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Mr. Robert Strain C. Jr.

Head, Global Automotive

Goodpack Limited

HQ Phone: (630) 898-0888

Email: r***@***.com

Goodpack Limited

550 N.Commons Drive Suite 106

Aurora, Illinois 60504

United States

Company Description

Goodpack® Limited owns and operates the world's largest fleet of Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC). Goodpack® IBC provides a returnable packaging solution through the renting or hiring of a multi modal, returnable IBC that is designed for packing and tra... more

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Employment History

Director of Logistics

General Motors Corp.

Vice President - Automotive Sector, Asia Pacific

CEVA Group Plc

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Dave Dudek, also has a new ...

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Dave Dudek, also has a new role, having returned to Asia to step into the vacancy of vice-president of the automotive sector for Asia Pacific left by Robert Strain at the beginning of the year.

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As reported earlier this month, Robert Strain has a new role at bulk container supplier Goodpack as head of global automotive.


Robert Strain, ...

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Robert Strain, vice-president of the automotive sector for Asia Pacific at Ceva Logistics, stressed that this transformation would be significant for the industry in China.

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Ceva's Strain indicated that big changes to automotive and logistics would come as China eventually followed the reform path laid out during the third plenum conference, particularly should government decrease its support of China's vast array of state-owned companies and allow the market to determine winners and losers.


Robert Strain, Eddie Wright, Frederick Beelaerts van Blokland, Petra Küster, Andreas Renschler | Automotive Logistics

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Home›People›Robert Strain, Eddie Wright, Frederick Beelaerts van Blokland, Petra Küster, Andreas Renschler

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Robert Strain, Eddie Wright, Frederick Beelaerts van Blokland, Petra Küster, Andreas Renschler
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Robert Strain has moved from his role as head of daily operations at General Motor's Global Logistics and Containers division to become vice president of the Automotive Sector in Asia Pacific for Ceva Logistics. He fills the role left by Dave Dudek who moved to a new role in Europe in October last year, leading the company's Century and Global Sales programmes.
Strain, who was also previously director of logistics for General Motors International Operations and at its Asia Pacific unit, started with the carmaker in 1998 as logistics manager in Argentina.


Robert Strain, ...

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Robert Strain, vice-president of the automotive sector for Asia Pacific at Ceva Logistics, stressed that this transformation would be significant for the industry in China.

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Ceva's Strain indicated that big changes to automotive and logistics would come as China eventually followed the reform path laid out during the third plenum conference, particularly should government decrease its support of China's vast array of state-owned companies and allow the market to determine winners and losers.


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"To optimise automotive supply chains in Southeast Asia, we have integrated what used to be independently contracted and managed [networks] by facilitating standardisation of KPIs and service levels" - Robert Strain, Ceva Logistics

At Ceva Logistics, Robert Strain, vice-president automotive for Asia Pacific, says approximately 75% of its automotive business in Southeast Asia is managing contract logistics, including warehousing and distribution services. He adds that Ceva's automotive network is the most developed in Thailand and is growing rapidly in Malaysia and Indonesia.
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Ceva's Robert Strain says there is a trend to integrate supply networks more in Southeast Asia. Thailand has the most complex and developed supplier footprint, he says. Indonesia and Malaysia, although highly regulated on local content, depend on imported content, and are expected to use more material from other ASEAN countries following further free trade agreements.
Aftersales logistics in Southeast Asia is also quickly moving toward an integrated model, with few or no single country models. Strain says that finished vehicle logistics networks are the last bastion to integrate, thanks largely to their dependency on government oversight. For example, the use of haulaway equipment varies from country to country and may be affected by governmental regulations.
"In order to optimise automotive supply chains in Southeast Asia, we have integrated what used to be independently contracted and managed [networks] by facilitating standardisation of KPIs and service levels," says Strain.
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Strain says this is a positive development for the logistics sector and provides opportunities for Ceva to develop cross-border services.

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