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13th AusIntermodal conference
Sydney, Australia - October 9th and 10th
Conference / congress

Now in its 13th year, the highly successful AusIntermodal conference will be looking at the latest initiatives to advance the efficient movement of containerised freight for rail, road and sea.

Leading the discussion will be a range of government and industry experts, including:

Mark Pearson, Deputy CEO - Regulation, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Michael Pezzullo, CEO, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service

Gary Swain, Secretary – Deputy Secretary Strategy & Policy, Department of Infrastructure, Energy & Resources Tasmania

Bryan Nye, CEO, Australasian Railway Association Stephen Bradford, CEO, Port of Melbourne Corporation

Neil Murphy, CEO, SA Freight Council Nicolaj Noes, Managing Director - Australia, Maersk Line

Peter Koning, Technical Director, AECOM

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October 9th and 10th

Sydney Harbour Marriott

Contact for booking / more info:
Email Ian Lovell

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