The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has announce that its inaugural Supply Chain Technology Summit 2018 will take place on Thursday 10 May, onsite and in partnership with MEGATRANS2018.
The ALC was one of the first organisations to endorse and support Australia’s largest freight and logistics trade expo.
“Technology is a major component of the logistics supply chain and will play a dominant role in the exhibitions at MEGATRANS2018,” said Michael Kilgariff, Managing Director, ALC. “The Supply Chain Technology Summit 2018 will align well with the technology theme and ensure that those who attend the integrated event can maximise their time and investment.
“The ALC operates a number of events each year and technology has been an increasing focus. The dedicated Supply Chain Technology Summit will focus on the policy priorities articulated by ALC in Freight Doesn’t Vote – our submission to the Inquiry into National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities. This includes collecting greater data on freight movements, adapting to automated technologies and global labelling standards. Further details on the Summit will be announced in 2018.”
MEGATRANS2018, held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre 10–12 May 2018, will bring together those who plan, implement and control the efficient and effective forward flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and point of consumption.