international cargo & logistics conference 2012 - EMP Asia

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international cargo & logistics conference 2012 - EMP Asia

INTERNATIONALCARGO & LOGISTICSCONFERENCE 2012Transcend Economic GrowthThrough Integration & Collaboration10 th - 12 th April 2012Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaTranscend Economic Growth Through Integration &CollaborationKEY BENEFITSOvercoming the issue of Cargo Capacity and Market DemandResearching into ways of Reducing Cost and sustaining Competitive PricingAnalysing the prospect of the Shipping, Airline and Logistic industryGrasping the strategies of effective Crisis ManagementExamining methods to enhance Container and Intermodal FacilitiesUnderstanding the key factors of successful Supply Chain ManagementLearning the skills of competent Warehouse ManagementExploring the potential of International Logistic HubsDiscovering technologies to improve Service Efficiency & QualityUnderstanding the benefits of Environmental InitiativesResearching into the challenges and solution in operating Cold Chain LogisticsAn Evolution Mind POWER Conference, Masterclass & Exhibition


International Cargo & Logistics Conference 2012Transcend Economic Growth Through Integration & Collaboration10 th - 12 th April 2012Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaWhy You Should Attend?In today’s rapidly advancing cargo and logistics industry, it isimportant for industry players to remain cognizant about thelatest developments emerging in various sectors. Globalisationstimulates the increase in international trade spurring greatervolumes in cargo. Transport modality, storage and distributionmethods have also become more sophisticated as cold chainand dangerous goods require increasingly complex facilities. Thegrowing industry is moving towards escalation of multimodaltransportation that implicates the involvement of manyorganisations from various related logistics industry sectors. Ithas become advent that the cargo and logistics industry need tocollaborate and integrate as a whole in order to exceleconomically.The cargo and logistics industry experienced aturbulent year in 2011 as international trade has been unstabledue to economic instability, political turmoil and naturalcatastrophes. The industry is also facing challenges in copingwith security issues and bad weather conditions. Due to theglobal uncertainty, there has been a shift in cargo routes andchange in trading trends. Many logistics and cargo traffic hasmove towards the inland of most regions, coercing externallogistics activities towards internal ports, airports, warehouseand cargo hubs. Hence, there has been a change in the waylogistics activities operate paving new opportunities aseconomic directions transform.Capacity leveraging has alwaysbeen the main concern in every sector of the cargo and logisticsindustry. It is important that an optimum level is maintained toensure cargo capacity and market demand is balanced in a costeffective manner. The logistics industry requires strongfinancing, insurance and brokering institutions to support theoperations as well as hi-tech infrastructure as a foundation tocater for complex logistics requirements. Green technology is animportant aspect that requires acute attention and effort toreduce carbon footprint and operate in a more sustainablemanner.The cargo and logistics industry is moving forwardtowards greater heights with better prospects of internationaltrade. Multimodal transport hub is the way forward forinternational ports around the world to remain competitive inthe industry. Logistic companies need to diversify services andcater to all levels of the market in order to boost revenue and tosustain through this challenging era when competition is greatin the industry. This conference provides participants withvaluable insights from experts across various logistic industries.Learn from their experience and share opinions on how to excelin this rampantly transforming cargo and logistics industry.Gather practical information and skills to lead your organisationtowards a better future in the cargo industry.Who Should AttendPresidents, Vice Presidents, CEOs, COOs, Directors, Managers,Heads, Leaders and Professionals from the following industries:Logistic, Transportation, Supply Chain, Warehouse,Cargo & Container, Shipping, Railway, Airline,Freight Forwarder, Postal Service, Courier Service,Third Party Logistics (3PL),Government Institutions,Banking, finance, Insurance, Oil & Gas, Manufactures,Importers, Exporters, Technology & Innovation,IT, OthersTestimonials“What I appreciate through this conference is the opportunity tomeet and hear from different players in the market even from theoverseas.” - Rebecca Sia, Senior Manager, DHL Global Forwarding“Good conference event, we exchange information between theparticipants and new methodologies with other country.”- Mohammad Riad Puasa, Business Development Manager, SAKargo Sdn Bhd“The EMP' teams are very warm organizer ever! Thanks for thehospitality and you've succeeded in bringing good speakers ondifferent subjects. Congratulations! I have gained a lot ofknowledge on logistics and cargo industry.” - Noor AishahKamarzaman, KPSU (LSC), Ministry of Transport, Putrajaya“Well organized event with good line up of speakers. Relevanttheme with good choice of topics.” - Gopal R, Director, Frost &Sullivan, Malaysia“All the topic are very relevant to the conference title. Gooddiscussion on various topics.” - May Yee, Executive Director, AgilityLogistics Sdn Bhd, Malaysia“It was extremely well organized and speakers were well chosenwith great personal attention to all participants.” - Swati Nair, GMBusiness Development, St. John Freight Systems Pte Ltd, Singapore“It gives me an insight in understanding of the Cargo & Logisticsindustry in the Asian Region.” - Azharan Ramlee, Manager ofLogistics, Bintulu Port Sdn BhdAn Evolution Mind POWER Conference, Masterclass & Exhibition


International Cargo & Logistics Conference 2012Transcend Economic Growth Through Integration & Collaboration10 th - 12 th April 2012Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaMasterclassGlobal Supply Chain Management (SCM)The Economic Perspective of Logistic ManagementKEY BENEFITS Understanding the key supply chain logistics activity areas Analysing logistics in the economy from a macro perspective Examining logistics in the company a micro perspective Viewing logistics activities as an integrated system Researching supply chain product and logistic cost relationship Exploring strategies and methods in reducing logistics cost Conducting performance measure and financial analysis Leveraging between supply and demand Discovering the effective approaches in Transport, Distribution, Order and Customer Service ManagementWhy You Should Attend?Logistics is the most crucial aspect in Supply Chain Managementwhereby business operations are primarily centralised aroundtransportation and distribution. Logistics is the management ofthe flow of goods, information and other resources between thepoint of origin and the point of consumption in order to meetthe requirements and demands of consumers. Logistics involvesthe integration of information, transportation, inventory,warehousing, material handling and packaging.It is important fororganisations to ensure that key logistics activity areas areoperating efficiently with an effective supply chain plan andstrategy. Industry players need to be sentient about economicchanges and remain vigilant about the economic impact oflogistics. Business planning for logistics operations need to beplanned from a macro and micro perspective. It is crucial forcompanies to consider the impact of logistics on the economy aswell as on the company. The value added role of logistics is thekey driving factor of the supply chain process. Another criticalaspect of logistics is costing and pricing which is extremelycrucial in determining the direction of the business. Logistics costis strongly influenced by supply and demand which is greatlyaffected by the market. Hence, it is vital for companies toconduct supply chain performance measures and financialanalysis to ensure the stability of the logistics business. It is alsoessential for organisations to ensure efficiency in the aspects oftransportation, distribution, warehousing, inventory andcustomer service.This masterclass provides participants withpractical skills and knowledge in the key areas of logistics insupply chain management. Learn the best practices in logisticmanagement and drive your organisation operations towards amore efficient and competitive future.Who Should AttendPresidents, Vice Presidents, CEOs, COOs, Directors, Managers,Heads, Leaders and Professionals from the following industries:Supply ChainLogisticCargo & ContainerFreight ForwarderCourier ServiceWarehouseTransportationThird Party Logistics (3PL)ManufacturersImportersExportersProcurementMerchandisingBusiness PlanningCostingMarketingAirlineShippingRailwayPostal ServiceGovernment InstitutionsTechnology & InnovationITOthersAn Evolution Mind POWER Conference, Masterclass & Exhibition


International Cargo & Logistics Conference 2012Transcend Economic Growth Through Integration & Collaboration10 th - 12 th April 2012Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaMasterclassShipping Management In The Cargo IndustryA Systematic Approach From The Operations PerspectiveKEY BENEFITS Understanding the shipping 3P (Procedure, Practices & Performance) Examining the shipping transportation management process Discovering methods of shipping cost reduction Leveraging between operational cost and market expectation to sustain competitiveness Applying a systematic approach in managing shipping orders Implementing proper shipping documentation procedures Conducting shipping operation evaluation, analysis, auditing and reporting Exploring approaches to improve shipping efficiencyWhy You Should Attend?Shipping is a vital transportation link in international trade. Themaritime industry encounters to a large extent various irregularitiesand discrepancies which will disrupt the distribution chain. It iscrucial for shipping companies to operate with excellent shippingmanagement in order to sustain and remain competitive. The mostvital aspects of shipping management are the Shipping 3P -Procedure, Practices & Performance. Shipping companies need toensure that each of these key areas are well administered in orderto achieve the most optimum financial and operational benefit. Theprimary step towards shipping management improvement is to firstunderstand the shipping market environment. This is followed by anoverall evaluation and assessment of the current shippingoperations within the company to identify the key areas that needsto be addressed. It is also important for shipping companies toensure that proper documentation practices and procedures areimplemented to ascertain that shipping processes are carried outsmoothly. Proactive efforts to maintain good shippingdocumentation will reduce dispute and discrepancies that may arisedue to documentation irregularities. Shipping cost is also a crucialaspect of shipping management that must be conscientiouslyevaluated, planned and implemented. Decision makers of shippingcompanies need to carefully consider every aspect of the shippingprocess as every trivial area can greatly affect the cost of shipping. Itis also important for shipping companies to vigilantly monitorshipping activities through evaluation, analysis, auditing and reports.This masterclass provides participants with practical skills andknowledge in the key areas of shipping operations andmanagement. Learn the best practices in shipping management anddrive your organisation operations towards a more efficient andcompetitive future.Who Should AttendPresidents, Vice Presidents, CEOs, COOs, Directors, Managers,Heads, Leaders and Professionals from the following industries:ShippingPostal ServiceCargo & ContainerFreight ForwarderCourier ServiceWarehouseTransportationThird Party Logistics (3PL)ManufacturersImportersExportersProcurementMerchandisingBusiness PlanningCostingMarketingAirlineShippingRailwayPostal ServiceGovernment InstitutionsTechnology & InnovationITOthersAn Evolution Mind POWER Conference, Masterclass & Exhibition


International Cargo & Logistics Conference 2012Transcend Economic Growth Through Integration & Collaboration10 th - 12 th April 2012Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaMasterclassAviation Management From A Commercial PerspectiveExcelling Profitability And Optimising CostKEY BENEFITS Implementing cost optimisation methods in aviation business operationsExploring strategies to improve aviation business profitabilityLearning accurate traffic forecasting techniquesAnalysing the feasibility of the cargo and aviation businessDiscovering the fundamentals of aviation route developmentApplying effective strategies to aviation business planningResearching into effective methods of aviation managementUnderstanding the policies and regulations of the aviation industryWhy You Should Attend?The aviation industry today is highly competitive and it is crucial forcompanies in this sector to secure steady growth in order to sustainand succeed. Efficient strategic aviation management is the key tolong term growth for aviation industry players such as airlines,airports and other aviation businesses. Hence, it is important foraviation companies to strategise the overall business planning,operations and management in order to remain competitive tosurvive in the industry. The fundamental and initial planning inaviation management is critical to ensure that the aviation businessis driven towards the right direction. It is important to obtainaccurate data in traffic forecasting and market research in order toobtain a clear perspective of the true situation of the aviationbusiness. Based on the traffic forecasting, industry players of theaviation industry will evaluate the feasibility of the aviation businessand derive financial projections. Route development is another keyaspect in aviation management that needs to be carefullymonitored. The development of new routes drives marketexpansions and careful management of existing routes will ensurethat operational cost do not overrun. Business planning is also acrucial area in aviation management that requires serious attentionon strategies and legal matters. It is also vital for companies to bevigilant about the policies and regulations of the aviation industry.This masterclass provides participants with practical skills andknowledge in the key areas the aviation business from the economicperspective. Learn the best practices in the aviation business anddrive your organisation operations towards a more profitable andcompetitive future.Who Should AttendPresidents, Vice Presidents, CEOs, COOs, Directors, Managers,Heads, Leaders and Professionals from the following industries: Airport Authorities Airline Cargo & Container Freight Forwarder Postal Service Courier Service Supply Chain Warehouse Transportation Logistic Third Party Logistics (3PL) Government Institutions Manufacturers Importers Exporters Technology & Innovation IT Costing Procurement Merchandising Marketing Business PlanningAn Evolution Mind POWER Conference, Masterclass & Exhibition

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