Aluminum manufacturer Novelis faced an intriguing business challenge: how do you provide a continuous supply of aluminum to support production of a highly-anticipated pickup truck at plants located hundreds of miles away -- all while ensuring safety and sustainability, optimizing capital investment, and providing efficiency, flexibility and visibility into shipments?
Penske Logistics will serve as a major sponsor and offer its panel expertise at this year’s Automotive Logistics Global Conference, taking place at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, September 22 to September 24.
Tim Flucht, one of the company’s most successful strategic account executives, will appear at Session 2B: Material Flows, where he will join representatives from Magna Powertrain, CHEP Automotive & Industrial Solutions and General Motors to discuss best practices for eliminating waste in the auto sector.
During the last day of the2014 Automotive Logistics Global Conference at the MGM Grand in Detroit there were multiple sessions about the impact of Mexico’s economic growth. A Penske Logistics senior leader appeared on one panel, while another session saw a presentation from the governor of the Mexican state of Guanajuato.
The first full day of the 2014Automotive Logistics Global Conference in Detroit brought together car makers, their suppliers and third-party logistics providers to discuss a host of impactful issues. Informative panels filled with experts highlighted the importance of the supply chain, the necessity of Just-in-Time production practices and the ability of 3PLs like Penske Logistics to work with a car manufacturer’s myriad roster of suppliers to bring completed vehicles to the consumer.
is once again among the major gold sponsors of the Automotive Logistics Global Conference taking place September 24-26, 2013 at the MGM Grand Hotel in Detroit. This year’s conference theme is: Made in America - Re-shoring, Mexico and the opportunities within tomorrow’s supply chain.
Penske Logistics Executive Joins Panel