GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “Managing Actual Volatile Demand in the Global Automotive Supply Chain” features Egge Haak. Mr. Haak is Managing Director of Netherlands-based Involvation, a leading consultancy and implementation firm that is focused on improving the supply chain and its management. They have teamed up with Netherlands-based Flostock on a series of Private Webinars on “Taming the Bullwhip” for the global automotive supply chain.
Audio Interview Guest
Mr. Egge Haak
Private Webinar Series
To learn more about, or to apply to participate in these Webinars for Tier 2 & 3 automotive suppliers, please visit this page.
To download your free copy of the new white paper “Fasten Your Seatbelt! Managing Upcoming Volatilities in the Automotive Supply Chain“, (published May 18, 2020) visit this page.
In the 13-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Haak discusses these questions:
• What makes this crisis so special for automotive suppliers
• What can we learn from the Credit Crisis of 2008/2009
• This crisis has created a lot of firefighting in the supply chain. How can move to a more structural approach
• Demand is so erratic or even non existing right now. Does forecasting still make sense?
About Mr. Egge Haak:
After studying Civil Engineering at Delft University of Technology, and a subsequent course in business administration, Egge Haak conducted a number of improvement projects at TPG. He then occupied a logistics management position at the CPG production and distribution company Beiersdorf in Almere.
His responsibilities during this period included optimising stock management and production planning. He also guided the streamlining and shortening of the product development process and a possible shift to production to order for part of the product range.
After this management position, he made the transition to business consultancy in 1996. Besides managing a group of consultants, Egge was responsible for many improvement projects in the area of strategy, supply chain management, logistics and IT selection. In addition he was an initiator and pioneer in the supply chain management field of expertise.
During these years he gained extensive experience in the food industry, construction supply, transport, shipbuilding and various wholesale organisations.
As an Involvation partner he is involved in a large number of supply chain improvement projects. In addition he is actively engaged in the development of new consultancy concepts and knowledge development.
Egge lives in Epe, is married and has a son and two daughters.