Preparing our Workforce and Process for Industry 4.0


With a growing cohort of millennials in the workforce, factories are evolving to smart factories of the future. With smart factories, there is an increase in demand for highly skilled roles to enhance and maintain its automated processes in order to increase productivity and maintain a competitive edge whilst the demand for physically demanding or routine jobs will decrease. Given the complete change in the logistics ecosystem, it is imperative to prepare the workforce for the future.

 

SLA, together with Singapore Transport Association (STA) co-organized “Together We Can Go Further: Preparing our Workforce and Process for Industry 4.0” following the CNY Appreciation Lunch on 05 February 2020.  About 90 member-representatives of both associations came to hear how companies have tapped on programs and resources offered by SLA and various partners to enhance their hiring and operational processes.

 

The following presentations were specially curated for members to gain valuable insights and develop manpower strategies and operational roadmaps to stay ahead of the transformation in supply chains, brought about by Industry 4.0:

 

§  Embarking on innovation through Supply Chain Challenge++

    by SLA and Shalom International Movers Pte Ltd

§  Recruit promising young talent through the Global Ready Talent (GRT) Programme

    by Enterprise Singapore

§  Industry 4.0 Human Capital Initiative

    by McKinsey & Co

§  Study on the Impact of Industry 4.0

    by Ernst & Young

§  Introduction to Supply Chain 4.0

    by Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre

§  Improving driver behavior through Heavy Vehicle Safety Enhancement System

    by SIMTech

Welcome new member(s) in May