Wednesday November 29th from 14:30
Euro & Florin Conference Rooms
Moderator: Lars Rose, DuPont De Nemours, Germany
Liam Bates, Outokumpu, Sweden
Freddy Busschaert, TOTAL, France
Pinakin Desai, Larsen & Toubro, India
Lizette Hartholt, Hart b.v., the Netherlands
Norbert Heinzle, BUTTING, Germany
Luca Pentericci, Raccortubi Group, Italy
Hiromichi Tsuchiya, JGC, Japan
Although, technically speaking, availability is not an inherent material property, its importance is on a par with the chemical composition, quality, finish and any other material characteristic.
Long lead times can delay projects, encourage the use of unsafe products, and have an adverse effect on all industry stakeholders.
Why does it take so long to manufacture/deliver certain materials, particularly non-standard CRAs? What can mills, fabricators and vendors do to improve their lead times?
What role do end users and EPC contractors play in this process? How can all parties forming the supply chain work together to make hard-to-get products and materials more readily available?
These and other crucial questions will be first addressed by a carefully selected panel representing the entire supply chain, followed by a plenary discussion with the audience.
Do not miss this unique opportunity to participate in an attempt to solve a pressing industry-wide problem.
See the Advance Conference Program and Conference Timetable for further information.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS SPECIALLY DESIGNED INTERACTIVE PANEL Q&A SESSION IS FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES AND EXHIBITOR STAFF ONLY.
CONFERENCE DELEGATES HAVE THEIR REGISTRATION INCLUDED IN THEIR CONFERENCE TICKET