In the case of the next wave of Covid-19, the organizer reserves the right to change the formula of the meeting to a remote form.

About congress


The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) is organizing the most important supply chain event this year

During the conference you have the opportunity to:

It remains to start the conference


The organizers



The program of the 2021 edition will be filled with speeches and presentations by our best speakers in recent years.

Keynote speakers:


University of Missouri - St. Louis


Cranfield University


LeanCor Supply Chain Group


Kozminski University






PPH Ewa-Bis Sp. z o.o.


Solutions & Decisions




Logopak East Sp. z o.o.





Raben Group




IPP Poland






Raben Group









Golden Sponsors

Sponsors 2020


Are you interested in sponsorship or other possibilities of partnership cooperation?
Check the available options and choose the one that suits you best.


Logo + Port of Koper300

Technical partner



International Committee


Marc Baxa


Brian Gibson


Miquel Serracanta

CSCMP European Committee


Soenke Kuehl


Jeroen Bolt


Guillermina Rodriguez


Helmut Leiner


Igino Colella


Tobias Jonasson


Len Pannett


Sebastian Jarzębowski


Vira Dobachevska

Organising Committee


Sebastian Jarzębowski


Grzegorz Mazurek


Marek Marzec


Mirosław Antonowicz


Tomasz Gonsior


Michał Kossowski


Contact persons to provide information.

Aleksandra Tokarz

Diana Efendiyeva

Conference participants can use the parking lot of the Arche Hotel at Al. Krakowska 237. The hotel has an underground paid car park for hotel and conference guests. Price: 10PLN/h , 30 PLN/day

George A. Zsidisin

, Ph.D. (Arizona State University), CPSM, C.P.M., is the John W. Barriger III Professor and Director of the Supply Chain Risk and Resilience Research (SCR3) Institute at the University of Missouri – St. Louis. Professor Zsidisin’s research focuses on how firms assess and manage risk associated with supply disruptions and price volatility in their supply chains. He has published over 80 research and practitioner articles and seven books, including Supply Chain Risk: A Handbook on Assessment, Management and Performance; Managing Commodity Price Volatility: A Supply Chain Management Perspective; Handbook for Supply Chain Risk Management: Case Studies, Effective Practices, and Emerging Trends; and Revisiting Supply Chain Risk. His research on supply chain risk has been funded by the AT&T Foundation and IBM, and he has received numerous awards, such as from the Institute for Supply Management, Deutsche Post, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, and the Decision Sciences Institute. Further, he is one of the founding members of the International Supply Chain Risk Management (ISCRiM) network, teaches and leads discussions on supply chain management and risk with various Executive Education Programs and numerous companies in the U.S. and Europe, is co-Editor Emeritus of the Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management and serves on the Editorial Review Board for several academic supply chain journals.

Michael Bourlakis

Professor Michael Bourlakis is the Director of Research and the Head of the Logistics, Procurement & Supply Chain Management Group at Cranfield School of Management (UK). Michael is an internationally renowned authority in logistics and supply chain management. He has won more than 27 research and consulting projects totalling of more than £27.5 million and he has generated more than 250 publications including more than 65 journal papers. His work has received considerable attention by media (BBC News, ITV News, The Guardian, Wall Street Journal). He has worked with / consulted most leading retailers in the world as well as numerous multinational organisations (Carrefour, DHL, Knight Frank, Metro, Sonae). Since 2017, he has been an Expert Panel Member for TESCO on a “Future of Food Advisory Panel”  chaired by TESCO’s CEO Dave Lewis. He has consulted in numerous occasions the European Commission and he has been a Chair and Keynote Speaker for leading logistics conferences worldwide. He has led Doctoral Workshops for the European Logistics Association, BVL (Germany) and the U.K. Logistics Research Network. He is a Visiting Professor at various universities, he sits on the Editorial Board of numerous academic journals and he has co-edited three books.

Robert O. Martichenko

Robert O. Martichenko is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of LeanCor Supply Chain Group. LeanCor Supply Chain Group is a trusted supply-chain partner with a mission to advance the world’s supply chains. Robert is an industry thought leader and has spent over 25 years learning and implementing lean and operational excellence with a focus on end-to-end supply chain management across a wide array of industries. Robert Martichenko’s mission is to embrace the role of the “Human CEO” where respect, empathy, relationships, education, courage and critical thinking still matter for businesses to remain relevant and competitive. As a professional speaker, Robert addresses topics such as “Building Cultures of Continuous Improvement,” “The Power of Narrative Leadership,” “Discovering Hidden Profit,” and “Make Work Meaningful: The Human CEO’s Strategy.” He volunteers on multiple advisory boards and educational institutions, and has received several prominent industry awards. Most notably, he received the Distinguished Service Award from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), the highest recognition achievable for professionals in the supply chain industry. Robert has written several business books, most recently, Discovering Hidden Profit. His other books include two Shingo Research award-winning books: People: A leader’s day-to-day guide to building, managing, and sustaining lean organizations and Building a Lean Fulfillment Stream. Additionally, Robert is the author of Everything I Know About Lean I Learned in First Grade and Lean Six Sigma Logistics. His debut novel, Drift and Hum, has won multiple awards including the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Gold Winner Award for Best First Book-Fiction. He has also written two children’s books, It’s Perfect Being Me and A Day Well Spent. Robert complements his professional experience with a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, an MBA in Finance, and a Six Sigma Black Belt. Born in Timmins, Ontario, Canada, he and his family have lived in the United States for the past two decades.

Prof. Sebastian Jarzebowski

Scientific Director of Logistics & Procurement Center, Kozminski University

President of Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) in Poland, Professor at Department of Economics and Scientific Director of Logistics & Procurement Research Center at Kozminski University.

Prof. Jarzebowski has many years of experience in teaching activities in field of information technologies in logistics, business process modeling and supply chain management. The scientific and research activities focuses on the efficiency of companies, supply chain management and logistics. He is an author of several dozen publications including international ones. Prof. Jarzebowski made multiple foreign research stays at the Universities of Bonn, Hamburg and Halle, as well as Visiting Professorship at the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University, USA and at the University of Bonn, Germany. Prof. Jarzebowski is a scholarship holder of the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), the Schaumann Foundation and others. He is a coordinator of domestic and international projects in the field of logistics and supply chain management.

Tomasz Gonsior

Posiada rozległe doświadczenie w zarządzaniu projektami zakupowymi w różnych branżach, samochodowej, maszynowej, medycznej i handlowej. Przez kilka lat pracował w centrali zakupowej jednego z wiodących niemieckich producentów samochodów. Od 2010 pracuje w firmie OptiBuy, gdzie przez 8 lat odpowiadał  za pion konsultingu. Od dwóch lat odpowiedzialny za sprzedaż i wdrożenia narzędzia Ivalua (e- procurement) na rynku DACH. Od 2016 roku z ramienia OptiBuy odpowiedzialny za tworzenie programu dydaktycznego na studiach podyplomowych Zarządzanie Zakupami na ALK, gdzie również wykłada. Regularnie występuje na konferencjach branżowych w kraju i za granicą, gdzie dzieli się swoją rozległą wiedzą zakupową z uczestnikami.

Phd Mirosław Andrzej Antonowicz

content supervisor of master's studies in logistics and supply chain management as well as postgraduate studies Logistics in management and Purchase management at Kozminski University

Member of the Management Board

Mirosław Antonowicz – PhD in economics in management sciences, Certified e.g. “Senior Logistics” European Logistics Asociates Brussels, Business Trainer.

Researcher of Leon Kozminski Academy – College of Management, Professor of Leon Kozminski Academy – Department of Marketing, Head of Postgraduate Studies in ALK in Logistics Management, Purchasing Management, Head of Certified Master’s Studies in Logistics and Supply Chain Management of Leon Kozminski Academy.  Director at the International Science and Business Centre (LPC) in logistics, transport and purchasing at ALK

Active Manager of the Transport, Forwarding and Logistics mSector (TSL), among others, President and Vice President of the Office of Rail Transportation 2006-2010,  Member of the Board of Grupy PKP in the years 2017-2020, Chairman and member of many Supervisory Boards e.g. Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board of PKP CARGO S.A. in the years 2017-2020., Member of the Polish Logistics Society, Member of the Association of Managers and Experts of Rail Transport in KIG. Former expert and member of the Bureau (two terms) of the Logistics, Logistics and Transport Processes Section – Transport Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2007-2014).

Currently, President of the International Organisation for Railway Cooperation of the OSZD and Member of the Scientific Council of the Railway Institute

Co-author of 3 monographs and 5 compact practical studies in the field of transport. Author of more than 200 scientific articles in the field of management, transport, marketing, logistics. Participant or manager of more than 20 different types of research and advisory programmes

Dr. M. Antonowicz has been or is a member of the Scientific Councils of several journals in the field of transport and logistics, e.g. “Logistics and Transport “Transport “Transport Review”, “Rail Transport Technology”; permanent collaborator, “Eurologistics and “Logistics and Quality”. Organizer and Participant of many international and national conferences and seminars.

Marek Marzec

He graduated of the Warsaw Agricultural University, SGGW – Faculty of Food Technology in 1975. The first 15 years worked in the Polish food industry. He started as a production engineer in a fruit and vegetable processing plant and then from the Union level as Production Inspector coordinated the development of new products in 22 production plants located throughout Poland. The next 13 years continued his professional career at the Agricultural Cooperative as production manager, board member and chairman of the board (10 years). In 1993 he started work at the large international company METRO Group. Initially a Merchandiser of food products and later promoted to Deputy Director of Sales Makro Cash and Carry Polska. In 1998, after training in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and the USA, he was responsible for the first private label project in Poland and then coordinated the development of private food and non food products in Metro Group International, Macro Czech Republic, Metro Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey. In parallel he worked as a member of the international team preparing METRO Group’s new investments in Russia, Ukraine and Croatia. In 2001, he was promoted to the position of CEE Quality Assurance Supervisor with the task of coordinating quality assurance in the Metro Group: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Serbia, Croatia, Ukraine and Russia. Supporting the development of Private Label and International Purchasing. Since 2003 he has been a Metro Representative in Globalgap and IFS. In 2010, he began working as an independent business development consultant in the areas of export-import and retail. It works with IFS. Over 25 years he has held periodic roles in the boards of several companies (EWA-BIS Group) operating in various business fields in Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Germany and Canada. Mr. Marek Marzec has written many articles in specialist journals. He gave lectures at international conferences in Warsaw, Paris, Berlin, Dusseldorf, London, Madrid, Sofia, Zagreb, Belgrade, Bucharest, Prague, Budapest, Kiev, Tbilisi, Baku, Moscow, Toronto and Chicago.

Miquel Serracanta

Advisor with + 27 years of Supply Chain and Human resources combined experience: 16 years as Multinational Executive & Manager plus 11yers as Independent Advisor, Headhunter & Coach

Since 2009 transforming businesses in three key axes of businesses (Organization-Talent, Processes and Tools-Methodologies-Technologies), both in Family and Multinational companies from markets like: Consumer Goods, Retail, Industrial, Pharma, Wholesalers, 3PL, e-commerce, Technology.


  • CSCMP International Advisor since 2018 (Former President Spain Roundtable from 2010 to 2017)
  • Director Supply Chain Masters at EAE Business School Barcelona, since 2014
  • Executive Committee member Cambra Oficial Comerç Industria, Serveis Terrassa/Demarcació (BCN)


  • Business Management Degree & MBA ESADE-Universitat Ramón Llull at BARCELONA
  • Certified Supply Chain Professional, by APICS (2011)
  • SC Pro-Certificate: Level One & Level 2, by CSCMP (2012 & 2013)
  • Certified Coach ACC, by ICF (International Coach Federation) (2020)

Mateusz Borowiecki

Wieloletni praktyk, pasjonat, ekspert branży zakupowej. Ma ponad 15 lat doświadczenia w zarządzaniu międzynarodowymi projektami zakupowymi i konsultingowymi ( w sektorze finansowym, medycznym). To specjalista we wdrożeniach kompleksowych systemów zakupowych oraz narzędzi IT (Ivalua, NextBuy). Zarządzał projektami optymalizacyjnymi na skalę europejską oraz globalną. Swoją wiedzą i doświadczeniem chętnie dzieli się w ramach konferencji branżowych, spotkań, szkoleń, wykładów dla studentów (ALK w Warszawie oraz WSB we Wrocławiu). Jest autorem licznych publikacji dot. zarządzania łańcuchem dostaw.

Sebastian Brownik

Sebastian Bownik is the Technical and Commercial Director at Logopak East and is responsible for the company’s strategy and development. He has 15 years of experience in the labeling industry with self-adhesive labels. He completed 300 projects and participated in the installation of over 1000 machines in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, Ukraine and Romania. Student of Business Psychology at the SWPS University in Warsaw. Hobby: personal development, sport, permaculture, carpentry.

Andrzej Siess

At the beginning of 90’s  Andrzej Siess last century he has begun to cooperate with Raben, which established its logistics business 28 years ago in Poland. Now days Raben Group is operating in 13 countries included Poland and CEE region.

Employ 10.000 people, have 1.000.000 sqm for rent and run 8.000 trucks in daily business

Andrzej Siess has worked as Board Adviser to Raben Group Management for many years,

Represent Raben in Foreign Chambers of Commerce as well as Domestic and International Institutions like Polish Chamber of Commerce, Polish Foreign Investment Agency and Trade and many others in Poland.

Andrzej Zawistowski

Senior International Manager z udokumentowanym trzydziestoletnim doświadczeniem pracy w środowiskach międzynarodowych, tworzący i efektywnie zarządzający zespołami d/s logistyki, dystrybucji, zakupów oraz strategicznych stosunków z dostawcami, na szczeblu lokalnym, regionalnym oraz globalnym. Posiada wieloletnią praktykę w kierowaniu ludźmi i zarządzaniu projektami w zakresie Global Supply Chain (koszty produktu, zakupy i zarządzanie relacjami z dostawcami, transport, gospodarka magazynowa, planowanie sprzedaży i produkcji, dystrybucja wyrobów gotowych wraz z pełną obsługą klienta, itp.).

Zdobył bogate doświadczenie w optymalizacji procesów i wdrażaniu kompleksowych platform informatycznych – J.D. Edwards, SAP i Oracle. Wieloletni negocjator, posiadający umiejętności przekonywania i realizacji efektywnych kosztowo optymalnych rozwiązań w kompleksowych i wymagających organizacjach.

Pracując ponad 13 lat w jednym z największych światowych koncernów tytoniowych, stworzył od podstaw organizację odpowiedzialną za zarządzanie łańcuchem dostaw w zakładzie produkcyjnym w Polsce, a następnie w centrali koncernu był odpowiedzialny za globalne zakupy w obszarze nieprodukcyjnym.

Po powrocie do Polski zbudował jedną z pierwszych w kraju Grupę Zakupową z udziałem 10 dużych firm i przez kolejne lata był odpowiedzialny za negocjacje globalnych kontraktów w imieniu Grupy.

Od ponad 8 lat działa społecznie w Polskim Stowarzyszeniu Menedżerów Logistyki i Zakupów PSML jako Członek Zarządu. Prowadzi wiele szkoleń i warsztatów zakupowych w całej Polsce oraz jest odpowiedzialny z stronę merytoryczną największej w Polsce Konferencji Zakupowej POLZAK.

Tomasz Sączek

Managing Director IPP Poland. 20 years’ of experience in senior logistics roles for leading retailers and white goods manufacturers. He has completed numerous successful supply chain optimization projects. He specializes in re-definition of supply chain strategy, optimization of logistics processes and cost cutting solutions. Member of Polish and international logistic organizations – international advisor for the largest logistic organization (Gulf region) with head offices in Dubai. Trainer certified by House of Skills. Lecturer in Kozminsky University in Warsaw. Regularly invited as a speaker at supply chain conferences in Poland and abroad.

Roger Boons

To be successful you definitely need inspiring & visionary leadership skills, professional & business experience,  action oriented vision, product knowledge, positive & kind mindset, market intelligence, a strong & intense desire to achieve ultimate & defined goals in combination with a superior product & on top of everything… PASSION! The last 34 years I was lucky to take on various professional challenges in different capacities on a global scale that today enable me to have a highly specialized knowledge & view of the total Fresh Produce Chain. I have a proven record of many successful & exciting projects with a specialization in fresh produce, high quality & demanding flows & I am extremely… PASSIONED ABOUT THE ‘END-TO-END CONCEPT’! From source to supermarket shelf, in a full transparent model, every link clearly defined and monitored according to the highest achievable quality standards… THIS IS WHERE I BELIEVE IN! Cost efficiency, trustful & clear communication channels, value added logistics, supportive “tailor made” software, systems & procedures to improve efficiencies in productivity, performance & reporting! A professionally managed supply chain improves your bottom line as a result of higher efficiencies & transparency & gives you the opportunity to focus on market oriented activities! JUST DO IT! What are my key competences?  
  • Hands on “people manager” with a strong focus on “team building” & “team involvement”.
  • Born communicator driven by the power of kindness.
  • Visionary & inspiring leader.
  • Skilled professional with a wide experience in The Fresh Produce Industry & “Supply Chain Solutions” specialised in the FMCG.
  • Established a global network of producers / exporters / importers / distributors / retailers / wholesalers in the fresh produce world.
  • Loyal team player with a proven record in achieving companies key goals & objectives & implementing “change” processes
  What are my key objectives?  
  • Customer satisfaction as priority number 1.
  • Achieve the companies key goals & objectives in view of budgets/forecasts & expected P&L accounts.
  • Create teams with honest, loyal, respectful & responsible members who contribute to achieve the companies key goals & objectives & vision.
  • Involve all “team players” in the processes & let them participate in the creation of key goals & objectives.
  • Achieve & master long term relationships with clients, service providers & stake holders.
  Current Project:
  • Commercial Director – Greenyard Logistics Poland since February 2018 – present
Greenyard Logistics Poland aims to be the preferred choice as trusted partner in designing creative, transparent & sustainable supply chain solutions, exclusively focused on  food products that require a fast, direct and dedicated approach”. Greenyard Logistics Poland has a passion for the “end-to-end” concept and establishes relations between sustainable producers & exporters of food products  on a global scale and importers, distributors, retailers & wholesalers who share the same believes. Greenyard Logistics Poland believes that every consumer has the right to get access to sustainable, high quality food products. Greenyard Logistics Poland is very aware of the trends in food consumption and production. The first choice has to be determined by “local for local”.  Respecting the seasons is the way to go! Good growing practice and eating quality are extremely important. The supply chain, every delivery, be it local or global, has to be driven by values to achieve minimum food waste:  “Greenyard Logistics Poland wants to contribute to a better world”.  All partners of Greenyard Logistics Poland have to believe in the same values.   Highlights (10/1985 – 05/2017):
  • Commercial DirectorErontrans Group – Pruszcz Gdanski / Poland (02/2016 – 05/2017)
  • Managing Director – Cargofruit based in Gdansk / Poland (01/2015 – 12/2015)
  • Norbert Dentressangle Logistics Antwerp – Interim Customer Service Manager & Interim Business Development Manager based in Antwerp. Responsibilities: Restructuring the Customer Service department. Reactivate and  re-establish service level agreements with customers. Establishing a reporting structure towards Senior Management. Develop new business opportunities.
  • Cool Chain Group Logistics -Managing Director based in De Lier – Rotterdam / Holland: the tasks consist specifically from the governing CCG Logistics in accordance with the statutes and rules as recorded by the board of the company, in such a way that CCG Logistics’ profitability and the continuity is guaranteed. Responsible for the turnaround of CCG Logistics by increasing the (re-)structuring of the sea freight department (meaning customs clearance and warehouse) and transport as well as the acquisition of new customers.As a service provider, CCG Logistics offers a “full supply chain” solution from producer/exporter till end consumer (DC supermarket) from an “independent and dedicated” perspective with only one goal: full customer satisfaction.
  • General Manager of Univeg Services Antwerp nv and Fruitpack Antwerp nv.: Full responsibility of all operational/logistical activities in the port of Antwerp in both companies. Main goal is the reorganisation and restructuring of existing operations to fully integrate them in the Univeg Group of Companies. Direct reporting to Board of Directors. Establish correct contracts with all service providers – create transparent organisation with motivated team of people. Achieve cost efficiency. Implementation of SAP computer system. Part of supply chain workgroup involved in reviewing the Supply Chain of the Overseas Flows to Europe for the Univeg Group.
  • Country Manager EFT Poland: on request of EFT Belgium, realizing the split between the different companies Univeg Logistics Poland – Univeg Trade Poland – Univeg Exploitation Poland and EFT Polska as a separate independent Business Unit. Make the transport business more cost efficient, develop new business opportunities, intensify cooperation with service providers and create basis for consistent growth and profitability.
  • Part of workgroup with Red Prairie to develop and install “Dispatcher” – host + WMS system for FFT in Civita Vecchia – banana terminal near Rome.
  • Project leader for instalment of same system at CSC in Flushing for the discharge initially of potatoes from Israel – Agrexco.
  • Enzafruit New Zealand Continent NV – Operations Manager Continental Europe : Fully responsible for all operational activities with direct reporting to General Manager:
  • shipping – agency – planning – stevedoring – forwarding – handling in & out – storage – transport – containers – in market packing – quality management – customer claims – marine insurance claims ….Negotiating contracts with service providers : service level agreements.
  • Putting in place operating procedures :
  • inventory management : all movements in & out
  • shipping management : vessels – containers – trucks
  • port management : handling – storage – HACCP – WMS – forwarding activities…
  • quality management : outturn – pre delivery – customer claim procedure -…
  • production management : in market packing with development new pack types / labels…
  • Global Gap – BRC – QS – IFS – Fruitnet… Food Safety issues
  • Auditing performances of service providers as per the Service Level Agreements.
  • Forecasting – budgeting
  • Med Fruit nv – General Manager :
  • Responsible for all daily management (financial – operational – commercial – administrational)
  • Maximize export returns to Turkish growers / exporters
  • Optimize customer portfolio to come to the ideal product – market mix : customers all over Europe importers/wholesalers as well as supermarkets.
  • Create an information system with Turkish suppliers to obtain a transparent well controlled co-operation.
    • Optimize communication channels within the European market. Create brand image – brand knowledge for the Turkish products in Europe. Setting up the marketing in East Europe.
    • Purchase and organising all logistics of fruit and vegetables to Russia
    • Contacts with producers / importers / exporters all over Europe.
    • Contacts with stevedoring companies / transport companies (rail/road / see) all over Europe.
  • New Zealand Kiwifruit Marketing Board Sales Executive Eastern Europe
  • Market development (frequent travelling all over Eastern Europe)
  • Getting access to all levels of consumption via a well-organized and structured operation through the main and financially sound importers / distributors
  • Assuring the supply and consumption of a product with very high quality standards in a fast changing environment
  • Freddytrans–De Smet Sales Assistant Export and responsible for logistics for export
  • Buying & selling of fruit and vegetables at the veg auction in St.Katelijne Waver.
  • Planning of all transport activities for export
  • Responsible for quality control and stock rotation in warehouse
  • Export formalities
  • Phytosanitary administration
  • Contact by phone and also direct contact with customers all over Europe : focus on France, Spain, Italy and the UK
  • Norexa Forwarder at the Fruit terminal in Port of Antwerp:
  • Deliveries : operational – administration – planning
  • Import / Export formalities – custom clearance
  • Daily contact with fruit importers / transport companies all over Europe by phone
  • Responsible for transport activities for Norexa at the Fruit terminal at quay 320
  • Part in several EDP projects to improve on custom formalities
  • Noord Natie
    • Tally man in the port of Antwerp
    • Assistant Logistical activities at the Fruit terminal in Port of Antwerp:
      • Stock control
      • Deliveries
      • Administration
  Roger Boons Sopot, November 2020.

Cezary Pieczetowski

Site Lead of Amazon three e-commerce centers located in Łódź and Pawlikowice. The centers have a combined footprint of over 120k m2 and headcount of over 1000 employees. Cezary was responsible for launching them in 2019 and 2020 and runs them until now. Overall Cezary has ten years of experience in e-commerce operations, process design and fulfillment centers launch at Amazon.

In parallel he runs courses at Kozminski University and Technical University of Lodz focused on:

– cloud computing and business intelligence (BI) technologies in big data analysis and interactive dashboards’ creation.

– labor planning for a newly launching e-commerce center that involves building an excel based model for employees hiring forecast.

During his session at the conference he will do a live demonstration how to build a meaningful dashboard from scratch that would help understand the fulfillment center inbound flow characteristics.

Łukasz Lubański

Trade Lane Development Director w Raben Group

Łukasz Lubański: Ponad 18 lat doświadczenia w branży logistycznej (obszary operacji i sprzedaży). Doświadczony w rozwijaniu międzynarodowego biznesu transportowego i magazynowego w południowej Polsce, regionie CEE, zarządzaniu zespołami ludzkimi, tworzeniu nowych strategii dotyczących transgranicznych projektów logistycznych. W latach 2015-2017 na stanowisku Dyrektora Spedycji Międzynarodowej Raben Trans European Germany GmbH na poziomie krajowym. Od początku 2018 roku na nowym stanowisku Dyrektora ds. Rozwoju odpowiedzialnego za ekspansję biznesu pomiędzy Niemcami a Polską. Od lipca 2020 roku rozszerza swoją działalność na kraje Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej w Grupie Raben. Prywatnie szczęśliwy mąż i ojciec dwójki dzieci.



Łukasz Lubański: Über 18 Jahre Erfahrung im Logistiksektor (Betriebs- und Verkaufsbereiche). Erfahrung mit der Entwicklung des internationalen Transport- und Lagergeschäfts in Südpolen, MOE-Region, der Leitung von Mitarbeiterteams, der Entwicklung neuer Strategien für grenzüberschreitende Logistikprojekte. Zwischen 2015 und 2017 in der Position des International Forwarding Director Raben Trans European Germany GmbH auf Länderebene. Ab Anfang 2018 in der neuen Rolle des Trade Lane Direktor, verantwortlich für die Verkehrsentwicklung zwischen Deutschland und Polen. Ab Juli 2020 Erweiterung des Gebiets seine Tätigkeit für die MOE-Länder in der Raben Gruppe. Privat glücklicher Ehemann und Vater von 2 Kindern.


W styczniu 2019 roku rozpoczęło swoją działalność na Ukrainie „QUALITY CONSORTIUM OF RETAILERS”.

Konsorcjum „QUALITY CONSORTIUM OF RETAILERS” powstało w celu promowania rozwoju dostawców sieci handlowych oraz poziomu ich niezawodności, jakości oraz bezpieczeństwa działalności (punkt 4.3 Statutu Konsorcjum).

Celem działań Konsorcjum „QUALITY CONSORTIUM OF RETAILERS” jest pozytywny wkład w handel detaliczny i hurtowy na Ukrainie, promowanie najlepszych międzynarodowych praktyk w zakresie jakości i bezpieczeństwa produktów końcowych, w tym wspieranie rozwoju dostawców sieci handlowych i poprawę ich wiarygodności.

Przedmiotem działań Konsorcjum jest:

  1. Obrona interesów, które są istotne i ważne dla handlu na Ukrainie, zarówno dla handlu detalicznego, jak i dla konsumentów na Ukrainie, w tym dla producentów, dystrybutorów, dostawców, konsumentów i innych interesariuszy różnych form własności.
  2. Zwiększenie reputacji, autorytetu, zaufania konsumentów do sieci handlowych, producentów, dystrybutorów, dostawców, konsumentów i innych uczestników sprzedaży detalicznej i hurtowej różnych form własności.
  3. Ustanawianie i wspieranie dialogu między sieciami handlowymi w celu rozwiązywania wspólnych problemów.
  4. Rozwój współpracy z zagranicznymi i międzynarodowymi organizacjami i instytucjami.
  5. Wdrożenie najlepszych praktyk handlowych w celu wzmocnienia kultury handlowej na Ukrainie.
  6. Ochrona praw, reprezentowanie interesów członków Konsorcjum na poziomie lokalnym, regionalnym, krajowym i międzynarodowym.
  7. Ułatwienie tworzenia rynku handlu na Ukrainie spełniającego międzynarodowe standardy.

Partnerami Konsorcjum są osoby prawne, osoby fizyczne, a także indywidualni przedsiębiorcy, wykorzystujący swoją wiedzę i umiejętności zawodowe do realizacji celów i zadań Konsorcjum. Partnerzy nie są członkami / członkami konsorcjum.

Partnerzy Konsorcjum są wybierani na podstawie rekomendacji upoważnionych członków Konsorcjum w oparciu o trzy kryteria: wiedzę, doświadczenie i kompetencje.

Doświadczenie w prowadzeniu ćwiczeń (szkoleń), przeprowadzaniu audytów. Posiadamy biuro na terenie Ukrainy.

Członkowie Konsorcjum są osobami prawnymi, których jednym z głównych rodzajów działalności zgodnie z ich statutem jest produkcja i / lub sprzedaż i / lub odsprzedaż towarów.


Statusy członkostwa w konsorcjum:

  • Autoryzowani Członkowie Konsorcjum;
  • Członkowie stowarzyszeni konsorcjum;
  • Główni członkowie konsorcjum.

Do chwili obecnej uprawnionymi członkami Konsorcjum są:

– Holding FOZZY GROUP (jedna z największych grup branżowych – grupy przemysłowe): Silpo, LeSilpo, Fozzy, G&C, Fora, Trash, Bila Romashka (Apteka), Ringoo (Mobilne Sklepy Komunikacyjne).

Sieci oferują produkty pod własnymi markami: Premiya Select, Premiya, Premiya Ricky Tiki, Zelena Krayina, Povna Charka, Povna Chasha, Extra itp.

– Velyka Kyshenya, Velmart, VK Express.

– NOVUS Ukraina.



– WATSONS Ukraina.

– HIPPO LLC (w skład którego wchodzą sieci handlowe supermarketów VOPAK oraz hurtownie samoobsługowe PAKKO).

Uczestnicy Konsorcjum i ich upoważnieni członkowie w 2019 roku zdecydowali, że:

– Uznają wyniki pracy Konsorcjum;

– Audyty żywności dla dostawców własnych znaków towarowych (głównych członków Konsorcjum) będą przeprowadzane zgodnie z wymogami przepisów międzynarodowych i krajowych (Ustawy, Normy, Kodeks, Dyrektywy, itp.). Lista kontrolna IFS Global Market V-2 została uwzględniona podczas pracy z dostawcami / producentami.


Upoważnieni członkowie Konsorcjum jednogłośnie podjęli decyzję, że jeśli firma jest Członkiem Głównym Konsorcjum, to wszyscy upoważnieni członkowie Konsorcjum uznają wyniki tego audytu.

Decyzja o współpracy z tym przedsiębiorstwem (głównym członkiem Konsorcjum) akceptuje każdą sieć handlową dla siebie.

Korzyścią dla głównych członków konsorcjum (przedsiębiorstw) jest to, że taki audyt będzie odbywał się w przedsiębiorstwie raz w roku, a jego wyniki będą uznawane przez wszystkich upoważnionych członków Konsorcjum. (Sieci handlowe)