Transport and logistics must be seen in connection with supply chains. Logistics as a subject is a methodological approach to integrate, optimize and develop improvement in the various supply chains. Cooperation seems to be an increasingly important element in finding these solutions today.
In this regard logistics competencies are a defining factor in dealing efficiently with supply chain aspects. Knowledge on how logistics works both internally and externally is decisive for choice of shipping methods and logistics solutions.
Unfortunately many companies are not able to define or determine which competences they will be needing in the future in this area and this in turn makes it very difficult for the educational institutions to anticipate future educational needs.
Specialized competences increase value for the company! Nobody can do everything which is why it is often an advantage to specialize knowledge and action in a well defined area if you want to obtain the best result possible.
This seminar aims at sharing knowledge about trends and expectations for future competencies and the speaker’s will primarily base their presentations on their own experiences from their working life.
The seminar will be held in English.
Venue and access
The BeltLogistics workshop will take place in the conference room (top floor) of the Scandlines ferry "Schleswig-Holstein" on its route between Puttgarden (Germany) and Rødby (Denmark).
German participants will enter the ferry on foot at 9:30 a.m. at the Scandlines ferry terminal in Puttgarden.
Danish participants will enter the ferry on foot at 10.30 a.m. at the Scandlines ferry terminal in Rødby or alternatively through direct access to the ferry if arriving by train. A direct train from Copenhagen will depart at 7:44 a.m. from Copenhagen Central Station.
June 12th 2014
Light snack and welcome
Introduction of Participants
Outline of the day
Professor Per Homann Jespersen, BeltLogistics Partner Representative, Roskilde University
"How the Danish maritime sector tackles future challenges – a practical approach to the involvement of the companies in the Danish Maritime Cluster" by Merete Vestergaard, Project Manager, Danish Maritime Cluster
"How a German logistics company ensures that the employees have the necessary competences for the Nordic common market" by Matthias Gödecke, Managing director Gödecke Eurotrans GmbH
Lunch and networking break
"What a Danish cooperation is trying to do to anticipate future demands for competences for the project" by Jan Oldenburg, Femern Service Partners
Common workshop discussion on the issue on future demands and how to identify them
Summary of the Day and Outlook to further BeltLogistics activities
Participation is free but please sign up for this event no later than June 1st to below contact persons:
For German participants Mr. Lars Wewstäedt – Wewstaedt@luebeck.org
For Danish participants Ms. Marianne Jakobsen – email@example.com