Free anyLogistix Seminar in Bangkok

Date and time: March 5, 2018, 8.30 am — 12.00 pm

City: Bangkok, Thailand

Venue: Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21, 2 Sukhumvit Soi 19 (Wattana), Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok (map)

Organizers: Transportation Institute, Chulalongkorn University, The Logistics Institute - Asia Pacific, National University of Singapore, The AnyLogic Company


About the seminar


When managing operational risks and increasing network efficiency, multinational companies are looking for ways to digitize supply chains. Digital twins help track performance metrics across the networks and make supply chains more transparent. Digitization would also help executives test various transportation scenarios, allowing for informed decision-making and complying supply chains with international standards. Achieving that goal requires standardized software, which would employ mathematical optimization approaches and advanced simulation techniques to analyze your supply chain and tackle the challenges. Seminar speakers will discuss some of the current techniques for optimizing the performance of supply chain networks and demonstrate case studies for supply chain design and analysis.

seminar agenda

    • 8.30 am — Registration
    • 9.00 am — TLIAP and Chulalongkorn University: Welcome Remarks
    • 9.20 am — Logistics Situation in Thailand
    • 9.40 am — Chulalongkorn University: Logistics Solution by TRI-CU
    • 10.00 am — Tea Break
    • 10.20 am — The AnyLogic Company: Supply Chain Design, Optimization and Simulation Techniques
      • Introduction to anyLogistix
      • Supply Chain Optimization: supply chain structure and master planning
      • Supply Chain Implementation: capacity of the facilities, service level examination, safety stock estimation
      • Supply Chain Analysis: service level alteration and risk analysis
      • Business Case studies
    • 12.00 pm — End of Session

Registration

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