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WELCOME BACK TO THE MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND!

After a hugely successful event in Sydney in March 2016, the Australian Logistics Council is pleased to announce that ALC Forum will return to the impressive Melbourne Cricket Ground, taking place on 7-9 March 2017.

ALC Forum 2017 will focus on the required content of the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy.

The Government’s recent response to the Infrastructure Australia 15 Year Infrastructure Plan highlighted the most important recommendation made in ALC's election priorities document, Getting the Supply Chain Right - the need for Australia to have a National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy.

At ALC Forum 2017, leading industry and government speakers will identify the issues that need to be addressed in the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy, including:

  • The case for a national freight & supply chain strategy
  • The next wave of reform
  • A customer perspective on national supply chains
  • Port of Melbourne and development of an integrated intermodal network
  • Role of super funds in infrastructure
  • Growing rail freight
  • Challenge of CBD freight delivery
  • Good information leads to good infrastructure decisions
  • Planning and urban encroachment
  • NSW and development of an integrated intermodal network
  • Supply chain visibility and disruption

ALC Forum is the largest and most influential gathering of leaders and key policy makers in the Australian logistics industry, debating and discussing the critical issues impacting the efficiency and safety of Australia’s supply chains.

About ALC

The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) represents the major Australian logistics supply chain customers, providers, infrastructure owners and suppliers.

ALC is Australia’s leading industry advocate for supply chain efficiency and safety.  It is the lead advocacy organisation that industry, the community, and government collaborates with to ensure Australia has safe, secure, reliable, sustainable, and internationally competitive supply chains.

ALC works with government at all levels to ensure it considers the needs of the logistics industry in its investment and policy decisions.  ALC focuses its advocacy efforts on five key areas with the aim of improving supply chain efficiency:

  • Safety 
  • Infrastructure
  • Regulation 
  • Technology
  • People.

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