THE ROLE OF LOGISTICS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Two industry experts and key members of the SCLAA WA committee provide insights to students and professionals alike as to the key role that logistics plays in the economy and the huge range of experiences that a career in the industry can offer.
Date: 1 March 2023
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Cost: Members – No charge Non Members – No charge
Location: Room JO 07.102 Edith Cowan University, 270 Joondalup Drive, JOONDALUP
RSVP: By COB on Friday, 24 February 2023
Parking: Nearby parking is available, and is free after 5pm.
Car Parks 4, 5 and 6 are closet to the venue.
ABOUT THIS EVENT
Hosted by Edith Cowan University, students and SCLAA members alike will have an opportunity to listen to the real life experiences of two Western Australian subject matter experts and network with like-minded students and professionals.
Jim Kelly, State General Manager at Kings Transport.
Jim is a highly effective Client Relationship Manager with over 20 years of experience delivering leadership within the Logistics and Transport sectors. He has an extensive track record of success in utilising strategic business acumen to improve a company’s bottom line and a responsive approach to changing and challenging environments with a record of delivering results under pressure.
Chris Trowbridge. Chris is also an SCLAA committee member and leads the SCLAA’s National Mentoring program. He has worked in the logistics and supply chain industry for over 25 years, in military and civil sectors, most recently as General Manager for Onshore / Offshore Oil & Gas (AU) at Toll and has been a lead mentor for the Energy Club WA
MC: Ferry Jie – Associate Professor in Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Edith Cowan University.