The 2016 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature may have written this epic song some 50 years ago, but today it most certainly applies to the chemical industry. This industry has outperformed almost every other sector in terms of growth, profitability and overall financial performance over the last decade. Oh yes, it’s been a great industry to be in. But the tide is turning…

Last April, bluecrux attented LogiPharma, the largest global event bringing together supply chain professionals from top pharma companies. To be honest, we were amazed by the open, honest and constructive atmosphere that ran through all the sessions. In the light of that openness, we, on our turn, gladly share the 2 takeaways that resonated most with our interlocutors. 

Bluecrux presents IBP project with Tereos and innovative LightsOutPlanning tool at Supply Chain Innovations On 23 March bluecrux participated in the Supply Chain Innovations event. In the morning Valérie Vandenbroucke had the honor to co-present the Integrated Business Planning project we’ve been running with Tereos; in the afternoon Koen Jaspers gave a glimpse of supply chain future by detailing on the LightsOutPlanning tool we’re developing. A quick run through the highlights of the day in a 3-minute read.

Many companies are interested in understanding the concepts of “Industry 4.0”. In addition, they are eager to know how those concepts could help them to transform. Nevertheless, why is there no vision on Supply Chain 4.0? The same question occurred to Lora Cecere, the founder of Supply Chain Insight, and she reflects on this in her recent blog “Time for Value Chain 4.0?”