The next few months are filled up with several exciting events and conferences for MIXMOVE. We are going to Copenhagen, London, and Munich to discuss the future of logistics and supply chain. Digital transformation, collaboration, and The Physical Internet are just some of the interesting topics addressed at the different events.
Supply Tech Summit in Copenhagen is the largest supply tech conference in the Nordics, and we are delighted to be a keynote speaker at the event on May 28th. The focus for this year's conference is the best practices in supply chain technologies that integrate, optimise, and automate processes. It is a student-driven conference, created to provide top executives with a platform for discussing current challenges and share best practices within the industry.
The event is divided into three different main tracks: supply chain planning, strategy and leadership, and logistics. Our CCO will be giving a keynote on networks and collaboration within supply chain.
We have been invited by Microsoft to speak at their Summit for Retail & Consumer Goods, Logistics & Supply Chain Management 2019 on June 4th. MIXMOVE is a proud ambassador of the Azure cloud. The primary purpose of the summit is to help businesses exploit the opportunities of digital transformation. Our CEO will speak at the event, focusing on the digitalisation of logistics and supply chain. This summit is an excellent opportunity to discuss innovation in the logistics and transportation sector.
MIXMOVE is also a proud member of ALICE (The Alliance for Logistics Innovation through Collaboration in Europe). In that regard, we are attending The International Physical Internet conference in London this July, which is supported by ALICE. On their website, they define the concept as followed:
"The Physical Internet aims at transforming the way physical objects are moved, stored, realized, supplied and used, pursuing global logistics efficiency and sustainability."
ALICE video- The physical internet
Our technology is a contributor towards the first step of implementing the Physical Internet, which is what our CEO and CTO will be addressing at the event. The conference is an open forum to explore and discuss leading-edge concepts, projects, technology and the future of the Physical Internet implementation. It is a global event with over 250 attendees from all over the world.
We are looking forward to all of the upcoming events this spring! Will we be seeing you at any of them?