East & Central Africa Supply Chain & Logistics Summit, 28-29 August, Dar es salaam, Tanzania


COURSE NAME: East & Central Africa Supply Chain & Logistics Summit, 28-29 August, Dar es salaam, Tanzania

DATE: 28 August to 29 August 2014

ORGANIZER: Magenta Global

TELEPHONE: +65 6391 2530

TOPIC: Africa Supply Chain & Logistics

FAX: +65 6299 4373

EMAIL: r.raj@magenta-global.com.sg

WEBSITE: http://www.magenta-global.com.sg/east-central-africa-supply-chain-logistics-2014/index.php

The East and Central Africa Supply Chain & Logistics Summit 2014 is specially convened to provide a timely platform for the industry to discuss and overcome the supply chain and logistical challenges & share best practices.

As supply chains are a complex sequence of coordinated activities, infrastructure availability and simplified custom clearance procedures are inter-related to ensure a smooth shipment of goods and overcoming the logistics bottlenecks like poor timeliness to deliver the goods, high transportation costs, high port and terminal handling fees as well as storage cost.

Nevertheless, the performance of the whole depends not just on government interventions in policies and infrastructure but also the private sector logistics services provision.East & Central Africa Supply Chain & Logistics Summit 2014 gathers the policymakers and trade supply chain stakeholders from the ecosystems to assess growth potential, share best practices while tackling barriers to boost the region’s logistics efficiency.

East & Central Africa Supply Chain & Logistics Summit 2014 is a must-attend event for shippers, cargo owners, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistics companies, importers, exporters, port authorities, terminal operating companies, warehouse owners, express delivery services providers and container terminal equipment and services suppliers.

For more information on the event please contact Ms Reema Raj at r.raj@magenta-global.com.sg or visit http://magenta-global.com.sg/subsaharanafricasolar2014/

LANGUAGE: English

DURATION: 2 days


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