The ALC has named key speakers and an insightful panel discussion for the upcoming Supply Chain Summit
In the lead up to the Australian Logistics Council’s (ALC) Supply Chain Summit 2023, the council has begun naming members of the panels and key speakers.
Last week, the ALC announced that Australia Post CEO and managing director Paul Graham will headline the first address of the summit, followed by secretary of the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts, Jim Betts.
The ALC says Graham will dive into the state of the supply chain nation from an industry view to provide delegates with an update on the industry.
Betts will then discuss navigating the reality of Australia’s supply chains to cover issues facing the nation’s supplies.
The ALC then announced the members of a panel on solutions for the workforce shortage in supply chains.
The panel, consisting of Andrew Adan, Zed Ivankovic, Phillip Parsons and led by Mindy Espidio-Garcia, will discuss COVID learnings and solutions to bridge the labour gap that include diversity, attraction, retention, education, workplace regulations and automations.
The Supply Chain Summit 2023 will be held on May 16 in Brisbane.