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Synopsis

Reduction of CO2 emissions and attaining a “dual carbon” target are popular topics that have been heavily discussed in recent years. Different countries have established their commitment to achieving “dual carbon” goals. Given such commitments, various governments have started to establish policies and procedures to guide their respective countries and markets to switch to clean energy and environmentally-friendly resources and to reduce waste.

At the same time, for many companies, sustainability and social responsibility are integral aspects of their corporate mission. These companies now have a clearer and more committed CO2 emission target and implementation timeline as per the announced policy or guidance from the government.  

Supply chains are a key contributor to CO2 emissions and concern a multitude of stakeholders, extending from transportation, and warehousing, to production, etc. Therefore, it is imperative to examine supply chains collectively from end-to-end in order to achieve the company’s CO2 emission target, as well as to chart out a global “dual carbon” roadmap.

We are inviting you to join us for this webinar which brings together experts from various fields within the supply chain industry to provide astute perspectives on “dual carbon” targets and its influence on their organisations. The webinar will also explore key industry methods, insights and challenges in greening supply chains.

 

Programme

4.15 pm    Webinar Room Opens
4.30 pm    Welcome Remarks & Housekeeping by EuroCham
4.35 pm    Opening Remarks by Mr Prateek Jain, Chair of EuroCham Supply Chain Committee; and Head of Nutrition and H&W Business – International Markets at Unilever
4.40 pm    Speaker Presentations 
– Mr David Guo (Singa Supply Chain)
5.25 pm    Moderated Panel Discussion and Live Q&A by Mr Vasant Chaudhry (BearingPoint)
5.55 pm    Closing Remarks by Ms Haiyan Liu, Co-Chair of EuroCham Supply Chain Committee; and Head of Supply Chain Management at Novartis
6.00 pm    End of Event

 


 

Speaker

 

Mr David Guo 
Co-Founder & CEO
Singa Supply Chain

David Guo has been working in supply chain function for more than 20 years – in APAC and in Europe – covering global, regional and country levels. Supply chain sustainability has always been a key target for David, and to run the flat world with a green footprint is a vision of his company, Singa.

Headquartered in Singapore, Singa is a professional medical cold chain packaging R&D, production supply and recycling solution service provider established and operated in accordance with international standards.

 


 

Moderator

 

Mr Vasant Chaudhry
Head of Management Consulting, Singapore
BearingPoint

Vasant Chaudhry is the head of the consulting practice at BearingPoint Singapore. He has over 17 years of experience in advising clients in the Asia Pacific region, specialising in the area of operational transformation, digitization, and sustainability. Lately, Vasant has closely collaborated with WWF Singapore on Palm oil supply chain traceability and sustainable finance.

 


Opening Remarks

Prateek Jain
Head of Nutrition and H&W Business – International Markets
Unilever

Prateek is an experienced Supply Chain Professional with over 24 years across various functions and geographies including the Americas, Middle East & Africa, Europe and the Asia Pacific. Before joining Unilever to head the Nutrition and H&W Business for International Markets, he headed the Global Supply Chain for Nutrition, VMS and Digestive Health Category with GSK Consumer. Prateek is passionate about Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma and has been the Master Trainer for GSK who has trained and certified several Black Belts and Master Black Belts. Prateek likes Indian Classical music and playing Mohan Veena to connect with himself.

 

Closing Remarks

Haiyan Liu
Head Supply Chain Management
Novartis

Over 20 years of experience in SCM management across different multinational pharmaceutical companies, with comprehensive SCM knowledge extending from upstream of supply management to downstream of FG channel distribution. Good communication, cooperation and stakeholder management skills to collaborate with cross-functional enabling balanced benefit and reaching consensus to achieve business target. High commitment and result-driven. Strong leadership and capability to build up a high-performance team.High agility in a dynamic and ambiguous environment.Joined Novartis in 2016 and led the team to drive continuous improvement initiatives and pursue
SCM excellence.
‐ Sustain class A status by site and team successfully NOSCEE certified (3 consecutive years)

  • Sustain a high level of customer service level business goals
  • Strengthen SO&P process to ensure a single valid plan which balances supply and financial
  • Improved SCM efficiency on throughput time reduction and inventory reduction

As a member of the global SCM network, lead the local cross-functional team to contribute to transportation cost savings which include local initiatives‐Air to Sea for DP shipment from SG to all receiving sites globally, global project direct shipment of DP from SG to all receiving sites globally and direct shipment of Metformin from the vendor to SG.

 


 

Student tickets are available for this event.

Students from partnering universities are invited to join, free of charge. Partnering universities; NUS, NTU, SMU, EDHEC, ESSEC, IMD & INSEAD.
There are limited student tickets available and are subject to correct registration details. 

  • Please sign up with your university-issued email address
  • Enter your institution under “company”
  • Enter your major/ programme under “designation” 
  • Select “Complimentary Student Ticket”

 

Registration Guidelines –

Please follow these simple steps for easy registration to our webinar.

Step 1: Register below. You will receive a registration confirmation email from EuroCham once it has been approved.

Step 2: Prior to the event, a Zoom link will be sent 24 hours before the event, provided payment has been received. Please watch out for this second email, it may be in your spam folder. 

Step 3: Using the link provided in the second email, click on the link 15 minutes prior to the start of the event. 

Step 4: We will only admit attendees whose Zoom profiles match their registration names, so please make sure that your Zoom profile corresponds with your registration name. 

Thank you for your understanding.

Kindly note that there are limited seats available. The organisers reserve the right to change the programme content without giving prior notification or any reasons thereof.