What have we learned post-covid? How will the geopolitical situation affect our supply chains?
Join us for an interesting and social evening with a macro update from Chief Economist Øystein Dørum, and insights from the biggest players in the maritime industry – Wilhelmsen and Kongsberg Maritime – on how they have solved challenges in their supply chain during the last years. You will also get an update on 3D printing of spare parts for ships.
Time and location
17.00-20.00, Tuesday 22 November
Venue: Wilhelmsen, Strandveien 20, Lysaker
Register within 15 November
🔹 Click here to register
- Welcome address by Christian Berg – CFO of Wilhelmsen Group
- Presentation by Øystein Dørum, Chief Economist at The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO)
- Presentation by Kristina Rø – Vice President Product Management & Planning at Wilhelmsen Ships Service
- Presentation by Håkon Ellekjær – Head of Venture, Additive Manufacturing at Wilhelmsen
- Presentation by Rob Anthony – SVP Global Supply Chain in Kongsberg Maritime
- Food, drinks and mingling after the presentations
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Øystein Dørum, Chief Economist at The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO)
Øystein Dørum worked in the Ministry of Finance’s Economic Policy Department from 1988 to 1995, rising to Deputy Director General and head of the National Budget Office. He served as an advisor to the European Commission in 1993. He has subsequently held the position of Senior Economist with Sparebanken NOR (1995–98) and Chief Economist with DNB (1998–2016).
Øystein Dørum earned a master’s degree in economics (cand.oecon) from the University of Oslo in 1987, having also studied a foundation course in social anthropology (1986). He gained an MSc in Politics of the World Economy from the LSE in 1988 and became an Authorised Financial Analyst in 1998.
Kristina Rø – Vice President Product Management & Planning at Wilhelmsen Ships Service
Kristina has worked with Supply Chain Management, Product Management and Planning since 2017.
Wilhelmsen’s Ships Service has the largest maritime supply network in the world, they are active in 2,000 port and in 125 countries worldwide. Supplying market-leading marine solutions they made product deliveries to 27,500 vessels last year.
Prior to starting with Wilhelmsen Kristina was 5 years with Capgemini Consulting. She graduated from NTNU with a MSc. in Industrial Economics and Technology Management.
Håkon Ellekjær – Head of Venture, Additive Manufacturing at Wilhelmsen
Håkon works in Singapore and part of Wilhelmsen’s Open Innovation team. He is responsible for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) venture for Marine & Offshore Parts, offering a solution that is reducing supply chain costs and delivery times while minimizing the impact on the environment by producing parts on-demand close to the point of need. Håkon has been with Wilhelmsen since 2018 and worked with Business Transformation, he has a background as Senior Management Consultant with Capgemini Invent and as an analyst with Rystad Energy.
Håkon’s educational background is from NTNU from where he holds a MSc. in Industrial Economics and Technology Management.
Rob Anthony – SVP Global Supply Chain in Kongsberg Maritime
Rob has 24 years of experience in Procurement, Supply Chain and Project Management, joining Kongsberg Maritime in 2019 and living in Norway for 2 years.
Prior to working in Kongsberg Maritime, Rob worked in Rolls-Royce Plc in the Civil Aerospace, Defence Aerospace and Marine sectors, starting as a logistics graduate in 1998.