25 Free Seats Announced For The Future of Logistics Conference Part 3
Transport & Logistics Middle East (TLME) is set to host its third instalment of The Future of Logistics Conference on May 25th and 25 free seats are up for grabs for the next 48 hours. To book your 'free' seats please RSVP to email@example.com - limited time offer valid until May 10, 2023, only.
Moderated by container-shipping expert and industry thought leader Lars Jensen, the event will host VVIP’s, delegates, speakers, and viewers online for a memorable day in Dubai that aims to provide insights into the core areas of the transport and logistic industry.
The sessions announced for the day are:
SESSION 1: THE STATE OF PLAY TODAY
SESSION 2: THE FUTURE OF LOGISTICS
SESSION 3: QUESTION THE EXPERTS
SESSION 4: AIR TRANSPORT & CARGO
SESSION 5: OCEAN-BOUND CARGO & PORT MANAGEMENT
SESSION 6: A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
For a full agenda with insights into key sessions, please visit the tlmeevents.com
The event will bring together leaders in governance, logistics and trade to explore future possibilities and foster thought leadership for a new generation.
This hybrid event will have both physical and online audiences, meaning attendees will be able to ask questions in person, digitally, or via a private online messenger.
The key themes of this event include:
Digitization & e-Commerce
Innovation & New Technologies
Integrated Shipping & Logistics
Securing the Supply Chain
Small & Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
Cold Chain Optimization (pharma, carbon neutrality, food loss and waste)
Social change (equality & inclusion, the rise of women in logistics, young talent, employee safety, health & wellbeing)
Verticals (FMCG, Retail, Manufacturing & Petrochemical)
TLME CEO Sam Khan said: “I’ve said since the beginning of my time with TLME that the Middle East has a special blend of potential, vision and strategic location that makes it one of the most exciting places for business on the planet.
“This event intends to echo that and envision what tomorrow will look like in the world of logistics.”