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SNECI partner of the CEE Automotive Supply Chain conference

SNECI Partner Of The CEE Automotive Supply Chain Conference

SNECI joined the Automotive Supply Chain conference, the biggest networking event for car part suppliers in Central and Eastern Europe. The conference was held on the 12th and 13th of November in Olomouc, Czech Republic.

CEE Automotive Supply Chain conference is managed by the key players of the Czech and Slovak automotive industry, including Auto SAP (Czech Association of the automotive industry) and ZAP (Slovak Association of the automotive industry). French, British, and German Chambers of Commerce in Slovakia alongside the Commercial Section of Embassy of the Republic of Korea (Kotra) has also actively participated in the organization of the event.

It is the third time that the conference has been held, each year focusing on the concerns of the automotive players in the V4 countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) as well as Austria. Among the main topics discussed: Automotive Supply Chain, Quality & Logistics in the Automotive Industry, Primary Production Parts Sales, and future requirements to car part suppliers.

Over 450 participants from 17 different countries have taken part not only in the conference but also in the networking evening and B2B meetings during the third edition of the conference.

As a partner of the conference, SNECI welcomed many companies on its booth. Our experts from Central Europe presented SNECI’s top-three activities in this region: training courses, operational support, and cooperation in interim management.

“The second day of the conference has offered many great opportunities for automotive professionals looking for partners in the CEE region,” states Jozef Lajda, Director of SNECI Central & Eastern Europe. “During the B2B meetings, we had a chance to talk with many automotive parts and components suppliers, IT, Production and Service providers, Automation and R&D companies.  The goal was not only to promote products, technology, and know-how but also to find trustworthy commercial and technology partners.”

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