Mohamed Leye

Mohamed Leye

Overseas Transport Sourcing Manager Vallourec

Mohamed Leye began his career at Alstom in France. His work with Alstom took him to China in 2006, where he spent the next seven years working on high speed train and metro projects. His experience in various supply chain and sourcing positions led him to Vallourec in 2014. Leye brings expertise in negotiation and frame agreements to his role in Vallourec’s transport sourcing department.
 
Vallourec is the world leader in premium tubular solutions primarily serving the oil and gas and powergen energy markets. Its expertise also extends other industry sectors such as mechanicals, automobile and construction. With over 19,000 employees, integrated manufacturing facilities, advanced R&D and a presence in more than 20 countries, Vallourec offers its customers innovative global solutions to meet the energy challenges of the 21st century.

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Monday 11/02/2019

From 14:30 To 15:15

02/11/2019 14:30 02/11/2019 15:15 Project Forwarders – Risk vs. Reward

Session Sponsor:

Agility Project Logistics logo red, yellow, orange

Globally, project owners now require longer terms and ever more complex project finance requirements, so many project forwarders feel burdened with a disproportionate share of cargo risk. From the other side, vendors keep forwarders on a short leash in terms of deliverables and payments.

In this session, our panelists will debate:

  • The financing and management of project transport risk
  • Who bears/should bear the burden of risk?
  • Are we seeing a trend that is squeezing smaller players out of the market?
Conference Theatre, Hall 8, Dubai World Trade Center

Conference Theatre, Hall 8, Dubai World Trade Center

"Project Forwarders – Risk vs. Reward"

Mohamed Leye Paul Hazell Paul Hoffman Shourabh Sharma
Time and date

Monday 11/02/2019

From 14:30 To 15:15

02/11/2019 14:30 02/11/2019 15:15 Project Forwarders – Risk vs. Reward

Session Sponsor:

Agility Project Logistics logo red, yellow, orange

Globally, project owners now require longer terms and ever more complex project finance requirements, so many project forwarders feel burdened with a disproportionate share of cargo risk. From the other side, vendors keep forwarders on a short leash in terms of deliverables and payments.

In this session, our panelists will debate:

  • The financing and management of project transport risk
  • Who bears/should bear the burden of risk?
  • Are we seeing a trend that is squeezing smaller players out of the market?
Conference Theatre, Hall 8, Dubai World Trade Center
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Conference Theatre, Hall 8, Dubai World Trade Center

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