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All systems go for Supply Chain & Logistics Conference

26-06-2014
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The 15th annual Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference program is now available, with an extensive line-up of senior executive guest speakers announced.

To be held at the Sofitel Hotel Brisbane on September 4-5, the Queensland Supply Chain & Logistics Conference is the largest event of its kind in the state.

It is ideally suited for Supply Chain, Logistics, Transport and Procurement professionals and practitioners.

Keynote speakers include Dr Edward Frazelle, executive director, RightChain Institute in the US, John Wagner, chairman, Wagners Global Services, John Dornbusch, CEO, Freight Terminals, Kobus van der Wath, managing director, The Beijing Axis, Mark Hulme, Chief Operating Officer, DP World Australia and Mike Goodall, general manager – Resources, Greyhound Australia.

Additional speakers include Radar Gillett, manager Procurement Corporate and Operational Services, Virgin Australia Airlines, Henry Brunekreef, Director Supply Chain, Siecap Advisory, Steve Kanowski, Chief Economist and Executive Director, Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning, Deanne Hawkswood, Chief Procurement Officer, Department of Transport and Main Roads and Peter Keyte, General Manager Trade Services, Port of Brisbane.

Following on from the successful new workshops that were introduced on Day Two last year there will be six workshops this year focussing on personal and professional development. Delegates will have the choice of attending workshops on procurement, supply chain & logistics and personal development.

A uniquely-styled educational event, the conference is designed for both professional and personal development in a relaxed environment.

The theme for this year’s conference is: The Key to Supply Chain Success.

The QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference is organised by leading industry associations the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia, (SCLAA) the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP), QUT School of International Business, CIPS Australia, the Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society (apicsAU) and the South East Queensland Procurement Network Group.

To register email: info@qldscc.com or visit www.qldscc.com for a registration form and program.

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