Ministerial Breakfast to kick off show
MEGATRANS2018 will start with a bang, with a large-scale Ministerial Breakfast organised in partnership with the Victorian Government, marking the beginning of the three-day event.
The multi-dimensional transport and logistics event will take place at the Melbourne Conventional and Exhibition Centre from 10 to 12 May 2018, hosting a range of additional features and events, including the Ministerial Breakfast on the first day.
The breakfast will feature business leaders and industry influencers from the transport, logistics, infrastructure and materials handling industries, as well as government officials and key decision makers representing the national and international supply chain.
Panellists include representatives from the Victorian Transport Association (VTA), the Port of Melbourne and Victorian Government representatives.
The breakfast is set to provide a unique opportunity to learn about the Government’s future strategies first hand and be part of cross-sector movement to tackle the challenges ahead.
MEGATRANS2018 Show Director Simon Coburn is excited to see that the Victorian State Government has taken note of the magnitude of the event by coming on board as a key partner early on and said that the Ministerial Breakfast is set to play an important role in setting the tone for the three-day expo.
“The fact that we are the first to address megatrends such as freight task, Industry 4.0, the Internet of Things and multimodal freight transport by providing one central platform for all industries along the supply chain has not gone unnoticed,” he said.e said.
“We are facing a real political and socio-economic challenge that can only be addressed by pooling resources and bringing various industries and stakeholders together under the one roof, and MEGATRANS2018 is seen as part of the solution.”
MEGATRANS2018 will make its debut from 10 to 12 May 2018 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and will cover the entire supply chain from point of origin to point of sale – including the wider infrastructure and logistics industry.
The three-day expo aims to provide a platform for leaders and professionals involved in planning, executing and documenting the flow and storage of goods between the point of origin and point of consumption.
More information on the Ministerial Breakfast will be available closer to the event.