GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “European Automotive Parts Supply Chain Complexity,” features Mirko Woitzik, manager EMEA, Risk Intelligence at DHL – Resilience360, and based in Germany. He also is the author of the report on research showing the impact of COVID-19 on EMEA Automotive Industry.
In the 10-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Woitzik discusses these questions:
- What have been the main findings of your recently published report on the European auto industry?
- What are the top risks that the sector is likely to face in H2 of 2020?
- How can companies in the auto industry use the report to plan for additional COVID-19 related disruption?
- How can companies in other sectors use the insights in this report for their risk management efforts?
About Mirko Woitzik:
Mirko Woitzik manages Resilience360’s intelligence operations in the EMEA region, heading a team of analysts based in Europe. He previously worked as a consultant in regulatory affairs in China. He has a master’s degree in International Relations from the College of Europe with a scholarship from the German government. He is fluent in five languages, including Chinese and French, and has gained supply chain risk expertise especially with automotive and pharmaceutical customers within DHL in the past four years.
Click here to listen to the Audio Interview with Mirko Woitzik.
GlobalAutoIndustry.com is the leading global business intelligence source for the automotive industry, connecting the worldwide automotive OEM and supplier industry with the resources to effectively do business globally. Through the web site, www.GlobalAutoIndustry.com, automotive executives can find insight, solutions and strategies focused on doing business in the world’s top automotive markets. The Company offers weekly Audio Interviews and eJournal newsletters addressing important international business and operational challenges for industry professionals. The Audio Interviews are available to over 1,000,000 automotive industry professionals worldwide, including syndicated through WardsAuto, aftermarketNews, ETAuto (The Economic Times of India), TU Automotive, MEXICONOW, BORDERNOW, HORSEPOWER, and soon China Automotive Review.