Das Logistikforum für die EMA-Region

Programm

29th November 2011


9:30h Reception
10:00h Welcome addresses

  • Heinz W. Dickmann, Deputy Director, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce
  • Prof. Dr. Horst H. Siedentopf, President of the EMA
     
Opening speech
  • Birgitta Worringen, Head of the Subsection of Transport and Research of the Federal Ministry of Transport,
    Building and Urban Development
10:30h Panel I: Current challenges and perspectives in the logistics sector
Chair: Reinhard Wind, Managing Director, Gutenberg Publishing FZ-LLC
  • Turkey as a Logistic Hub
    Kosta Sandalci, Chief Executive Officer, Balnak Logistics AS and President of Association of International Freight Forwarders

  • Logistics in the UAE – Logistic Hub in the Middle East
    Adil Al Zarooni, SVP Commercial Sales, JAFZA Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority

  • Challenges and Perspectives for Logistics in North Africa
    Rüdiger Erb, Sales-Organisation European Logistics, Tradelane Manager Maghreb/Turkey, Dachser GmbH & Co. KG

  • Potential of Morocco’s Logistic: Logistic plan, centers and Port Tanger-Med
    Rachid Eddouks, Director, Moroccan Agency for Investment and Development AMDI

  • Certificates of Conformity for Algeria, KSA, Kuwait and Qatar
    Irina Baerenwald, Manager Germany, Intertek Government and Trade Services

  • Recent Port Projects in the EMA Region
    Dr. Martin Schramm, Partner, HPC Hamburg Port Consulting

12:00h Discussion Panel I
12:30h Lunch
 
13:30h Panel II: Green Logistics
Chair: Sweelin Heuss, Communications Consultant and Member of the „Working Group on Sustainability in
Logistics“ of the Logistics Initiative Hamburg
  • Hamburg – Green Logistics Capital
    Werner Gliem, Cluster Manager and Managing Director, Logistics Initiative Hamburg

  • Environmental Aspects of the Port of Hamburg
    Axel Mattern, Board Member, Port of Hamburg Marketing

  • Green Logistics in Jordan
    Dr. Loay Salhieh, Assistent Professor of Industrial Engineering, German Jordan University

  • Basics of indirect Taxation in Europe and the Arabian Countries
    Nicole Stumm, Manager Indirect Taxes, PricewaterhouseCoopers AG

14.30h Discussion Panel II
15: 00h Coffee Break
 
15:30h Panel III: Security in transport
Chair: Werner Gliem, Cluster Manager and Managing Director, Logistics Initiative Hamburg
  • Security in Transport, Compliance and Customs Procedure
    Hans-Peter Grage, Logistics’ Customs and Compliance Manager, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics GmbH & Co. KG and Member of the Working Group “Supply Chain Compliance“ of the Logistics Initiative Hamburg

  • Security Policy and its Implications for Logistical Service Providers
    Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thorsten Blecker, Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, Hamburg, University of Technology (TUHH), Head of the Working Group “Supply Chain Compliance“ of the Logistics Initiative Hamburg

  • Legal Framework regarding the Structuring of Local Presence
    Dr. Stephan Jäger, Partner, Amereller Rechtsanwälte

  • Libya: Perspectives in Transport
    Henning Schnaars, Director, Carl Ungewitter Trinidad Lake Asphalt GmbH & CO. KG

16.30h Discussion Panel III
17:00h Concluding Remarks and End of the Event
 
Special Framework Programme Day I:
19:00h Exclusive Roundtable at Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg
 


30th November 2011


Special Framework Programme Day II:

10:00h Field Trip: Hamburg Airport
  • Exclusive look behind the scenes with special focus on logistic and environmental aspects: Find out how research projects are transformed into reality (Airport Model Exhibition and Tour on the Airport grounds) – Special Direction: Udo Bradersen, Representative for Environmental Management, Hamburg Airport
13:00h Lunch at the Top Deck Mövenpick, Hamburg Airport

 
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