Industry leaders to speak at supply chain conference
Thursday, 26 June 2014
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
The two-day supply chain conference, hosted by the International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association (ICHCA) and the South Australian Freight Council (SAFC) on 29-30 October, will include a number of industry leaders as guest speakers.
The event will focus on the key issues and solutions that make supply chains sustainable in terms of the environment, safety, productivity, planning and innovation.
More than 30 guest speakers will tackle a range of subjects, including:
- Government freight and infrastructure strategies - Hon Stephen Mullighan MP, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, South Australia
- Global perspective on freight and the environment - Michael Kenney, vice president, KB Environmental Sciences, USA
- A global perspective on sustainable supply chain optimisation - Lee Hochberg, senior advisor, Supply Chain Integrated Planning & Optimisation, QuinTiq
- An international perspective on cargo handling: how does it differ in Australia and overseas? - Glen Hilton, CEO, Port of Tanjung Pelepas
- Making rail freight safe, sustainable, efficient and productive - Greg Pauline, MD, Genesee & Wyoming
- Road transport sustainability: are we doing enough? - Sharon Middleton, owner and director, Whiteline Transport and president of the SA Road Transport Association
- Greening and growing airports: nice or necessary? - Stephanie Bolt, environment manager, Adelaide Airport Limited
- Reducing aerospace and aviation environmental impacts and increasing productivity: can it be done? - Michael Ramsay, environment health and safety manager, Boeing Aerostructures Australia
- Meeting the challenges of a global campaign against port development - Gary Campbell, senior manager government relations & external affairs, North Queensland Bulk Ports
- Environmental regulation of freight in Australia: what's coming in the future? - Neil Murphy, CEO, SA Freight Council
For a full list of speakers and their topics, contact the SA Freight Council or ICHCA.