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Does logistics infrastructure meet the challenges of our rapidly changing world?

At the upcoming SHD Logistics Spring Conference, due to take place on the 9th of March 2016 at The British Museum, UKWA's Peter Ward will discuss today's logistics infrastructure and ask, is it embedded in the minds of our policy makers?

Peter has over 30 years’ experience in international transportation, logistics and supply chain management; and is
recognised as a principal of authority in global supply chains and logistics based on achievements at Director level with some of the world’s leading global logistics providers.

Join Peter in addressing the following:
• Taking a closer look at changing demographics , consumer habits, and their effect on logistics
• Do these challenges present risk or opportunity
• Will market forces alone provide the solution for sustainable logistics

Other sessions of the day include:

Floating to the top: The emergence of supply chain and logistics at c-suite level
Professor Neil H. Ashworth, CEO, Collect+

John Lewis - Reinventing retail
John Munnelly, head of operations, John Lewis

An entrepreneurial approach to logistics
Stephen Basey-Fisher, managing director, Century Logistics

Manchester ship canal: The 125 year-old logistics asset solving today’s supply chain problems
Stephen Carr, head of commercial strategy, Peel Ports
 
Venue: The British Museum, Great Russell St, London
Date: Wednesday 9th March 2016
Time: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Price: £295 + VAT 

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