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The SMi Group is proud to announce the 5th annual Defence Logistics Central and Eastern Europe conference, to be held in Budapest In March 2020.

As the only event that specifically focuses on the modernisation and optimisation of the supply chains of CEE nations, we bring together the leading decision makers and leaders responsible for implementing and delivering these transformation programmes in the region.

As cooperation between armed forces, and the prevalence of joint logistics operations increases, so the importance of defence logistics as a capability in its own right continues to grow.

With the support of the Hungarian Defence Forces we are delighted to bring you Defence Logistics Central And Eastern Europe 2020 from the new location of Budapest, Hungary. 

 

  • The only event dedicated to military supply chain and defence logistics in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Meet and network with senior leaders and logisticians from the CEE region and beyond, to understand the developments and future requirements of these programmes
  • Uncover new strategies to improve operations and reduce cost across your supply chain network, learning about key topics including heavy lift, interoperability, supply chain management, MRO capabilities and more
  • Hear industry presentations from the innovative suppliers solving the challenges of defence logistics including; BR International Consulting Services, Crowley, Bullet ID, GOFA, WEW Thielmann and World Fuel Services

AOBP; Belgian Army; BLG Cargo Logistics GmbH; British Army; Canadian Forces; Croatian Armed Forces General Staff ; Czech Armed Forces; Czech MoD; Defence and Security Industry Association of the Czech Republic (DSIA; EEAS, Belgium; Eurocorps; Hiab Limited; HUTIRA - BRNO; MLCC; Movement Coordination Centre Europe (MCCE); NATO HQ - C3 Staff; NATO SHAPE; NCS Fuel; Norwegian Armed Forces; Polish Armed Forces; Scepter Canada Inc.; University of Defence; World Fuel Services;

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

9:00 Enhancing the Operational Effectiveness of the Hungarian Defence Forces

Colonel Istvan Fricz

Colonel Istvan Fricz, Land Force Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command

• Assessing current projects and priorities
• Demonstrating how the modernisation of the Hungarian Defence Forces is expanding capacity
• Expanding cooperation and participation in Joint Exercises to achieve strategic goals and improve operative efficiency

9:40 Modernising the Czech Armed Forces Logistics Structure, and Current and Future Project Priorities

Major General Stefan Muransky

Major General Stefan Muransky, Director Support Division, Czech Armed Forces

• Assessing the current strengths of the Czech logistics division
• Predicting future requirements and demonstrating delivery of future objectives
• Evaluating the creation of the V4 Joint Military Logistics Support Group HQ
• Working with NATO partners on joint logistic capability and joint exercises
• Host nation support capabilities development

10:20 Challenges at the Railroad Sector in the View on Defender 2020

Mr Johann Braun

Mr Johann Braun, CEO, BR International Consulting Services GmbH

  • Review Atlantic Resolve
  • Changes of loading regulations
  • Challenge Defender 2020
  • Lacks of rail wagons/railroad lines
     
  • 10:50 Morning Coffee

    11:20 Optimising the Role of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) in Providing Comprehensive Strategic Logistical Support Worldwide

    • Facilitating mutual progress among allied partners by promoting inter-agency exercises and platforms to achieve greater cohesion
    • Sustaining and extending rapid deployment team capabilities and strategically positioning DLA platforms to ensure mission readiness across the globe
    • How the DLA 2018-2026 Strategic Plan supports US DoD objectives of building military aptitude and enhancing cooperation
     

    Major General Allan Day

    Major General Allan Day, Director of Logistics Operations, Defense Logistics Agency

    12:00 Evaluating the Continued Transformation of the Logistics System of the Polish Armed Forces

    Brigadier General Zbigniew Poweska

    Brigadier General Zbigniew Poweska, Chief of Logistics, Polish Armed Forces

    • Transformation of the logistics system in changing environment
    • Military Mobility - legal framework and the transportation infrastructure required for its operability
    • Lessons Identified/Learned from Capable Logistician 2019.

    12:40 Developing Practical and Reliable Water and Fuel Logistical Solutions in the 21st Century

    Mr Deleon Rich

    Mr Deleon Rich, Commercial Project Manager, Thielmann WEW GmbH

    • Logistical Challenges
    • The Changing Battlefield as it Relates to Logistics
    • Practical and Reliable Solutions for Fuel and Water

    13:10 Networking Lunch

    14:10 Assessing the Future Trends and Technological Developments of Defence Logistics and their Practical Applications

    Brigadier Jo Chestnutt

    Brigadier Jo Chestnutt, Commander 104th Logistic Support Brigade, UK MoD

    • How advances in C2 technology will support future operations and enable more accurate supply-chain procedures
    • Evaluating how AI-driven software will deliver Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) to frontline operations. Focus on UKs TITAN platform.
    • Developments in rapid-response teams to improve MRO provision and ensure timely and accurate resupply

    14:50 Transport and Storage of Portable Water and Fuel

    Mr Jan Gerhard-de Vries

    Mr Jan Gerhard-de Vries, Business Development Manager, GOFA Gacher Fahrzeugbau GmbH

  • Intermodal-International-Interoperable
  • Combine Best Practice from Commercial Logistic with Military Logistic requirements

     

  • 15:20 Afternoon Tea

    15:50 Permanent Structured Cooperation – How PESCO is Working to Simplify and Align the Provision of Logistics Services at European Level

    Colonel Henning Weeke

    Colonel Henning Weeke, Executive Officer Implementation "Network of Logistic Hubs in Europe", German Armed Forces Logistics Command

    • Creating a framework to deepen defence cooperation formally and sustainably – the implications on individual logistics commands
    • LogHelp – Creating a network of secured logistical services for host nation and wider European exploitation. Bridging operational gaps.
    • Evaluating practical implications of relocation and storage of material into operational areas

    16:30 Bullet ID Company and Technology Overview

    Mr Gunner Couce

    Mr Gunner Couce, Director of Manufacturing and Sales, Bullet ID Corporation

  • Laser marking
  • Bullet tracking
  • Secure block chain data system
  • Rapid inventory information access
     
  • 17:00 Evaluating the Capability of the Lithuanian Armed Forces Logistics Division and Improving Levels of Host Nation Support to Optimise Capacity

    Colonel Ramunas Baronas

    Colonel Ramunas Baronas, Logistics Commander, Lithuanian Armed Forces

    • Analysing uplifts in logistical capacity from enhancing links between allied states
    • Appraising Lithuanian capabilities in transporting vital resources such as fuel and food to combat personnel
    • Assessing future developments within the Lithuanian armed forces logistics command and their operational effectiveness

    17:40 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    8:50 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    9:00 Assessing the C4I Capabilities of the Hungarian Defence Forces, Force Development and Procurement Challenges

    Colonel Janos Poloskei

    Colonel Janos Poloskei, Command and Control Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command

  • Evaluating the structures and systems currently utilised by the HDF in the field of C4I
  • The challenges of the Force Development in the light of budget considerations and the methods of overcoming this
  • Looking to the future and the implications of integrating new platforms into current systems
     
  • 9:40 Evaluating the Impact of the Hungarian Air Force on Combat Readiness

    Colonel Laszlo Nagy

    Colonel Laszlo Nagy, Air Force Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command

  • Maximising capacity through effective heavy-lift operations
  • Collaboration as a force maximiser
  • The MRO capability of the Air Force as a means of maintaining operational efficiency
  • 10:20 Session Reserved for World Fuel Services

    10:50 Morning Coffee

    11:20 Evaluating the Operational Capabilities of the Slovak Armed Forces and the Continued Transformation and Modernisation of the Logistics Department

    Colonel Ferdinand  Murin

    Colonel Ferdinand Murin, Chief of Staff for Support Operations, Slovak Armed Forces

    • Analysing the strategic airlift capabilities within the Slovak Armed Forces
    • Sustaining NATOs Strategic Airlift International Solution (SALIS) and increasing interoperability through the European Spartan Exercise
    • Maximising equipment life-cycle and long-term maximum use through expert MRO and modernisation programmes
    • Further growth in multinational integrated logistics – value contribution to planned integrated logistics structures of allied partners
    • Exploring collaboration models to encourage cost-savings across logistic directorates; discussing the pooling and sharing of spare parts, joint MRO programmes and joint C2 platform development

    12:30 Examining US Army Europe Operational Capabilities Across Varied Climates and Terrains and the Challenges Posed

    Colonel Jeffery Carter

    Colonel Jeffery Carter, Deputy Chief of Staff, G4 Logistics, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden

    • Optimising USAREUR logistical proficiencies in heavy lift and the transport of significant supply volumes to units spread across Europe
    • Encouraging greater integration within partners to greater coordinate and streamline supply
    • Evaluating the use of Army pre-positioned stocks (APS) to develop strategic mobility and readiness

    13:10 Evaluating the Operational Effectiveness of the Slovenian Armed Forces Logistics Brigade and the Ability to Manage Changeable and Fast-Moving Supply Chain Systems

    Colonel Franc  Kalic

    Colonel Franc Kalic, Commander of Logistic Brigade, Slovenian Armed Forces

    • Analysing the efficiency of the Slovenian Logistics brigade in moving forces and equipment rapidly to provide support in a combat scenario
    • Assessing the uplifts gained from multinational exercises such as Immediate Response 19 and the lessons learned
     

    13:50 Networking Lunch

    14:50 Analysing the Role of the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation (NDLO) in Current Operations Support

    Colonel Stale  Rudilokken

    Colonel Stale Rudilokken, COM, Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization

    • Assessing current capabilities of NDLO in providing optimal strategies and supply chain management
    • Combining experiences learned from Trident Juncture 18 and analysing how these have been operationalised in practice
    • How the NDLO is equipped to deal with the logistical support requirements of the future

    15:30 Optimising Logistic and Mission Capacity through Enhanced Collective Support

    Mr Peter  Venoit

    Mr Peter Venoit, Logistics Vision an Enablement , NATO

    • Evaluating the role of NATO in promoting and enhancing logistical support networks
    • Facilitating the development of multinational logistic solutions in coordination with participating states
    • Evaluating the impact of multinational interoperability exercises on national logistics capabilities

    16:10 Afternoon Tea

    16:40 Analysing How the MLCC Advocates and Supports Smart Logistics Solutions to Guarantee Accurate Supply

    Colonel Daniel Zlatnik

    Colonel Daniel Zlatnik, MLCC Director, MLCC

    • Evaluating MLCC capabilities in ensuring effective supplies of ammunition in logistics chains and assessing future challenges to continued operational efficiency
    • Obstacles to future Joint Capability exercises and effective force deployment and sustainment
    • Case Study: Capable Logistician 2019 – Challenges and solutions from the 3rd international exercise of the series
    • Protecting freedom of movement for future operative effectiveness and the proposed “military Schengen zone”

    17:20 Long Lead Items Support (Industry POV)

    Brigadier General (ret'd) Vladimir Halenka

    Brigadier General (ret'd) Vladimir Halenka, Director, STV GROUP

    • Introduction
    • The nature of long lead items
    • Production specifics in peace, crisis, conflict
    • Prerequisites for assured supplies
    • Thoughts on way ahead
     

    18:00 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

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    FEATURED SPEAKERS

    Brigadier General Zbigniew Poweska

    Brigadier General Zbigniew Poweska

    Chief of Logistics, Polish Armed Forces
    Brigadier Jo Chestnutt

    Brigadier Jo Chestnutt

    Commander 104th Logistic Support Brigade, UK MoD
    Colonel Daniel Zlatnik

    Colonel Daniel Zlatnik

    MLCC Director, MLCC
    Colonel Ferdinand  Murin

    Colonel Ferdinand Murin

    Chief of Staff for Support Operations, Slovak Armed Forces
    Colonel Franc  Kalic

    Colonel Franc Kalic

    Commander of Logistic Brigade, Slovenian Armed Forces
    Colonel Henning Weeke

    Colonel Henning Weeke

    Executive Officer Implementation "Network of Logistic Hubs in Europe", German Armed Forces Logistics Command
    Colonel Istvan Fricz

    Colonel Istvan Fricz

    Land Force Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    Colonel Janos Poloskei

    Colonel Janos Poloskei

    Command and Control Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    Colonel Jeffery Carter

    Colonel Jeffery Carter

    Deputy Chief of Staff, G4 Logistics, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden
    Colonel Laszlo Nagy

    Colonel Laszlo Nagy

    Air Force Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    Colonel Ramunas Baronas

    Colonel Ramunas Baronas

    Logistics Commander, Lithuanian Armed Forces
    Colonel Stale  Rudilokken

    Colonel Stale Rudilokken

    COM, Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization
    Major General Allan Day

    Major General Allan Day

    Director of Logistics Operations, Defense Logistics Agency
    Major General Stefan Muransky

    Major General Stefan Muransky

    Director Support Division, Czech Armed Forces
    Mr Peter  Venoit

    Mr Peter Venoit

    Logistics Vision an Enablement , NATO

    Brigadier General (ret'd) Vladimir Halenka

    Director, STV GROUP
    Brigadier General (ret'd) Vladimir Halenka

    Brigadier General Zbigniew Poweska

    Chief of Logistics, Polish Armed Forces
    Brigadier General Zbigniew Poweska

    Brigadier Jo Chestnutt

    Commander 104th Logistic Support Brigade, UK MoD
    Brigadier Jo Chestnutt

    Colonel Daniel Zlatnik

    MLCC Director, MLCC
    Colonel Daniel Zlatnik

    Colonel Ferdinand Murin

    Chief of Staff for Support Operations, Slovak Armed Forces
    Colonel Ferdinand  Murin

    Colonel Franc Kalic

    Commander of Logistic Brigade, Slovenian Armed Forces
    Colonel Franc  Kalic

    Colonel Henning Weeke

    Executive Officer Implementation "Network of Logistic Hubs in Europe", German Armed Forces Logistics Command
    Colonel Henning Weeke

    Colonel Istvan Fricz

    Land Force Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    Colonel Istvan Fricz

    Colonel Janos Poloskei

    Command and Control Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    Colonel Janos Poloskei

    Colonel Jeffery Carter

    Deputy Chief of Staff, G4 Logistics, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden
    Colonel Jeffery Carter

    Colonel Laszlo Nagy

    Air Force Systems Development Branch, Hungarian Defence Forces Command
    Colonel Laszlo Nagy

    Colonel Ramunas Baronas

    Logistics Commander, Lithuanian Armed Forces
    Colonel Ramunas Baronas

    Colonel Stale Rudilokken

    COM, Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization
    Colonel Stale  Rudilokken

    Major General Allan Day

    Director of Logistics Operations, Defense Logistics Agency
    Major General Allan Day

    Major General Stefan Muransky

    Director Support Division, Czech Armed Forces
    Major General Stefan Muransky

    Mr Deleon Rich

    Commercial Project Manager, Thielmann WEW GmbH
    Mr Deleon Rich

    Mr Gunner Couce

    Director of Manufacturing and Sales, Bullet ID Corporation
    Mr Gunner Couce

    Mr Jan Gerhard-de Vries

    Business Development Manager, GOFA Gacher Fahrzeugbau GmbH
    Mr Jan Gerhard-de Vries

    Mr Jason Trubenbach

    Director Business Development, Crowley Government Services
    Mr Jason Trubenbach

    Mr Johann Braun

    CEO, BR International Consulting Services GmbH
    Mr Johann Braun

    Mr Peter Venoit

    Logistics Vision an Enablement , NATO
    Mr Peter  Venoit

    Mr Stephen M. Moody

    Director , US Army Futures Command
    Mr Stephen M. Moody

    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    VENUE

    Novotel Budapest Centrum

    Rákóczi út 43-45, Budapest, Hungary

    Hotel Novotel Budapest Centrum 4* is a beautiful 100 years old building in art nouveau style, located in the city centre, close to Keleti railway station. Easy access by public transport (metro and tram stations are next to the hotel) or car. Many key attractions are within 10-15 minutes’ walk.
    Standard rooms are equipped with 48” LCD TV (international channels), coffee-and tea making facilities, minibar. Café Palace restaurant await our guests with live piano music, Hungarian and International tastes. We offer free entrance into our fitness room, jacuzzi, sauna. Free WiFi is available in the entire Hotel.

    A number of our clients have been approached by third party organisations offering to book hotel rooms. We would advise that you do not book through them as they are not representing the SMi Group. SMi Group books all hotel rooms directly. If you are approached by a third party organisation then please contact us before making any bookings. If you have already booked a hotel room using a third party organisation, we would highly recommend contacting the hotel you were booked into to ensure a booking has been made for you. We would also advise you to please check the terms and conditions of the booking carefully.
    HOTEL BOOKING FORM

    Sponsors and Exhibitors


    Bullet ID Corporation

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    https://www.bulletidentification.com/

    The Bullet ID system is an advanced, all encompassing inventory management and accountability system which tracks ammunition. Bullet ID utilizes specialized laser technology to place a unique bar code onto each brass cartridge of the bullet as well as the packaging in which the ammunition is contained in. The identifying code marking is scanned onto a proprietary, blockchain-based tracking system. The code can be scanned on site by permitted subscribers using the Bullet ID smartphone scanning app, to record any issuance, use, transfer or destruction of the bullet. The software also allows customers to see in real time, their full deployment of ammunition resources throughout their entire agency.

    Bullet ID systems can be easily integrated with existing manufacturing lines or used as a stand-alone system to mark ammunition post production.



    GOFA Gocher Fahrzeugbau GmbH

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://www.gofa.de/



    KH, Inc

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://www.khinc.com

    KH, Inc. - Offers Aviation and Marine fuel procurement and logistic solutions for Military and Government operators including contract fuel management, open market procurement, and payment solutions. KHI is the exclusive contractor of the U.S. Government AIR Card® and SEA Card® programs.


    THIELMANN WEW

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    https://thielmann.com/

    THIELMANN WEW is a world leader in containerised fuel and water systems for the military and civil defence markets. Ranging in size from 200L to 50,000L, THIELMANN WEW pressure vessels are approved to transport and store fuel and water across air, land and sea logistics chains worldwide. THIELMANN WEW’s ISO-based solutions are compatible with US and European palletised load-handling systems and can be transported on 6×6, 8×8, 10×10 logistics vehicles. Low-profile solutions for 4×4 vehicles are also available. The THIELMANN WEW advantage lies in the company’s engineering excellence. All our container systems are built to meet specific customer requirements, and can be 100% tailored to meet operational envelopes. In addition to building tanks to the highest standards, THIELMANN WEW specialises in complex pumping and preservation for water supply and refuelling of land and rotary / fixed-wing assets. THIELMANN WEW supports these systems through their entire lifecycle (25 years or more), supporting, repairing and maintaining equipment as needed.


    World Fuel Services

    Sponsors and Exhibitors
    http://www.wfscorp.com

    As a leading fuel solutions and logistics provider for; industries, militaries and governments around the globe, World Fuel Services (A Fortune 100 Company – NYSE INT: 93) delivers integrated fuel solutions to customers in the marine, land, and aviation segments. With expertise in: fuel supply, logistics, operations, technology, and finance, we provide end-to-end support so that our customers can focus on their core business. Additionally, through a careful programme of growth and acquisition we have developed the company to suit particular markets, importantly retaining the local feel within that market and yet bringing the strength and stability of a truly global company.

    We operate in more than 3,000 airports, 1,200 sea ports and 1,000 fuel stations and depots in 200 countries and territories – with one million barrels of liquid products supplied every day and two million financial transactions processed every year, amounting to a strong balance sheet of $33 billion in 2017.

    Highly successful in the traditional market space, World Fuel Services are considered the experts when it comes to operating in challenging environments, be that in support of military operations, such as our comprehensive service provision in Afghanistan, or mining and industrial operations in hot and cold inhospitable parts of the world.

    In the volatile energy market, when fuel quality and surety of supply are key to the success of your business or operations, World Fuel Services is the strong, trusted partner that you need.


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    Novotel Budapest Centrum

    Rákóczi út 43-45
    Budapest 1088
    Hungary

    Novotel Budapest Centrum

    Hotel Novotel Budapest Centrum 4* is a beautiful 100 years old building in art nouveau style, located in the city centre, close to Keleti railway station. Easy access by public transport (metro and tram stations are next to the hotel) or car. Many key attractions are within 10-15 minutes’ walk.
    Standard rooms are equipped with 48” LCD TV (international channels), coffee-and tea making facilities, minibar. Café Palace restaurant await our guests with live piano music, Hungarian and International tastes. We offer free entrance into our fitness room, jacuzzi, sauna. Free WiFi is available in the entire Hotel.

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