14:30 - 16:00 Supply chain models
This session investigates the theory and models of procurement and supply chain, and will provide some examples to demonstrate how to optimize wind component costs.
- Differentiate procurement and supply chain approaches
- Understand how technical innovation can lower procurement costs
- Understand the importance of lifetime costs
Lead Session Chair:
Kirsten Tracht, Bremen Institute for Mechanical Engineering, Germany
Thorsten Landau, GE, Germany
Salla Lutz (1) F Tove Brink (1) Svend Ole Madsen (1)
(1) University of Southern Denmark, Esbjerg, Denmark
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Salla Lutz is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Southern Denmark, Department of Environmental and Business Economics. She holds MSc in Business Administration from the University of Helsinki and obtained a PhD degree within sourcing and companies’ transformation processess from the Copenhagen Business School in 2009. Beside the academic qualifications, Salla Lutz has more than 15 years of working experience in business development positions from the private and public sector in Denmark. Her research interests include upstream B2B-relationships and companies' purchasing practices in the contexts of the woodworking industry and the offshore wind farm projects.