Five international speakers


Five international speakers
Philippe Guillaume

Five international speakers from leading international companies will give their perspectives on a range of innovative supply chain concepts, which can help your company survive the global economic slowdown and emerge stronger.

Philippe Guillaume – Executive Partner IBM – Global Business Services Automotive, Benelux. Has several degrees and diplomas in engineering, operations management and business management from Belgian Universities. Started with IBM in 1983 as Systems Engineer. Left IBM to develop career with several automotive related companies. Joined IBM again in 1997 as Head of the Industrial Sector Belgium. From 2004 headed the IBM Benelux Automotive Consulting business unit. Board Memeber since 2006 of FEBIAC, the Belgian Automotive Supplier Federation.


Bart Lammers – Senior Logistics Consultant at TNO in Delft. Bart graduated as a business economist with a specialization in logistics at the Vrij University in Amsterdam. Bart began his career at SCA Hygiene Products in a logistic function. After working for EVO as policy adviser logistics and supply chain management. TNO and initiator and co-author of the book "Risk Management and Logistics, Your Organisation against a rough?"




Jan van Doremalen – Jan has a degree in mathematics from the Eindhoven University of Technology and started his career with research and teaching in mathematics. In 1986 he started working for CQM, at that time still a staff-department at Philips Electronics Company, working on application of operations research and econometrical models in decision making on forecasting, inventory management and supply chain planning. In 1993 a management buy-out made CQM into an independent consulting company. The company works for clients in the entire supply chain in strategic and tactical projects in which analytical and mathematical model are used to support decision making.


Fritz Philipps –  Director for Supply Chain Solutions in Deutsche Bank’s Global Transaction Banking division. Working closely with high-profile clients of the firm, as well as with internal business partners, he contributes to promoting and enhancing Deutsche Bank’s Supply Chain Solutions portfolio.

Previous assignments within Deutsche Bank included a lengthy stint in Relationship Management for Large Corporates, as well as multiple front-office roles in Deutsche’s Corporate Cash Management business. Fritz is an alumnus of IEP Paris (Science-Po) and of City University London. He lives in Frankfurt, Germany, with his wife and two daughters.


Frank Hofstee – Frank has degrees from the Transport Academy and from Eindhoven university of Technology (The Netherlands). He has over 16 years of experience within the logistics sector, starting as a Lieutenant Logistics in the Dutch Army, and afterwards working for companies such as Intexo, FedEX, UPS and DHL. Throughout his career, Frank developed a number of supply chain concepts for large multinational clients with the objective of achieving quicker throughput times and lower total cost of ownership in the supply chain. Off shoring, outsourcing processes and strategic partnering within the sector was key in all of these projects. At DHL, Frank is responsible in the region of EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) for the entire spare parts network of the company, spanning 62 countries and more than 40 clients.

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