Food and Beverage supply chains are growing in complexity, a trend that has been accelerated in this unpredictable year. Trade tariffs, Covid-19, evolving product preferences, and customer delivery channels are all examples of changes and disruptions which have substantially impacted our Food and Beverage manufacturers this year, and foreshadow the ‘new normal’ for the industry in 2021.
Join the ASCI Victorian Chapter for an interactive webinar with experts who will discuss:
• What is keeping food and beverage manufacturers up at night?
• Supply Planning challenges of food and beverage manufacturers.
• How can companies manage the challenges of today's marketplace?
• Benefits of better planning for the organisation.
Stephen Dombroski, Director of Food & Beverage, QAD Inc.
Stephen has over 30 years of experience in the consumer products and food & beverage and Software industries. He has assisted consumer products and food & beverage companies in developing S&OP strategies as well as in the implementation of ERP and Supply Chain Systems. Stephen has held several management positions at a leading food manufacturer from supply chain manager, director of inventory control, to manager of supply chain systems. Stephen has worked in a number of manufacturing industries, but his primary focus has been in the food & beverage and consumer products industries. He has extensive experience in supply chain and operations planning and is frequently consulted by manufacturing and consulting leaders for his opinions and advice.
Matthew Jackson, Victorian President, Australasian Supply Chain Institute
Matthew is a leader within the Supply Chain and Digital Operations practice of Deloitte focusing on E2E Manufacturing & Industry 4.0 for Deloitte Australia, he has over 18 years as an operations lean practitioner across Australia, North America & Europe.