The Australian Rail industry has a massive task to ensure that efficient, effective supply chain management is in place to support quality Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) processes. Parts and component availability coupled with the right quantity and quality at the right place and time is a key foundation for effective asset management.
Traceability of every part and component in your value chain can be achieved when your processes are underpinned by GS1 standards.
Join us and hear from industry stakeholders as they explain the work that has already been done to initiate industry-wide standards adoption for the identification of parts and components in the Rail industry.
Learn about the enabling technologies that are readily available and support the industry requirements along with some key considerations for a successful implementation.
IMPROVE YOUR INVENTORY AND ASSET MANAGEMENT
The Australian and New Zealand rail industry is planning to adopt GS1 standards for identification of MRO materials. A wide range of operators and suppliers have been involved in developing a guideline, an implantation plan and a communications plan. This program is aligned with the global project also underway.
Chief Operating Officer
Australasian Railway Association (ARA)
As the chair of the Rail Working Group, Tony will provide an update on where the group is at with its current work in relation to unique parts and component identification within rail.
Part identification is the critical first step in complying with GS1 standard. With 30 years experience Adam will present the options available and what to consider when barcoding your products
Customer Service & Fulfilment Manager
SNC-Lavalin Rail & Transit
Hear about how GS1 standards have been utilised by both OneSteel & Pandrol to improve efficiency through their supply chain.
The reliance on the availability of data to deliver a quality outcome; each stakeholder in the railway value chain can have an impact on the performance and how strong support from the supply chain can enable well informed business decisions years into a project.
A global leader in smart digital mobile-first solutions that transform the supply chain, Pieter will share the learnings from implementing enterprise software in the EMEA and APAC regions.
Motivation can account for up to 65% of the predictability of success! Watch, Renee as moderator, motivate and encourage speakers on our panel sessions to actively participate.
RG Dynamics Pty Ltd
Industry Sales Manager - Intralogistics & Transport
Sick Pty Ltd
As a leader in the RFID technology space, SICK will demonstrate how this key technology will aid in the identification of parts and components on locomotives and throughout the rail supply chain
Update on V/Line’s project to identify parts and components using the standards outlined in the Australian Rail Guideline
Senior Manager Logistics
SYDNEY – 5 SEPTEMBER