Digital Logistics
Conference & Exhibition 2025

September, 2025 /  USA
Elevate your logistics game with the principles of Adaptability, Sustainability, and Visibility!
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About DLC2025

Leveraging The Technology Innovation and Digital Revolutions

Experience the conference where professionals from the logistics industry come together to foster sustainable transformation. Discover new logistics models and operational approaches that drive innovation and revolutionize the industry. Unite with like-minded experts and be part of the driving force behind the future of logistics.

The goal is to gather diverse perspectives from thought leaders, suppliers, customers, and industry experts to explore areas for innovation where we can evolve, and where we must conserve. Our objective is to exchange valuable perspectives and crucial strategies in digitalization & e-commerce, innovation & new technologies, sustainability, integrated shipping & logistics, and securing the supply chain.

Conference Theme/Key Topics

The conference is seeking presentations that are broadly focused on the following key topics:

Optimize logistics Service and Enhance Risk Response Ability by Digital Technology

The Impact of Supply Chain Decarbonization on Logistics and Global Trade

Accelerating Digital Innovation to Meet New Business Objectives and Technology Alignment

Resilient and Sustainable Logistics & Supply Chain

Last Mile in E-commerce Logistics

Cyber Security Strategies in Logistics & Supply Chain

Logistics 4.0 and its Challenges and Opportunities

Best Practices and Case Studies of Digitalization

Official Agenda 2024

08:15
Opening Remarks
08:30
Adapting Supply Chain Network Design to the recent global shipping, energy and war crisis
  • Regent Global challenges to the Logistics and Supply Chain industry and its effect on the logistics and supply chain industry
  • Check list Reviewing points for current supply chain network design.
  • Building supply chain and logistics survival strategy adapting to the recent global challenges.
Mohamed Ezzat
Group Logistics Manager, Ahram Security Group
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09:00 
Generative AI’s impact on Logistics 4.0
  • Public (ChatGPT) vs. Private (CoPilot, Bard)
  • Leveraging the newest GenAI features (i.e. Code Interpreter, Plugins)
  • Examples of using GenAI for immediate business value/impact
  • Setting up your organization to take advantage of GenAI
Russ Felker
Chief Technology Officer, Trinity Logistics
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09:30 
Using Digital Technology to Balance Cost Minimization and Risk Management Objectives
  • Supply disruptions and heightened risks brought on by both the covid-19 pandemic and rising geopolitical tensions have accelerated the increasing importance of risk management factors in logistics cost and service decision-making processes.
  • The utilization of digital technologies to support logistics planning and management can bolster a firm’s risk response capabilities, and help facilitate balancing risk management and cost minimization objectives.
  • Framework to guide the implementation of digital technologies and offer several examples.
Tan Miller
Harper Professor of Global Supply Chain Management , Rider University
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10:00 
Driving Customer-Centricity in Omnichannel Merchandising Experience
  • Why is customer-centricity important to merchandising
  • What are the learnings from omnichannel customer-centric merchandising
  • How will Generative AI shape up the merchandising experience
Kevin Deng
Growth Markets Data and AI Offering Development, Accenture
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10:30
Networking Break
11:30 
Using low code process automation for accelerating digital transformation
  • Understanding the advantages of digital process automation for performance increase
  • Using low code process automation tools for achieving competitive advantage in the supply chain
  • Examples and use cases for low code process automation
Torsten Becker
Head of Study Program Supply Chain Management, SRH Berlin University
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12:00 
Responsible & sustainable sourcing in the cement industry and new updated safety measures in logistical handling manufacturing
  • Responsible sourcing including responsible & sustainable Logistics and transport in manufacturing.
  • Overview of Safety measures in handling logistics for the cement industry with regards to raw material and final products
  • Benefits of automation of logistics in manufacturing.
Ali Abdelhaq
Procurement Manager, National Cement Factory
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12:30 
Advantages and Disadvantages of Transportation Management Systems
  • The important thing in air, sea and road transport is to transport the right product to the right place at the right time
  • Digital transformations in maritime transport, in particular, have forced companies to transform, which has led to the need to automate manual processes.
  • Process optimization and digitalization with the help of the shipment planning system.
Caner YILDIZ
Foreign Trade and Customer Relations Specialist, Eczacıbaşı-Monrol Nuclear Products
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01:00 
How to uplevel your supply chain with low-code
  • A disjointed supply chain, operating on legacy, often disconnected systems, undermines control of source and finished product inventory, visibility, and timely customer deliveries.
  • To improve operational efficiency, it’s crucial to digitalize traditional paper-based procedures, integrate scattered legacy systems, and consolidate your data under a framework that exposes and exchanges crucial data and information to all stakeholders, quickly and effectively.
  • These can be achieved using last generation low-code application frameworks
Filipe Marques
Chief Revenue Officer, S4 Digital
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01:30
Networking Break
02:00 
Modern omnichannel logistics as the competitive advantage for growth in CEE region
  • Dynamic growth of CEE modern warehousing, dynamic development of supply chain structure, including parcel machines, PUDO points, micro HUBs and last mile logistics,
  • E-Commerce, re-commerce and reverse logistics as the emerging areas in CEE
  • Warehouse automation and modern technologies improving productivity of e-commerce processes
Damian Kolata
Head of Industrial & Logistics PL & E-Commerce CEE, Cushman & Wakefield
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02:30
Revolutionising Logistics and Supply Chain: GenAI’s Uncharted Frontiers in Efficiency, Resilience, and Innovation
  • Explore how GenAI is reshaping logistics and supply chains, amplifying efficiency, bolstering resilience, and fostering innovation through intelligent data-driven insights and actions.
John McFall
CEO, SupplyChainWise
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03:00
Sustainable E-commerce Logistics
  • With increasing focus on environmental concerns, sustainable practices in e-commerce logistics have gained traction.
  • Explore green packaging
  • Explore last-mile delivery optimization to reduce carbon emissions, and- utilizing renewable energy sources in distribution centers
Sajid Ali
Head of Last Mile Delivery & Last Mile Performance, Omantel
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03:30
The inception of OTIF, outlining the initial challenges and doubts, with a focus on the pivotal role of my co-founder in shaping our vision.
  • Influence of “Supergrid Logistics” as a fundamental concept, elucidating its vital role in addressing logistics challenges.
  • Real-world examples will illustrate how OTIF effectively tackles logistics issues with the Supergrid approach.
  • How we’re democratizing logistics, making it accessible to diverse businesses.
  • The importance of diversity in fostering innovation.
Pamela Villarreal G
Co-Founder and CEO, OTIF
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