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ECR Baltic Forum ‘08


BLOCK 1: Efficiency Through Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Automatic Data Processing

Opening by the ECR Baltic Co-Chairmen

Bernardo Machado (Rimi Baltic) & Aigars Ģērmanis (P&G)

Master Data Item Synchronization – basement for all EDI

Jürgen Staeder (SA2|WORLDSYNC) & Rene Jakobson (ETK)

Part 2(ETK); Part 3 (Supplier)

Improving on shelf availability (OSA) at the point of sale

Maximilian Musselius (ECR Russia)

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) – everyday document, time- consuming manual operations reduction

Aleksei Dobrosman (Edisoft) & Inga Ozola (Aldaris)

IT customer integration - beyond EDI

Helena Steen (DHL)

BLOCK 2: Efficient Distribution and Transportation

Joint Business Planning with Tesco and Nestlé

Michal Rubaszko (Nestlé Polska) & Janusz Selwa (Tesco Polska)

Opportunities in Warehouse process development after a Pick-by-Voice implementation

Kimmo Yli-Kokko (Optiscan)

Benefits of Automated Standard Trucks at Semiautomatic Warehouses

Andres Olsson (Danaher Motion)

Supply Chain visibility - leverage real-time information about demand, orders, inventory and movements to streamline operations and increase your service level

Jouko Kalevi Hoikkala (Tieto Enator / CDC Supply Chain) & Kristīne Vilemsone (JYSK Baltics)

How to build an effective FMCG distribution system through collaboration between industry and trade

Tryggwe Göransson (Svenska return System)

Empties Standardization and Optimization pan Baltic project for milk crates

Mati Virves (Valio Baltic); Rita Rozentāle (Schoeller Arca Systems); Anna Zolotarjova (Rimi Baltic) & Gediminas Sabonis (MAXIMA Grupe)

Part 1; Part 2 (Maxima)

BLOCK 3: Understanding the Community - the Way to Grow

Decoding the shopper decision making process; shoppers are increasingly in grab ‘n’ go mode but is this so for all categories?

Soulla Kellas (Nielsen Cyprus)

The benefits of Store Clustering

Simon Smallwood (Riverhead Consulting) & Konstantin Nechaev (Deloitte Consulting Russia)

Responsible Management

Paulo Peereboom (ICA Norge)