An exclusive online discussion for senior decision-makers in the operations sectors in Australia and New Zealand.
Optimising last-mile delivery in times of disruption
For the logistics industry, last-mile delivery is one of the toughest challenges: overcoming urban traffic to bring goods to homes and businesses. Ahead of the busy shopping season, top logistics experts race against time on the latest solutions for suppliers and hauliers as they race to meet the massive surge in demand.
This demand calls for a reliable system that can support and improve delivery efforts. Logistic leaders strive to create an advanced planning system with increased visibility to key milestones in the supply chain and timely response to mounting disruptions while providing accurate ETA on door-step delivery at a minimum cost.
- How are last-mile deliveries being affected by curfews? What support is required to optimise them?
- With rapidly evolving technology in alternative fuels and vehicles, what strategies are companies employing to address emissions? What challenges do they face?
- How will the end-to-end supply chain evolve to meet consumer needs over the next decade?
Job titles include CEOs, COOs, CTOs, Heads of Strategy, Heads of Fulfillment, Heads of CX, VP of Operations, and other relevant executives in Australia and New Zealand.
10:30 am: Welcome by The Ortus Club
10:35 am: Introduction of participants
10:40 am: HERE presentation
10:50 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
11:50 am: Closing Remarks
12:00 pm: End of session