TRACC Shanghai Summit, 22-25 April 2014

More than 130 key decision-makers from over 50 companies attended the 2014 TRACC Shanghai Summit. Attendees from AkzoNobel, Apple, American Chamber of Commerce, Behr, Bright Food, Coca-Cola, DSM, Heinz, Swire, Syngenta and many more learned how World Class Operations are driving manufacturing and supply chain competitiveness.

The Summit imparted visionary thinking, thought leadership, and best practice implementation case studies – delivered by leaders from Hunan COFCO, Faithful+Gould, and Coca-Cola Bottler Manufacturing Holding Co., Ltd. Hitachi Consulting’s Lu Bing presented a thought-provoking account of the continued economic growth and sustainable urbanisation of China, which proved an event highlight. Delegates also enjoyed an engaging panel discussion on leadership’s role in supporting the World Class Organisation and a luxury networking cruise along the Pudong River.

Speakers

Will China Succeed where Others have Failed?
Lu Bing
Lu Bing , Vice President, Greater China Chief Operation Officer , Hitachi Consulting

Lu Bing discusses the continued economic growth and sustainable urbanisation of China, and its likelihood to succeed in areas where others have failed.

Hunan COFCO’s Journey to Excellence
Shen Peng
Shen Peng , Supply Chain Director , Hunan COFCO

Shen Peng discusses the steps taken by Hunan COFCO on their journey to achieving Operational Excellence.


Inspiring Leadership in World Class Operations
Grace Zhang
Grace Zhang , Human Resources Director , Coca-Cola Bottler Manufacturing Holding Co., Ltd.

Grace Zhang demonstrates how to inspire leadership to facilitate World Class Operations in the organisation.

The Business Case for Sustainability
Sean Lockie
Sean Lockie , Director and Head of Sustainability , Faithful+Gould

Sean Lockie presents the business case for sustainability as a means to increase productivity and reduce running costs.


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