Seminar: MOROCCO, LOGISTICS HUB FOR AFRICA

Fri, 27 May 2016 19:00 - 21:00
Yassine EL BADAOUI Fatine Slaoui Monsif Moumni Mehdi + 11 more participants
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As part of MBC-J’s strong commitment to its members’ personal development, Innovation Center working unit in collaboration with Think Tank Working Unit is cordially inviting you to attend a seminar entitled: "Morocco, Logistics Hub For Africa - SNTL Group Case Study"

Abstract:
This Seminar will focus on Morocco's position as a very attractive regional logistics hub and the key role that SNTL is playing in Morocco’s ambition to become a major logistics hub for Africa.

Morocco now ranks 16th worldwide in maritime connectivity and 30th in terms of cross-border trade, according to the report "Doing Business" of the World Bank.

SNTL was founded in 1937 and is the leading company for freight transportation and warehousing in Morocco, with more than 20 million tonnes of goods transported each year and an annual turnover of more than $85 million.

Date/Time: May 27th (Fri) , 2016 @ 19:00 (open door @ 18:30)
Title: Morocco, Logistics Hub For Africa - SNTL Group Case Study
Speaker: Mohamed Anouar Jamali, Ph.D. (SNTL Innovation Center, Director)
Place: 4-13-1 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo (東京都港区芝浦4-13-1)
Assembly Room No. 1 (第1集会室), Shibaura Konan Community Center

Agenda (draft)
19:00 Opening introduction
19:05 Introduction about SNTL & its activities
19:30 Morocco as a logistics hub for Africa
20:00 Q&A and Discussions
20:45 Closing

Biography
Mr. Mohamed Anouar Jamali is Director of SNTL Innovation Centre 'Tamayuz Supply Chain' and board member of the SNTL group. Tamayuz aims to build resilient and efficient supply chain, through technological innovation, certification and applied research.

Affiliate Professor at EMINES of Polytechnic University Mohamed VI UM6P (OCP Group), Mr. A. Jamali served, from 2009 to 2015, as R&D Director of Engineering school ESITH (Casablanca).

He holds a PhD in Industrial Engineering from Laval University in Canada and a PhD in Management Science from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium. Mr. Jamali has rich experience in Supply Chain teaching, consulting and research in Europe, Canada, Japan & Morocco.

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