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NZ freight transport summit

Thursday, 10 Apr 2008 ( #355 ) - WELLINGTON, New Zealand
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The New Zealand Freight Transport Summit 2008 will be held at Duxton Hotel in  Wellington from 16 to 17 April this year.

The summit will bring together senior managers and decision-makers from the country’s ports, port terminal operators, rail track owners and operators, intermodal terminals, trucking companies, air freight operators, exporters, importers, government and shipping companies to discuss the future freight transport needs for the country.

Hosted by Lloyds List Daily Commercial News, the summit includes speakers such as: The Hon Maurice Williamson MP;  Roy Weaver, CEO, Port of Taranaki;  Wayne Thompson, CFO, Ports of Auckland; Dr Anthony Ockwell, executive consultant, Meyrick and Associates (Australia); Rod Grout, CEO, Pacifica Transport Group; Tony Friedlander, CEO, Road Transport Forum New Zealand; Bryan Nye, CEO, Australasian Railway Association; William Peet, chief executive, ONTRACK;
Nigel Jones, general manager Supply Chain Strategy & Procurement, Fonterra; and Stephen Selwood, CEO, New Zealand Council of Infrastructure Development.
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