Abu Dhabi Port Company’s (ADPC) business development manager Lawrie Pattison will be speaking at the sixth Supply Chain and Logistics Group (SCLG) Global Logistics and Supply Chain Strategy Summit in Dubai, on 15th May. The annual event is attended by more than 500 supply chain and logistics decision makers from over 40 countries worldwide.
Mr Pattison will be contributing to a discussion on best practice management of ports to deliver exceptional supply chain value. He will address the challenges of responding to the global landscape, changing customer needs, new technology, innovation and sustainability.
Speaking ahead of the summit, Mr Pattison said:
“SCLG 2013 is a great platform to provide, share and acquire new information and learn from others involved in the supply chain business and to determine best practices and ways to increase operational efficiencies. I am pleased to have been invited to share ADPC’s perspective on the topic and look forward to a lively discussion with fellow port operators and others connected to our business.”
Focusing on a range of strategies for supply chain and logistics management, SCLG 2013 will look to identify and offer insight into how to leverage the latest technology, innovation and best practices for sustainability.
The summit will be attended by decision makers from airlines, shipping lines, ports, airports, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, traders, bankers, insurance companies, and other industries that look to leverage logistics and supply chain as key business drivers.
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