UKWA hosts Transaid briefing at Multimodal

This year UKWA will once again play a major role in supporting Multimodal, the UK’s premier freight transport, logistics and supply chain management event.

In addition to making contribution to the event workshops and seminar programme, the UKWA Pavilion will be hosting charity Transaid’s Breakfast Briefing on Wednesday 19th at 10am, with Transaid CEO Caroline Barber and Peter Ward, UKWA CEO.

To mark its 75th milestone year, UKWA has pledged to raise £75,000 for Transaid and the MamaZ Against Malaria campaign. At this special Multimodal Breakfast Briefing, Caroline Barber will explain the role of supply chain in tackling malaria and outline other transport challenges in sub-Saharan Africa, and Peter Ward will provide an update on UKWA’s fundraising campaign.

Other UKWA activities at Multimodal include:

Tuesday 18th June:

12.00: CEO Peter Ward will chair Plenary session ‘Here to Help: weathering the perfect storm’

Venue: The Awdry Room.

14.00: UKWA will host a surgery to discuss opportunities for success in the digital world.

Venue: The Boulton Room.

Wednesday 19th June:

14.00: CEO Peter Ward will chair a panel to discuss Brexit – lessons and opportunities.

Venue: The Awdry Room.

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Throughout the show, the UKWA Pavilion will showcase members’ products and services, and the UKWA team will be on hand to provide information on all the latest services and opportunities available to members.

Filed under: News

Tagged with: multimodal 2019, TransAid

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