The Logistics World is heading to Liverpool

The Logistics World will be congregating in Liverpool for the IFWLA (International Federation of Warehousing Logistics Association) Annual Convention on 1 “ 4 June 2015. Registration for the convention is now open at http://ukwaconference.com

This will be the third time that the convention of the IFWLA – global logistics operators’ networking organisation – will be held in the UK.

The four day programme of work and culture will attract 150 national and international delegates to one of England’s most popular and vibrant cities: home to numerous shipping lines, a thriving port (and canal) and a hinterland bristling with logistics companies, warehousing, distribution centres and manufacturing plants.

Hosted and organised by UK’s 3PL trade body, UKWA, the conference theme is: ‘ Change equals new opportunities – the changing face of global logistics, and the opportunities for you’. The conference element of the convention programme takes place in Liverpool’s historic Town Hall, which is only minutes away from the convention hotel “ Hard Days Night Hotel www.harddaysnighthotel.com.

IFWLA’s newly elected President “ Derrick Potter, Chairman of Potter Logistics UK, said: In June 2015, the UK will be hosting the IFWLA convention in Liverpool, England during the period 1-4 June 2015. Liverpool is a city that is undergoing a significant regeneration programme and an ideal showcase for the UK’s logistics industry. I am looking forward to organising a conference programme, which will deliver high networking value and lasting memories.”

To register to attend The IFWLA Annual Convention, and to gain further information, please visit: http://ukwaconference.com

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