Multimodal 2012 - Briefing Theatre Presentations

Trade Extensions hosted a series of industry briefings during Multimodal 2012 and the individual presentations can be downloaded below.

Alternatively, all the presentations can be downloaded 'here' (15 Mb).

Day 1 - Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Heriot-Watt University
Dr Andrew Palmer From CO2 to CO3 - DOWNLOAD
The results from CO3 – a European Commission sponsored project encouraging closer cooperation through collaboration.

Trade Extensions
Garry Mansell Sourcing Optimisation – Extracting Value from Complexity DOWNLOAD
How modern technology improves sourcing of complex categories such as logistics by allowing the market to demonstrate the best available solutions. He will explain how to extract the real value from your buying process and achieve exceptional results.

Day 2 - Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Mars, Incorporated
Peter-Paul Mulder Keeping Your Transport Contracts Current - DOWNLOAD
How Mars is using the latest techniques to ensure a consistent approach, not only at tender time but also as routes and volumes change during the contract period.

Labyrinth Logistics Consulting
Jo Godsmark The Connected Carrier - DOWNLOAD
Integrating and exchanging data is fundamental to transport collaboration and outsourcing. Jo Godsmark's presentation explains what a modern carrier should be providing to its customers in this area and what benefits their customers should expect to receive.

Philip Damas Container Shipping - DOWNLOAD
With extreme volatility returning to the deep-sea container shipping market, this presentation identifies the current trends in shipper-carrier contracts.

Day 3 - Thursday, 4 May 2012

Trade Extensions
Joe Critchley E-sourcing and Better Buying - DOWNLOAD 
What is really meant by sourcing and what are the objectives that buyers have when they launch a sourcing process? These are just two of the questions be answered in this presentation. It also presents a summary of the tools available today and shows you to keep up to date with the latest developments and technology.