Innovations, highlights and best practices from supply chain management (SCM) and logistics in mechanical and plant engineering – this is what awaits participants at the Supply Chain Forum Southwest organized by the German Logistics Association (BVL). As a follow-up to the popular “Logistikmanufaktur”, the event will take place on February 9, 2023 at the Service & Supply Chain Campus of Robert Bosch GmbH in Stuttgart-Feuerbach. As a Gold Partner of the event as well as a project partner of Bosch in several business units and warehouses, TUP will be on site to present itself to the visitors.

When: Thursday, February 9, 2023, 08:30 am to 5:00 pm
Where: Bosch Service & Supply Chain Campus, Bregenzer Strasse 26, 70469 Stuttgart, Germany

In addition to selected presentations from Electrolux, Carl Zeiss, SEW Eurodrive, and Bosch itself, the forum provides a platform for the exchange of ideas and information between decision-makers and experts from the industry. In addition to the event topics Control Tower in SCM and Digitalization in Product Lifecycle Management, a deep dive into the industry standards Omlox and VDA 5050 will also be part of the program.

The event, which is limited to 100 attendees, will be rounded out by an interesting social program. In addition to an exclusive tour of the Bosch plant in Feuerbach, where the focus will be on Logistics 4.0 applications in the presence of project managers, a number of selected solution providers will also be presenting themselves. As a multiple intralogistics project partner of Bosch, TUP will have its own booth and will be available to answer questions about sophisticated warehouse management solutions.

The Supply Chain Forum Southwest with its multifaceted offer under the motto “Mechanical Engineering Meets Logistics” as well as the hand-picked trade exhibition creates an optimal framework to expand one’s own knowledge, to get new ideas and to expand one’s professional network. The TUP team of experts is looking forward to interesting meetings and a lively exchange.


You can find the program (german language) under this link.

The target group for the event is logistics and supply chain managers from the mechanical and plant engineering sector, from manufacturers and suppliers to consultants.

Event is fully booked. There is a waiting list for places that become available (website available in german only).


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