Antonio Lázaro

Director, Global Outbound Logistic & Transport Solution CoE LM Wind Power

Antonio Lázaro is a Supply Chain and Operations professional with close to 30 years of experience in a variety of Industries. With a passion for the big strategic picture and it’s operational implications, Antonio has been always involved in international industry environment, leading warehouses and plants for GE in several countries in Europe. He moved to the Wind Industry in 2008 and joined LM: the worldwide lead manufacturer of wind turbine blades. He has been working for LM Windpower since then, leading the Europe Supply Chain organization, and the Global Production Planning Function. He is currently LM Windpower’s Outbound Logistics Global Director since 2018 


Event Programme Sessions

Wind Spotlight: Examining the Pace of Industry Growth

Renewable energy projects continue to dominate the breakbulk sector and this trend is set to continue for many years. However, there is often a disconnect between wind technology manufactures and logistics solutions providers. This session will discuss whether the current transportation available is sufficient to meet the needs of the wind industry in terms of number of projects as well as the increasing size of cargo.  fleet is able to transport increasingly larger turbines, challenge the current trend of increasingly larger wind turbines, and whether wind technology manufactures may need to invest in their own logistical solutions if they what to maintain the current rate of rapid turbine growth. 

Wednesday 18 May 14:15 - 15:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/18/2022 14:15 05/18/2022 15:00 Wind Spotlight: Examining the Pace of Industry Growth Renewable energy projects continue to dominate the breakbulk sector and this trend is set to continue for many years. However, there is often a disconnect between wind technology manufactures and logistics solutions providers. This session will discuss whether the current transportation available is sufficient to meet the needs of the wind industry in terms of number of projects as well as the increasing size of cargo.  fleet is able to transport increasingly larger turbines, challenge the current trend of increasingly larger wind turbines, and whether wind technology manufactures may need to invest in their own logistical solutions if they what to maintain the current rate of rapid turbine growth.  Breakbulk Main Stage, Hall 2