Profiting from complexity in the bulk commodity supply chain

July 10, 2018
12:00PM - 1:00PM AEST

The grain value chain is complex and unpredictable. Whether it's due to a dynamic export market, a consolidation of global players, non-standardized processes or constraints in business rules, companies face a multitude of challenges as they seek to find new ways of maximizing profitability.

If you find that you lack the visibility to make sound decisions in planning your production based on your demand, don’t miss this webinar by Quintiq’s Lee Hochberg and KPMG’s Henry Brunekreef.

They will highlight the power and value of integrated supply chain planning, and show you:

  • The benefits of end-to-end visibility of your entire supply chain
  • How gaining full visibility of demand, supply and logistics across the supply chain can lead to enhanced profits
  • The capabilities and advantages of a fully integrated supply chain planning and optimization solution
About the presenters
Lee Hochberg, Senior Advisor — Integrated Supply Chain Planning & Optimization, Quintiq

Lee Hochberg has been working to improve organizational performance, competitiveness and value with a wide range of complex transport and logistics businesses for over 30 years in Australia, the U.S. and Europe. He has certifications and training in advanced statistical process control, TQM, lean manufacturing, constraint management, organizational development, negotiations and accelerated learning.

Henry Brunekreef, Director — Australian Operations Advisory Group and National Leader for Supply Chain, KPMG

Henry specializes in supply chain strategy development and target operating model design. He brings over 20 years’ experience in supply chain strategy design & implementation, transformation change management, business planning and operations management. Henry has worked with clients in Europe, South Africa, North America and Australia. He has led transformation projects for large organizations across retail, consumer products, industrial markets, life sciences, health, telecommunications and mining. Prior to joining KPMG, Henry held senior supply chain management positions with Cisco and Rockwell Automation and consulted with boutique advisory firms within supply chain and logistics.