Thomas Dahmen started his career in the transport and logistic business at a Dutch/ German Trucking company in Venlo, Netherlands.
He then moved to a French/ German forwarding company in Düsseldorf, Germany and Paris, France, as well as studied international Management ‘Betriebswirtschaft’ in Neuss, Germany. In
1990, he started at Siempelkamp in Germany, a multinational supplier for machinery and equipment, at their headquarters in Krefeld, Germany and soon took over the responsibility for all logistical operations.
Since 2010, he has been Managing Director of the Siempelkamp Logistics & Service GmbH, the after sales service and logistics provider of the Siempelkamp group.
Having foresight is critical for any organisation as it reveals opportunity and empowers innovation. This forward-thinking panel will discuss key trends, such as future-oriented work and sustainability, possible and necessary changes for more responsible business, expectations for the current decade, and best-case scenarios for project logistics in the coming years. The session will provide helpful insights on navigating the future in a so-called ‘age of chaos’ by addressing questions like: How might AI-chatbots and the lack of employees change the way we work? What will bring about the goal of zero carbon transport? How might modular construction transform project logistics as we know it? Join this inspiring foresight session for insight on how to co-create future scenarios for your organisation.
Session Sponsored by Port of San Diego
Wednesday 07 June 13:20 - 14:05 Main Stage