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Presentations from eyefortransport’s 8th 3PL Summit & Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum in Brussels, November 2010. Visit www.3PLsummit.com/eu for further resources.

Presentations from eyefortransport’s 8th 3PL Summit & Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum in Brussels, November 2010. Visit www.3PLsummit.com/eu for further resources.

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    Sustainable Supply Chain Strategies for the New Economy; Dr. Markus Zils, Dr. Tobias Meyer, Dr. Carsten Wallmann, Bonnie Herbrink, all McKinsey & Co. Sustainable Supply Chain Strategies for the New Economy; Dr. Markus Zils, Dr. Tobias Meyer, Dr. Carsten Wallmann, Bonnie Herbrink, all McKinsey & Co. Presentation Transcript

    • 3PL Summit and ChiefSupply Chain OfficerForumSustainable Supply Chain Strategies for the New EconomyResults of voting by workshop participantsBrussels, November 25, 2010CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARYAny use of this material without specific permission of McKinsey & Company is strictly prohibited
    • Importance of sustainability of supply chains – A quick temperaturecheck in the room Approach Objective ▪ Each person attending the workshop has had ability to cast an anonymous vote with the Assess importance consensor technology of sustainability of supply chains today ▪ We went through 8 questions trying to shed and tomorrow some light on the importance of sustainability of supply chains today and tomorrow ▪ In the break-out that followed this session, more detailed discussions took place in sub-groupsSOURCE: McKinsey McKinsey & Company | 1
    • What best describes your current business model? 1.Shipper 2.LSP/ Carrier 3.Other 21% 38% 40% Shipper Other LSP/carrier Other LSP/ Carrier Shipper McKinsey & Company | 2
    • TOTAL SCOREHow high did the topic of "Supply Chain Sustainability" rank onyour company’s top management agenda before the crisis? 10% 1.No 1 topic 44% 2.Among the top 5 topics 32% 3.Among the top 10 topics 15% 4.No top 10 topic McKinsey & Company | 3
    • SCORE How high did the topic of "Supply Chain BY SECTOR Sustainability" rank on your company’s top management ag... 0%NoNo topic 1 1 topic 27% 0% 56%Among theAmong the t... 47%top 5 topics 38% 33%Among the 20%top 10 the t...Among topics 38% 11%No top No top 10 t... 7%10 topic 25% Shipper LSP/carrier Other Other LSP/ Carrier Shipper McKinsey & Company | 4
    • TOTAL SCOREHas the importance of supply chain sustainability changedduring the crisis? 28% 1.Topic became more important 47% 2.Importance remained similar 26% 3.Topic became less important McKinsey & Company | 5
    • SCORE Has the importance of supply chain BY SECTOR sustainability changed during the crisis? 33%Topic becameTopic becam...more important 29% 25% 56%Importance re- Importance ... 53%mained similar 31% 11%Topic becameTopic becam...less important 18% 44% Shipper LSP/carrier Other Other LSP/ Carrier Shipper McKinsey & Company | 6
    • TOTAL SCOREOn a scale from 1 to 5, how would you rate your company’sreadiness to deliver sustainable supply chains (1 – not ready atall; 5 – fully ready)? 5% 1. Not ready at all 23% 2. … 35% 3. … 25% 4. … 13% 5.Fully ready McKinsey & Company | 7
    • On a scale from 1 to 5, how would you rate your company’s readiness to deliver sustainable BY SECTOR SCORE suppl... 0%Not readyNot ready ... 6%at all 6% 13% … 25% 25% 38% … 44% 25% 50% … 19% 19% 0%Fully ready Fully ready 6% 25% Shipper LSP/carrier Other Other LSP/ Carrier Shipper McKinsey & Company | 8
    • TOTAL SCOREAre you as a shipper or, if you are an LSP, are your customerswilling to pay for increased supply chain sustainability? 2% 1.Yes, often 22% 2.Yes, sometimes 61% 3.Generally no 15% 4.Never McKinsey & Company | 9
    • Are you as a shipper or, if you are an LSP, are your customers willing to pay for increased SCORE BY SECTOR supp... 0%Yes, often Yes, often 6% 0% 25%Yes,Yes, someti... 18%sometimes 25% 63%Generally noGenerally no 53% 69% 13%Never Never 24% 6% Shipper LSP/carrier Other Other LSP/ Carrier Shipper McKinsey & Company | 10
    • TOTAL SCOREWill you as a shipper, or if you are an LSP, will your customersincrease their willingness to pay for sustainability in the next 5years? 8% 1.Increase significantly 61% 2.Increase slightly 21% 3.Stay the same 8% 4.Decrease slightly 3% 5.Decrease significantly McKinsey & Company | 11
    • Will you as a shipper, or if you are an LSP, will SCORE your customers increase their willingness to BY SECTOR p... 0%Increase si... Increase 13%significantly 6% 57%Increase sl... Increase 67%slightly 56% 29%Stay the sameStay the same 13% 25% 14%DecreaseDecrease sl... 7%slightly 6%Decrease 0% Decrease si...significantly 0% 6% Shipper LSP/carrier Other Other LSP/ Carrier Shipper McKinsey & Company | 12
    • TOTAL SCOREWhich of the following potential changes would have the highestimpact on increasing supply chain sustainability?13% 1.End customers more willing to pay13% 2.Shippers increasing sustainability efforts6% 3.LSPs/carriers increasing sustainability efforts13% 4.Increased horizontal/vertical collaboration22% 5.Regulation promoting green supply chains34% 6.Oil price consistently > $ 150 per barrel McKinsey & Company | 13
    • SCORE Which of the following potential changes BY SECTOR would have the highest impact on increasing supply chai...End customersask forsustainable 0%End custome...services 14% 17%Shippers increasing 17%sustainabilityin... Shippers 7%efforts 17% LSPs/carriers 0% increasing LSPs/carrie... 14% sustainability 0% effortsIncreased 0% Increased h...horizontal/vertical 7% 25%collaborationRegulation 33% Regulation ...promoting green 29%supply chains 8%Oil price 50%consistently c... Oil price 29%> $ 150 per barrel 33% Shipper LSP/carrier Other Other LSP/ Carrier Shipper McKinsey & Company | 14
    • TOTAL SCOREWhich of the following potential changes would you rate asmost probable?6% 1.End customers more willing to pay17% 2.Shippers increasing sustainability efforts6% 3.LSPs/carriers increasing sustainability efforts17% 4.Increased horizontal/vertical collaboration36% 5.Regulation promoting green supply chains19% 6.Oil price consistently > $ 150 per barrel McKinsey & Company | 15
    • SCORE Which of the following potential changes BY SECTOR would you rate as most probable?End customers 14%more custome...End willing to pay 0% 7%Shippersincreasing 14%sustainability Shippers in... 7%efforts 27%LSPs/carriersincreasing 0% LSPs/carrie...sustainability 14%efforts 0%Increased 43%horizontal/vertical Increased h... 7%collaboration 13%Regulationpromoting 0%green supply ... Regulation 57%chains 33%Oil price 29%consistently c... Oil price 14%> $ 150 per barrel 20% Shipper LSP/carrier Other Other LSP/ Carrier Shipper McKinsey & Company | 16
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