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Increasing visibility & using smart tools more effectively to give your supply chain the competitive edge

Wacker Chemie and Ocean Insights are leading a free and exclusive LogiChem webinar conducted by Nick Savvides, Managing Editor of Container News.

They will deep dive into how to increase visibility and use smart tools more effectively to give your supply chain a competitive edge.

Participants in this interactive event will learn from first hand experience on:

  • What are the major pain points and bottlenecks the industry is facing.
  • How to effectively use smart tools in the current uncertain climate.
  • How to use technology to generate value to both - businesses and customers.
  • How key pain points can be addressed with visibility tools.
  • How to integrate smart tools into existing business systems and infrastructure.

Click here to register for this free webinar

Daniela Huber
Daniela Huber
Senior Consultant Logistics
Wacker Chemie AG

Daniela joined WACKER in 2004 for her bachelor’s degree together with the University of Co-operative Education in Heidenheim. After completing her university program in 2007, she worked as an e-business manager, driving the roll-out of integrated and web-based solutions for WACKER’s customers. So naturally, the increase of visibility for shipments to customers became the focus of her work when she joined the Logistics team in 2015. Since then she is a project manager for the WACKER Logistics Control Tower that integrates various systems to provide visibility and pro-active alerting along the logistics process chain.

Nick Savvides
Nick Savvides
Managing Editor
Container News

Nick Joined Container News on 1 January 2020 following a 30-year career in maritime journalism has included working for some of the major publications in the industry, including Seatrade in Athens, Greece, International Freighting Weekly, Containerisation International’s online news service, ci-online, The Naval Architect and Fairplay. Working mainly as a written news journalist Nick has also produced radio and TV pieces and, while working as a freelance in the early part of his career was published in national and international daily publications, such as The Guardian, The Daily Express, The Observer, The Independent and The New York Times.

Maximilian Weigelt
Maximilian Weigelt
Business Development Director DACH
Ocean Insights GmbH

Max joined Ocean Insights in 2019 and has been using his hands-on SaaS sales experience to push the digitalisation of logistics, globally. He boasts a strong track record of helping startups capture their desired markets and is adept at the independent and sustainable development of customers. He systematically works towards capturing key markets and new customers. Max is driven by the need to close the gap in visibility of container sea freight, which is the overall focus of his work. Max has done an apprenticeship as a banker and has a bachelor’s degree in financial management.

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