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Blockchain for Chemicals

from 12.12.2018 to 13.12.2018

Conference language: English
Germany
The date:
from 12.12.2018 to 13.12.2018
Address of the event: Augsburger Str. 41, 10789 Berlin, Germany
Description of the project

This event combines a conference and an exhibition, and its main theme is the use of blockchain technologies in the chemical industry. The purpose of the event is simple – to show the profitability of the blockchain implementation, as it will allow to track materials, save time on paperwork, prevent fraud and loss of goods in transit, ensure continued confidence in the supply chain and provide tools for the growth of the plastic/chemical industry.

Industry leaders are invited to the conference to discuss in lively panels and case studies the possibilities of technology suppliers in the chemical industry, as well as how much time and money will be saved for business by the earliest introduction of technology.

This conference is designed to make a real difference in such a narrow market, so it will demonstrate the creation of fast and secure access to information about the location of goods in the supply chain to ensure safe, efficient and traceable trade. And all the positive aspects of the use of technology Will be told, because suppliers will be able to monitor the quality and compliance of products throughout transportation, improve procurement processes, track purchase orders, change trade-related documents and clearly manage goods.

And by tradition, so that visitors can find interesting and useful connections, in the breaks of the main program and after its completion will be given the opportunity in a relaxed atmosphere to find new partners and colleagues.

Among the speakers of the event:

  • Mr. Nicolas Buhmann, commercial Manager, Maersk
  • Mr. Peter Busch, W distributed technology specialist at Robert BOSCH Group
  • Mr. Lorenzo Zullo, managing Director, Chemycal
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