22 October 2020

In conversation with business leaders in Asia: Supply chain resiliency in industrials sector

Gain insights from business leaders in the industrials sector on how they have navigated challenges in the supply chains, and how they expect supply chain to evolve.

Against the backdrop of the global pandemic, HSBC and Deloitte Consulting hosted a series of three virtual roundtables to understand how supply chains have been affected across different industries and how they might evolve going forward:

  • Part 1: Consumer and retail
  • Part 2: Industrials
  • Part 3: Shipping and logistics

In this second of a three-part series, hear from business leaders in the industrials sector as they discuss the challenges faced as well as insights on how they are navigating the new normal.

The Panel

Arne Schulz
Chief Finance Officer
TGOOD Global

 

 

 

 

Manu Taneja
Regional Treasurer,
General Electric

 

 

 

 

Mathias Puetz
Vice President,
Purchasing & Supplier Management Asia Pacific,
Schaeffler

 

 

 

 

Andrey Berdichevskiy (Facilitator)
Lead, Global Future of Mobility Solution Centre,
Deloitte Singapore

 

 

 

 

Joshia Tan (Moderator)
Head of Sales, Global Banking,
Global Trade and Receivables Finance,
HSBC Singapore

Discussion Highlights

00:00 – Introductions by HSBC and Deloitte

03:07 - Understanding the supply chain impact

13:50 - Leveraging technology to future proof supply chains

23:00 - Role of sustainability

32:05 - Future of mobility

45:30 - What actions should business leaders take now to prepare for the post Covid-19 world

Watch Next

Supply chain resiliency in consumer and retail

In the first of the three-part series, we take a look at how business leaders from the consumer and retail sector - Fonterra, Kimberly-Clark and Cargill - have navigated the supply chain challenges in their industry, and the future trends they are anticipating.

Supply chain resiliency in shipping and logistics

In the final of a three-part series, shipping and logistics industry leaders from DHL Supply Chain, Ocean Network Express and Wilhelmsen Ships Service, discuss how they’ve navigated challenges in supply chains, and the future impact of Covid-19.

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