During logitrans International Transport Logistics Exhibition in Istanbul 2016, Altinay Bekar and Prof. Dr. Stefan Iskan talk about the future of logistics in Europe and Turkey, Industrie 4.0, Logistics 4.0, disruptive digital platform business models, autonomous driving, digital freight forwarding, outsourcing and profitability of logistics industry, increasing protectionism and closed borders in Europe and how leaders should make their logistics companies fit for future now.
Prof. Dr. Stefan Iskan is host of Tea & Talk at the logitrans exhibition. Now in the second edition, Tea & Talk is an interview format dealing with the latest insights on the Turkish and European logistics market by expert guests. It is organized by the AYSBERG media group, Turkey’s Nr. 1 logistics and automotive news and media group.
Prof. Iskan is best known in Germany and Turkey for his work as full-professor of Supply Chain Management and E-Business at the University of Applied Sciences in Ludwigshafen am Rhein (Germany). He is one of the most high profile experts in Industry 4.0, automotive industry, logistics management and change leadership in Germany and Turkey right now. He is author of several books and international publications, the Academic Advisor of the AYSBERG media group as well as top management advisor to holdings and mid-sized companies in the logistics and automotive industry in Germany and Turkey. Prof. Dr. Stefan Iskan formerly worked on top management level for members of the board of management of Deutsche Bahn Group (DB Schenker / DB Cargo), Daimler AG and Deutsche Post Consult. In 2015, IBM’s former top executive, president of the Business Club Stuttgart, and honorary president of the German Bundesliga soccer club VfB Stuttgart, Erwin Staudt, joined Iskan Advice.
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