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Objectives:

Over the past 20 years, transportation and logistics management has undergone meteoric expansion and dramatic change. Today’s supply chain is awash with complexity. Whether it’s the rapid growth of e-commerce and omni-channel logistics, or capitalizing on emerging consumer markets around the world, shippers face a litany of challenges.
The combined Inbound Logistics team and the U.S. Mexico Chamber of Commerce invites logistics experts, leaders in real estate development, shippers, suppliers, investors, carriers, and transportation providers to explore these challenges and together seek solutions driving enterprise success and continued economic expansion.

Challenges to discuss:

Services expansion for global markets.
Consolidations and industry specializations.
New tracking and visibility strategies based on new technologies.
Impact of Florida investment in enhancing Mexico/U.S. economic growth.

Strategic Partner

This time our Strategic Partner is AOLM (Asociación de Operadores Logísticos de México), an organism that has sought to address the main logistics concerns in the country for 3 years. By breaking the traditional competition scheme, its partners seek to strengthen ties in order to work together on strategies that address issues of concern to current logistics operations, particularly those related to competitive human capital and road safety. They also seek to create a fair competition in the face of the diversification of services caused by e-commerce in last years.

We also have the constant collaboration of other related associations, including: AMTI, which seeks to align the interests of intermodal transport to the levels of competitiveness demanded by international trade, for greater efficiency and safety in freight transport; AMPIP, which offers the best private industrial parks in Mexico, setting the highest standards in terms of quality, efficiency, space and location within reach of transnational companies; APICS Capítulo México, which offers preparation workshops for international CPIM, CSCP and CLTD certifications, as well as credentials, endorsements, and courses in Spanish designed for the needs of the Mexican market, APICS México also provides face-to-face education programs and online events; and CONALOG, which brings together professionals, academicians and students from the logistics sector, both public and private, to stimulate the integration, development and competitiveness of the sector, thus contributing to the growth of the country.

SPEAKERS

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Horacio Saavedra

SRE

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Luis Rubio Barnetche

Jones Day

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Francisco Sandoval

Ministry of Economy Mexico

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Lucia Aguilar

ProMexico Miami

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Hector Ibarzabal

Prologis

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David Orellana

Softtek (Dallas)

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Ricardo Alvarez

Ryder Mexico

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Diego Aguilar

Petroships LLC

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David Banfield

Florida East Coast Railway

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Keith Biondo

Inbound Logistics

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Miles Plaskett

Duane Morris LLP

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Alejandro Lasheras

Kronoz

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Ernesto Tatay

FEMSA Logistica

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Paul M. Hirsch

BNSF RAILWAY

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Alejandro Luna

MUFG

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Eric K. Olafson

PortMiami

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Antonio Peña

GreenbergTraurig

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Francisco X. Santeiro

FedEx Express Latam & CD

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SCHEDULE

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▼ Registration & Breakfast

30mins

Guillermo Almazo

▼ Welcoming Remarks

Guillermo Almazo - Publisher - INBOUND LOGISTICS LATAM
Alejandro Ramos - Vice President Eastern Region, United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce

15mins

Guillermo Almazo

Publisher - Inbound Logistics Latam

Horacio Saavedra

▼ Opening Remarks

Horacio Saavedra, Consul General of Mexico in Miami

10mins

Horacio Saavedra

Consul General of Mexico in Miami, Florida, SRE

Francisco Sandoval

▼ Keynote on the Renegotiation of the North American Free Trade

Francisco Sandoval, Economic Advisor, Trade and NAFTA Office, Ministry of Economy / Embassy of Mexico to the United States (Washington DC)

30mins

Francisco Sandoval

Economic Advisor, Trade and NAFTA Office, Ministry of Economy / Embassy of Mexico to the United States (Washington DC)

Keith Biondo

▼ PANEL I: Emerging Challenges and Opportunities for Supply Chain Integration in North America

Speakers:
Agustin Picado President - UPS
Alejandro Luna Director, Commodity & Structured Trade Finance, MUFG Investment Banking & Markets (New York)
David Orellana, VP Transportation & Logistics, SOFTTEK (Dallas)
Paul Hirsch, AVP Mexico Business Unit, BNSF Railroad (Mexico)
Moderator:
Keith Biondo, Publisher, Inbound Logistics (New York)

45 mins

Keith Biondo

Publisher, Inbound Logistics (New York)

▼ PANEL II: Outlook for the Logistics Roadmap as a result of NAFTA’s Modernization

Panelistas:
Ricardo Alvarez, Sales & Solutions Director, Ryder International Supply Chain Solutions (Mexico)
Alejandro Lasheras, President Kronoz
Lucia Aguilar, Trade And Investment Commisioner, PROMEXICO Southeast USA and Caribbean
Ernesto Tatay, Commercial Director, FEMSA LOGÍSTICA
Moderator:
Miles Plaskett, Partner, Duane Morris

50mins

▼ Networking Coffee Break

30mins

Guillermo Almazo

▼ PANEL III: “Addressing the Challenges of Domestic and Cross Border E-Commerce and On-Line Business”

Speakers:
Hector Ibarzabal, Managing Director and Head of Operations, Prologis (Mexico)
Luis Rubio Barnetche, Partner, JONES DAY
Frank Santeiro, Managing Director Government Affairs Latam And Caribbean, FEDEX
Moderator:
Guillermo Almazo, Publisher, Inbound Logistics LATAM

50mins

Guillermo Almazo

Publisher, Inbound Logistics LATAM

http://www.il-latam.com/

▼ PANEL IV: “Logistics Infrastructure: New Developments and What to Expect in the Upcoming Years?”

Speakers:
Diego Aguilar, Managing Director, Petroships
Eric Olafson, Manager, Port Of Miami
Mauricio Soto, Business Develoment, SSA Mexico
Moderator:
Antonio Peña, Partner, Greenberg Traurig (Miami)

50mins

▼ Lunch & Keynote on Energy Logistics & Transportation

Keynote Speaker:
Ramon Antonio Massieu, Chief of Staff, Commissioner’s Office, Mexico’s Energy Regulatory Commission

90mins

▼ Closing Remarks

10mins

▼ Networking – Cocktail

18:30 Arrival & Afternoon Reception Four Seasons Hotel Miami, on the 7th floor terrace 1435 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Florida 33131, USA

120mins

Missonibaia

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Guillermo Almazo: publisher@il-latam.com
Carlos Caicedo: manager@il-latam.com

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Four Seasons Hotel, Miami FL.

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1435 Brickell Ave,
Miami, FL 33131, EE. UU.

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Code: Supply Chain Leaders Miami

20

Supply Chain top speakers

50

US & Mexico Logistics Companies

150

US & Mexico Supply Chain Professionals

6

US & MEXICO Supply Chain Chambers

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