20 June 2017 – Over 100 business leaders from 17 countries across Europe gathered in Glasgow recently to discuss topical issues within global supply chains at the European Freight & Logistics (F&L) Leaders' Forum conference. Senior representatives from manufacturing and service industries, including all parts of the supply chain, discussed how critical economic, social and political developments are driving change and bringing opportunities.
Key themes were supply chain visibility and security, cybercrime, supplying the cities of the future through urban supply chains, and the importance of e-commerce. Discussions included a live demonstration from the Cyber team at the Scottish Business Resilience Centre....
At European Shipping Week, F&L member TT Club is hosting a workshop (Monday 27 February, Belgium). The topic is “Safety in the Intermodal Supply Chain - Promoting the IMO / ILO / UNECE Code of Practice for Packing Cargo Transport Units”.
The session is free but invitation only, so please email Andrew.Huxley@thomasmiller.com or Jaime.email@example.com to request your invitation.
Full details of the event
The Rail Freight Group Conference will be returning for the 25th year on the 26th April 2017 in London. The event will bring together operators, freight customers and ports to consider the biggest challenges facing the industry, review the emerging opportunities for the rail freight sector and explore to how to accelerate growth.
- Understand the latest Government and Network Rail plans for rail freight
- Join the debate on the possible implications of Brexit for rail freight, considering what this might mean for trade and customs
- Explore how to deliver growth for the sector, including examining the growing role of intermodal
- Hear from freight users and customers on what they are looking for and what else the rail freight sector could offer
To book, call +44 (0) 207 067 1597. You can also book online
21 June 2016, 3:45 pm at the Brussels Diplomatic Academy (VUB Department), Pleinlaan 5, Brussels, Belgium.
Strongly suggested for Belgian/European investors developing businesses in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, this seminar features: