Dharmendra Gangrade

Dharmendra Gangrade

Head of Logistics Larsen Toubro Hydrocarbon Engineering

Dharmendra Gangrade is an accomplished Supply Chain & Logistics professional with experience spread over 2 decades in diverse sectors, comprising of Oil & Gas projects, Petroleum, Chemical, FMCG, Retail and Automobile. 

Presently, Dharmendra is the Head of Logistics for L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) which is part of USD 18 Billon Indian multinational L&T group, based in India. LTHE operates as an engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction and project management company, providing integrated ‘design to build’ solutions to large and complex offshore and onshore hydrocarbon projects worldwide. 

In the past, he worked with large, multi-billion dollar Indian and Multinational companies, including TechnipFMC India, BASF Corp., Pidilite Industries, Reliance Industries (Petroleum & Retail business), Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. 

He is a renowned speaker and panelist in the topics of global Shipping & Logistics and has been invited to share his thoughts in many conferences and seminars worldwide. 

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Tuesday 09/02/2021

From 15:45 To 16:30

02/09/2021 15:45 02/09/2021 16:30 Game Changers in the Breakbulk Supply Chain: Consequences and Implications There is an increasing trend for EPCs/cargo owners to work with carriers and other service providers directly. This is not only affecting the different stakeholder rates, but it is increasing the project transport risk. Is the industry in a stage of maturity? How will technical discontinuity change the future? How are the current M&A/Consolidation operations affecting the Industry? Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

"Game Changers in the Breakbulk Supply Chain: Consequences and Implications"

Dharmendra Gangrade Eliska Mundell Finn Roden Steffen Behrens
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Tuesday 09/02/2021

From 15:45 To 16:30

02/09/2021 15:45 02/09/2021 16:30 Game Changers in the Breakbulk Supply Chain: Consequences and Implications There is an increasing trend for EPCs/cargo owners to work with carriers and other service providers directly. This is not only affecting the different stakeholder rates, but it is increasing the project transport risk. Is the industry in a stage of maturity? How will technical discontinuity change the future? How are the current M&A/Consolidation operations affecting the Industry? Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage
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Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

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