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ALC Forum 2022
May 25

ALC Forum 2022

Date & Time
25 May 2022 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
(UTC+10:00) Australia/Melbourne

ALC Forum 2022
The race to 2040 
| Shaping tomorrow's supply chain, today

THE RACE TO 2040 has already begun

Australia’s urban freight task alone is expected to grow by 60 per cent by 2040 and our urban infrastructure is already groaning under the weight of capacity constraints. According to research from CBRE, 720,000 sqm of additional logistics space will be needed just to meet soaring e-commerce sales in the next four years.

ALC Forum 2022 is a forward-looking event focusing on how the end-to-end supply chain can adapt and grow through innovation and strategic thinking. Hear from speakers on the state of the nation’s freight and logistics sector, learn from experts on the charge to net zero emissions and immerse yourself in discussions on technological change, pandemic learnings, skills for the future and how our policy makers keep pace with the momentum shift that is needed to build greater resilience and productivity in the sector.

Join us to discuss, dissect and debate what it will take to win the race to 2040.

Sydney | 25 May 2022

Covid Safety message - required social distancing, hygiene protocols and all applicable public health orders will be followed to ensure the safety of all attendees. 


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Event Type
Event Location
Sheraton Grand, Hyde Park Sydney, 161 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Contact Details
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC)
(02) 6273 0755

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