SHD Logistics Digital Conference, 15th October 2020

The SHD Logistics Conference is a fully interactive digital event for the UK logistics industry.

Taking place on Thursday 15 October 2020, the SHD Logistics Digital Conference offers a range of content-led sessions from companies such as Prologis, Garçon Wines and The Climate Group.

The event will be opened with a special keynote session from Richa Sahay, Community Curator for Automotive, Supply Chain Transport and Emerging Markets at the World Economic Forum, and will include a presentation from UKWA CEO Peter Ward on ‘Departing the EU – what impacts should the logistics sector expect ?’.

In his role of CEO of UKWA,  Peter has been involved since the referendum in the government’s various steering and consultation groups. In his presentation he will outline the latest policy and procedures, shining a light on key areas that will require preparation by the logistics sector over the coming weeks and months.

Delegates will benefit from a suite of interactive features including videos, live chat and Q&As, as well as access to a range of exclusive downloadable materials.

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Tagged with: disruptive technology, supply chain

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