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ICHCA South Australia - Special Event - Luncheon
Adelaide, Australia - 15th March 2019
Conference / congress

The first ICHCA SA luncheon for 2019 with speaker Tony Braxton-Smith, Chief Executive Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. Tony will be speaking about What is on DPTI?s agenda for the Freight Sector in South Australia.
Book early as places are limited.

The luncheon is proudly sponsored by Bowman Rail.

Tony Braxton-Smith joined the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure as Chief Executive in October 2018.  Across this broad portfolio he oversees planning, policy, infrastructure and service delivery that enables economic growth and fosters more vibrant communities across South Australia.
Formerly the Deputy Secretary Customer Services at Transport for NSW for 7 years, Tony?s prior career spans 20 years in senior executive roles in the private sector with Great Southern Rail and Serco; Dreamworld and the P&O Group.  

15th March 2019

12:00 for 12:15 commencement (GMT +09:30) Adelaide

The Lakes Resort Hotel, Brebner Drive, West Lakes, South Australi

ICHCA Members $75.00 per person / Non Members $90.00 per person (includes 10% GST) (Charge includes soft drink and some wine)

Contact for booking / more info:
Deb Warda email: | phone: 0439 181 081

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