presents...
23rd EASTLOG Congress, September, 17-18/09 2020

Program

Logistic trends
Joint Program
17. 9. 2020
AUTOLOG
17. 9. 2020
ESHOPLOG
17. 9. 2020
ITLOG
17. 9. 2020
RETAILOG
17. 9. 2020
2nd Day
18. 9. 2020
8:00 – 9:00

Registration

9:00 – 12:00

Joint morning program

Opening words

Jeffrey Osterroth, ATOZ Group
Petr Neckař, ATOZ Group

Inspirational opening presentation

Thriving in the Digital Age: The Need for a Copernican Business Revolution

In this visually rich presentation based on the content of his new book ‘Transition Point’, Sean A. Culey discusses how a new wave of disruptive technologies is fundamentally changing nearly every aspect of the end-to-end Supply Chain, including the relationship between customer and company. He will present a glimpse into the very near future where a ‘triple whammy’ of automation will result in a Value Chain that is fully automated, personalised and local.

Using videos and innovative presentation tools he will outline the nature of the changes, from demand capture to manufacture and fulfilment, and discuss ways companies can adapt to take advantage of the opportunities they provide.

Inspiration at the start of the congress is brought to you by

Sean A. Culey
10:30 – 11:00

Morning coffee break

Morning panel discussion

ACCELERATION. Customers are demanding it, the ever-growing economy is fueling it, and technological advances are enabling it. But what about logistics processes? Are they able to handle the never-ending demand for faster services and cheaper prices? And what about us and our co-workers? Are we as humans able to keep up the tempo and deliver the expectations of our customers and the consumers? Or are we in a race whose pace we cannot maintain and which will lead to self-destruction? Those questions and more will be tackled by the leaders of the logistics industry in the morning panel discussion.

Speaker 5
Speaker 4
Speaker 3
Speaker 2
Speaker 1
12:00 – 13:30

Lunch & BizLOG

13:30 – 16:00

Afternoon workshops

Retailog

RETAIL REQUIRES EFFECTIVE LOGISTICS

Workshop prepared in cooperation with the Confederation of Trade and Tourism focused on logistics for retail – both bricks & mortar stores and e-commerce and FMCGs.

E-shoplog

E-SHOP LOGISTICS ISSUES

Afternoon workshop on the most important aspects of e-commerce logistics, especially internal warehouse operations, distribution and information technology.

ITlog

USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN LOGISTICS

Workshop focused on the use of IT in logistics. Advances in RFID use. Informational logistics. New solutions in voice-picking. Practical uses of data. Robots in logistics…

For more information about ITlog, click on the tab at the top of the program.

Autolog

AUTOMOTIVE AS A KEY PART OF LOGISTICS

Automotive is a major customer for the entire logistics sector. What are its specifi cs? What are its demands? What can we offer it?

16:00 – 16:30

Afternoon coffee break

16:30 – 18:00

Joint afternoon program

Inspiring presentation at the end

Sustaining our sustainabilities

Tomáš Sedláček

Afternoon panel discussion

Is sustainability sustainable?

Ecological sustainability versus economic sustainability. Pressures on sustainability are growing. Now the economic situation is still relatively favorable, we can afford to be ecological, but once economic problems come, what happens? Ecology also affects marketing, ecology “sells”. Who is pushing us into ecology? Ecology also has an impact on human resources – employees often want to work for companies that behave environmentally. Ecology also affects logistics. Ecological warehouses are being built. Is it worth investing in them? What do warehousing firms do to make warehouses environmentally friendly? What does an investment depend on in this context and what is its return? And will we be able to afford to invest in green warehouses when the next crisis comes? Transport is also closely related to this topic. We want to be environmentally friendly in transport, but the cost of doing so is growing because of more expensive technologies. Will customers already bear the cost to subsidize the environment? What do new technologies and artificial intelligence really mean in this respect? Which eco-technology pays off and to what extent? What does efficiency depend on? Who should pay for ecology? In particular, these key questions will be answered by a panel discussion on “Is sustainability sustainable?”.

Speaker 5
Speaker 4
Speaker 3
Speaker 2
Speaker 1
18:30 – 23:00

LOGISTICS BUSINESS MIXER

AUTOLOG Presentation 5

To be announced soon.

Speaker 5

AUTOLOG

AUTOLOG Presentation 1

To be announced soon.

Speaker 1

AUTOLOG Presentation 2

To be announced soon.

Speaker 2

AUTOLOG Presentation 3

To be announced soon.

Speaker 3

AUTOLOG Presentation 4

To be announced soon.

Speaker 4

E-SHOPLOG

E-SHOPLOG Presentation 1

To be announced soon.

Speaker 1

E-SHOPLOG Presentation 2

To be announced soon.

Speaker 2

E-SHOPLOG Presentation 3

To be announced soon.

Speaker 3

E-SHOPLOG Presentation 4

To be announced soon.

Speaker 4

E-SHOPLOG Presentation 5

To be announced soon.

Speaker 5

ITlog presentation 1

To be announced soon.

Speaker 1

ITlog presentation 2

To be announced soon.

Speaker 2

ITlog presentation 3

To be announced soon.

Speaker 3

ITlog presentation 4

To be announced soon.

Speaker 4

ITLog presentation 5

To be announced soon.

Speaker 5

ITLOG

USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN LOGISTICS

Workshop focused on the use of IT in logistics. Advances in RFID use. Informational logistics. New solutions in voice-picking. Practical uses of data. Robots in logistics…

RETAILOG

RETAILOG Presentation 1

To be announced soon.

Speaker 1

RETAILOG Presentation 2

To be announced soon.

Speaker 2

RETAILOG Presentation 3

To be announced soon.

Speaker 3

RETAILOG Presentation 4

To be announced soon.

Speaker 4

RETAILOG Presentation 5

To be announced soon.

Speaker 5

SEELOG

The aim of this program part is to introduce “logistics in practice” and to provide information about interesting projects directly from managers of important logistics centers in the Czech Republic. It is a unique opportunity to get to know the latest operating systems and trends in storage, supply chain management and on-site distribution.