July 10, 2014 – Valencia
Can you imagine a scenario where the process for sending goods was as accessible and simple as sending an email? At any time, quantity or shipping destination. This is only a comparison to explain the concept “Physical Internet”.
The Physical Internet (PI) proposes switching to open pooling, not requiring individual agreements between actors, by embracing an interconnection approach. It uses the Physical Internet as our vision of interconnected logistics, an open global logistics system founded on physical, digital and operational interconnectivity through encapsulation, interfaces and protocols.
This innovative model has barriers and solutions, some already identified. What we propose in this activity is a participative session to detect what are the main obstacles to lead.
Eric Ballot, Supply Chain. Expert and professor in Mines ParisTech (France)
Patricia Bellver, Project Manager of the Transport & Logistics Department. ITENE (Packaging, Transport & Logistics Research Center)
- Meet the new concept of Universal interconnected logistics in FMCG through international experts.
- Provide experience and opinion about barriers and possible solutions.
- Validate a roadmap to make this real in 2030.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- FMCG manufacturers
- Logistics operator
- ITC suppliers
- Standards organisations
09:00 Opening MODULUSHCA Workshop
Expectations & Agenda
09:30 Fast Moving Consumer Goods
Current Situation and challenges
10:30 Discussion with the participants
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 Vision of interconnected logistics
Share the MODULUSHCA vision
12:15 MODULUSHCA Roadmap validation: how to get there?
14:00 Interactive session: discussing and prioritization of steps and actions, what is missing, what should be adapted?
Questions, answers, discussion, feedback workshop execution
15:30 Get together
ITENE C/Albert Einstein 1, Parque tecnológico,
46980 Paterna, Valencia
Attendance is free of charge but pre-registration is needed. To register now please click here