Countdown to QLD Supply Chain conference


The countdown is on to the 11th QLD Supply Chain and Logistics Conference beginning on August 26.

More than 27 speakers will present papers during the two-day conference on strategic procurement, supply chain planning, logistics improvement, warehousing, manufacturing and more.

With a theme 2020 Vision: 2020: Harmonisation, Innovation, Acceleration, the conference is ideally suited for Supply Chain, Logistics, Transport and Procurement professionals and practitioners.

It is a uniquely-styled educational event designed for both professional and personal development in a relaxed environment.

Speakers include Steve Meyrick, GHD Meyrick, Eddie Peters, General Manager, Assets and Operations from the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Greg Courts, General Manager Contracts and Procurement, QGC, Billie Gorman, Head of Strategic Sourcing, Bank of QLD and Tom Caird, Managing Director, Buker Australasia.

Highlights of the conference continue to be the Supply Chain and Logistics Summit which was established by the QLD conference and is in its eight consecutive year, the 2010 QLD T&L Leaders Awards and the annual charity dinner which will be supporting Foodbank QLD this year.

The 11th Annual Conference will be held at the Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane on Thursday, August 26 and Friday, August 27.

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