Ruediger Fromm

Ruediger Fromm

Senior Director Global Project Logistics Siemens AG

Ruediger Fromm has held various management positions in heavy haulage and project logistics. Before joining Siemens AG in 2008, he was managing director of Felbermayr Deutschland. At Siemens, he was responsible for project logistics in the Power Generation, Wind Power and Energy Mangement Divisions. Since April 2019, he is responsible for global project logistics in newly formed Business Unit EPC Projects which combines Transmission Solutions and Power and Gas Solutions within Operating Company Gas and Power.
 
Siemens Gas and Power (GP) is the only company in the world that can offer the combined strengths of oil & gas, power generation and transmission along the energy conversion chain. As a technology leader, the breadth and strength of the company’s portfolio remains critical to supporting the current electricity demands of society. Equally important are its proven project capabilities – not just for products, but also for solutions and services (including digital) and project financing. Finally, Siemens GP has a global footprint of about 71,000 employees from 134 nationalities, presence in 80 countries, and over 150 years as a pacesetter for energy systems. No other company in the world can offer these combined strengths.
 

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Thursday 23/05/2019

From 11:40 To 12:40

05/23/2019 11:40 05/23/2019 12:40 The changing face of the breakbulk and project cargo industry – Where next? We have heard the views of analysts, digested their data, but now we ask the industry heavyweights how they see the markets going forward following the recent slow recovery from the sector’s all-time lows. Do the bulls outnumber the bears? And what are their predictions on the future path for the sector as it seeks to modernise in a challenging and uncertain environment.
 
A cross-industry panel discusses possible areas of agreement, disagreement and potential solutions to how the industry can move forward together in the everchanging business landscape.
  • Are the industry’s current business models sustainable? How are they evolving?
  • What are the biggest competitive disadvantages facing the industry today?
  • What should the role of forwarders be and how should they be compensated?
  • How are environmental considerations affecting breakbulk and project cargo transport decision-making?
  • Where do you believe you can find further synergies with your project partners?
  • What are the greatest challenges to synergy?
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Breakbulk Main Stage

"The changing face of the breakbulk and project cargo industry – Where next?"

Alex Azparrent Kyriacos Panayides Nikola Hagleitner Ove Meyer Ruediger Fromm Tim Killen
Time and date

Thursday 23/05/2019

From 11:40 To 12:40

05/23/2019 11:40 05/23/2019 12:40 The changing face of the breakbulk and project cargo industry – Where next? We have heard the views of analysts, digested their data, but now we ask the industry heavyweights how they see the markets going forward following the recent slow recovery from the sector’s all-time lows. Do the bulls outnumber the bears? And what are their predictions on the future path for the sector as it seeks to modernise in a challenging and uncertain environment.
 
A cross-industry panel discusses possible areas of agreement, disagreement and potential solutions to how the industry can move forward together in the everchanging business landscape.
  • Are the industry’s current business models sustainable? How are they evolving?
  • What are the biggest competitive disadvantages facing the industry today?
  • What should the role of forwarders be and how should they be compensated?
  • How are environmental considerations affecting breakbulk and project cargo transport decision-making?
  • Where do you believe you can find further synergies with your project partners?
  • What are the greatest challenges to synergy?
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