and great ruptures and to the constant demand of changes clients and customers and requirements needs

The discussion about flexibility facing great changes and great ruptures is no longer only a matter of natural disasters but also a challenge in strategic businessmen routines. The Supply Chain strategically determines the success of a business, be it services or manufacturing

  • Managing and minimizing risks in Supply Chain
  • Planning based on adaptation strategies
  • The importance of the Supply Chain in the strategic decisions of the services company
Alejandro B. J. Cozzi , Regional VP Operations
Palestrante Internacional:
     

16h45 – 17h30 Plenary Session – Keynote Speaker

SUPPLY CHAIN 4.0 – NEW TECHNOLOGY

Convergence of disruptive tecnologies applied to the supply chain: joining the parts together

  • Artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning
  • Robotic process automation, augmented reality and virtual reality
  • 3D printing, IoT, omnichannel
  • Blockchain, smart-contract
  • Digitization, intermediation, disintermediation, disruption, innovation
Alexandre Oliveira, Director

17h30 – 18h15 Plenary Session  – Keynote Speker

SUPPLY CHAIN 4.0 – NEW TECHNOLOGY

Digital Transformation in the Supply Chain:an empirica using digital technolohy in the Chain
Bayer’s historical responsibility is huge, both concerning products and environment, as well as competitiveness and business excellence. This lecture will present the project, the introduction and the whole scanning process that the company is going through.

  • Chain scanning on a long-term plan – forecast for each step
  • The engagement of IT sector and new skills required to work in a environment of dramatic technological and behavioral change.
  • The expectation of earnings
Marcelo Amaral Mendes, Supply Chain Executive Director

18h30 – 19h30 First Day Closing Cocktail


04 de dezembro

8h15 – 8h45 – Reception
8h45 – Chair’s opening remarks
Alexandre Oliveira, DirectorCebralog

9h – 10h Opening Panel

STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN

Supply Chain Collaboration – step by step, from raw material to final good; an evaluation of the process improvements  via partnership

  • Shared solution alternatives in Supply Chain
  • Collaborative Planning
  •  Collaborative Logistics
Vicente Costa, Global Supply Chain Director
José Eduardo L. Wendler, Commercial and Logistics Director

10h – 11h Coffee Break

Stream Sessions – Case Study

11h – 11h35

Sala 1- Supply Chain Estratégico Sala 2 – Supply Chain 4.0
Supply Chain – Sustainable Alternatives in the Current Economic Scenario
Perspectives for Supply Chain, procurement and logistics. How to educate and prepare for what is coming? What Apothecary is already doing now thinking about the future

  • Actions and Commitment to Sustainability
  • Impact of the new government on the performance of companies in Brazil
  • Automation, digitization, sustainability and competitiveness: how to successfully implement this equation
Fábio Miguel, Purchasing Director
CHow to use Linkedin to increase business, create strategic contacts, and boost careers

  •  The concept of personal branding for top executives
  • Attitudes to build up your personal brand and generate business
  • Linkedin: the tool that enables your best exposure – how to take advantage of the network to create business and stand out in the market
Carla Falcão, Diretora

 

11h35 – 11h40 – Please Move to your Next Session

11h40 – 12h15

Sala 1 – Supply Chain, Integration Sala 2 – Logistics and Transport Modes
Integrating Supply Chain with Commercial and marketing areas
Supply Chain area, responsible for integrating information and production flow is meaningless without a strong connection with the commercial area.

  • Supply Chain as responsible for integrating all functional areas of the company: comercial, marketing, production, finances, people management, operating and legal departments
  • The allignment point of Supply Chain and other departments: get the most of each operation with least waste possible
  • Necessary adjustments in the supply chain for the success of the omnichannel
Celso L. D. Fragoso,
LAA ISC/ E2E Ldr

Truck Drivers strike leçons: What should be the backup plan for a future strikeEverybody was affected by the truck drivers strike. Companies in Brazil have to be prepared to face the fragility of a productive Market that is hostage of a sole modal

  •  Alternatives for a strike that closes the roads
  • Possibilities for a major modal integration
Carlos Eduardo Passini,
Executivo C-Level de operações Industriais e Supply Chain

12h15 – 12h20 – Please Move to your Next Session

Stream Sessions – Solutions

12h20 – 12h55

Sala 1 – Strategic Supply Chain Sala 2 – 4.0 Supply Chain
4.0 Supply, 4.0 Purchase, 4.0 Logistics and 4.0 Manufacturing – Revolution impacting  the process accuracy, responsiveness, effectiveness and efficiency
In this panel we will get to know the companies which are getting prepared to face next years major technological changes.

  • Strategies and pathways towards a digital transformation.
  • Successful Models of Digital technology employ in Supply Chain
Ana Paula Blanco, Master of Science in Management of Technology
Lean Implementation process of  Bosch Logistics Operations in Latin America

  • The benefits of data integration
  • Increased visibility of the supply chain over logistics costs.
  • A financial view of the supply chain and Integration through automation and access to information
Luciano Custódio,
Gerente de Logística

12h55 – 14h15 Lunch

Stream Sessions – Case Study

14h15 – 14h50

Sala 1 – 4.0 SUPPLY CHAIN Sala 2 –  LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT MODES
S & OP, Innovation and Digital transformation
The current need for a more solid construction of the brand relationship with the final consumer and the leading role of the Supply Chain in this new design

  • Innovation within the sales forecasting cycle
  • See how the scanning in the Supply Chain can be more tangible
  • S & OP, Innovation and customer-focused scanning
Denner Evangelio,
Supply Chain Director

Transports and infrastructure development
Logistics National Plan shows the areas which most need investment in transport. This investment will be made by the private sector by means of a public concession agreement of Federal Government  enterprises.

  •  National Logistics Plan – What is required for it to work
  • Railways, Highway, Airport and Ports Projects
Wagner Ferreira, Professor

Auto do livro: Infraestrutura Logística

14h50 – 14h55 – Please Move to your Next Session
14h55 – 15h30

Sala 1 –  SUPPLY CHAIN, INTEGRATION Sala 2 – LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT MODES
Talent management and retention policy that prioritizes values: sustainability and diversity
A company that wishes  to create solutions to the world’s greatest challenges, such as GE’s mission, must  embrace this premise internally – selecting and retaining talent closely aligned with this premise

  • Nothing more, nothing less – diversity and conflict as a foundation for growth, development and productivity of a company
  • Aligning people with the business purpose
  • Analytical methods for managing talent
Mauricio Valadares,
Operations Director

Brazil Cost – challenges and fiscal opportunities
This lecture will present an update on tax and fiscal policies as well as benefits that impact on companies business highlighting aspects that require attention for the strategic management of the companies in the next years

  • Tax and business changes for 2019
  • How the end of tax incentives and the exclusion of ICMS Tax Replacement in some states will impact the tax planning of companies
  • Regulatory Framework of Transport – what changes for companies in the sector
  • Compliance and anti-corruption practices: adoption of good practices ensure profitable and lawful business
Alessandro Dessimoni Vicente,
Vice President

15h30 – 16h Coffee Break

16h – 17h15 – Plenary Session

STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN

STARTUPS PANEL – 10 x 6 – 10 minutes presentations on a variety of startups solutions to Supply Chain and similar domains

André Almeida, President, Founder
Fábio Rodrigues, Co-Founder
Fernando Hajel Berteli, CEO and Co-Founder
Paulo Castello, CEO and Co-Founder
Michel Sehn, Founder and CEO

 

17h45 – 18h Closing by event chairman

18h Closure

Program subject to change