The future of freight

The future of freight

VIC
Jul 17
CEDA welcomes industry leaders to discuss emerging issues and opportunities in Australia's transport, freight and logistics sector.

Speakers

Alex Foulds, Executive Director, Surface Transport Policy Division, Federal Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development
John Fullerton, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Australian Rail Track Corporation
Dr Don Gunasekera, Research Fellow, Centre for Supply Chain and Logistics, Deakin University
Maurice James, Managing Director, Qube

Event overview

How will Australia’s freight and supply chain adapt to growing demand and maximise opportunities for innovation and investment?

The Australian Government and COAG Transport and Infrastructure Council is developing a long term National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy to identify ways to lift productivity and efficiency in the sector. CEDA Victoria welcomes industry leaders as we discuss priorities and future developments across the supply chain, including:

  • Opportunities for new adaptive capacity;
  • Global trends and key technology changes in transport networks;
  • Regulatory changes that could boost productivity; and
  • Workforce planning and the future skills needed for changing industry.

Meet the speakers

Alex Foulds
Executive Director, Surface Transport Policy Division, Federal Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

John Fullerton
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Australian Rail Track Corporation

Dr Don Gunasekera
Research Fellow, Centre for Supply Chain and Logistics, Deakin University

Maurice James
Managing Director, Qube

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