Join the Australian Logistics Council on 18-19 March 2020 as we connect business leaders, government representatives, investors, infrastructure owners, educational institutions and leading logistics companies with the business opportunities that now abound in Western Sydney through Australia’s supply chains.
ALC Forum 2020 will put the focus on this flourishing economic region that is already home to one in ten Australians – and is set to attract another half a million residents by 2031.
With freight infrastructure including the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal and Western Sydney Airport set to transform supply chains, ALC Forum 2020 is your chance to connect with those who are designing the future – and make sure your business understands what that future means for you.
With an estimated two thirds of the world’s population within half a day’s flight from Western Sydney, the new airport is set to become a key gateway for Australian producers taking their goods to emerging international markets.
ALC Forum 2020 will explore how some of the best-practice approaches to planning, building and optimising freight infrastructure in Western Sydney can be deployed across other parts of Australia, enhancing the efficiency, safety and resilience of the national supply chain.
Other elements of the ALC Forum 2020 program will discuss the challenges and opportunities for the freight sector nation-wide in productivity, safety and building a sustainable workforce.
You’ll hear insights from leading political figures, researchers and major industry figures as they share their perspectives on emerging trends in freight movement, and discuss the policy and regulatory reforms needed to accommodate a freight task that will increase by 35% by 2040.
This is the one industry event that connects the whole supply chain – service providers, infrastructure owners, investors and customers.
All the supply chain. All in one place. All in March 2020.
Registrations will open in early December 2019.