TLME to Launch Groundbreaking New Conference

TLME to Launch Groundbreaking New Conference

Pioneering new event to focus on resilience via ‘future-proofing’ your business

TLME’s upcoming Future Proof Technologies Conference, to be held on the 13th of December 2023 in Dubai, will see industry thought leaders, experts and visionaries chart a path to unified operations in the supply chain that are truly resilient and sustainable as we move into the future.

Moderated by industry thought-leader and CEO of Vespucci Maritime, Lars Jensen, the conference will highlight a new philosophy governing the logistics sector, one that champions emerging technologies, digitalisation, and cross-sector collaboration.

TLME CEO Sam Khan said: “As the industry moves out of its silos to create more collaborative supply chains, technology is going to be the glue that will bring the various parts of the supply chain to work together in order to create more efficient and future-ready operations across the board.

“The Future Proof Technologies Conference will explore this new world of integrated and digital logistics while charting a path for transport and logistics industries to create sustainable supply chains that are resilient and future-shock proof.

“Logistics operations of the future demand new levels of real-time visibility as well as new capabilities within ports and airports.

“This can only be achieved if the technologies we use are not only cutting-edge but also resilient to disruptions by ensuring the smooth flow of logistics operations even in the most difficult circumstances.”

Key themes to be covered at the industry include, the new framework of global trade, the impact of global geopolitics, technology, the complexity of the modern chain and how to navigate it, sustainability, and more.

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