Key Information

VLO Conference 2013

Today’s business environment is recognized as dynamic and volatile. Do you recognize these trends? 

  • Customers are ever more demanding and demand is ever more volatile; 
  • By increasingly focusing on their core business, the organization’s reliance on supply chain partners is ever increased;
  • Extended (global) supply chains are prone to increasing risks; and managing such risks becomes increasingly important;
  • Whenever there are risks, there are opportunities; to stay competitive organizations (and supply chains) must be able to quickly grab such opportunities.

If so...

  • How successful is your organization in Supply Chain Risk Management?
  • Does your organization excel in turning supply chain risks into supply chain opportunities?

If you feel there is something to improve, we have just the conference for you!

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Prof. Arjan van Weele 

Arjan van Weele holds the NEVIChair of Purchasing and Supply Management (0,5fte), at Eindhoven University of Technology, Faculty of Technology Management. 

Hans Dijkhuis

Hans Dijkhuis is managing director and co-founder of Value Sourcing BV and Senior Manager Quality Process Improvement at ASML.

Zumbul Atan

Assistant Professor, TU/e, OPAC Group.

Joost Rongen

Sr. Business Consultant at EyeOn.

Hans van der Drift

Consulting partner at Involvation.

Jack van Lieshout

Senior director Global SCM, Philips Lighting Electronics. 

Hugo van Daal

SC Professional 2013 finalist  

Piet van der Plas

Senior manager, PwC Advisory, Amsterdam

Philippe Joffroy

Associate Director, Supply Chain Expertise Center, Dow Chemical Belfast   



Dow Chemical

Dow connects chemistry and innovation with the principles of sustainability to help address many of the world’s most challenging problems such as the need for clean water, renewable energy generation and conservation, and increasing agricultural productivity.


The Dinalog institute was established at the end of 2009, with a single unequivocal goal in mind: to ensure that the Netherlands was the European market leader in the control of the transnational flows of goods by 2020, with an increase in the BNP of 7 billion in control.


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