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Bigwigs to attend annual forum

Thursday, 18 Feb 2010 ( #449 ) - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Linfox founder Lindsay Fox is one of the speakers at this year's ALC forum.
Senior leaders of the transport and logistics industry will attend the Australian Logistics Council’s annual forum to be held on 3 March in Sydney.

The event will focus on the infrastructure and regulatory issues which can lead to efficiency improvements in Australia’s supply chain.

Speakers at the forum include infrastructure and transport minister Anthony Albanese, Linfox founder Lindsay Fox, chairman of the COAG reform council Paul McClintock and ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel.

Also included are Nick Dimopoulos, chief executive of the National Transport Commission; John Cleland, CEO, WestNet Infrastructure Group; Brendan Lyon, executive director, Infrastructure Partnerships Australia; Helen Newell, director, corporate development and government relations, Asciano Ltd; Andrew Ethell, general manager, group corporate affairs, Toll Group; Geoff Thomas, general manager Logistics, Woolworths Limited and Derek O'Donnell, national logistics and planning manager, Coca-Cola Amatil (Aust) Pty Ltd.
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