4th Vietnam Footwear

Summit 2019

HOW THE NEW CONSUMER TRENDS DRIVE THE WHOLE INDUSTRY ADAPTION TOWARDS MORE SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN MODELS

The 4th Vietnam Footwear Summit was held in Ho Chi Minh City from March 20-21, 2019. The summit dove into a deep analysis of the footwear supply chain, Vietnam labor management and advanced manufacturing technology. Achieving its objective, the event provided attendees with a better understanding of the Vietnam footwear industry development status and helped discover business opportunities. The summit highlighted the benefits of investing in advanced technology through national favorable policies. These benefits include the promotion of industrial upgrading and enhancement of its sustainable development capability. 

Summit Highlights

  • Footwear Industry in Vietnam – Opportunities, Challenges and Actions

 

  • Impacts of FTAs on Vietnam Footwear Export

 

  • An Analysis of US/China Trade War and its Impact on Vietnam Footwear Industry

 

  • EVFTA and Vietnam’s Tax & Customs Challenges

 

  • Panel Discussion: How Vietnam Footwear Enterprises Keep the Competitiveness under the Ever-Changing Global Trade Policy

 

  • 20 Plus Years on the Path – Lean and Advance Manufacturing

 

  • Change Management Best Practice to Transform Production Planning to Improve Supply Reliability and Factory Utilization

 

  • Sustainability Initiatives during the Manufacture of Footwear Materials

 

  • Covestro TPU & PUR Sustainability Solutions

 

  • How to Improve the Speed to Market and Shorten Production Calendars through Digital Design and Development

 

 

  • Material Exchange and Its Impact on the Footwear Industry

 

  • Collaborative & Data Driven Models for Material Procurement

 

  • Global Footwear Manufacturing Evolution

 

  • Panel Discussion: Industry 4.0- Digital Transformation in Footwear Supply Chain

 

 

  • Labour Obligations under the CP TPP and EVFTA, and their implications on Industrial Relations

 

  • Garment and Footwear Manufacturing in the Digital Age – The Need for Real-Time Visibility and Data Driven Decision-Making Modern Model of a Shoe Factory in 4.0 Arena

WHAT IT WAS ABOUT

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