Adolph is a hands-on Supply Chain professional, who prides himself in coming up through the ranks. From the early days of his career when he worked the warehouse floors, to leading Supply Chains of some of the largest companies in the world, his +25 years career has seen him work for Cargo Owners, Carriers, Freight Forwarders and Trade Regulators.
He has lived and worked in 4 diverse regions of the world and has done boots on ground Supply Chain work in ~75 countries. He has a deep appreciation for the nuances and complexities of global business, as well as the challenges and opportunities they present.
Through his career which spanned multiple global corporations, he grappled with the lack of technology in logistics. He therefore founded e2log in 2018, to overcome the very same challenges he encountered, using technology as an enabler.
In his opinion, logistics has historically been one of the most underrated and unappreciated functions within most organizations. He firmly believes that logistics technology will revolutionize Supply Chains, giving them the winning edge both within their own organization as well as with competitors.
Adolph lives in Sugar Land, TX along with his wife Veena. Their daughter Anushka is a student at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas in Austin. He is passionate about sports and enjoys field hockey, soccer, and long-distance running. He loves spending time with his family and traveling the world along with them.
In the backdrop of Supply Chain uncertainties, coupled with the urgency to reinvent and optimize project logistics execution, Fluor, Petrofac and e2log discuss the logistics technology needs of the EPC industry.
Wednesday 18 May 12:00 - 13:00 Room 1