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Countdown to Qld Supply Chain Conference

23-08-2011
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The 12th annual Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference begins in Brisbane next week.

The two-day program features an extensive line-up of speakers including Kim Garner the Managing Director of FedEx Australasia.

Other speakers include Mike Tshaikiwsky, Executive Manager for Plant Engineering and Procurement at AUSGRID, Christine Ogden, Merchandising Planning and Operations Manager, Super Retail Group, Craig Coleman, Chief Executive Officer, Professional Service Solutions, Dave Stewart, Director General for the Department of Transport & Main Roads, George Wigan, Director of Procurement, Luxottica, David Simon, Chairman of the Australian Trucking Association, Rachael Bermingham and more.

The Conference, to be at the Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane on Thursday (September 1) and Friday (September 2), is aimed at Supply Chain, Logistics, Transport and Procurement professionals and practitioners.

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

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