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Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia calls for papers for Sydney 2008 Conference

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The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) has joined forces with Matex warehouse & materials handling exhibition to bring you the Supply Chain Conference – Sydney 2008.

The three-day event has been designed as a two-day conference with the first day focussing on management and strategy and the second day discussing back to basics. The third day will be the grand final of the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia National forklift competition. All will be held during Matex.

The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia is currently looking for speakers on a broad range of topics including:

Tuesday 15th April 2008

Suggested topics for day one:

Management and strategy

Retention strategies

Skills shortage management

Contract management

Labour management

Waste management

Australian freight management

IT management

Global supply chains

Carbon trading

Productivity benchmarks

Offshoring

OHS and safety management

Casualisation of the workforce

Strategic procurement

Best practices

First choice employers

Other topical issues

Wednesday 16th April 2008

Suggested topics for day two:

Back to basics

Recruiting in to the industry - Gen Y & X

Apprenticeship programs

Warehouse layout - material flow

Pallet storage

Receiving and shipping

Battery care

Forklift management

OHS compliance

Substance abuse and compliance

Customs clearance

Tracking and traceability

Order picking

Racking and storage solutions

Software selection

Access systems

Using 3PL’s and 4PL’s

Other topical issues

The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia welcomes detailed case studies, real-life applications and unique presentations.

You can send your expression of interest to The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia website including a two to three paragraph overview on your topic and presentation, a speaker profile and a 300 dpi jpeg photo of the speaker.

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