Inbound logistics for the metals industry: A demonstration

January 10, 2018
2:00PM - 3:00PM CET
Global oversupply, deteriorating quality of raw materials, shorter material contracts and price pressure. These external factors create a challenging environment in the steel industry. Inbound logistics can play a vital role here: In these times of complexity, they can make or break the effectiveness of your organization.

In the final chapter of our webinar series, Quintiq’s Reinier Zuurmond will demonstrate how optimized planning of your inbound logistics can help your organization deal with the complex variables of the steel market.

He will also showcase a selection of integrated Quintiq applications and how they can work together to:
  • Optimize your recipes and integrate them into your overall planning process
  • Provide full inventory transparency and signaling stock-outs at an early point in time
  • Improve operational efficiency for all required equipment and resources
  • Leverage your buying power by providing visibility along the entire supply chain

Find out how a common platform can complement your transaction-based system across the different departments of your organization.

This webinar has concluded, and a recording of the webinar is now available for viewing. Please click the link to watch the webinar.

This webinar is the second of our two-part webinar series on inbound logistics for the metals industry, and provides an in-depth demonstration on the value of logistics planning in the steel industry. For an accessible introduction to the subject, please access the first part of the webinar series here.

About the presenter
Reinier Zuurmond, Senior Consultant (BUMET), Quintiq

Reinier Zuurmond knows what is needed to bring real improvement to your business processes. He has worked multiple years in process and planning improvements in the shipbuilding industry. Reinier has been a consultant for Quintiq in the metals industry since 2013. He holds a master's degree in naval architecture and marine technology from Delft University of Technology.