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Lord Prescott to be interviewed at SHD Logistics Conference on logistics strategy

Lord Prescott to be interviewed at SHD Logistics Conference on logistics strategy

Lord John Prescott, former Deputy Priminister of the UK, is to be interviewed at the SHD Logistics Autumn Conference as part of a study process which aims to engage relevant stakeholders and influencers across the logistics industry.

The joint interview with railway enthusiast Dr. Pete Warterman  will be conducted by global logistics director Bernard Molloy and takes place at ZSL London Zoo on Thursday the 15th of October 2015. There will also be a questions and answers session with audience participation.

The interview is part of a series of events which will provide insight and feed into the development of the Freight and Logistics Strategy which is an element of the Northern Transport Freight Strategy.

Other sessions on the day include:

Keynote address: Andrew Griffiths \ Managing Director \ Prologis UK

Intelligent approaches to decision-making in the field of automation investment: James Osborn \ Strategy Manager \ Sainsbury's Supermarkets

3D printing: Re-thinking for logistics and supply chains Catherine Weetman  \ Director  \ Re-Think Solutions

Future skills workshop: Ian Nichol \ National STEM Development Manager \ Career Ready UK

Market-centric logistics: Charlie Howard \ Managing Director UK \ Logicor

To see the full conference programme visit

Venue: London Zoo, Regent's Park, London

Time: 9.30am to 4.30pm

Price: £295 + VAT (subsequent delegate price £275 + VAT)

CPD Hours: 4

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