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Using Real-Time Intelligence to Maintain Network Resiliency – Brussels Attacks and Other Case-Studies

​Unforeseen disruptions in the supply chain, such as terror attacks, natural disasters, border closures, political unrest and even cargo theft, can result in substantial financial, market and reputational losses. As a result, reducing risk has become a must for global companies seeking to thrive in increasingly dynamic conditions. This session will share insights on how Deutsche Post DHL, as the world’s largest logistics company, monitors risks in its global transportation network using real-time intelligence sourced from half a million employees across the world. It will also share case-studies from the Brussels attacks and Tianjin port explosions to demonstrate how DPDHL is helping customers become more resilient in the way they manage their global assets using big data analytics. The session will also highlight DPDHL’s three-step approach to monitoring and addressing risks in the supply chain using innovative technologies and best-in-class methodologies, and underpin how a comprehensive risk management effort, through collaboration with multiple stakeholders both in and outside of one’s organization, can pave the path to resiliency.


Tobias Larsson, Head of DHL Resilience360, DHL Resilience360

Tobias Larsson is a director at DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation and Head of DHL Resilience360. Over the past four years, he has worked in product innovation to build insights and knowledge on what it takes to build resilient supply chains. Through supporting logistics, transportation and business continuity professionals and understanding requirements to build resiliency for brittle supply chains, he has spearheaded the development of industry-leading solutions and technologies that support a holistic approach to supply chain risk management. He holds a Master degree in Engineering and Management from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and is a member of the Supply Chain Risk Leadership Council (SCRLC).