Exhibition and Conference "TOC Container Supply Chain: Asia"

 

Date: 12-14.03.2012

Place: Hong Kong, China

Website: www.tocevents-me.com

 

 

Against a volatile and unpredictable business environment what can be done to render global supply chains more reliable, or at a minimum how can businesses manage supply chain risk more effectively? These and many other hot topic issues will be discussed at the upcoming TOC Container Supply Chain Asia Conference in Hong Kong, 12-14 March 2013.


In the run-up to TOC CSC Asia, the TOC conference team is polling some of the conference's key speakers for their take on the most critical challenges facing container supply chains. They also examine the impact on the shipping and transport sectors both within Asia, and between Asia and other global markets. For more information please visit: www.tocevents-asia.com

 


In this bulletin:

 

Mark Holloway, Head of Supply Chain at Diageo. Mark participates in the Plenary Session on Global Liner Performance & Supply Chain Impact.

 

Stanley Smulders, SVP Asia - Europe & West Africa Trade Management, MOL Liner. Stanley also features in the Plenary Session on Global Liner Performance & Supply Chain Impact.

 

Frederic Campagnac, General Manager, Clevy China. Frederic is an expert on intermodal transport in China and participates in the session on Day Two, Emerging Trades: Asia's Linkages with the World


TOC CSC Asia conference team has questioned the key TOC CSC Asia Conference speakers about most critical challenges facing container supply chains in Asia Pacific region.

Please see the full interview: www.tocevents-asia.com

 



The Port-Centric Container Supply Chain Event

The TOC Container Supply Chain Exhibition and Conference is the global meeting place for ports, terminals, shipping lines, 3PLs & shippers. The exhibition is a showcase for port and terminal technology and operations and the conference focuses on collaboration within the container supply chain.

Through the years TOC has built a strong reputation as the trusted event portfolio for the maritime trade, shipping, ports and terminal communities. The events now have a renewed focus on supply chain making them the premier business and networking event for the stakeholders within the container supply chain.

The port is firmly established as the critical link within the container supply chain. Any bottle necks or delays that happen at the quayside or port hinterland, dramatically affect the time it takes for cargo to arrive at its destination. Ports therefore need to process cargo in a timely and cost effective manner using the latest technology on the market to do so. At TOC we place the port at the centre of the supply chain in line with our 40 year history and heritage.



The Exhibition

The Terminal Operations Exhibition is a platform for port equipment manufacturers and solution providers to showcase their services to an audience of terminal operators and port authorities. On the show floor there is a technical conference featuring TECH-TOC Seminars. This free 3 day, editorially driven programme explores the latest operational and technical challenges faced by modern day container ports & terminals. Speakers include global terminal operators and suppliers who come together to demonstrate case studies and practical solutions for improving container handling efficiency using cutting edge hard and software technology.

FOR WHO? The exhibition is most relevant to operational and technical focused job functions from ports, terminals, port equipment suppliers, IT solutions providers, security, RFID, OCR.




The Conference

The Container Supply Chain Conference is a forum for the major stakeholders of the supply chain to come together and debate critical issues affecting the time and cost effective transportation of containerised cargo from shipper to destination. Stimulating debate is encouraged between the BCOs, carriers, ports and 3pls who share a common objective but face varying challenges depending on their role within the container supply chain. Emphasis is placed on panel discussions and Q&A to stimulate discussion amongst the speakers and audience.

FOR WHO? The conference is a forum for commercial strategist and senior managers within the supply chain from BCO’s, carriers, 3pls, ports and terminals. Consultants, economists and industry thought leaders will also find this platform of great value.

 

 

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