Mitigating risk in the data center design and build supply chain

May 5, 2022
10:00

With growing pressure on global supply chains it is essential that operators understand and are able to mitigate risks in their supply chains. In this talk DIN explore what those risks are and how they can be avoided.

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May 5, 2022
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In this session, Zach Peña the Director of the supply chain Americas for NTT, talks to DIN about the comprehensive journey from land procurement for a colo facility through to its actual construction. Zach explains the complexities of the process with day-to-day decision making and a cool head needed to overcome a variety of obstacles to ensure that a project is delivered on time and on target.
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Marynet Bassily – Senior Director, Global Procurement @ Vantage Data Centers – talks to DIN about the importance of choosing projects which are driven by expedient company synergies and how her role has expanded as global demand has increased, concurrently, supply lines around the world have been increasingly compromised by a series of international events. We find out why these challenges are leading to the rethinking and reorganising of the global supply chain and how this will impact future projects going forward.
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CEO of Immersion4 – Serge Conesa – talks to DIN about how the pandemic forced a radical restructuring of their solutions in order to better control the supply chain requirements in a wildly unpredictable time globally. Serge discusses why a simpler approach has not only been better but also more sustainable and how circular economy thinking has been key in this decision making process.
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Head of Engineering Services @ GF Piping Systems, James Chandler, talks to DIN about his experience of the Supply Chain. What are some of the many factors that can lead to a vital assembly line halting and the action needed to resolve these challenges in a global production chain. We also find out how the development of offsite manufacturing in product design is utilised to mitigate risk and why piping of the plastic kind is the unlikely aid to sustainability and efficiencies in buildings and facilities.
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