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            Delivering the goods: future trends and solutions for port logistics UK-Europe

            In partnership with the British Chamber of Commerce | EU & Belgium, DWF is hosting a discussion on the trends and solutions UK-Europe ports and logistics operators are adopting to increase efficiency and capabilities, and deal with the challenges of keeping goods moving – whatever happens with Brexit.
            Delivering the goods | DWF

            Date
            26 June 2019 08:00
            to
            26 June 2019 10:00

            Locations
            London
            DWF
            20 Fenchurch Street
            EC3M 3AG
            London
            England

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            Issues to be discussed include:

            • Changing trends in global shipping;
            • Key operational and commercial challenges facing UK-Belgium ports in this vital economic   corridor including energy transition, political disruption, employability and skills;
            • Removing barriers through technology innovation in the ports and logistics sectors;
            • Driving efficiency, transparency and streamlined customs processes.
            • Sustainability and the circular economy
            • 08:00 - Registration & refreshments
            • 08:30 - Session commences
            • 10:00 - Close

            Keynote speaker:

            Panellists will include:

            • Dimitris Vassilopoulos, Product Marketing Director for the Public Sector Business Unit of Intrasoft International, currently co-developing with IBM the new customs software platform of HMRC in the UK
            • Richard Ballantyne, British Ports Association
            • And representatives from:  Logistics and shippers & Innovative technologies for borders

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