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Date set for 2015 logistics forum

Thursday, 12 Feb 2015 ( #705 ) - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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ACCC chairman Rod Sims is one of the speakers at the ALC Forum 2015.
The ALC Forum 2015, hosted by the Australian Logistics Council, will take place on 10-12 March in Melbourne this year.

The focus for this year’s freight logistics and supply chain event is "Delivering for Australia", and the forum brings together key decision-makers from both industry and government.

Among the speakers taking part are:  Warren Truss, deputy PM; Luke Donnellan, minister for ports; Anthony Albanese, shadow minister for infrastructure and transport; John Mullen, MD Asciano; Hans Anneveldt, VP marketing, Aurizon; Andrew Adam, GM national intermodal, Asciano; Ahmed Fahour, MD, Australia Post; Rod Sims, chairman Australian Competition and Consumer Commission; Don Telford, chairman, ALC; Michael Kilgariff, CEO, ALC; John Fullerton, CEO Australian Rail Track Corporation; Ingilby Dickson, GM, Bluescope Steel; John Anderson, chairman, Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation; Matthew Spence, MD, equities research, Bank of America Merrill Lynch; and Paul Larsen, CEO, Brookfield Rail.
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