Special Session Speakers

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    Peter Maloney, Gilbarco Veeder-Root

    Topic : Optimisation of Supply Chain Management in the Oil and Gas Sector

    Peter represents Gilbarco Veeder-Root’s very broad portfolio of petrol station retailing products and services to senior decision makers in global major oil companies. In this role Peter has developed trusted relationships with a portfolio of major clients. Before this role he has worked as Sales Director and Business Development Manager, with more than fifteen-years’ experience in the areas of Petrol Station remote wet stock management, logistics and inventory control. Before joining Gilbarco, Peter started his career as an engineer in an energy management company, after completing his studies in electrical and electronic engineering.
    Since 1865, Gilbarco has manufactured the world’s leading fuelling and convenience store equipment and technology. Our products are time-tested and future-approved, and include fuel dispensers, automatic tanks gauges, submersible turbine pumps, retail systems, forecourt controllers, DC charging solutions and site services. The Gilbarco Veeder-Root footprint touches all corners of the Earth and meets the needs of customers worldwide. Gilbarco was born in America but began to grow beyond its borders in the 1950’s. Since then, Gilbarco expanded throughout Europe, India, the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia, Australia, and Latin America.

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    Louis Hendriks, Global Value Web

    Topic : From intelligent supply chain to intelligent value chain

    Louis Hendriks is Managing Director of Global Value Web (GVW). Through his 25 plus years of experience in enabling global value chains/networks, Louis brings to GVW a deep understanding of partnering in global networks, delivering competitive value to clients. Louis has in-depth experience in the Oil & Gas / Energy industries.
    Through GVW, Louis is able to improve the quality of various critical value chain data areas, including the Laboratory domain, the Planning domain, and the Procurement domain for its global clients. Enhancing the collaboration across industry partners and making value chains more responsive and adaptive. Thus, helping multinationals to operate their global value chains more effectively and efficiently.
    Prior to starting Global Value Web in 2006, Louis has driven many value chain improvements and integrations for various global companies.

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