13 May Brett Thirup
Brett Thirup is Managing Director of SSI SCHAEFER Australia and New Zealand.
Brett has worked in the logistics automation industry for over 25 years. In his decade long career with SSI SCHAEFER, Brett has contributed strongly to the growth and success of the Australian business focusing heavily on sales and engineering management, project management, solution design & project implementation.
Working across both static storage and automated logistics solutions, Brett has been instrumental in deploying the advanced storage and automation solutions available through SSI SCHAEFER.
Brett has also managed the establishment of a strong local competence in project realisation within the Australian business which has held them in good stead during COVID times with restricted travel.
Brett has always prioritised working with customers to help them achieve their logistics goals and objectives in a true partnership approach. Brett prides himself on taking the time to understand the customer’s operation and work through different options and strategies to ensure the most efficient, cost effective and suitable solution is delivered.
Brett Thirup will be appearing in the following sessions:
PANEL: Technology for the 21st Century Warehouse
LogiSYM Asia-Pacific 2022: Asia Pacific Day 1 - 24 May 2022, 15:45–16:30, Interactive Panel Discussion
Today’s warehouse and distribution centre operators are tasked to improve productivity, efficiency and throughput in environments characterised by err…
PRESENTATION: Evaluating Challenges And Solutions For Multi-Channel Fulfilment
LogiSYM Asia-Pacific 2022: Asia Pacific Day 2 - 25 May 2022, 12:00–12:30, Presentation
SYNOPSIS Evaluating challenges and solutions for multi-channel fulfilment: Are you awkwardly dealing with e-commerce now through your bricks and morta…
PANEL: Innovation in eCommerce Logistics
LogiSYM Asia-Pacific 2022: Asia Pacific Day 2 - 25 May 2022, 09:15–10:00, Panel Interactive Session
SYNOPSIS Many e-commerce supply chains are at the forefront of developments in our industry. Not all can be emulated but there are certainly many ways…