Logistics summit set for April 28-29

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Logistics summit
  • Logistics summit set for April 28-29
  • The free webinar will tackle supply chain and logistics operations in the new normal and updates on port and customs policies

Port users and logistics stakeholders are invited to a free two-day logistics summit that will tackle supply chain and logistics operations in the new normal and updates on port and customs policies.

The 6th Logistics Summit with the theme “Next Level of Logistics: Calibrating Operations in the New Normal” webinar, co-organized by the United Portusers Confederation of the Philippines, Inc. and Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia, will be on April 28 and 29, from 9 am to 12 noon.

Topics include the impact of trade policies on supply chain; current port processes that will aid shipping and trading; Bureau of Customs strategies in implementation of the Authorized Economic Operator Program; addressing challenges in operational processes and cost such as shipping rates; and best practices during the pandemic and adapting to the new normal.

Invited speakers include BOC deputy commissioner Edward James Dy Buco; Department of Trade and Industry-Bureau of Internal Trade Relations assistant director Marie Sherylyn Aquia; Philippine Ports Authority marine services division manager Rey Del Moro; Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc. president Danilo Lachica; Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines president-elect Dennis Llovido; Royal Cargo, Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Michael Kurt Raeuber; and Manila International Container Terminal information technology system and services director Reynaldo Mark Cruz, Jr.

To register, visit Webinar Registration – Zoom or check UPC and PASIA’s Facebook pages for more details. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.