About the Forum

Prepare yourself for the imminent disruption and digital transformation in supply chain with AI, machine learning, blockchain, collaborative robotics, advanced analytics, drone delivery and disruptive innovations in 3D Printing and last mile delivery,   join us at Clariden’s 2nd Supply Chain Logistics Digital Transformation and Disruptive Innovation Forum in Melbourne, Australia from 18th – 20th September 2018. This conference brings together senior supply chain logistics industry leaders, influential technologists, and directors from all over the region, for a high profile gathering of refreshing, new thought leadership and collaborative discussion the game changing impact of digital transformation and disruptive innovation in supply chain and logistics management.

With successful and market-leading case studies from Catch Group, Australia Post, Ricoh, Telstra, Richoh, Australian Logistics Council, DB Schenker, Coles Supermarkets and more, you will discover how to develop the next generation data-driven digital supply chain.

Why You Must Join Us At This Forum

6 Game Changing Takeaways From Attending The Forum:

  1. Stay ahead of the technology curve and prepare yoursupply chain logistics for the imminent disruption
  2. Discover how advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning will optimize and future proof your supply chain logistics operations
  3. Empower your next generation supply chain with big data analytics, IoTs, blockchain, collaborative robotics, smart warehouses, and more
  4. Hear the latest developments on last mile innovations including updates on drone delivery,
    delivery robots and crowdsourcing platforms
  5. Understand how 3D Printing, Industry 4.0, Blockchain will have a transformative and game
    changing impact on industry players
  6. Hear over 15 innovative case studies from Australia Post, Coles, Schneker, Catch of the Day, Telstra,
    Victorian Ports, Ricoh and more

The Forum at a Glance

DAY 1: TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER 2018

FORUM

  • Digital Supply Chain of the Future: Revolutionizing Supply Chain Logistics with AI, Blockchain, Driverless and IoTs
  • How 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Will Have a Disruptive Impact on Global Supply Chain Logistics
  • How Blockchain WIll Improve Trust, Operational Efficiency and Security in Global Supply Chain and
    Trade
  • Reducing Supply Chain Forecasting Error and Improve Demand Planning with AI and Machine Learning
  • Inventory Case Study: How to Leverages Machine Learning to Optimize Inventory, Improve Service Levels and Increase Inventory Turns
  • Chief Supply Chain Officer Panel: Disruptive Innovations in Last Mile Delivery – Crowdsourcing Apps, Drones and Delivery Robots

CHAMPAGNE NETWORKING SESSION

Enjoy a perfect glass of champagne, build exclusive networks and exchange powerful insights with delegates.


DAY 2: WEDNESDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER 2018

FORUM

  • Automation and Collaborative Robotics in Digital Warehouse of the Future
  • Improving Visibility and Supply Chain Efficiencies With IoTs
  • Exploiting Blockchain’s Full Potential With Industry Alliances: Adding Greater Transparency, Visibility
    and Efficiency Across the Entire Supply Chain
  • How Autonomous Trucks and Truck Platooning Will Cut Delivery Costs & Make Supply Chain Logistics
    More Efficient
  • Supply Chain Network Design Excellence: Secrets of Success for Coles
  • Transforming Smart Picking, Packing and Efficiency with Next Wave of Vision Picking Smart Glasses

DAY 3: THURSDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER 2018

SITE TOUR A: Robotics and Automated Warehouse of the Future

SITE TOUR B: Autonomous Trucks and Vehicles Site Tour

Companies Expected at the Forum

  • Australian Logistics Council
  • Australia Post
  • Australia Road Research Board
  • BP
  • Catch Group
  • Coles Supermarkets
  • Cotton On Group
  • DHL
  • Engistics
  • GM International
  • GoGet
  • Huawei
  • Hubbed
  • IKEA
  • Monash University
  • Peloris Global Sourcing
  • Ricoh Australia
  • Schenker
  • Sendle
  • Swinburne Business School
  • Sydney Water
  • TBsx3
  • Telstra
  • Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne)