FEDA will address this Friday the keys to logistics management after the pandemic with a breakfast at its headquarters – Albacete News

The Confederation of Entrepreneurs of Albacete (FEDA) will celebrate this Friday, April 1, at its headquarters the first dynamic breakfast in which it will address the ‘Keys to logistics management after the pandemic’, a meeting that will be led by the project manager in consulting, Tomás Martínez, who also participates in different projects to improve operations in companies in the chemical and furniture sectors.

He is currently Director of Operations for the Pikolinos Group and, as such, has developed and manages the company’s supply chain, optimizing productivity and costs. He teaches Operations Management and Supply Chain classes at the Business, Business and Management School (EDEM), at the FEDA Business School, at Fundesem, at the Miguel Hernández University (UMH) and at the Association for the Development of Logistics (ADL), as reported by FEDA in a press release.

“This day is part of the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environment (VUCA) in which we live and that has to do with the pandemic, the stability of Europe and the war in Ukraine”, they have highlighted from the Albacete business confederation, which warns that companies currently face a great challenge aimed at a new way of doing things and lowering costs, so that this dynamic breakfast will address important issues in this context.

Thus, supply risks will be discussed, focusing the conversation on how to avoid the dreaded disruption of the supply chain; the increase in the costs of transport and raw materials, emphasizing the impacts on the business and palliative measures; or the logistical challenges of E-commerce, dealing with omnichannel, unit picking, the integration of carriers and the last mile, reverse logistics and geographical dispersion —stock centralization vs. decentralization—.

The seminar is aimed at the personnel of exporting and importing companies or with international expansion projects and, in particular, those responsible for operations, logistics, purchases, international expansion, general management, as well as any professional directly related to logistics and the supply chain. supply, since now more than ever logistics is one of the engines for reactivating the economy.

This breakfast has the support of important institutions at a European level, such as the Enterprise Europe Network, and at a regional level, such as the Castilla-La Mancha Foreign Promotion Institute (IPEX) and the Regional Confederation of Entrepreneurs of Castilla-La Mancha (Cecam ), in addition to the traditional collaboration of BBVA, together with the Technical Directorate of the Association of Importers and Exporters of Albacete (Adiex).