Chain of Responsibility (CoR) road safety laws will be more stringent from 1 October 2018, affecting all parties in the container transport logistics chain. Meanwhile, rising costs and container trade growth demand continued productivity and business improvements.
Safety and productivity are shared concerns between transport operators, stevedores, importers & exporters, freight forwarders, empty container parks and other landside logistics providers.
The Forum will showcase business solutions and technologies that are boosting container logistics productivity, reducing costs and improving safety compliance.
- MELBOURNE – Wednesday, 29th August: http://ctaction.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/CTAA-Melbourne-Container-Matters-Forum-Flyer-29-August-2018.pdf
- SYDNEY – Thursday, 30th August: http://ctaction.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/CTAA-Sydney-Container-Matters-Flyer-30-August-2018.pdf
Bookings for the Forums can be made online at: http://ctaa.iwannaticket.com.au/