October 09 - 11, 2018
Shenzhen, China

Thursday, October 11, 2018

 

 

 
8:00 AM — 2:00 PM
 

Registration

Location: Hotel Lobby

 
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8:00 — 9:00 AM
 

 Welcome Coffee and Tea

Location: Espana Ballroom Foyer

 
 

 
9:00 — 9:05 AM
 

Welcome Remarks

Location: Espana Ballroom I

 
Peter Tirschwell
Senior Director Content,
Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

 
9:05 — 9:45 AM
 

Day 2 Keynote Address:
A Presentation and Conversation With Porter Erisman

Location: Espana Ballroom I

 
— Session Chair —
Peter Tirschwell
Senior Director Content,
Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

 

— Featured Speaker —
Porter Erisman
Former Vice President of Alibaba Group;
and author of
"Alibaba’s World" and "Six Billion Shoppers"

 
9:45 — 10:30 AM
 

Blockchain for Dummies:
Where We Are and Where We're Heading

Location: Espana Ballroom I

 
 

 
10:30 — 11:00 AM
 

 Networking Coffee Break

Location: Espana Ballroom Foyer

 
 

 
11:00 AM — 12:00 PM
 

A Case Study in Practical Blockchain Solutions

Location: Espana Ballroom I

 
— Session Chair —
Eric Johnson
Senior Editor, Technology,
JOC, Maritime & Trade,
IHS Markit

 

— Panelists —
Toray Henry
Vice President,
US Operations,
Speed Sourcing

 

Johnson Leung
Co-Founder,
300Cubits

 

Eric Seamon
Managing Director,
Ocean Wide Logistics International

 
12:00 — 1:00 PM
 

 Networking Lunch

Location: Espana II and Barcelona

 
 

 
1:00 — 2:00 PM
 

Supply Chain Visibility:
Improving BCOs' View

Location: Espana Ballroom I

Global trade flows are being affected by fast-growing e-commerce, container volumes are growing steadily on most trades, manufacturing cycle times are shortening, orders are smaller and more frequent, less-than-containerload demand is growing, and industry stakeholders are gradually adopting paperless documentation. Effectively monitoring and efficiently shipping these growing volumes in an often time-constrained supply chain has increased complexity to such a level that it can only be managed by the application of technology solutions. Premium services, such as APL’s Eagle GO, can address the visibility and tracking issue, but how far away is complete visibility for all parties in the container supply chain, regardless of the rate paid? What are the challenges standing in the way of true end-to-end visibility? This session will examine the practical solutions to bringing a clearer view of the supply chain for BCOs, the true costs involved, and what collaboration is occurring — or not — among transportation modes and freight stakeholders.

 
— Session Chair —
Inna Kuznetsova
President and Chief Operating Officer,
INTTRA
— Panelist —
Wooyong Shin
Vice President,
Product Planning,
Samsung SDS

 
2:00 — 2:30 PM
 

 Networking Coffee Break

Location: Espana Ballroom Foyer

   

 
2:30 — 3:30 PM
 

JOC Innovation Jam I:
What Problems Can Technology Really Solve?

Location: Espana Ballroom I

 
 

 
3:30 — 4:30 PM
 

JOC Innovation Jam II:
What Problems Can Technology Really Solve?

Location: Espana Ballroom I

 
 

 
4:30 PM
 

Closing Remarks

Location: Espana Ballroom I

 
 

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