Supply Chain of The Future: Tour of McKinsey’s Digital Capability Center Singapore

Neelesh Mundra, Partner , McKinsey & Company Mumbai; & Jan Hartmann, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company Jakarta

Venue : Digital Capability Center (DCC) Singapore, Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC), 3 CleanTech Loop, #01/01, CleanTech Two, Singapore 637143

Date : April 10, 2018

Time : 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Price : $0.00

2018-04-10 14:00:00 2018-04-10 17:00:00 Asia/Singapore Supply Chain of The Future: Tour of McKinsey’s Digital Capability Center Singapore - Digital Capability Center (DCC) Singapore, Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC), 3 CleanTech Loop, #01/01, CleanTech Two, Singapore 637143 AmCham Singapore

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Arrival & Registration


Introduction to the McKinsey Digital Capability Center (DCC) Ecosystem and Industry 4.0


Group 1

Group 2


Digital Production:

Additive Manufacturing Lab


Digital Production:

Virtual Manufacturing Lab


Digital Production:

Virtual Manufacturing Lab

Digital Production:

Additive Manufacturing Lab


Digital Production:

Brownfield Industry 4.0 assembly line


Digital Production:

Maintenance 4.0


Digital Production:

Maintenance 4.0


Digital Production:

Brownfield Industry 4.0 assembly line




Key Enablers of Digital Transformation to I4.0 


Supply Chain of the Future


Recap and Closing 


End of Tour

* Agenda is subjected to change closer to date, depending on the profile of attendees (sector, focuses etc.)

Spaces are limited, maximum 2 members per company. Priority will be given to members in the Supply Chain, Transportation, & Logistics Committee Network. 

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Hosted by the Supply Chain, Transportation, & Logistics Committee

On the back of growing pressures to deliver more for less, supply chain practitioners are presented with an impossible task: manage increasing variability in demand and service expectations, reduce transportation and warehousing costs, as well as streamline inventory – all without jeopardizing supply chain performance.

Industry 4.0 technologies appear promising and business leaders seem to agree: a recent McKinsey survey found that 90% of respondents believe Industry 4.0 will improve their performance. Yet, the survey also found, only 13% have begun the transformation. At this event, learn more about "Supply Chain 4.0" transformation – the application of Advanced Analytics, Internet of Things and Robotics to supply chain management – and how others are tackling this issue.

Tour Components:

Digital Production – Additive Manufacturing Lab
Overview of technologies and key drivers of adoption

Digital Production – Virtual Manufacturing Lab
“Digital Twin” of facility & process: approach, challenges, use cases

Digital Production – 
Brownfield Industry 4.0 assembly line
§  Automation: Cobots integration and autonomous guided vehicles (AGVs)
§  Operator enhancement: Digital assistance, Smart wearables
§  Digital Performance management
§  Intelligent material systems

Digital Production – Maintenance 4.0
§  Predictive Maintenance using Internet of Things (IoT) and Advanced Analytics
§  Digital reporting and MES (manufacturing execution system) integration
§  Self-guided and remote maintenance for work order execution with augmented reality

About The Speakers

Neelesh Mundra
McKinsey & Company Mumbai

Neelesh Mundra is a Partner at McKinsey & Company in Mumbai. He is the leader of McKinsey’s Supply Chain practice in Asia and the Logistics practice in India.

With over a decade of experience in the logistics sector, Neelesh serves top firms in the chemicals; transport and logistics; automotive and assembly; energy and basic materials; fast-moving consumer goods and e-commerce sectors in the Asia region. A deep expert on supply chain management, Neelesh co-leads McKinsey’s global research on “Supply Chain 4.0”. His recent work includes designing an operations strategy to improve service and reduce cost for a leading e-commerce logistics player and leading a supply chain transformation for a major refinery, particularly on integrated margin management, service improvement and cost reduction.

Neelesh earned his MBA from the National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) in Mumbai and a Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics) from Mumbai University.

Jan Hartmann
Associate Partner
McKinsey & Company Jakarta

Jan Hartmann is an Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company in Jakarta. He leads McKinsey’s Supply Chain practice in South East Asia.

Since joining McKinsey in 2011, Jan serves leading companies across the basic materials and oil and gas sectors, where he focuses on performance improvement and transformation programs. With a functional focus on operations, Jan has deep expertise on supply chain and logistics, process optimization and performance transformation. His recent work includes a supply chain diagnostic for inbound and outbound materials flow for flower and animal feeds mill in South East Asia; as well as designing and executing an end-to-end supply chain transformation program with a national oil & gas company, particularly on optimizing planning processes and procurement strategy.

Jan holds a PhD in Informatics from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom, and a BSc in Software Engineering from the Hasso-Plattner-Institute of the University of Potsdam, Germany.

About the DCC

McKinsey’s Digital Capability Centers (DCCs) are a global network of Industry 4.0–focused capability centers that drive the transformation of companies around the world. Offering services ranging from experiential learning and capability building, to piloting new technologies, the DCCs support companies at every stage of their digital transformation journey. The DCC network includes facilities in Aachen (Germany), Beijing, Chicago, Singapore, and Venice (Italy). Each center was founded in partnership with a leading industry consortium, government organization, or research institution. The Singapore facility is a collaboration with the Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC) to develop digital manufacturing and industrial-design expertise in Southeast Asia.

You may view an introductory video on the DCC

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