Aljosja Beije

Logistics Lead BlockLab

Aljosja is a MSc in Quantitative Business Economics from Erasmus University and is currently the Director of Blocklab. Blocklab develops blockchain solutions for supply chain and energy industry. Before Blocklab, he held a number of senior and C-level management positions in IT and SCM, within companies such as Kuehne & Nagel, GE and Nokia.  

He co-authored, together with Nick Vyas and Bhaskar Krishnamachari of the University of Southern California the book “Blockchain and the Supply Chain: Concepts, Strategies and Practical Applications.” He’s also a senior researcher at the lectorate of Supply Chain Finance at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in Zwolle, The Netherlands and visiting lecturer at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, where he co-teaches the course “Emerging Technologies in Supply Chain Management”.
 


Event Programme Sessions

Digitising Key Documentation

The pandemic has further accelerated the need for traditional process to become more and more digitalised to ensure cargo can keep moving while also increasing efficiency across the supply chain. One key area that absorbs a lot of time is manual documentation, such as customs clearance and the bill of lading. This session will demonstrate the benefits of going digital, showcase real world examples of successfully digitised documents and the positive impact it is having. In addition, our experts will discuss what we can expect from the future and what might be next to go digital. 

Thursday 19 May 13:15 - 14:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/19/2022 13:15 05/19/2022 14:00 Digitising Key Documentation The pandemic has further accelerated the need for traditional process to become more and more digitalised to ensure cargo can keep moving while also increasing efficiency across the supply chain. One key area that absorbs a lot of time is manual documentation, such as customs clearance and the bill of lading. This session will demonstrate the benefits of going digital, showcase real world examples of successfully digitised documents and the positive impact it is having. In addition, our experts will discuss what we can expect from the future and what might be next to go digital.  Discovery & Innovation Hub, Hall 1