Beata Bac

Beata Bac

Global Category Manager Projects, Inbound and International Logistics Shell

Beata Bac joined Shell in 2009. In her current role, she is responsible for sourcing and contracting strategy and SRM to address business needs across Royal Dutch Shell. Over her 22-year career she has held various supply chain and contracting & procurement roles at Shell Downstream and Upstream and at AP Moller-Maersk which span from operations to strategy at the local, regional and global level. Bac has a Master’s degree in transportation and logistics and a Bachelor’s degree in freight forwarding from Gdansk University. She holds diplomas as European senior logistician at the senior management level from the European Logistics Association & European Certification Board for Logistics as well as a professional diploma in logistics and transport from the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK.
 
Shell is an international energy company with expertise in the exploration, production, refining and marketing of oil and natural gas, and the manufacturing and marketing of chemicals. Shell’s purpose is to power progress together with more and cleaner energy solutions. In 2018, Shell operated in 70+ countries, employed an average of 82,000 employees, and held interest in 21 refineries. It sold 71 million tonnes of LNG and produced the equivalent of 3.7 million barrels of oil per day. Shell’s annual revenue in 2018 was US$388.4 billion, with income of $23.9 billion and capital investments totalling $24.8 billion.
 

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Thursday 23/05/2019

From 13:00 To 13:50

05/23/2019 13:00 05/23/2019 13:50 How can the industry move forward and streamline contracts? Project cargo forwarders face many challenges in their efforts to serve their customers in an uncertain business environment characterised by rigid and complex contracts. Our panel will examine whether the size of contracts makes them unmanageable, how size impacts risk allocation and compliance responsibility, the differing perspectives of contracting parties and growing concern over ‘double dipping’.

Audience feedback: join the discussion and share your thoughts with the panel as we seek to answer this essential question - what can be done to simplify and streamline the contracting process for the benefit of the industry?
 
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"How can the industry move forward and streamline contracts?"

Beata Bac Kate Andrews Michael Giling Paolo Minetti Philipp Luehrs
Time and date

Thursday 23/05/2019

From 13:00 To 13:50

05/23/2019 13:00 05/23/2019 13:50 How can the industry move forward and streamline contracts? Project cargo forwarders face many challenges in their efforts to serve their customers in an uncertain business environment characterised by rigid and complex contracts. Our panel will examine whether the size of contracts makes them unmanageable, how size impacts risk allocation and compliance responsibility, the differing perspectives of contracting parties and growing concern over ‘double dipping’.

Audience feedback: join the discussion and share your thoughts with the panel as we seek to answer this essential question - what can be done to simplify and streamline the contracting process for the benefit of the industry?
 
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