The success of companies depends to a large extent on the effective design of supply chains and the efficient management of value creation activities in supply chains.
Systemic changes require new solutions for supply chain management and open up opportunities for innovative business models.
In order to achieve or maintain a distinct level of professionalism, companies and their employees are permanently required to continuously educate themselves with regard to current and future developments in supply chain management.
Against this background, the Support Association of the Institute for Supply Chain Management at the University of St.Gallen (FV ISCM-HSG) enables the exploration, realization and learning of innovative approaches to supply chain management. Thus, the sponsoring association offers today the insights for the value networks of tomorrow.
The Sponsoring Association ISCM-HSG plays a leading role in the German-speaking region in the application-oriented research and dissemination of innovative approaches for the supply chain management of the future.
By supporting relevant application-oriented research projects at the University of St.Gallen, the ISCM-HSG sponsoring association contributes to the development of the next generation of concepts, methods and instruments in supply chain management, logistics, purchasing and freight transport.
As a cross-industry and cross-institutional platform between science and practice, the ISCM-HSG Support Association strengthens the targeted development of competence in and the exchange of experience between companies, among other things in the form of exclusive networking events (Management Board Summit SCM, St. Gallen Supply Chain Innovation Day, etc.).
The ISCM-HSG Support Association offers its members and patrons various services in the field of applied research and continuing education provided by the Institute for Supply Chain Management (ISCM-HSG) at the University of St.Gallen.
The Support Association ISCM-HSG focuses on research and education activities on supply chain management, logistics, purchasing and freight transport at the University of St.Gallen.
It exclusively supports the Institute for Supply Chain Management (ISCM-HSG) at the University of St.Gallen.
Association members pay contributions to the ISCM-HSG Support Association and in return receive selected services from the Institute for Supply Chain Management (reciprocal services).
The contributions to be paid to the Sponsoring Association ISCM-HSG can be declared as donations for accounting purposes.
Specifically, the Sponsoring Association ISCM-HSG commissions the Institute to provide selected services for the benefit of the Sponsoring Association and thus the members of the Association.
The services to be provided for the benefit of individual association members depend on the selected membership category.
In addition to services to be provided individually for individual members of the association, the ISCM-HSG can also place orders with the Institute for Supply Chain Management of the University of St.Gallen in the sense of a consortium project. In this case, the Institute shall prepare a corresponding offer (including the settlement of the counter-performance) to the ISCM-HSG in advance.
The Sponsoring Association ISCM-HSG is an independent, non-profit institution. It is neither personally nor institutionally intertwined with the Institute for Supply Chain Management at the University or other institutions.
The Institute supports the operational work of the Friends Association ISCM-HSG upon request. The Support Association will be constituted and start its operational activities in the first quarter of 2018.
|AEB Schweiz AG |
Markus Meissner, Geschäftsführer
Dr. Torsten Mallée, Director International Business Development
|BLS Cargo AG |
Dr. Dirk Stahl, Chief Executive Officer
|BTK Befrachtungs- und Transportkontor GmbH |
Josef Heiss, Chief Executive Officer
|CTL Cargo Trans Logistik AG |
Francesco De Lauso, Chief Executive Officer
|DPD (Schweiz) AG |
Marc Frank, Strategy & Innovation Director
|Emmi Management AG |
Kai Könecke, Chief Supply Chain Officer
|fenaco Genossenschaft |
Michael Buser, Geschäftsleitung
|GvW Graf von Westphalen Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater Partnerschaft mbB |
Dr. Marcus Schriefers, Rechtsanwalt
|M & M Militzer & Münch International Holding AG / TransInvest Holding AG |
Alexei Kovalenko, Chief Financial Officer
|Schwarz Produktion MEG Weissenfels GmbH & Co. KG |
Andreas Ruthenschröer, Geschäftsleitung
|Migros-Genossenschaft Bund |
Aurelius Wespi, Leiter Direktion MES
|Robert Bosch GmbH |
Holger Langbein, Vice President Logistics
|Schenker AG |
Stefan Fallet, Senior Vice President Lead Logistics Services / CEO Schenker Dedicated Services
|Schöni Transport AG |
Daniel Schöni, Geschäftsleitung
Bernhard Metzger, Mitglied des Verwaltungsrats
|Transco Süd Internationale Transporte GmbH |
Christian Bücheler, Geschäftsführender Gesellschafter
Marko Mustapic, Leitung Spedition, Prokurist
|CSL Vifor |
Roman Bauer, Vice President / Head Global Supply Chain
|W+P Weber und Partner AG |
Maurice Weber, Geschäftsführer
Sebastian Offergeld, Leitung Logistik-Engineering
|Würth Logistics AG |
Jochen Höschle, Chief Executive Officer
Alexei Kovalenko, CFO bei TransInvest Holding AG
Dr. Marcus Schriefers, c/o GvW Graf von Westphalen Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater Partnerschaft mbB
Holger Langbein, Vice President Logistics bei Robert Bosch GmbH
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Stölzle (ISCM-HSG)
Ingrid Brányik (ISCM-HSG)