RICS Industrial Warehousing and Logistics Virtual Conference, 22nd September 2020

This decade is set to leave a lasting impact on the industrial and logistics sector. The predicted economic downturn means that warehousing, distribution and logistics businesses unable to adapt might not survive. More resilient and flexible operations are now vital to drive success.

From addressing supply chain pressures, recognising innovation, coping with the impact of Brexit to making the most of the rise in vertical farming and new delivery technologies, this year’s conference will spotlight the challenges and opportunities ahead and determine a new roadmap to operational and financial resilience.

UKWA CEO Peter Ward will be providing the opening keynote address, sharing insights on how logistics networks will change and adapt to new ways of working, whilst responding to the challenges of soaring online sales and a new generation of shoppers expecting continued home delivery, and asks how this will impact the industrial real estate sector.

Join Peter Ward and the RICS community of industry leaders, agents, investors, developers as they examine the disruption of industrial warehousing, distribution and logistics and find shared solutions to enable to organisations to survive and thrive in the future.

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