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Defence Logistics Europe 2011

  1. 1. Book and pay Two Day Conference: 21st-22nd March Half Day Workshop: 23rd March before Venue: The Radisson Edwardian Hotel, 14th January and London Heathrow Airport, London, save up to £250! United Kingdom Keynote Speakers Include: Major General Jeff Mason MBE ACDS Log OpsSupplying and sustaining UK MOD Major General Mark E. McQuillanyour operational success Admiral/Flag Officers 1* CD Commander, CANOSCOM Canadian Ministry of Defence and above Europe’s most operationally focussed logistics go for FREE Air Vice Marshall Margaret Staib, event brings you an all new speaker panel: AM, CSC Commander Joint Logistics > Hear the latest reports about what challenges and opportunities lie ahead for Australian Department of Defence third party logistics including the UK MOD DSCOM, Canada’s CANOSCOM, the Multinational Logistics Coordination Centre in Prague, and the Italian Air Commodore Chris Gardner Force’s Fuel Logistics Division Head of Capability Improvement RN > Examine prime contractor needs in an increasingly cost conscious environment UK MOD including BAE System’s Integrated Supply Chain Division and Boeing’s Chinook Commodore Michael Bath RN Fleet Maintenance Division ACOS J1/J4, PJHQ > Participate in one of two tailored streamed sessions looking at fuel transportation UK MOD including Brigadier General (Ret’d) Chris Blong – Fuel Logistics Expert, former British Army or the delivery of mechanics and spare parts to operational units and UK MOD Centre Speaker on Logistic distribution centres including Dave Robbins – Global VP Aerospace, Servigistics. Operations - Keynote Speaker > Look past the traditional military / industry distinction to join a truly global discussion UK MOD about the future opportunities created by efficiency drives throughout Europe and North America with speakers from UK, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Czech Republic, US and Canada Half Day Workshop: SIMULATION GAMES: LEAN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT – TAKING FORWARD High quality and very SKILLS FROM THE EVENT 23rd March 2011 – 09.00 to 12.30 illuminating. A privilege Workshop Leaders: Mr Martin Green, Director and Mr Keith Bissett, Chairman, Bourton Group to hear them speak. Learning lean improvement techniques. A process with a degree of complexity and variation – Significantly valuable seeing how wrong it can go without it being anybody’s fault. www.defencelogistics.org Previous Delegate - Chief of Staff 104 Logistic Support Brigade, British ArmySponsors Media Partners TEL: +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 FAX: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 EMAIL: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  2. 2. HALF DAY WORKSHOP 23 MARCH 201109.00 to 12.30 HALF DAY WORKSHOPLearning lean improvement techniques. A process with a degree of complexity and variation – seeing how wrong it cango without it being anybody’s fault.TAKING FORWARD SKILLS FROM THE EVENT: CREATING AND MANAGING A LEAN SUPPLY CHAIN - LEARNING LEANIMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES USING A SIMULATION GAME DESIGN ART ADelegates at the workshop will participate in a simple, but powerful simulation exercise that will provide the opportunity to learn about the Lean approach toimprovement and some of the core improvement techniques as well as highlighting the typical challenges and issues associated with managing and PRODUCTION improving cost, CODING Equality and service - even in relatively simple processes and supply chains that have only a small degree of complexity.During the hands-on exercise, each delegate will play their part in enacting a supply chain process from customer requirement through to customer sign-off – withample opportunity for seeing how ‘wrong’ it can go without it being anyone’s ‘fault’. Having been introduced to Lean techniques, delegates will then practice theapplication of Lean concepts and tools to improve the end-to-end process – considering the perspective of both customers and suppliers. DESIGN ART AThe workshop will then move on discuss and reflect on the outcomes and learning from the exercise – considering in more detail the factors that can affect thesuccessful operation of a supply chain and highlight practical strategies and approaches to improve cost, quality and delivery performance. Issues related tomanaging and improving supply chains that involve multiple parties – including outsourcing and strategic partnership relationships - will also be explored. PRODUCTION CODING EWorkshop Leaders Biography The workshop will be facilitated by Martin Green and Keith Bissett of Bourton Group. Between them they have nearly 40 year’s consulting experience across a wide range of sectors – both public and private – including many assignments in the Defence environment. With a particular focus on the generation of sustainable performance improvement, typically based around the application of Lean and Six Sigma principles, they have worked with manufacturing, service and Government! ! organisations including Siemens, National Savings & Investments, Serco, HM Revenue & Customs, Vodafone andmartin.green@bourton.co.uk keith.bissett@bourton.co.uk Vitec Group.In the Defence Sector, within military, civilian and joint organisations, their work to reduce waste, reduce cost and improve output & service has included: advising DESIGN ART Aon change management and deployment, facilitating senior management team workshops, development of new process frameworks, conducting awareness andpractitioner training and leading lean improvement events to deliver substantial benefits. PRODUCTION CODINGMartin and Keith are both passionate exponents and skilled practitioners of the Lean approach with particular experience and insight into issuesaffecting the administrative and operational aspects of complex organisations and supply chains – focussing on the practical leadership, teamworkingand process issues critical to better performance. Specific assignments they have undertaken include: development and implementation of a majorBusiness Process Review programme (British Army Staff); long term Board advisory position (DG Defence Supply Chain – UK); industrial partneringadvice and lean process improvement support (Whole Fleet Management – UK); major process improvement and culture change programme(Defence Aviation Repair Agency/Defence Support Group); lean process improvement implementation (Maritime Change Programme – HMNB Clyde);End-to-End review of Administrative processes (Royal Air Force). Contact us: www.bourton.co.uk Tel: 01926 633333 DESIGN ART AWorkshop Leaders: Mr Martin Green, Director and Mr Keith Bissett, Chairman, Bourton Group PRODUCTION CODING Major General Jeff Mason MBE, ACDS Log Ops, UK MOD Colonel Thilo Buijs, Head of Logistics Policy, Netherlands Ministry of Defence Air Vice Marshal Margaret Staib, AM, CSC, Commander Joint Logistics, Australian Department of Defence Colonel Roman Dufek, Chief of Movement, Transportation DESIGN ART A and Logistics Information Services, Multinational Logistics Major General Mark E. McQuillan, CD Commander, Centre, Czech Ministry of Defence CANOSCOM, Canadian Ministry of Defence PRODUCTION CODING Lieutenant Colonel Thomas B Murphree III, Logistic Corps UK MOD Centre Speaker on Logistic Operations Commander, DLA Troop Support Europe & Africa, US DoD DESIGN ART AUDIO BUSINESS Commodore Chris Gardiner, Head of Capability Improvement Lieutenant Colonel Massimo Cicerone, Logistics Division, RN, UK MOD Italian Air Force PRODUCTION CODING EVOLVE KEYNOTE THE DEN D Commodore Michael Bath RN, ACOS J1/J4 PJHQ, UK MOD Lieutenant Colonel Aniello Galluccio, Logistics Division, Italian Air Force Major General (Retired) Karl-Heinz Münzner, Former General Manager, NAMSA Mr Laszlo Czovek, Energy Specialist, European Defence Agency Brigadier (Retired) Charlie Hobson, Chair and Former Head of Expeditionary Logistic Support Mr Gerhard Rauniak, TPLS Specialist, European Defence Agency Brigadier (Retired) Chris Blong, Former Commander of 104 logistics support Brigade
  3. 3. CONFERENCE DAY ONE 21 MARCH 2011 08.30 Registration and Coffee 09.00 Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Speech Brigadier (Retired) Charlie Hobson, Chair and Former Head of Expeditionary Logistic Support 09.10 KEYNOTE SPEECH – FORGING SECURE STRATEGIC LINES OF SUPPLY – SHOWCASING THE DEFENCE SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONSAUDIO BUSINESS AND MOVEMENTS - DSCOMEVOLVE KEYNOTE THE DEN DEVELOP PANEL UK MOD Centre Keynote Speaker on Logistic Operations 09:50 KEYNOTE SPEECH – THE FUTURE PHILOSOPHY OF GERMAN LOGISTIC SUPPORTAUDIO BUSINESSEVOLVE KEYNOTE THE DEN DEVELOP PANEL include: Major General (Retired) Karl-Heinz Münzner, German Military Academy 10:30 Networking Coffee Break 11.00 KEYNOTE SPEECH – MAJOR GENERAL MCQUILLANAUDIO BUSINESSEVOLVE KEYNOTE THE DEN DEVELOP PANEL Major General Mark E. McQuillan, CD Commander, CANOSCOM, Canadian Ministry of DefenceAUDIO 11.40 KEYNOTE SPEECH - AIR VICE MARSHAL MARGARET STAIB BUSINESSEVOLVE KEYNOTE THE DEN DEVELOP PANEL Air Vice Marshal Margaret Staib, AM, CSC, Commander Joint Logistics, Australian Department of Defence 12:20 Networking Lunch 13.30 KEYNOTE SPEECH - COMMODORE CHRIS GARDINER - PART OF THE UK DEFENCE ACQUISITION REFORM GROUPAUDIO BUSINESSEVOLVE KEYNOTE through life capability management THE DEN DEVELOP PANEL Commodore Chris Gardner, Head of Capability Improvement RN, UK MOD 14.10 DISCUSSION PANEL – STRATEGIC LOGISTIC TRANSFORMATION bringing together the foremost thought leaders on the subject at a time when militaries across Europe and North America are looking at moreDEVELOP PANEL UK MOD KEYNOTE Major General Mark E. McQuillan, CD Commander, CANOSCOM, Canadian Ministry of Defence Major General (Retired) Karl-Heinz Münzner, German Military Academy Air Vice Marshall Margaret Staib, AM, CSC, Commander Joint Logistics, Australian Department of Defence
  4. 4. CONFERENCE DAY ONE 21 MARCH 2011 STREAMING SESSIONS – LOGISTICAL ENERGY SUPPLY & LOGISTICAL VEHICLE / AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENERGY MAINTENANCE 14:50 TRANSPORTING FUEL – MORE THAN THE TANKERS THAT 14:50 INCREASING HIGH VELOCITY MAINTENANCE PLANNING HOLD IT AND EXECUTION BASED ON MISSION PROFILES planning and execution which improve weapon systems through depot maintenance in reduced time Lt. Col. Galluccio, Fuel Logistics, Italian Air Force Dave Robbins, Global VP Aerospace, Commercial Aviation and Defense, Servigistics 15:30 Networking Coffee Break 16:10 FUEL PROVISION – THE REAL CHALLENGES FACED IN THE 16:10 EMBEDDING TECHNICIANS & ROTARY WING MAINTENENCE SUPPORT OF OPERATIONS on operations Netherlands Air Force Speaker Awaiting Clearance Brigadier General (Retired) Chris Blong, Fuel Logistics Expert 16:50 ALTERNATIVE FUEL SOURCES OF THE FUTURE 16:50 IMPROVING FORCE STRUCTURE AND RESOURCES TO IMPROVE LOGISTICAL MAINTENANCE – THE UK CHINOOK FLEET energy sources deployable defence applications Lessons we are constantly learning applications Philip Wingrove, Operations Manager TLCS, Boeing Defence UK Ltd. Laszlo Czovek, Energy Specialist, European Defence Agency 17:30 COORDINATING A EUROPEAN APPROACH TO CONTRACTOR DEPLOYABILITY Mr Gerhard Rauniak, TPLS Specialist, European Defence Agency 18:10 Chairman’s Close CONFERENCE DAY TWO 22 MARCH 2011 08.30 Registration and Coffee 09.00 Chairman’s WelcomeDIO 09.10 KEYNOTE SPEECH – STRATEGIC LOGISTIC PLANNING IN THE UK MINISTRY OF DEFENCE BUSINESS implementedOLVE KEYNOTE THE DEN DEVELOP PANEL Major General Jeff Mason MBE, ACDS Log Ops, UK MODDIO 09.50 KEYNOTE SPEECH – UPGRADING LOGISTICS FROM BACKROOM TO STRATEGIC BOARDROOM FUNCTION – THE SUCCESS STORY BUSINESSOLVE KEYNOTE THE DEN DEVELOP PANEL Commodore Michael Bath RN, ACOS J1/J4, PJHQ, UK MOD
  5. 5. CONFERENCE DAY TWO 22 MARCH 201110.30 Coffee and Networking Break11.00 RAISING THE BAR IN MILITARY LOGISTICS BY INTELLIGENT PLANNING SUPPORT Arjen Heeres, C.O.O., Quintiq11.40 OPTIMISING SUPPLY CHAIN RELATIONSHIPS – LOGISTICS OUTSOURCING IN SUPPORT OF THE WARFIGHTER John Schneider, Sr. Vice President, Aerospace & Government Markets, New Breed Logistics Kenneth A. Shaw, Vice President, Supply Chain Management, Global Services & Support, Boeing12.20 Lunch and Networking13.30 ENHANCING MULTINATIONAL LOGISTICS COOPERATION – THE MULTINATIONAL LOGISITCS COORDINATION CENTRE Colonel Roman Dufek, Chief of Movement and Transportation and Logistics Information Services, Mulitnational Logistics Centre, Czech Ministry of Defence14.10 DEVELOPMENT & INTEGRATION OF THE EXTENDED SUPPLY CHAIN Nigel Trundle, Head of Supply Chain Integration, BAE Systems14.50 SECURE JOINT WORKING – CAN ALLIES SPECIALISE AND COOPERATE? – THE NETHERLANDS NICHE? Colonel Thilo Buijs, Head of Logistics Policy, Netherlands Ministry of Defence15.30 Coffee and Networking Break16.00 LONG ON REQUIREMENTS, SHORT OF RESOURCES: A CASE STUDY FOR NATIONAL PARTNERING TO SHARE LOGISTICS CAPABILITIES TO ACHIEVE REQUIRED COST CONSTRAINTS Lieutenant Colonel Thomas B. Murphree III, Logistic Corps Commander, DLA Troop Support Europe & Africa, US DoD16.40 INTERMODALITY OF FUEL TRANSPORTATION Lieutenant Colonel Massimo Cicerone, Logistics Division, Italian Air Force17.20 Closing Remarks
  6. 6. WHO WILL YOU MEET AT DEFENCE LOGISTICS EUROPE 2011?Past Defence Logistics Europe Delegates Include:Industry Military Job Titles Airbus Adviser Project Engineer Analyst/ AdviserAttendees by Country Norway Pakistan Poland Australia Denmark www.defencelogistics.org
  7. 7. SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Three easy ways to get involved SPONSORS 1 Thought Leadership enable you to build your reputation as a market leader in your chosen domain through speaking sessions and subject 2 Branding tailored web coverage 3 Featured Networking Events For sponsorship or exhibition opportunities contact Thomas Noszczak directly on +44(0)207 368 9500, email sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk or visit www.defencelogistics.org to discuss the right package for you. SponsorsThe breadth and depth of the SAP and Oracle-certified New Breed Logistics is a privately-held third party logistics Quintiq provides the most advanced planning, schedulingServigistics platform enables Aerospace & Defense provider, offering value-added and information technology- and supply chain optimization software solutions tocompanies to plan their support requirements and focused supply chain solutions for warehousing and significantly improve the main KPI’s of our customers.optimise their global logistics operations to ensure weapon distribution; manufacturing support; spares support; Quintiq is a commercial off-the-shelf software platformsystems and equipment availability based on mission maintenance, repair & overhaul support; service parts designed to provide a 100% fit for any complex planningprofiles. Servigistics’ Service Lifecycle Management logistics, and supply chain consulting. Our reputation for puzzle.(SLM) solutions have been deployed and proven excellence with implementation and operation of large We are used by key logistics operators for handlingglobally by a highly referenceable client base of market- comprehensive programs that transform our clients’ freight (DHL, DB Schenker), 1/3 of the worlds aluminiumleading companies across many industries. In A&D and businesses has earned New Breed a host of industry-leading production (Novelis, Alcoa), 1/3 of the world’s Air Trafficcommercial aviation, these include: Air Canada, Air France, clients that include Boeing, Bombardier, Hamilton-Sundstrand, Operations (USA, Canada, Germany, Poland, Australia).ATR, BAE Systems, Canadian National Defence, Delta, Pratt & Whitney, Sikorsky Aircraft, Navistar Defense, and Quintiq software is used by BAE Systems to enhance theirEmbraer, Eurocopter, GE Aviation, Hamilton Sundstrand, the U.S. Marine Corps. Our infrastructure consists of more offering to the Defence Sector for military logistics. ThisHoneywell, Lockheed Martin, Rolls-Royce, Standard Aero than 50 distribution center operations, more than 7,500 includes mobilisation of forces, convoy planning, projects,and the US Air Force. Please contact Servigistics at +44 employees, and information technology applications that are multi-resource planning and execution.1454 419191 or by e-mail at inform@servigistics.com unprecedented in the logistics industry. DOWNLOAD CENTRE Access exclusive and complimentary interviews, reports and presentations on our download centre on www.defencelogistics.org Media Partners TEL: +44 (0) 20 7368 9300 FAX: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 EMAIL: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  8. 8. DEFENCE LOGISTICS EUROPE 2011 5 WAYS TO REGISTERTwo Day Conference:Half Day Workshop:Venue: Post: your booking form toMy registration code is: PDFW Package Team Discounts* SAVE £400 SAVE £250 SAVE £150 SAVE £350 SAVE £200 SAVE £100 Venue & Accommodation VENUE: Package ACCOMMODATION: SAVE £400 SAVE £250 SAVE £150 www.defencelogistics.org SAVE £350 SAVE £200 SAVE £100 Free Online Resources visit www.defencelogistics.org Digital Conference On CD-ROM Delegate Details A digital version of the conference proceedings, including allPlease photocopy for each additional delegate £599 plus VAT Dr £599 plus VAT each Defence Logistics UAE 2010EmailNature of businessAddress Terms and Conditions Payment TermsName of person completing form if different from delegate: IQPC Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy You may substitute Vegetarian Non-dairyPlease indicate if you have already registered by Phone Email Payment Method event this conference is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event, Act Discounts PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE

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