Date(s) - 12/03/2019
5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
WeWork Hanse Forum
Logistics, blockchain, and smart contracts are all important for the supply chain management of the future. This Disrupt meetup discusses blockchain solutions for Logistics and how the unique attributes of blockchain could help and make tracking shipments and streamlining operations easier? We will take a look at few examples of blockchain already impacting supply chains and simplifying the complexity and addressing the lack of transparency of our current supply chains.
Join our Disrupt meetup of the Logistics on the Blockchain in Hamburg. It aims at bringing together blockchain enthusiastic enterprises, governmental bodies, and individuals that want to get to know the technology, as well as understand how it can be used and applied.
Blockchain for Supply Chains – Game Changer or Not?
(1) Ilona Schukina, Regional Operational Key Account Manager, Panalpina
Ilona jokingly claims to have family DNA in logistics, with over 10 years of hands-on experience. Currently she work at the top-5 freight forwarder Panalpina AG as a supply chain solutions operations manager for global key accounts. She loves tech, and has since 2016 been actively researching how blockchain technology can revolutionize her favorite world of transportation.
(2) Tony Oehm, Business Development, AZHOS
AZHOS is specialized in developing enterprise focused blockchain solutions to automate supply chain management for the chemical industry.
Tony joined AZHOS over a half year ago and is responsible for the business development and the coordination of the projects.
17:00h – 17:30h: Entrance
17:30h – 17:40h: Introduction
17:40h – 17:55h: Using Blockchain & Internet-of-Things in Supply Chain Traceability
17:55h – 18:05h: Discussion and Q&A
18:05h – 18:25h: Break
18:25h – 18:40h: How Tokenized e-Money Will Transform the Future of Supply Chain Management
18:40h – 18:50h: Discussion and Q&A
18:50h – 20:30h: Get together
DATE AND VENUE
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 17:00h – 20:30h
Venue: WeWork Hanse Forum, Axel-Springer-Platz 3, 20355 Hamburg