LPC Freight Logistics Forum Breakfast

Freight Logistics Forum 

Due to the current Covid restrictions, this event has reached capacity. 
If you would like to be added to a waitlist should these levels change, please email Kris at: [email protected]


With work currently underway on a national supply chain strategy, the disruption throughout New Zealand remains and will likely persist for a considerable time.

The Forum is all about the key players involved in the freight logistics supply chain, how they fit together and what their future strategies and direction are, plus the key challenges and what this means for exporters, importers and manufacturers.

It also provides an opportunity for facilitating an open, constructive discussion around the context and reasons behind some of these issues.  

Most importantly, this event will enable you to connect with, learn from and help others in the manufacturing and exporting community.

Our Speakers:

Roger Gray   Roger Gray - Chief Executive Officer, Lyttelton Port Company

Roger became Lyttelton Port Company's Chief Executive Officer in February 2020.  Before joining LPC, Roger was Group General Manager Airports at Air New Zealand. In this role he managed all ground handling and lounge operations at 55 airports around the globe, covering 2,800 staff who handle 18 million passengers annually. Prior to this, Roger was Group General Manager Business Performance at Air New Zealand. He holds an MBA, a Masters of Business in Integrated Logistics Management, as well as Bachelor Degrees in Economics and Arts.


   Todd Moyle - Chief Operating Officer / Deputy Chief Executive Officer, KiwiRail
Todd is KiwiRail's Chief Operations Officer, overseeing all operational parts of KiwiRail's business, including rolling stock and operations.  Prior to that he was Group General Manager of Network Services, leading KiwiRail's 'below rail' network of track, bridges and tunnels along with their engineering function.  Todd has been with KiwiRail since 2007 and has more than 15 years in the construction and operation of rail networks across New Zealand and the United Kingdom.


   Alex Larsen - Global Sales Manager - Air New Zealand Cargo

Alex is the Global Sales Manager for Air New Zealand’s Cargo business and leads a number of regional teams based across Asia, the Americas & Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. Alex has been deeply involved in Air New Zealand’s Cargo response to the Covid-19 pandemic over the past 18 months, including the setup of the original cargo-only operating model in March 2020, which they are still operating under today with support by way of the Maintaining International Air Connectivity (MIAC) scheme. Prior to this, Alex led the New Zealand & Pacific Islands region for Air New Zealand Cargo working closely with Freight Forwarders and Exporters alike.

   David Boyce - Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand Trucking Association
In 1988, Dave became the founding president of the NZ Trucking Association and has been an integral part of the Assicoation since its inception.   With over 40 years experience in the transport industry as an Owner Drive through to a Fleet Operator, with skills in problem solving and issue resolution, cost modelling, staff training and mediation.

   Reon Edwards - Director, DB Schenker
As the Director of Schenker (NZ), Reon has responsibility for the New Zealand Freight Forwarding and Logistics business, which employes over 160 staff.  With 15 years experience within the industry, Reon previously was the Managing Director for SB Global Logistics in Christchurch and has a strong commercial background, having spent much of his career in senior management and sales roles.

   Harriet Shelton - Manager, Supply Chain, Te Manatu Waka Ministry of Transport
With a transport planning and policy background spanning almost 25 years, Harriet's work in the UK and here in New Zealand, has focused on stragetic policy advice and collaboration in transport, urban planning and infrastructure.  In her current role at Te Manatu Waka Ministry of Transport, Harriet leads a policy team focussing on strategic freight and supply chain issues spanning rail, road freight, ports and shipping.


   Phil de Joux - GM Engagement and Sustainability, Lyttelton Port Company (MC & Facilitator)

 

Is This Event for Me? 

If you are a manufacturer or involved in importing and exporting, then the answer is yes. 

The LPC Future of Manufacturing Breakfasts drill down to tangible, operational outcomes for specific manufacturing, exporting and importing businesses.  As well as insights from experts, a key part of this event is a facilitated panel discussion.  We encourage you to use this Q&A session to have an open, constructive discussion around the context and reasons behind some of these freight logistics issues.  
 
These events are open to all manufacturers and exporters, with discounted rates available for TMN members and are ideally suited for team leaders, management team and owner managers.

Numbers are limited, due to the current COVID-19 level, so we encourage you to secure your place early. 


Pricing

Individual Pricing:
Chamber Member:  $65.00 + gst
TMN Member:  $50.00 + gst
Non-Member:  $100.00 + gst

Table of 8 Guests:
Chamber Member:  $440.00 + gst
TMN Member:  $320.00 +gst
Non-Member:  $720.00 +gst

Includes breakfast on arrival. 


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When
12/10/2021 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Where
Christchurch Town Hall Limes Room NEW ZEALAND
This event is full.
 

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