ALC Announces National Supply Chain Forum
The ALC will focus on supply chain and national freight issues
The ALC forum will focus on freight and supply chain issues
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has released details of its forum for this year, which will specialize in national freight and supply chain issues.
The forum, which brings together end-to-end supply chain expertise and global insights, will be held in Sydney on May 25.
ALC President Philip Davies said ALC is pleased to host the forum with a roster of industry leaders and world-class speakers on supply chain management and freight. national.
“This is an opportunity for senior industry leaders, decision makers, technology experts and innovators to brainstorm and discuss the state of the industry,” Davies said.
“As we emerge from the challenges of recent years, the freight, logistics and supply chain industry in Australia is redefining its priorities, with a renewed focus on efficiency, productivity, safety, resilience of supply chain systems and achieving a step change in reducing emissions.”
The forum will feature the likes of Rebecca Pickering, CEO of Inland Rail, Romily Madew, CEO of Infrastructure Australia, Thomas Knusden, Managing Director of Toll Group, Andrew McKellar, CEO of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Kate Pounder, CEO of the Tech Council of Australia.
ALC CEO Brad Williams is eager to focus on preparing for the immensity of the growing cargo task.
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“As the end-to-end supply chain industry leaders in Australia, we are at a critical time and the importance of what we do has probably never been more visible or more important,” says Williams.
Australia’s urban freight task alone is expected to increase by 60% by 2040 and our urban infrastructure is already groaning under the weight of capacity constraints. »
Williams says he’s excited to see what lies ahead at the next forum, saying attendees have a unique opportunity to discover and drive policy, structural change and responses to the nation’s growing needs.
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